Smith, Elder & Co.
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Second Boer War
| Arthur Conan Doyle books, Other books|Chapter 1. The Boer Nations.
Chapter 2. The Cause of Quarrel.
Chapter 3. The Negotiations.
Chapter 4. The Eve of War.
Chapter 5. Talana Hill.
Chapter 6. Elandslaagte and Rietfontein.
Chapter 7. The Battle of Ladysmith.
Chapter 8. Lord Methuen's Advance.
Chapter 9. Battle of Magersfontein.
Chapter 10. The Battle of Stormberg.
Chapter 11. Battle of Colenso.
Chapter 12. The Dark Hour.
Chapter 13. The Siege of Ladysmith.
Chapter 14. The Colesberg Operations.
Chapter 15. Spion Kop.
Chapter 16. Vaalkranz.
Chapter 17. Buller's Final Advance.
Chapter 18. The Siege and Relief of Kimberley.
Chapter 19. Paardeberg.
Chapter 20. Roberts's Advance on Bloemfontein.
Chapter 21. Strategic Effects of Lord Roberts's March.
Chapter 22. The Halt at Bloemfontein.
Chapter 23. The Clearing of the South-East.
Chapter 24. The Siege of Mafeking.
Chapter 25. The March on Pretoria.
Chapter 26. Diamond Hill—Rundle's Operations.
Chapter 27. The Lines of Communication.
Chapter 28. The Halt at Pretoria.
Chapter 29. The Advance to Komatipoort.
Chapter 30. The Campaign of de Wet.
Chapter 31. The Guerilla Warfare in the Transvaal: Nooitgedacht.
Chapter 32. The Second Invasion of Cape Colony.
Chapter 33. The Northern Operations from January to April, 1901.
Chapter 34. The Winter Campaign (April to September, 1901).
Chapter 35. The Guerilla Operations in Cape Colony.
Chapter 36. The Spring Campaign (September to December, 1901).
Chapter 37. The Campaign of January to April, 1902.
Chapter 38. De la Rey's Campaign of 1902.
Chapter 39. The End.
The Great Boer War Wikipedia
The Great Boer War is a non-fiction work on the Boer War by Arthur Conan Doyle and first published in 1900 by Smith, Elder & Co. By the end of the war in 1902 the book had been published in 16 editions, constantly revised by Doyle. The Introduction describes the book as:
The book was completed in September 1900, at a time when the British believed that the war was over.However, the war continued until 1902.
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