Texts originating in Great Britain greatly outnumber those published in South Africa.
By the late s, academics were starting to replace journalists and popular writers as the major producers of literature on the war. New areas of study were investigated and the quality of scholarship improved dramatically.
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There are a number of poignant memorials to fallen individuals in Sydney. In the foyer of the Sydney Town Hall is a tablet in memory of Sergeant Major George Griffin, believed to be the first man enlisted in an Australian military force to be killed in a foreign war. Journalist and planner George Augustine Taylor, a keen imperialist, said it was.
There are also significant collective memorials. It consists of the traditional broken column symbolising a life cut short inside a classical temple-like structure, surmounted and flanked by guns dating from the Crimean War, which were brought to Australia in the s for defence against possible Russian attack.
An unusual memorial, or perhaps commemorative plaque, is the street sign for Persic Street, Belfield.
It commemorates the ship Persic , which in carried British troops to the Boer War, and brought home wounded and sick Australian soldiers. KS Inglis. Third Edition.
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