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Bibliography of War-Related Material

Please Note: this is a list of available material on the war, not of the literature I own or have access to. Please do not contact me asking for access to, or information from, the works listed below.

 

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Bibliographies & Indices
Beckerling, Joan Letitia. The Medical History of the Anglo-Boer War: a Bibliography. Cape Town: University of Cape Town, School of Librarianship, 1967.

Coetzer, P.W. & Le Roux, J.H. eds., Index to Periodical Articles on South African Political and Social History Since 1902. Boston: G.K. Hall, 1982.

Jones, H & M. A Gazetteer of the Second Anglo-Boer War 1899-1902. Milton Keynes: Military Press, 1999.
Click here for a review.

Kesting, J. G. The Anglo-Boer War, 1899-1902 : Mounting Tension and the Outbreak of Hostilities as Reflected in Overseas Magazine Contributions Published January - December 1899 : a Bibliography. Cape Town: University of Cape Town, School of Librarianship, 1956.

Marix Evans, Martin. Encyclopedia of the Boer War. Oxford: ABC-CLIO, 2000. (ISBN 1 85109 332 X).

Muller, C.F.J., Van Jaarsveld, F.A. & Van Wijk, Theo, eds., A Select Bibliography of South African History: a Guide for Historical Research. Pretoria: University of South Africa Press, 1966.

Steyn, E.& Prophet, J., [comp]., Van Schoor, M.C.E. [ed], A bibliography of the Anglo-Boer War, 1899-1902. Bloemfontein: War Museum of the Boer Republics, Date unavailable.
Also available in Afrikaans as:
'n bibliografie van die Anglo-Boereoorlog, 1899-1902

Order from/ Bestel van:
Anglo-Boer War Museum
P.O. Box 704,
Bloemfontein. 9300
SOUTH AFRICA


General Histories
Amery, L.S., ed. The Times History of the War in South Africa, 1899-1902. London: Sampson Low, Marston, 1909. DT930R55.

Baker, Anthony. The Battles and Battlefields of the Anglo-Boer War 1899-1902. Milton Keynes Military Press, 1999.

Belfield, Eversley. The Boer War. Hamden: Archon, 1975. DT930B46.

Cassell's History of the Boer War, 1899-1902. London: Casell,1903. DT930C37.

Creswicke, Louis. South Africa and the Transvaal War. Edinburgh: Jack, 1901. DT930C73.

Cunliffe, F.H.E. The History of the Boer War. London: Methuen, 1901. DT930C86.

Farwell, Byron. The Great Anglo-Boer War. New York: Harper & Row, 1975. 495 p. DT930F37.

[Author unknown]. A Handbook of the Boer War. London: Gale & Polen,1910. 377 p. DT930H36.

Grant, H & Maurice, F. History of the War in South Africa, 1899-1902. London: Hurst & Blackett, 1910. DT930H57.

Hall, D et al. The Hall Handbook of the Anglo-Boer War. Pietermaritzburg: 1998.

Holt, Edgar. The Boer War. London: Putnam, 1958. DT930H6.

Kruger, Rayne. Good-Bye Dolly Gray. Phila: Lippincott, 1960. DT930K7.

Lee, Emanoel. To the Bitter End: a Photographic History of the Boer War, 1899-1902. Harmondsworth: Viking, 1985.

Longford, Elizabeth. Jameson's Raid: The Prelude to the Boer War. London: Weidenfeld & Nicolson, 1982.

Marix Evans, Martin. The Boer War: South Africa 1899-1902. Oxford: Osprey Publishing, 1999. (ISBN 1 85532 851 8)

Pakenham, Thomas. 'Great Powers and Little Wars' in The Boer War. Westport: Praeger, 1993, pp. 105-24.

Pakenham, Thomas. The Boer War. NY: Random, 1979. 659p. DT930P27.

Pretorius, Fransjohan. 1899-1902 Die Angloboere-Oorlog Cape Town: Don Nelson, 1985.

