What I Saw in Kaffir–Land.


The author of this historical treasure,a military man attached to the French Military Staff,sets down in print his observations of what accured in the Eastren Cape,that is known as Kaffraria.A well travelled man,how the wars in South Africa efected him,his opinion of the Kafir people,and the terrible way in which they were treated,they were very often shot down like rabbits.A work of truth,by a military officer actualy on the scene.Taken from his biography.

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H/b in nice clean red buckram boards,recently re-bouned.Size 8×6 pp 11+208,inc,a catalogue of the publishers further publications.No plates,text only.Hinges strong.Binding tight,after being re-bound.Some rather messy marking,smudging and staining throughout the text-block,combind with the usual age-browning,otherwise a good sound copy of a very scarce book.


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