Peace Conference, South Africa. February 28th, 1901 –

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A large photograph of Boer and British leaders at the Middleburg conference, which was the preliminary meeting to negotiate peace during the Anglo-Boer War. A peace treaty was eventually signed at Vereeniging, 1902. Back row: Left to Right are Col. Henderson, Van Velden, Major Watson, H Fraser, Major Maxwell, and H. de Jager. Front row: De Wet, General Louis Botha, Lord Kitchener and Col. Hamilton. Chipping to all edges with some stains to the bottom edge. Upper right corner has cracked and been repaired. Some other small areas of loss and fading. Image size: 60 x 47cm

Publisher: Mayall & Co.
Date Published: 1901
Publication Place: London

Dimensions: 60 x 47cm

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Weight 1400 g