Smith, Iain R. "Reading History: The Boer War." History Today 34 (May 1984): pp. 46-49.

Stone, Jay, & Schmidl, E. The Boer War and Military Reforms. Lanham, MD: U of America, 1988. 345 p. UA6468W36.

U.S. Military Academy. Dept of Hist. History of Revolutionary Warfare. 6 vols. Text material, West Point, NY, 1967-77. U719U543v1-6.
[See Vol I, Chap 3.]

Warwick, Peter, & Speis, S.B., eds. The South African War: The Anglo-Boer War, 1899-1902. Harlow, Essex: Longman,1980. 415 p. DT930S68.


Specific Histories
Greenwall, Ryno. Artists & Illustrators of the Anglo-Boer War. Vlaeberg: Fernwood Press, 1992.
264 pp. Index and bibliography. Standard Edition ISBN 0-9583154-2-6.


Regional Histories
Wulfsohn, Lionel. Rustenburg at War: the Story of Rustenburg and its Citizens in the First and Second Anglo-Boer Wars. Cape Town: C.T.P. Book Printers, 1987.


Political Analysis
Beak, G.B. The Aftermath of War. London: Arnold, 1906. DT904B32.
[Ref. p. 3.]

Benyon, John. Proconsul and Paramountcy in South Africa: the High Commission, British Supremacy and the Sub-Continent - 1806-1910. Pietermaritzburg, Natal: University of Natal Press, 1980.

Bryce, James, & Brooks, Sidney. Britain and Boer: Both Sides of the Question. NY: Harper, 1900. DT926B87.

Butler, J. 'The German Factor in Anglo-Transvaal Relations' in Gifford, P. & Louis, W. R. [eds] Britain and Germany in Africa. New Haven: 1967, pp. 179-214.

Caldwell, T.C., [ed]. The Anglo-Boer War: Why Was it Fought? Who was Responsible? Boston: University of Massachusetts, 1965.

Camack, D. 'The Politics of Discontent: the Grievances of the Uitlander Refugees, 1899-1902.' JSAS 8, 1982, pp. 243-270.

Camack, D. 'Class, Politics and War: a Socio-Economic Study of the Uitlanders of the Witwatersrand, 1897 - 1902'. Ph.D thesis, University of California, Irvine, 1983.

Camack, D. 'The Johannesburg Republic: the Re-Shaping of Rand Society, 1900-1901'. SAHJ 18, 1986, pp. 47-72.

Connolly, C.N. 'Class, Birthplace, Loyalty: Australian Attitudes to the Boer War'. Historical Studies, 18, 71 (October 1978), pp. 210-232.

Connolly, C.N. 'Manufacturing 'Spontaneity': the Australian Offers of Troops for the Boer War'. Historical Studies, 17, 70 (April 1978), pp. 106-117.

Cook, Edward T. Rights and Wrongs of the Transvaal War. London: Arnold, 1901. DT930C66.

Cuthbertson, G.C. 'The Non-Conformist Conscience and the South African War, 1899 - 1902'. D.Litt & Phil., University of South Africa, 1986.

De Kiewiet, Cornelius. British Colonial Policy and the South African Republics, 1848-1909. London: Longman, Green & Co, 1929.

De Kiewiet, Cornelius. The Imperial Factor in South Africa: a Study in Politics and Economics. Cambridge: Cambridge University Press, 1937.

Emden, P.H. Randlords. 1935. [other details unavailable]

Evans, W. Sanford. The Canadian Contingents and Canadian Imperialism: a Story and a Study. Toronto: Publishers' Syndicate, 1901. 352 pp.

Farrelly, M.J. The Settlement After the War in South Africa. NY: MacMillan, 1900. DT930F36.

Gordon, Donald. The Dominion Partnership in Imperial Defense, 1870-1914. Baltimore: John Hopkins Press, 1965.

Hobson, J.A. The War in South Africa: Its Causes and Effects. NY: Macmillan, 1900. DT930H62.

Imperial South African Assoc. The British Case Against the Boer Republics. London, 1900. DT930A2B74.

