Victoria’s Enemies. An A–Z of British Colonial Warfare.


During the sixty-four years that Queen Victoria sat on the throne of Great Britain (1837-1901),her soldiers fought in more than 60 overseas wars and campaigns.In battles and skirmishes that were vicious and bloody they fought bravely in all five continents of the world,against innumerable foes of varying religions,nationalities,races and tribes;losing only one war,to the Boers in 1881.This book relates the history of Britains colonial warfare.

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H/b in nice clean and sharp boards,in a illustrated d/w,with some edge-wear and chipped in places.Size 10×8 pp 160,inc.index,general and specific sources,illustrated throughout with some fine reproduced sketches,drawings and the acasional photographic print.No foxing,staining or browning.Internally clean and bright throughout.


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