Uyadela Wen’osulaoho. Black participation in the Anglo-Boer war.

£11.00

The term ‘Anglo-Boer War’ emphasises the perception that this was a ‘white mans war’,but ignores the fact of a great deal of involvement by African,coloured and Indian people in the conflict.This perceptive book examines the actual role of Africans,Coloured and Indian people in the military structures of both sides and the impact of the conflict on these people as well as their civilian populations.The book is illustrated with contemporary photographs,some of which have not been published before.

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Limp pictorial glossy card covers. Size 9×7 pp IV+58,illustrated with some fine historical b/w reproduced photographic prints.Hinges strong.Binding tight (suggest unread).No foxing,staining or browning.Internally clean and bright throughout.This is in fact a new copy.

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