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The Boer War

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Great Britain and the Dutch settlers of South Africa (Boers).


The Boer War, between the British and the Boers (Dutch colonists) in South Africa.


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Mostly Britain, but parts of it were owned by the dutch. That's why they speak Afrikaans there, it is a form of old dutch.


Because they were not contributing to the enormous cost of protecting them from the French, Dutch and Spanish and the native tribes.


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The Boers were Dutch settlers in what is now South Africa. When Britain laid claim to South Africa, a war started between the Boers and the British. That war is known as the Boer War. The British won.


Most of Africa was controlled by France and Britain by 1913. There were also settlements for the Dutch and Germans.


Britain laid claim to the Dutch Boers's territories in Africa which led to open war.


Great Britain. The Dutch also had a hand, witness the Boers. They got colonized by Britain in 1807 and independent in 1910


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dutch leaders had to get more colonists so they tried to get more leaders to get colonists to go to new netherland


The Dutch and the British colonised South Africa.


The Boer War in South Africa.


South Africa was colonized by the British and the Dutch (boers) South Africa was colonized by the British and the Dutch (boers) South Africa was colonized by the British and the Dutch (boers)


The colonists benefitted from the protection of the British Army and Navy. Otherwise they would have been at the mercy of the French, Dutch, Spanish and the native tribes. This cost a lot of money.


That would be the Netherlands




"The Dutch" were never in Africa in an official, colonial capacity. The Dutch East Indies company made settlements for replenishing their ships . The Dutch settlers were totally uninvolved with Dutch government



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