The Anglo-Boer War (1899-1902): White man’s war, black man’s war, traumatic war
Based on many years of research with regard to the Anglo-Boer War, this book is essential reading for anyone who would like to know more about the most devastating conflict that has thus far been waged between white people in Southern Africa. However, with due course, this war also involved more and more black, brown and, to some extent, Asian people.
Part 1: The main military events of the Anglo-Boer War
Part 2: The military role of black, coloured and Asian people in the Anglo-Boer War
Part 3: Conflict and collateral damage in twentieth-century South AfricaThe traumatic consequences of the Anglo-Boer War
Appendix: The phases of the Anglo-Boer War (1899-1902)
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