Adrift on the Open Veld. The Anglo-Boer War and its Aftermath 1899-1943.


This triology is published a hundred years after the outbreak of the Anglo-Boer War,or the Second War of Independence,as a tribute to Deneys Reitz,Colonel Deneys Reitz (1882-1944)South African writer and statesman.As a boy of 17 he joined the Boer forces in the South African War,a brave,adventurous,restless,stuborn,courageous and combative fighter to the bitter end.Yet a tollerant,humane,loyal,broad minded,loving and articulate burgher,son,lawer,politician,father and conservationalist.A South African par excellence.



Limp glossy pictorial card covers,clean and sharp.Size 10×7 pp X+560, maps,consolidated index,illustrated with some reproduced b/w photographic prints.Hinges strong Binding tight (suggest unread) No foxing,staining or browning.Internally and externally,clean and bright throughout. This is actually an as new copy.


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