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File:Charles Bell - Zoeloe-aanval op 'n Boerelaer - 1838.jpg


Afrikaans: Voorstelling van 'n Zoeloe-aanval op 'n Boerelaer in Februarie 1838.
English: Depiction of a Zulu attack on a Boer camp in February 1838. The Weenen Massacre was the massacre of Voortrekkers by the Zulu on 17 February 1838
Date It's not clear from the caption (in the stated source) whether it is only the event depicted that occured in 1838, or if this is the creation date of the painting as well. If not, some date between 1838 and 1882 can be assumed (the later being the year the author died).
Source Suid-Afrikaanse Geskiedenis in Beeld (1989) by Anthony Preston. Bion Books: Printed in South Africa.
Author Charles Davidson Bell (1813 - 1882). The painter was Thomas Baines (November 1820 – 1875)
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