The Boer Fight for Freedom: From the Beginning of Hostilities to the Peace of Pretoria
Kessinger Publishing, May 1, 2006 - 628 pages
The Book Embodies The Facts And Information Which The Author Obtained Through His Intercourse With The Leaders Of Both The Transvaal And Orange Free State Republics, Whilst They Were Trying To Retain Their Independence. It Also Contains Authentic Details Of The Earlier Battles Of The Campaign In Natal And On The Western Borderland.
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South African Military History Society - Journal- THE GERMAN ...
In his book, 'The Boer Fight for Freedom', Michael Davitt says that Schiel's "services to the Transvaal army have been greatly exaggerated. ...
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Arthur Alfred Lynch - Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia
Michael Davitt who travelled to South Africa has photos of Lynch with his brigade on the veldt, in, The Boer Fight for Freedom. ...
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The Boer War Remembered
M. Davitt, The Boer Fight For Freedom, p. 425. See also: A. Thomas, Rhodes, .... Davitt also wrote a book, The Boer Fight For Freedom, published in 1902. ...
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