n Without Prejudice - South Africa and World War One : World War I feature

Volume 14, Issue 10
  • ISSN : 1681-178X



With the memory of the Second Boer War fresh in the minds of South Africans support for Britain's decision to go to war was not universally popular; as a dominion of Britain the country had little choice. By the end of the War more than 231 000 South Africans had seen action in Africa, the Middle East and Europe; old enemies fought heroically as brothers and over 12 000 paid the ultimate price.

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