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Leliefontein massacre



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The Leliefontein massacre occurred at the Leliefontein mission station in the Northern Cape, South Africa on 31 January 1902. Boer leader "Manie" Maritz executed 35 inhabitants of the settlement as punishment for being British sympathisers in the Second Boer War.

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Latitude -30.3153° S 30.3153° S 30° 18' 55.08" -30° 18.918'
Longitude 18.0838° E 18.0838° E 18° 5' 1.68" 18° 5.028'
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Leliefontein
Northern Cape
South Africa
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