Ireland, Alleyne. The Anglo-Boer Conflict: Its History and Causes. Boston: Small, Maynard, 1900. 141 p. DT930I74.

Koss, Stephen. The Pro-Boers: the Anatomy of an Anti-War Movement. Chicago: Chicago University Press, 1973. DT935P77.

Marks, Shula & Trapido, Stanley. 'Lord Milner and the South African State'. History Workshop. v7, (1979).
[Socialist revision of the formation of the Union and Milner's post-war policies]

Mulanax, Richard. The Boer War in American Politics and Diplomacy. Lanham: University Press of America, 1993.

Neal, Joan. 'Charters Towers and the Boer War'. Thesis (BA Hons) - James Cook University of North Queensland, 1980.

Page, Robert. The Boer War and Canadian Imperialism. (Canadian Historical Association Booklet no. 44.) Ottawa: Canadian Historical Association. 1987. 27pp.

Penny, Barbara. 'Australia's Reactions to the Boer War - a Study in Colonial Imperialism'. Journal of British Studies, 7, 1 (November 1967), pp. 97-130.

Penny, Barbara. 'The Australian Debate on the Boer War'. Historical Studies, 14, (October 1969), pp. 526-545.

Porter, A.N. The Origins of the South African War: Joseph Chamberlain and the Diplomacy of Imperialism, 1895-99. Manchester: Manchester University Press, 1980.

Price, Richard. An Imperial War and the British Working Class: Working-Class Attitudes and Reactions to the Boer War, 1899-1902. London: Routledge & Kegan Paul, 1982. DT935P75.

Smith, Iain. R. The Origins of the South African War, 1899-1902. Essex: Longman, 1996.

Stead, William T. Shall I Slay My Brother Boer? London: 1899.
- The War in South Africa. Methods of Barbarism. London: 1901.
- How Britain Goes to War. London: Review of Reviews, 1903. DT931.3N68.

Surridge, K.T. 'British Civil-Military Relations and the South African War, 1899-1902'. Ph.D thesis. London University, 1994.

Tamarkin, Mordechai. Cecil Rhodes and the Cape Afrikaners: the Imperial Colossus and the Colonial Parish Pump. London: Frank Cass, 1996.

Taylor, Phil. ''Pro Deo et Patria: A Survey of Victoria's Boer War Memorials'. MA thesis. Monash University, 1997.

Thompson, L.M. The Unification of South Africa: 1902-1910. Oxford: At the Clarendon Press, 1960.

Yakutiel, M. 'Treasury Control and the South African War, 1899-1905'. D.Phil. thesis, Oxford University, 1989.


Governmental Documents & Collections
Bowdler, C. Report of the Commissioner on the Mobilization of the Brigade for Service in South Africa, 1899-1900. London: Cull, 1900. 30 p. UH319.1899/1902.S14.
[This listing repeated in Medical section].

Canada. Dept. of Militia and Defence. Organizing, Equiping,and Despatching: Service of Canadian Contingents During the War in South Africa, 1899-1902. Ottawa: GBP, 1902. DT931c42.

Canada. Parliamentary Reports. Copies of Orders in Council, General Orders, Appointments to Office and Militia Orders Affecting the Contingents, in Connection with the Despatch of the Colonial Military Force to South Africa. (Sessional Paper no. 49) Ottawa: Queen's Printer, 1900. 107 pp.

Canada. Parliamentary Reports. Correspondence Relating to the Despatch of Colonial Military Contingents to South Africa.(sessional Paper, no. 20, 20a). Ottawa: Queens Printer, 1900. 51pp.

Canada. Parliamentary Reports. Supplementary Report; Organization, Equipment, Despatch and Service of the Canadian Contingents During the War in South Africa, 1899-1900. (Sessional Paper, no. 35a) Ottawa: Queen's Printer, 1901. 192 pp.

