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THE MAPIKO MASKS – Motsane Getrude Seabela, Curator: Anthropology, DITSONG: National Museum of Cultural History

THE MAPIKO MASKS - Motsane Getrude Seabela, Curator: Anthropology, DITSONG: National Museum of Cultural History The Mapiko masks are associated...
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THE MAPIKO MASKS – Motsane Getrude Seabela, Curator: Anthropology, DITSONG: National Museum of Cultural History
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DIGITISATION – IS DITSONG MUSEUMS OF SOUTH AFRICA READY FOR THE 4TH INDUSTRIAL REVOLUTION?

DIGITISATION – IS DITSONG MUSEUMS OF SOUTH AFRICA READY FOR THE 4TH INDUSTRIAL REVOLUTION? By Sandi Mackenzie – March 2020...
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DIGITISATION – IS DITSONG MUSEUMS OF SOUTH AFRICA READY FOR THE 4TH INDUSTRIAL REVOLUTION?
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VIBRANT COLOURS AND ABSTRACT PATTERNS FROM AFRICA

VIBRANT COLOURS AND ABSTRACT PATTERNS FROM AFRICA An unusual tea set designed in 1997 by Peter Mtombeni Compiled by: Corine...
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VIBRANT COLOURS AND ABSTRACT PATTERNS FROM AFRICA
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SOUTH AFRICAN SWORDS

SOUTH AFRICAN SWORDS By David Rilley-Harris, DITSONG National Museum of Military History Curator - March 2020 Swords first came into use in...
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SOUTH AFRICAN SWORDS
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THE SA DAGGER

The SA Dagger By David Rilley-Harris, DITSON National Museum of Military History Curator - March 2020 The SA dagger was the service...
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THE SA DAGGER
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THE GLADIUS

THE GLADIUS By David Rilley-Harris, DITSONG Nationa Museum of Military History Curator - February 2020 The gladius is a short sword...
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THE GLADIUS
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CHINESE PAIRED SWORDS

Chinese Paired Swords By David Rilley-Harris - January 2020 DNMMH In the Curator’s Choice display of edged weaponry at the...
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CHINESE PAIRED SWORDS
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MODEL OF “U-96” DONATED TO THE DITSONG NATIONAL MUSEUM OF MILITARY HISTORY

MODEL OF “U-96” DONATED TO THE DITSONG NATIONAL MUSEUM OF MILITARY HISTORY By Allan Sinclair, Ditsong National Museum of Military History - 22...
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MODEL OF “U-96” DONATED TO THE DITSONG NATIONAL MUSEUM OF MILITARY HISTORY
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Japanese Tachi

Japanese Tachi David Rilley-Harris DNMMH November 2019 The third oldest edged weapon in the Ditsong National Museum of Military History...
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Japanese Tachi
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THE BERSAGLIERI AND THEIR USE OF BIANCHI FOLDING MILITARY BICYCLES

THE BERSAGLIERI AND THEIR USE OF BIANCHI FOLDING MILITARY BICYCLES With reference to the Museum exhibit Modello 25/34 By Richard...
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THE BERSAGLIERI AND THEIR USE OF BIANCHI FOLDING MILITARY BICYCLES
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ZAR Ordnance Quick Firing 37mm Vickers Maxim Ammunition

ZAR Ordnance Quick Firing 37mm Vickers Maxim Ammunition Richard Henry, Curator of Small Arms, Ammunition, Armoured Fighting Vehicles, Accoutrements, DITSONG:...
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MAJ MANDISA MFEKA VISITS THE MILITARY HISTORY MUSEUM

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THE MAPIKO MASKS – Motsane Getrude Seabela, Curator: Anthropology, DITSONG: National Museum of Cultural History
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THE MAPIKO MASKS – Motsane Getrude Seabela, Curator: Anthropology, DITSONG: National Museum of Cultural History

THE MAPIKO MASKS - Motsane Getrude Seabela, Curator: Anthropology, DITSONG: National Museum of Cultural History The Mapiko masks are associated...
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DIGITISATION – IS DITSONG MUSEUMS OF SOUTH AFRICA READY FOR THE 4TH INDUSTRIAL REVOLUTION?
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DIGITISATION – IS DITSONG MUSEUMS OF SOUTH AFRICA READY FOR THE 4TH INDUSTRIAL REVOLUTION?

DIGITISATION – IS DITSONG MUSEUMS OF SOUTH AFRICA READY FOR THE 4TH INDUSTRIAL REVOLUTION? By Sandi Mackenzie – March 2020...
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VIBRANT COLOURS AND ABSTRACT PATTERNS FROM AFRICA
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VIBRANT COLOURS AND ABSTRACT PATTERNS FROM AFRICA

VIBRANT COLOURS AND ABSTRACT PATTERNS FROM AFRICA An unusual tea set designed in 1997 by Peter Mtombeni Compiled by: Corine...
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SOUTH AFRICAN SWORDS
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SOUTH AFRICAN SWORDS

SOUTH AFRICAN SWORDS By David Rilley-Harris, DITSONG National Museum of Military History Curator - March 2020 Swords first came into use in...
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THE SA DAGGER
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THE SA DAGGER

The SA Dagger By David Rilley-Harris, DITSON National Museum of Military History Curator - March 2020 The SA dagger was the service...
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THE GLADIUS
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THE GLADIUS

THE GLADIUS By David Rilley-Harris, DITSONG Nationa Museum of Military History Curator - February 2020 The gladius is a short sword...
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CHINESE PAIRED SWORDS
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CHINESE PAIRED SWORDS

Chinese Paired Swords By David Rilley-Harris - January 2020 DNMMH In the Curator’s Choice display of edged weaponry at the...
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MODEL OF “U-96” DONATED TO THE DITSONG NATIONAL MUSEUM OF MILITARY HISTORY
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MODEL OF “U-96” DONATED TO THE DITSONG NATIONAL MUSEUM OF MILITARY HISTORY

MODEL OF “U-96” DONATED TO THE DITSONG NATIONAL MUSEUM OF MILITARY HISTORY By Allan Sinclair, Ditsong National Museum of Military History - 22...
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Japanese Tachi
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Japanese Tachi

Japanese Tachi David Rilley-Harris DNMMH November 2019 The third oldest edged weapon in the Ditsong National Museum of Military History...
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THE BERSAGLIERI AND THEIR USE OF BIANCHI FOLDING MILITARY BICYCLES
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THE BERSAGLIERI AND THEIR USE OF BIANCHI FOLDING MILITARY BICYCLES

THE BERSAGLIERI AND THEIR USE OF BIANCHI FOLDING MILITARY BICYCLES With reference to the Museum exhibit Modello 25/34 By Richard...
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ZAR Ordnance Quick Firing 37mm Vickers Maxim Ammunition
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ZAR Ordnance Quick Firing 37mm Vickers Maxim Ammunition

ZAR Ordnance Quick Firing 37mm Vickers Maxim Ammunition Richard Henry, Curator of Small Arms, Ammunition, Armoured Fighting Vehicles, Accoutrements, DITSONG:...
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MAJ MANDISA MFEKA VISITS THE MILITARY HISTORY MUSEUM
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MAJ MANDISA MFEKA VISITS THE MILITARY HISTORY MUSEUM

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