Private Tuckers Boer War Diary. The Transvaal War of 1899,1900,1901,&1902.with the Natal field forces.

£28.00

The Anglo-Boer war of 1899-1902’The last of the Gentleman’s wars’,was fought at the height of British Imperialism yet it took the vast force of the British army three years of fighting,three monumental sieges,and myriad battles with considerable loss of life,to overthrow the Boers and achieve victory.The story of this war,its battles its personalities,its trgedies,the stengths and deficiencies of both sides,is presented in this book in a uniquely vivid way,seen through the eyes of a soldier at the front,writing in his diary in the trenches at night.

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H/b in nice clean boards in a v/g illustrated d/w.Size 10×8 pp 192,illustrated throughout with many reproduced b/w photographic prints,along with artistic sketches,cartoons and adverts,page maps.With full supporting text with dates to match the text.Hinges strong.Binding good to firm.There is a private library bookplate on the front p/d.No foxing ,staining or browning.Internally and externally clean and bright throughout. This is an almost as new copy.

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