Thank God we kept the Flag Flying. The Siege and Relief of Ladysmith 1899.1900.

£8.00

There are men alive today who fought for Queen Victoria.What did it mean to be a soldier of the Queen,or a Boer farmer,in October 1899 when men sensed that the British Empire was hanging by a thread?In this superb recreation Kenneth Griffith has revealed,through the words of the men who were there,a very personal yet totally authentic vision of the Boer War.

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H/b in nice clean boards in a v/g clean and sharp pictorial d/w.Size 9×6 pp XVI+398,inc.index,bibliography,page maps,illustrated with some reproduced b/w photographic prints,adverts and cartoons,inc coloured frontispiece.Hinges strong,Binding good to firm,No foxing,staining or browning.There is a signature with address on the ffe/p.There are a few dirty finger-marks in the text,otherwise clean throughout.

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