Lord Kitcheners Blockhouse System in South Africa The ramifications of the blockhouse system which played so large a part in the concluding operations in South Africa after the second Boer War are shown here by black circles and lines which represent respectively the blockhouses and the barbed wire entanglements connecting them Actually the blockhouses were about yards apart that is about three to every mile It will be seen that all the railways were protected by a line of little forts along one side of the rails and that Pretoria and Johannesburg were surrounded by a network of blockhouse cordons Private Collection Ken Welsh Bridgeman Images
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