Canada. Parliamentary Reports. Further Supplementary Report; Organization, Equipment, Depatch and Service of Canadian Contingents During the War in South Africa, 1899-1902. (Sessional Paper, no. 35a.) Ottawa: King's Printer, 1903. 99 pp.

Germany. General Staff. History Section. The War in South Africa. London: Murray, 1906. DT930.2W35.

Great Britain. City of London. Reports on Raising, Organizing and Dispatching the City of London: Imperial Volunteers to South Africa. London: Lord Mayor, 1900. DT931.3L84.

Great Britain. Parliament. Further Correspondence Relating to Affairs in South Africa. London: HMSO, 1899, 1900, & 1902. DT929G78.

Great Britain. Parliament. Parliamentary Papers Relating to the Administration of Martial Law in South Africa. London: HMSO, 1902. DT940G78.
[This listing is repeated in Strategy and Tactics section].

Great Britain. Royal Commissions. His Majesty's Commissioners Appointed to Inquire into the Military Preparation and Other Matters Connected with the War in South Africa. London: HMSO, 1903. DT930G8.
[This listing is repeated in Strategy and Tactics section].

Great Britain. Royal Commission on South African Hospitals. Report of the Royal Commission Appointed to Consider and Report Upon the Care and Treatment of the Sick and Wounded during the South African Campaign. London: HMSO, 1901. 76 p. UH319.1899/1902.A4.

Great Britain. Royal Commission on the War in South Africa. Minutes of Evidence Taken Before the Royal Commission on the War in South Africa. 3 vols. London: Wyman, 1903. DT930G7.

Great Britain. Royal Commissions. Detailed History of the Railways in the South African War, 1899-1902. Chatham: Royal Engrs Inst., 1904. UC315G71D47.
[This listing is repeated in Transportation section].

Great Britain. Royal Commissions. Report on the Organization of the Imperial Yeomanry. London: HMSO, 1900. DT931.3A3.

Great Britain. Royal Commissions. Report of the Royal Commission on the War in South Africa. London: HMSO, 1901 & 1903. DT930G7.

Great Britain. War Office. Military Report on Cape Colony. Vol. II, Routes. London: H.M.S.O., 1908.
[This listing is repeated in Strategy and Tactics section].

Murray, P.L. (Pembroke Lathrop), ed. Official Records of the Australian Military Contingents to the War in South Africa. Melbourne: 1911?
[compiled and edited for the Australian Department of Defence. This listing is repeated in Commonwealth Forces section].

Prussia. Grosser Generalstaß. Kriegsgeschichtliche EinzelschriftenHeft 32: Erfahrungen Aussereuropaischer Kriege Neuester Zeit. Berlin: Mittler, 1908.

Reitz, F.W. [actually Jan Smuts] A Century of Wrong. London: Review of Reviews, 1899. DT926R4413.
[Originally published under the ægis of the Republic of Transvaal Government]

Stevenson, W.F., [ed] Report on the Surgical Cases Noted in the South African War, 1899-1902. London: HMSO, 1905. UM115S7.
[This listing repeated in Medical section].

U.S. War Dept. General Staff. Reports on Military Operations in South Africa and China, July 1901. Wash, DC: GPO, 1901. U15U52no33.

U.S. War Dept. General Staff. Selected Translations Pertaining to the Boer War. Wash, DC: GPO, 1905. U15U522no4.

Wilson, W.D. Report on the Medical Arrangements in the South African War. London: HMSO, 1904. 395 p. UM115.1899/1902.G72.
[This listing repeated in Medical section].


Contemporaneous Accounts
Battersby, H.F.P. In the Web of a War. (1900).
Other details unavailable.

Bengough, H.M. Notes and Reflections on the Boer War. London: Clowes, 1900. DT931.3B41.

Biggar, E.B. The Boer War: Its Causes and Its Interest to Canadians with a Glossary of Cape Dutch and Kafir Terms. Toronto: Biggar, Samuel, 1900. DT930B53.

Billington, R.C.A. A Mule Driver at the Front. (1901).
Other details unavailable.

