Sotho War Diaries.1864-1865.


In 1864 the much disputed boundary between the Orange Free State and Lesotho was finally established,and a young English-speaking South African,J. G. fraser was placed at the head of a contingent sent from Phillippolis to supervise the withdrawal of the Basuto across the line.The following year the Second Sotho-Free State War broke out and fraser once more saw duty.Frasers unpublished diaries of these two periods have now been combined with an excerpt from his autobiography describing the same events.

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H/b in very nice clean boards,also in a v/g illustrated d/w,corners a little worn.Size 9×6 pp 118,index,suggested further reading,various appendix.plates,page map in prelims,Hinges strong.Binding tight (suggest unread).Internaly clean and bright throughout. A v/g–v/g almost fine copy.


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