Victoria's Stepchildren: Public Opinion and the South African Problem 1795-1899

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The coming of the British to the Cape Colony in 1795 signaled the start of an uneasy relationship with the Cape Dutch people, giving rise to the Great Trek in the 1830s and, at the end of the century, finding expression in the Anglo-Boer War. Based upon extensive research of contemporary published works in the South African and British press, this book follows the public view held by Britons of the Afrikaners.

Victoria's Stepchildren: Public Opinion and the South African Problem 1795-1899 1997, Upa, Lanham, MD

ISBN-13: 9780761809920

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