Home coming of South African War volunteers, Market Place, Burton-on-Trent

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Date:May 1902

Description:The second of the Boer Wars ended in May 1902 after the Treaty of Vereeniging was signed by the British Government and the Boers. The peace treaty brought to an end the Transvaal and Orange Free State as Boer republics.


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1680s
The Abbey Church, Burton-on-Trent
The Abbey Church, Burton-on-Trent

1870s
St. Modwen's Parish Church, Burton-on-Trent
St. Modwen's Parish Church, Burton-on-Trent

Interior of Burton Parish Church showing the old three deck pulpit in the centre. ...

1890s
Celebrations for Queen Victoria's Diamond Jubilee, Market Place, Burton-on-Trent
Celebrations for Queen Victoria's Diamond Jubilee, Market Place, Burton-on-Trent

Dinitaries and townsfolk assembled outside St. Modwen's Parish for an open air service ...

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Creators: Mr J.S. Simnett - Creator

Donor ref:88.0469.00 (27/4874)

Source: National Brewery Centre, Burton upon Trent

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