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Image: Resa del bacino del Brandewater
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Description: Surrender of Prinsloo's boer forces in Brandwater basin, 1900
Title: Resa del bacino del Brandewater
Credit: Battles of the Nineteenth Century: Vol. VII, The Boer War 1900-1901' by Archibald Forbes, G.A. Henty and Major Arthur Griffiths
Author: scuola inglese
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