The Natal Rebellion of 1906.


It was bound to happen in the small colony of Natal,where the Europeans numbering a mere 97,000 odd souls,against a vast and mixed native population of nearly a million,they were prepared to take up arms,to loot and destroy all that the white man had achieved, and to drive him into the sea.Also known as the Bambatha Rebellion,the issuing of a “hut tax”or poll tax,was the final straw,and the colony exploded into a bloody uprising,that took 6 months to overcome and cost over

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Again a rebound volume h/b in nice clean boards with guilt to spine no d/w.Size 8×5 pp 14+222,inc,two f/o maps,plates,four battle plans,New end hinges strong.Binding good to firm.Owing to its age,and quality of the paper used,this volume is very heavily foxed and stained throughout. A fine –fair copy for its age and quality.


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