A Guide to the Anglo-Boer War Sites of KwaZulu-Natal

Gilbert Torlage, Steve Watt

At the outbreak of the Second Anglo-Boer War on 11 October 1899, approximately 25,000 Boers invaded the British colony of Natal from the Zuid Afrikaansche Republiek and the Orange Free State. The colony was the scene of some of the most important battles of the war, as well as the Siege of Ladysmith which lasted for 118 days.
Publication date:
January 2014
Publisher :
30 Degrees South Publishers
Language:
English
Series :
Battles of the Anglo-Boer War
Illustration :
60 b/w photos, maps
Format Available     Quantity Price
Paperback
ISBN : 9781928211464

Dimensions : 210 X 148 cm
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£3.95
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Overview
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• Anglo-Boer War enthusiastsCollectors of historical seriesDetailed maps and photographs, part of a series of 9 titles

At the outbreak of the Second Anglo-Boer War on 11 October 1899, approximately 25,000 Boers invaded the British colony of Natal from the Zuid Afrikaansche Republiek and the Orange Free State. The colony was the scene of some of the most important battles of the war, as well as the Siege of Ladysmith which lasted for 118 days. In addition to maps and details of the locations of the various sites, this guide provides a brief insight into the most significant battles and events in the area. Information is also given about concentration camps, hospitals, memorials and graves, together with clear directions to places listed in the text. The maps have been specially drawn for this publication and many of the photographs were published for the first time in the first edition of this book.