The Origins of the South African War. Joseph Chamberlain and the Diplomacy of Imperialism (1895 1899)

£18.00

This study of the origins of the Anglo-Boer War of 1899 makes a major contribution to the debate surrounding one of the central episodes of late nineteenth-century imperialism.Based on the private and official papers of Joseph Chamberlain,Sir Alfred Milner and the Colonial Office,it offers revised interpretations or produces fresh material on a number of subjects,including Camberlain’s role in the events leading up to the Jameson Raid,the British cabinet’s discussions of South African affaires,in particular their sence of South Africa’s place in the Empire.

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H/b in nice clean and sharp boards,in a v/g illustrated d/w,some slight corner wear and one or two small chips.Size9x6 pp XIV+321,inc.index,select bibliography,notes to text,page map in prelims,no illustrations,text only.Hinges strong,Binding tight (suggest unread).No foxing,staining or browning.Internally clean and bright throughout.

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