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File:The Relief of Ladysmith by John Henry Frederick Bacon.jpg

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  • Description: The Relief of Ladysmith, February 28, 1900, during the Second Boer war
  • Caption: Sir George White welcomes Major Hubert Gough with these words "Hello Hubert, how are you?" Shortly afterwards, moved by the ovation given him by his soldiers and townsfolk, he acknowledged their support and ending with these words "Thank God we have kept the flag flying".
  • Artist: John Henry Frederick Bacon (1868 - 1914)
  • Source: en:Image:The Relief of Ladysmith by John Henry Frederick Bacon.jpg

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