The Anglo-Boer War Memorials Project

The Project is dedicated to the recording of memorials to the Anglo-Boer War across the world.

The aims and objectives are contained in the Project Briefing .

The Project can also assist with the restoration of Anglo-Boer War Memorials. We have already given historical information and raised funds for restorations to memorials in the UK. Please contact us if you need help or advice on any aspect of restoration.

 

Doing research on a soldier of the Anglo-Boer War?

The Project has over 200,000 names in the largest database in the world of those who served in the Anglo-Boer and access to the campaign medal rolls in our offices. We are able to offer an unrivalled service for family historians seeking information on their ancestor who fought in the Anglo-Boer War. Read more.

 

If there is anything you would like you know about Anglo-Boer War Memorials please contact us.

The Anglo-Boer War Memorials Project is run under the auspices of the Victorian Military Society.

 

Featured memorial:

St George’s Cemetery, Lisbon erected in 1913 to the memory of the Boer prisoners of war who died in Portugal.

Photo by Dave Blyth

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This website was last updated on April 7, 2008

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