When the Anglo-Boer War began at the end of 1899, Germans protested
profusely. Everybody, from the Conservatives to the Social
Democrats took a united stand against the "arch enemy", Britain,
and her war in the South of Africa. Only when the South African
Union was founded in 1910 did the German public interest in South
Africa decrease. This interest left a great number of German
publications, which is a reminder of the fact that the general
public of the German Reich supported, with great interest, an
important world historic event overseas, which remains
unprecedented in its intensity and extent.
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