The Anglo- Boer Wars. (1815,1902)


This book is the fourth in Michael Barthorp’s series of illustrated narrative histories of the British Army’s colonial campaigns in the nineteeth century.It outlines within one volume Britains attempts to deprive the Afrikaaners of the independence they had striven for since the seventeenth century,not only during the Anglo-Boer of 1899-1902 but also in earlier clashes between Briton and Boer since Britain acquired the Cape of Bood Hope in the Napoleonic War.

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H/b in nice clean boards,in a v/g pictorial d/w.size 10×8 pp 176,inc.index,bibliography,endnotes,page maps,also with maps to both front and back p/ds an ffe/pr’s,illustrated throughout with many fine b/w photographic prints along with some artistic sketches.Hinges strong.Binding tight(Suggest unread)No foxing,staining or browning.Internally and externally clean and bright throughout. This is a almost as new copy.


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