History of the war in South Africa, containing a thrilling account of the great struggle between the British and the Boers; including the causes of the conflict; vivid descriptions of the fierce battles; superb heroism and daring deeds; narratives of personal adventures; life in camp, field and hospital, etc., etc.; together with the wonderful story of the Transvaal, the Orange Free State; Natal and Cape Colony; the Kaffirs and Zulus; richest gold and diamond mines in the world, etc., etc., by James H. Birch, in collaboration with Henry Davenport Northrop.
|Main Author:||Birch, James H., Jr.|
|Related Names:||Northrop, Henry Davenport 1836-1909.|
Halifax, N.S., Globe Pub. Co. 
South African War, 1899-1902
> Regimental histories
South African War, 1899-1902 > Campaigns.
South Africa > History.
"Appendix: Australian colonies make a great record in the war," 60 p.
651, 60 p.
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