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A Short History of Talana Farm Cemetery
A Short History of the SA Dagger
Blood Sweat and Beers - The Story of the Railway Navvy
Bridge of Wars - The Story of the Bailey Bridge
Chunnel Vision - A long held dream
Death by drowning, the tragedy of the SS Mendi
Delville Wood - The costliest action the South African Brigade fought on the Western Front
Diamond Smugglers' Aircraft on a Deserted Beach - Unravelling the story around discarded crime scene photographs
Dr. Beeching, Hero or Villain?
Edwin Lutyens, Herbert Baker, and Imperial Delhi
Finding the grave of Nat Nakasa in New York
Forbidden Images (1960s to 1980s) - Illegal photographs captured by young men conscripted into the South African Military
Life as a POW - May 1941-45 (Epilogue)
Life as a POW - May 1941-45 (Part 1)
Life as a POW - May 1941-45 (Part 2)
Life as a POW - May 1941-45 (Part 3)
London Buses were Red except when they were Green
Merther, Minerals & Migrations - Three generations of the Lavin family
Model of 'U-96' donated to the Ditsong National Museum of Military History
More gold comes from the southern half of Western Australia than from South Africa
My trip through Africa in the early 1970s
Portrait of a Springbok - Lest we forget
Railway Modelling, a hobby that lasts a lifetime
Red Beret, Red Cross, Red Star - The remarkable story of Lippy Kessel
Remarkable photographs of a 1970s trip through South West Africa
Remembering the East Africa Campaign during World War I
Separated by a Common Language
Six Photographs - 103 Prisoners of War: Some Anglo-Boer War Prisoners of War photographed
South Africa needs a Fred Dibnah
STEEL, When Iron Came of Age
The 1954 SAA Comet Disaster
The Author and the Archaeologist - Agatha Christie and Max Mallowan
The Brass Bell of the SS Mendi has been returned!
The British Hit Parade Before the Beatles
The Eiffel Tower - Denounced, Accepted, Revered
The Fate of the Franklin Expedition
The Gold Rushes of the Victorian Era
The King James Bible - Thanks a Billion
The Last Man to Walk out of Delville Wood ... was a Dundee Man!
The Mainline Railway Termini of London
The Mystery of the Missing Major General
The Railway that put the World on Track
The South African baboon that became a war hero
The South African who gave the world the deep level underground railway
The Story of the Douglas DC-3
The story of the largest elephant tusks to ever come out of Kenya
The Tay Bridge Disaster
The traditional ‘two minutes silence in remembrance’ was first observed in Cape Town
The War of 1812 - A needless war perhaps?
Three Books on the Black Death
To Okavango and Chobe on foot in 1884 - A Dundonian Odyssey
Use of vintage photographs in narrating visual history - Beitbridge under construction (1928 – 1930)
Was there life before Metrication?
When did globalisation really get started?
Where, when, what or who was Hardy Cross?
Why are there two codes of rugby?
World Heritage Committee concerned about climate change
You say football I say soccer