The War in South Africa. Its cause and conduct.


The contents of this book are sufficiently described in the title and sub-title.It is another of Conan Doyle’s masterpieces of journalism,it describes the Boer people,the real cause of the quarrel with the British,the negotiations,the negotiations for peace,the burning of the farms,the concentration camps.The British soldier in South Africa,and the other side of the question.

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This is a very old piece of literature,that looks as if it was originally in limp card covers.Now rebound into nice clean h/b with new end papersSize 9×6 pp 156,various lists,no illustrations,text omlyTitle page grubby and worn,some staining to the new end-papers.Internally the whole volume is very heavily age browned,and some of the leaves are marked.Not that bad for its 107 year life-span of handling.


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