The Boers and the British: a History of the Events Leading to the Hostilities in South Africa. Melbourne: Smith, 1899.

Boissevain, Charles. Open Letter to the Duke of Devonshire and the Struggle of the Dutch Republic. Amsterdam: Roeloffzen-Hubner, 1900. DT930B68.

Buttery, John A. Why Kruger Made War, or, Behind the Boer Scenes. London: Heinemann, 1900.
[also contains 2 chapters by A. Cooper Key on the Rand and the mining industry.]

[Author unknown]. The British-Boer War, 1899-1902. NY: n.p., n.d DT933B7.

Davis, Richard H. With Both Armies. NY: Scribner's, 1903. DT932D38.

Davitt, Michael. The Boer Fight for Freedom. NY: Funk & Wagnalls, 1902. DT930D38.

Dickson, William Kennedy-Laurie. The Biograph in Battle : its Story in the South African war, Related with Personal Experiences. London: Fisher Unwin, 1901.

Dormer, F.J. Vengeance as a Policy in Afrikanderland. (1901).

Doyle, Arthur Conan. The Great Boer War. NY: McClure, 1902. DT930D69.

[Author unknown]. The War in South Africa: Its Causes and Conduct. London: Smith, Elder, 1902. DT930D694.

Du Plessis, Gezina. Laslap Herinneringe van die Driejarige Oorlog. Pretoria: Afrikaner-Volkswag, 1989.
[daughter of Frikkie Eloff, grandson and later assistant secretary of President Paul Kruger]

Hagemann, E.R. & Stallman, R.W. [eds]. The War Dispatches of Stephen Crane. New York: New York University Press, 1964.

Harding, William. War in South Africa. Chicago: Barber, 1899. DT766H37.

Hiley, Alan, & Hassell, John A. The Mobile Boer. NY: Grafton, 1902. DT930H54.

Van der Hoogt, C. W. (Cornelius W.). The Story of the Boers: Narrated by Their Own Leaders. Prepared Under the Authority of the South African Republics. New York: Harper, 1900.

The Illustrated London News Record of the Transvaal War, 1899-1900: the Achievements of the Home and Colonial Forces in the Great Conflict With the Boer Republics. London: Illustrated London News and Sketch, 1900.

Ireland, Alleyne. The Anglo-Boer Conflict. Boston: Small, Maynard, 1900. 141 p. DT930I73.

[Author unknown] Khaki in South Africa. London: Newnes, 1900. DT939.5K52.

Lewis, R. C. (Richard Charles). On the Veldt: a Plain Narrative of Service Afield in South Africa. Hobart: J.C. Walch, 1902.
[assisted by Frank Morton.]

Linesman. Words by an Eyewitness. Edinburgh: Blackwood,1902. DT932G7.

Mahan, A.T. The Story of the War in South Africa, 1899-1900. London: Sampson Low, Marston, 1900. DT930M33.

[Author unknown]. The War in South Africa to the Fall of Pretoria. NY: Russell, 1901. DT0930M21.

MacKinnon, Hedley V. War Sketches; Reminiscences of The Boer War in South Africa, 1899-1900. Charlottetown, P.E.I.: Examiner, 1900. 73 pp

MacLeod, Elizabeth. For The Flag: or, Lays and Incidents of the South African War. Charlottetown, P.E.I.: A. Irwin, 1901. 185 pp.

May, E.S. A Retrospect on the South African War. London: Low, Marston, 1902. DT930M39.

Men at the Front: Pen Pictures of the War. London: Marshall, 1900. DT932P38.

Menpes, Mortimer. War Impressions. London: Black, 1903. DT932M46.

Methuen, A. M. S. (Algernon Marshall Stedman). Peace or War in South Africa. London: Methuen, 1901.

Morrison, E. W. B. (Edward Whipple Bancroft). With the Guns in South Africa. Hamilton, Ontario: Spector Printing Co., 1901.
[Ref: Canadian participation.]

