The Town Hall struck by a Boer shell during the siege Ladysmith South Africa The siege of Ladysmith by the Boers lasted from November until February Some soldiers and civilians were besieged in the town a railway junction surrounded by hills Shortages of food and fresh water particularly after the Boers cut off the water supply to the town caused around of the casualties suffered by the defenders during the siege Ladysmith was finally relieved after days by a force commanded by General Redvers Buller after two previous attempts had resulted in defeats at Colenso and Spion Kop Stereoscopic card
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