The Dutch Surrender of the Cape of Good Hope, 1795.


This little booklet published by the Castle Military Museum Cape Town,relates the history and state of affaires in the Cape of Good Hope,when the Dutch surrenderd the Cape to the British in 1795.At the time Britain was at war with Holland.The threatened collapes of the Dutch East India Company,the future of the Cape looked bleak.

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Limp illustrated card covers,in v/g condition,in land-scape format,no d/w.Size 6×8 pp 229,inc,index,glossary,some plates and portraits,from repro.photographic prints,some colour,page maps.Hinges strong.Binding tight (suggest unread).Internaly and externaly nice clean and bright. An almost fine –as new copy.


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