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Periodical articleLe Roux, Cheryl S. (2016)
Creating a British world: British colonial teachers and the anglicising of Afrikaner children
Yesterday & today. #15. p. 1-20.

Periodical articleSiefkes, Martin (2014)
Discursive traces of genocide in Johannes Spiecker's travel diary (1905-1907)
Abstract presentJournal of Namibian Studies. Volume 16. p. 83-114.

Periodical articleDedering, Tilman (2012)
Compounds, camps, colonialism
Abstract presentJournal of Namibian Studies. Volume 12. p. 29-46.

Periodical articleKreienbaum, Jonas (2012)
Guerrilla wars and colonial concentration camps: the exceptional case of German South West Africa (1904 - 1908)
Abstract presentJournal of Namibian Studies. #11. p. 85-103.

Periodical articleBaggallay, A.R. (2011)
See this publicationMyths of Mau Mau expanded: rehabilitation in Kenya's detention camps, 1954-60
Abstract presentJournal of Eastern African Studies. Volume 5 #3. p. 553-578.

Periodical articlePretorius, Fransjohan (2010)
The White concentration camps of the Anglo-Boer War: a debate without end
Abstract presentHistoria: amptelike orgaan. Volume 55 #2. p. 34-49.

Periodical articleVan Heyningen, Elizabeth (2010)
'Fools rush in': writing a history of the concentration camps of the South African War
Abstract presentHistoria: amptelike orgaan. Volume 55 #2. p. 12-33.

Periodical articleVan Heyningen, Elizabeth (2009)
The Concentration Camps of the South African (Anglo-Boer) War, 1900-1902
History Compass. Volume 7 #1. p. 22-43.

Periodical articleVan Heyningen, Elizabeth (2008)
See this publicationCostly mythologies: the concentration camps of the South African War in Afrikaner historiography
Abstract presentJournal of Southern African Studies. Volume 34 #3. p. 495-513.

Periodical articleStanley, Liz; Dampier, Helen (2007)
See this publicationCultural Entrepreneurs, Proto-Nationalism and Women's Testimony Writings: From the South African War to 1940
Abstract presentJournal of Southern African Studies. Volume 33 #3. September. p. 501-519.

Periodical articleWassermann, Johan; Wohlberg, Annette (2007)
The prisoner of war camp at Umbilo during the Anglo-Boer War
Abstract presentJournal of Natal and Zulu History. Volume 24-25. p. 214-239.

Periodical articleGodby, Michael (2006)
See this publicationConfronting Horror: Emily Hobhouse and the Concentration Camp Photographs of the South African War
Abstract presentKronos: Journal of Cape History. #32. p. 34-48.

Periodical articleStanley, Liz (2005)
See this publication'A Strange Thing is Memory: Emily Hobhouse, Memory Work, Moral Life and the 'Concentration System'
Abstract presentSouth African Historical Journal. #52. p. 60-81.

Periodical articleWessels, André; Wohlberg, Annette (2005)
Black people and race relations in the largest Anglo-Boer War concentration camp: Merebank, 1901-1902
Abstract presentNew contree: a journal of historical and human sciences for Southern Africa. #49. p. 33-47.

Periodical articleManirakiza, Tabu Abd'allah (2003)
Das Schicksal der Kinder in den Konzentrationslagern von Burundi
Abstract presentInternationales Afrikaforum. Volume 39 #1. p. 65-67.

Periodical articleDreyer, J. (2001)
Archaeology and the Anglo-Boer War (1899-1902): A Report on the Discovery of the Black Refugee Camp and Cemetery at Brandfort, Free State
Abstract presentSouth African Journal of Ethnology. Volume 24 #4. p. 131-137.

Periodical articleStieglitz, Klaus (1999)
Zur Problematik der Konzentrationslager im Sudan
Abstract presentInternationales Afrikaforum. Volume 35 #2. p. 177-182.

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