Mossberg, Erland. Minnen Fraan tre Krig.Stockholm: 1943.

von Muller, Alfred. Der Befreiungkampf der Buren, 1900-01. Berlin: Liefelschen Buchhandlway, 1901. DT930M96.

Norris, S.L. The South African War, 1899-1900. London: Murray, 1900. DT930N67.

Ogden, H.J. The War Against the Dutch Republics in South Africa: Its Origin, Progress and Results. London: National Reform Union, 1901.

Paterson, A.B. Happy Dispatches: Journalistic Pieces from Banjo Paterson's Days as a War Correspondent. Sydney: Lansdowne Press, 1980.

Phillipps, L.M. With Rimington. London: Arnold, 1901. DT932P44.

Pilcher, T.D. Some Lessons from the Boer War, 1899-1902. London: Ibister, 1903. DT932P54.

Pollock, A.W.A. With Seven Generals in the Boer War. London: Skeffington, 1900. DT932P64.

Ralph, Julian. An American with Lord Roberts. NY: Stokes, 1901. DT932R334.

Towards Pretoria. NY: Stokes, 1900. DT930R34.

Randolph, Spencer. Who Ought to Win, Oom Paul or Queen Victoria? Chicago: Laird & Lee, 1900. DT933R36.

Robertson, J. M. (John Mackinnon). Wrecking the Empire. London: G. Richards, 1901.

Rompel, Frederick. Heroes of the Boer War. London: Review of Reviews, 1903. DT930R65.

Schmidt, G. Bland Boer och Britter. Helsingborg: 1901.

Seton-Karr, Henry. The Call to Arms, 1900-01. London: Longmans Green, 1902. DT931.5S47.

Wallace, Edgar. Unofficial Dispatches. London: Hutchinson, 1901?

War's Brighter Side: Story of the Friend Newspaper Edited by the Correspondents with Lord Roberts Forces, March to April 1900. NY: Appleton, 1901. DT939R34.

Wisser, John P. The Second Boer War, 1899-1900. Kansas City, MO: Hudson Kimberly, 1901. DT930W74.

Zeitlre, C. Die Artillerie im Sudafrikanischen Kriege. Berlin: Militarische Leilfrogen, 1920. DT931Z48.


Battles, Campaigns & Actions - General
Ashe, E.O. Besieged by the Boers. NY: Doubleday, Page, 1900. DT934K5A83.

Bakkes, C.M. Die Militere Situasie aan die Benede-Tugela op die Vooraand van die Britse Deurbraak by Pietershoogte, 26 Februarie 1900. Archives Year Book I, 1967.

Baring-Pemberton, W. Battles of the Boer War. London: Batsford, 1964. DT930P35.

Barnard, C.J. Generaal Louis Botha op die Natalse Front, 1899-1900. Cape Town: 1970.

Beach, F.H. "Siege and Relief of Kimberly." Study, AWC, 1915. DT934B356.

Burleigh, Bennet. The Natal Campaign. London: Chapman & Hall, 1900. DT930B87.

Castner, J.C. "The Advance of the British Army to Bloemfontein." Student Paper, AWC, 1915. DT931C35.

Coetzer, Owen. The Road to Infamy, 1899-1900: Colenso, Spioenkop, Vaalkrantz, Pieters, Buller and Warren. Rivonia: William Waterman, 1996.

Crane, David M. "Colenso: The First Battle of the Early Tugela River Campaign." Military Review 56 (Feb 1976): pp. 77-91. Per.

Edwards, William W. "Chasing the Transvaal Wolf." Cavalry Journal 40 (Jul-Aug 1931): p. 14ff. Per.

Howland, Frederick H. The Chase of De Wet. Providence; Preston & Rounds, 1901. DT932H68.

Intelligence Officer. On the Heels of De Wet. Edinburgh: Blackwood, 1902. DT932I57.

Knox, E.B. Buller's Campaign with the Natal Field Force, 1900. London: Brimley, 1902. DT930K74.

Miller, Carman. No Surrender: The Battle of Harts River, 1902. (Canadian Battle Series no. 9). Toronto: Canadian War Museum; Balmuir Book Pub., 1993. 31 pp.

