First edition (hardback), volume 4 (1898-1913) only. 8vo, 565pp. 62 plates, 16 text illustrations, 10 maps. Original red cloth, dustwrapper. The top edge of the text block is dusty, else the book and the dustwrapper are in very good condition. ISBN 0436273217.
1986. Leo Cooper/Secker & Warburg. First. Hard Cover. Book-VG. Dj-VG, protective covered. 9.5x6.5. 565pp. 62 b/w plates, 10 maps, some b/w illus, endpaper maps. The South African War, which lasted from October 1899 until May 1902, saw the destruction of some 350, 000 out of the half-million horses employed by the British to win it. The appalling cruelties inflicted upon this mass of horseflesh are fully examined in this penultimate volume of Lord Anglesey's magisterial five-volume history.
1986. Leo Cooper (Secker & Warburg), London. First. Hardcover. Book-Near Fine. Dj-Near Fine. Signed by author on title page. 565pp Dealing primarily with the Boer War and some reference to Cavalry training, Yeomanry, enlisted men and ending with the Indian Curzon/Kitchener dispute. including appendix, chart, notes and index. 62 b/w plates. 16 in text illus. 10 maps. Endpaper maps.
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