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... Sir Theophilus Shepstone, whom Cetshwayo regarded as his friend, had supported him in the border dispute, but in 1877 he led a small force into the Transvaal and persuaded the Boers to give up their ... However, Sir Henry Bartle Frere, then high commissioner and still pressing forward with Carnarvon's federation plan, characterized the award as "one-sided and unfair to the Boers," stipulated that ... In addition, Frere planned to use the meeting on the boundary commission report with the Zulu representatives to also present a surprise ultimatum he had devised that ...
... Christopher Bartle (born 19 February 1952 in Harrogate, North Yorkshire) is a British equestrian who has enjoyed success in both Dressage and Eventing ... Chris is the brother of Jane Bartle-Wilson, who was also an Olympian in the 84' Los Angeles Olympics ...
... Bartle Bull (b. 1970), journalist and Middle East expert ...
1.^ http//www.yrc.co.uk/instructor/christopher-bartle-fbhs 2.^ a b short biography of Chris Bartle in German, http//www.pferd-total.com/biographien/user/christopher_bartle 3.^ a b ...
... In 1877, Sir Bartle Frere was made High Commissioner for Southern Africa by Lord Carnarvon ... Carnarvon appointed Frere to the position on the understanding that he would work to enforce Carnarvon's confederation plan and, in return, Frere could then become the first British governor of a federated southern ... Frere was sent to South Africa as High Commissioner to bring it about ...
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