Morrow, W.M. "The British Advance from Bloemfontein to Pretoria, 1 May to 6 June 1900." Study, AWC, 1915. DT931M88.

Pemberton-Baring, W. Battles of the Boer War. London: Batsford, 1964. DT930P35.

Pretorius, Fransjohan. The Great Escape of the Boer Pimpernel: Christiaan de Wet, the Making of a Legend. Pietermaritzburg: University of Natal Press, 2001.

Ransford, Oliver. The Battle of Spion Kop. London: Murray, 1969. DT934S65R3.

Rowan-Robinson, H. "Waggon Hill." Jorrnal of the Royal Artillery (Jan 1940): pp. 489-503. Per.

Waters, R. "An Incident of the South African War." Army Quarterly (Jan 1938): p. 328-34. Per.



Siege and Relief of Ladysmith
Atkins, John B. The Relief of Ladysmith. London: Methuen, 1900. DT934L2A84.

Macdonald, Donald. How We Kept the Flag Flying : the Siege of Ladysmith Through Australian Eyes. London: Ward, Lock, 1900.

McHugh, R.J. The Siege of Ladysmith. London: Chapman & Hall, 1900. DT934L2M34.

Macomb, A.C. "Original Study of the Siege and Relieve of Ladysmith." AWC, 1915. DT934M17.

Nevinson, H.W. Ladysmith: Diary of a Siege. NY: New Amsterdam, 1900. DT934L2N48.

Pearse, H.H.S. Four Months Besieged. London: MacMillan, 1900. DT934L2P32.

Rowell, M.W. "Operations in Natal to Include the Investment of Ladysmith." Study, AWC, 1915. DT934R88.

Steevens, G.W. From Capetown to Ladysmith: an Unfinished Record of the South African War. NY: Dodd,Mead, 1900. DT932S73.

Wilson, C.H. The Relief of Ladysmith: The Artillery in Natal. London: Clowes, 1901. DT934W74.



Siege and Relief of Mafeking
Baillie, F.D. Mafeking: A Diary of the Siege. Westminister: Constable, 1900. DT934M2B34.

Comaroff, John. L. [ed]. The Boer War Diary of Sol T. Plaatje: an African at Mafeking. London: Cardinal, 1973.

Cowen, V. 'Diary of the Siege of Mafeking'. Unpublished MS.

Gardiner, Brian. Mafeking: a Victorian Legend. NY: Harcourt, Brace, and World, 1967. DT934M2G32.

Grinnell-Milne, D. Baden-Powell at Mafeking. London: Bodley Head, 1957.

Hamilton, J.A. The Siege of Mafeking. London: Methuen, 1900. DT934H35.

Stanislaus, Mother M. 'Diary of the Siege of Mafeking'. Unpublished MS.

Young, F. The Relief of Mafeking. London: Methuen, 1900.


British Forces - General
Barclay, Glen. The Empire is Marching: A Study of the Military Effort of the British Empire, 1800-1945. London: Weidenfeld & Nicolson, 1976.

Barnes, James. With the British Army on the Veldt: The Great War Trek. NY: Appleton, 1901. DT932B37.

Briggs, Lady. The Staff Work of the Anglo-Boer War, 1899-1901. London: Richards, 1901. DT932B74.

Brunker, H.M.E. Boer War, 1899: Organization and Distribution of the British Forces. London: Clowes, 1899. DT9313B78.

Cave, T. Sturmy, & Tebutt, Louis. Mobilization for War: South African Field Force and Home Defence. London: Gale & Polden, 1900. UA647C38.

Childers, Erskine. In the Ranks of the C.I.V. (Honourable Artillery Company) in South Africa. London: Smith, Elder, 1901. DT932c142.

Ferrar, M.L. With the Green Howards in South Africa, 1899-1902. London: Fisher, 1904. DT931.5G67F47.

