Outlanders. A study of Imperial expansion in South Africa 1877–1902

Here we have a study of Imperialism in South and Southern Africa.It has its beginnings in 1877 during the first annexation of the Transvaal.Through the first Boer War in 1881 and the second Boer War of 1902,and the expansion of the British empire throughout Southern Africa.If we disregard all secondary and eruptive issues it is perfectly clear that the main object of the Imperial advance in South Africa was the control,the capture if neccessary,of the Dutch Republic,the Tranvaal,and the Orange Free State.This is the bases of this work.


H/b in the original boards,reasonably clean,corners bruised,ends of spine bruised with the top end damaged,but nothing serious.Size 9×6 pp 380,inc,index,bibligraphy,page maps,no plates only frontispiece,Hinges strong.Binding good to firm.An ink signature and dates to ff/ep.Some beneral staining and browning mainly to prelims and e/p’s,with some light foxing and finger-marking here and there,otherwise clean for its age. A v/g-v/g clean copy.


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