The War Correspondents. The Anglo-Zulu War.


The Anglo-Zulu War of 1879 was typical of the Victorian era in that it was a campagn waged not only against a courageous and resourceful enemy,but also against distance and natural obstacles.Lieutenant-General Lord Chelmsford,who commanded the British forces,was the product of the late Victorian military establishment,an officer and a gentleman with considerable experiance in the field,who nonetheless made the fatal mitake of underestimating the fighting ability of the Zulus.

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H/b in nice clean and sharp illustrated boards in a similar fine d/w.Size 10×7 pp XX+170,inc,index,illustrated with some reproduced b/w photographic prints with artistic sketches and cartoons,notes to text,page maps.Hinges strong.Binding tight (suggest unread)No foxing,staining or browning.Internally and externally clean and bright throughout. This is in fact a new book.


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