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Re: Harry Wolhurter.

Takhaar
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Re: Harry Wolhuter

Unread post by Takhaar » Tue Feb 23, 2010 3:17 pm

I have made contact with Kim. He do not have any more info than me. I know my Grandfather was stationed at Barberton and that is where Harry Wolhuter was taken after the attack. I presume that it might be there that oupa helped him.

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Takhaar

lolliepop
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Re: Harry Wolhuter

Unread post by lolliepop » Sun Mar 14, 2010 4:47 pm

Hello Takhaar

My little boy (now 5) absolutely love the tale about Harry Wolhuter. I will show him the lion claw - see if I can print your photo out for him to take to school. They are going on a trip to the Kruger and I suggested to the teacher that each child have to find out something about the Kruger to tell the other children. This is the best way for them to learn. You have a wonderful momentum to keep in your family.

Takhaar
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Re: Harry Wolhuter

Unread post by Takhaar » Mon Mar 15, 2010 3:36 pm

Hi Lolliepop

If they go to Skukuza they must visit the library and museum, because there is an exhihibition of the lion and the story of Harry Wolhuter.

Regards

Takhaar

stelliegp123
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Re: Harry Wolhuter

Unread post by stelliegp123 » Thu Aug 26, 2010 9:41 am

Today, 107 years ago Harry Wolhuter stabbed and killed the lion!!!


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