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Written by C.G. Dennison; Ron Lock; Peter Quantrill.
Stock no. 2138132
Published by Frontline Books. 1st thus 2008. Nearly fine condition in a slightly better than very good dustwrapper.
Originally published in 1904 in abridged form, this is the author's riveting memoirs that have been reworked by Lock and Quantrill. This new edition reinstates many details missing from the previous account, including his life growing up on the frontier; the early wars in southern Africa and crucially, his experiences during the Anglo-Zulu wars. ISBN: 9781848325180.
Originally published in 1948, this edition has a new introduction by Ian Knight. Orange cloth boards, gilt title to spine. B/w plates and maps. 144 pages including index. ISBN: 1871085071. Page edge browning, with a little foxing. Wrapper is edge-creased with small tear to base of spine.
Green cloth, gilt titles. 216mm x 153mm. xiv, 254 pages. Folding chart. 99 tissue-guarded colour plates. 3000 copies printed. An A. & C. Black Colour Book. Damp staining to bottom corner of front cover. Split to top of spine at front; to about half way down the book. Marks to covers. Corners are bumped. Ink stamp to front pastedown. Foxing to endpapers, outer page edges and margins. Tear to fold-out page. A working copy ONLY!
The part Monmouthshire Soldiers played in the Boer War. ISBN: 0952054345. A few marks to covers. Wrapper is edge-creased with some heavy indentation marks.
Third Edition (reset, revised & enlarged). Orange pictorial cardwraps. B/w photos. ISBN: 0969789300. SIGNED by the author (with regards) to verso of front cover and lengthy personal dedication by gift giver.
The story of the Dinuzulu, son of Cetshwayo king of the Zulu Kingdom 1873-1879. Dinuzulu and the final dissolution of the great military empire which the tyrant Shaka had founded. Black boards, gilt title to spine. B/w photos. Browning to text block and musty odour to contents. Pictorial dustwrapper is slightly faded to spine and edge-worn with tape repair.
The part Monmouthshire Soldiers played in the Boer War. ISBN: 0952054345.
WITH THE FLAG TO PRETORIA, AND AFTER PRETORIA: THE GUERILLA WAR (4 VOLUME SET)
Written by H.W. Wilson.
Stock no. 2112218
Published by Harmsworth Bros., Limited. Circa 1901. Good condition.
A History of the Boer War 1899-1900. Very large format. Red cloth, gilt titles. B/w photos and illustrations. This set comprises of the 2 copies of With the Flat and the 2 supplement volumes of After Pretoria; all uniform to each other. Heavy! All spines are faded and browned, with some wear. Differing amounts of damp staining to covers and pages internally. Still a good working set.
The Correspondence of Ralph Verney 1900-1916. Life and Letters. Boer War. Green cloth boards, gilt title to spine. B/w photos. ISBN: 0850528410. Top edge of text block dull. Contents fine. Green pictorial wrapper is a little scuffed.