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I think its important for all South Africans to visit places like this to be reminded of what could happen when things go horribly wrong. I have been to a few and every time has been a humbling experience. Pity there isn't more information available...More
When visiting Bethulie, one should make a definite attempt to see the "resurrected" terrain of the Bethulie Concentration Camp Cemetery. Most of the remains have been moved from the original cemetery when the Gariep Dam was completed. Só sad that the memorial erected by British...More
After 4 800 - 5 000 women and children have been taken prisoner in the Consentration camp in Bethulie, nearly 1 714 died. This is a very humbling experience visiting this site. The cemetery was moved af ter the Gariep dam wall was buildt. Some...More