Despatches from the Front: The Boer War 1899-1902, John Grehan and Martin Mace.
A selection of official reports written during the Boer War, giving
us a view of the war as seen by the senior British commanders. Most of
these accounts are fairly factual, although few of the commanders are
willing to accept the blame for their setbacks early in the war.
Focuses on the major battles of the war, so is strongest on the first
year or so, and less so on the period of guerilla warfare that came
after the occupation of the Boer republics.
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