During the last Anglo-Boer War, the Boers took 383 British officials and 9,170 British Other Ranks detainee. They weren't generally set up to manage a great deal of detainees, so from the start there were impermanent plans. Officials were isolated from ORs (Other Ranks), and ultimately both the officials and ORs were in discrete camps in Waterval, close to Pretoria. As the quantity of POWs expanded, notwithstanding, different areas must be found for them. Winston Churchill, for example, was kept at the State Model School.
As indicated by British records, conditions in the Boer camps were unhygienic, the food was awful, and the clinical consideration non-existent. (By and large) on the off chance that they had stayed with the British Army. Indeed, the POWs at Pretoria were as yet sufficient, toward the finish of the battle, to overwhelm their gatekeepers and free themselves. There were likewise a few effective break endeavors, including Churchill's. The British powers endured 21.6% losses, including executed, injured, and debilitated. To place this in context, in another way, during the war 86 British officers were struck by lightning: along these lines, your odds of kicking the bucket as a British trooper in a Boer POW camp were just marginally more regrettable than your odds of being struck by lightning. (However, truly, don't go walking all over the veld, on an overcast day, bearing a Lee-Metford rifle just to perceive what occurs.)
To add another measurement, the passing rate for Boer and African non military personnel POWs (counting ladies and kids) wrote up in British inhumane imprisonments, during the last period of the war, was about 21%, or around 46,000 individuals (26,000 Afrikaaners and around 20,000 Africans), with around 220,000 individuals, absolute, being held in two arrangements of camps.