SAWGP DONATION WISH LIST
South Africa's War Dead
African Soldier of the Great War - Known Unto God. Buried in DELVILLE
WOOD CEMETERY, LONGUEVAL, France.
© the late Fred Killick
Africa War Graves Project
The goal of the South Africa
War Graves Project is to archive photographs of every single South African
& Rhodesian war grave from the 2nd Anglo-Boer War, Bambatha Rebellion,
WW1, Rand Revolt, WW2, Korea, Freedom Struggle, Angola-Border War, Non
World War and Police to present day. These photos will either be in the
format of a picture of a headstone or a name on a memorial. These photos
will eventually be made freely to the family, friends of the deceased
serviceperson, school groups, veterans groups and MOTH shell-holes through
Most of the families and friends of South Africa's (and Rhodesia's) war
dead will never get a chance to visit the graves of these fallen service
people due to the distances and expenses involved with such a journey.
Hopefully by archiving these photos we will be able to close a missing
chapter in many people’s lives by supplying them a photo of the
last resting place of a loved one. By archiving these photos will have
created an online South African national war cemetery. The future generations
in turn will hopefully be able to learn from this archive, remember and
- November 9, 2013 - we went live with our online database!
thousands of records have been updated. Have you searched for your relative
yet??? We constantly update hundreds of records a day to the online database.
Watch this space for more details or visit us on Facebook!
if the online request form does not work, try using Mozilla Firefox or
Google Chrome, as Internet Explorer does not always work!
October 5, 2014
- France page updated. COUNTRY NOW COMPLETE!! Egypt page updated.
September 3, 2014
- South Africa - Mpumalanga page updated.
September 2, 2014
- Australia and Turkey pages updated.
Link to us
South African & Rhodesian war graves (known to date)
Bambatha Rebellion / Rand Revolt / Korea / Border War / Non World War
/ Police casualties (known to date)
war graves or names on memorials have been photographed
2350 - 27th Avenue
Edmonton , Alberta