Brave Men’s Blood. The Epic of the Zulu war,1879.


“Brave Men’s Blood”is the most comprehensive history of the famous Anglo-Zulu War yet published,The result of years of research in Britain,South Africa,France,the United States and Australia,it consists of more than 260contemporary illustrations,most of which have never been published anywhere in the world before.Of those few previously seen,most appeared in highly specialist journals with a limited circulation.only the most accurate contemporary sketches and engravings have been chosen to depict the battles,presenting a unique record of the campaign.

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H/b in a nice clean and sharp boards,in a fine illustrated d/w.Size 11×9 pp 199,inc.index,bibliography,glossary,fully illustrated throughout with some fine artistic sketch-work some in full colour,and many reproduced b/w pfotographic prints,page maps and field plans,also with a double page drawing of Colonel Wolsley’s square at Ulundi on the title-page.Hinges strong,Binding good to firm.Once again there are some small ink-dots where a previous reader has marked his place,and in the bibliography.No foxing,staining or browning.Internally and externally clean and bright throughout.


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