The policy of scorched earth followed by the British forces during
the Anglo-Boer War of 1899-1902, as well as the concentration camps
in which the Boer women and children were placed, led to bitter
memories and trauma that haunted Afrikaners and other inhabitants
of South Africa alike for many years. In this newly revised edition
a group of eminent historians take a fresh and sober look, with the
perspective brought about by a hundred years, at this most
controversial aspect of the war.
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