Jeans, T.T., ed. Naval Brigades in the South African War,1899-1900. London: Sampson Low, Marston, 1900. DT930M33.

Mackinnon, William Henry, Sir. The Journal of the C.I.V. in South Africa. London: J. Murray, 1901.

Rose-Innes, Cosmo. With Paget's Horse to the Front. London: MacQueen, 1901. DT932R663.

Stirling, John. Our Regiments in South Africa, 1899-1902. Edinburgh: Blackwood, 1903. DT931.3S75.


British Strategy & Tactics
An Allegory on Outpost Duty and Tactics in the Boer War: a Treatise on Professionalism. Reprinted in 1908 (U165S8413) and 1986 (U240S96).

Baden-Powell, B.F.S. War in Practice:Tactical Lessons of the Campaign in South Africa, 1899-1902. London: Ibister, 1903. U105B3.

Great Britain. War Office. Military Report on Cape Colony. Vol. II, Routes. London: H.M.S.O., 1908.

Great Britain. Parliament. Parliamentary Papers Relating to the Administration of Martial Law in South Africa. London: HMSO, 1902. DT940G78.

Great Britain. Royal Commissions. His Majesty's Commissioners Appointed to Inquire into the Military Preparation and Other Matters Connected with the War in South Africa. London: HMSO, 1903. DT930G8.
[repeated in Governmental Documents above]

Miller, Stephen M. Lord Methuen and the British Army: Failure and Redemption in South Africa. London: Frank Cass, 1998 (Due out in October).

Sampson, Victor, & Hamilton, Ian. Anti-Commando. London: Faber & Faber, 1931. DT776W6S25.

Swinton, Ernest. 'Backsight Forethought: the Defence of Duffer's Drift'. United Service Mag 29(Jul & Aug 1904): pp. 398-413 & 516-37.


Commonwealth Involvement

»»Australia & New Zealand
Abbott, J.H.M. Tommy Cornstalk: Being Some Account of the Less Notable Features of the South African War from the Point of View of the Australian Ranks. London: Longmans Green, 1902.

Breaker Morant and the Boer War. [sound recording]. Sydney : A.B.C., 1981.

Brown, John. "Boers' Worst Enemies." Military History. (Aug 1993): pp. 55-60, 90. Per.
(Ref: Australian mounted troops)

Breaker Morant. [videorecording] / producer Matt Carroll ; director, Bruce Beresford. Hendon, South Australia: South Australian Film Corporation, 1980.

Bufton, John. Tasmanians in the Transvaal War. Hobart: Loone, 1905.

Crawford, J & Ellis, E. To Fight for the Empire: An Illustrated History of New Zealand and the South African War 1899-1902. Auckland: 1999.

Denton, Kit. Closed File. Adelaide: Rigby, 1983. 160 p. DT935D46.
[Ref: Research on the executions of Australian irregulars Harry 'Breaker' Morant & Peter Handcock in 1902 for the murder of enemy troops and a German missionary.]

Field, L. M. The Forgotten War: Australian Involvement in the South African Conflict of 1899-1902. Carlton, Vic: Melbourne University Press, 1979.

Gow, R & G. Boer War 1899 - 1902: Mafeking to the Manning, Letters from the Front. Wingham, NSW: Manning Valley Historical Society, 1999.

Green, Rev. James. The Story of the Australian Bushmen. Sydney: W. Brooks, 1903.

Hall, D.O.W. The New Zealanders in South Africa, 1899-1902. Wellington: Dept. Internal Affairs, 1949. DT0931.3H3.

Harvey, Len. Letters from the Veldt: an Account of the Involvement of Volunteers from Queensland at the War in South Africa (Boer War), 1899-1902. Hervey Bay: R & J McTaggert, 1994.

Hawdon, Sarah Elizabeth. New Zealanders and the Boer War, or, Soldiers from the Land of the Moa. Christchurch: Gordon and Gotch, [1902?].

Hetherington, L. 'Postscript to Mutiny: James Steele at Deniliquin, 1902', Sabretache XXXVI, 1995, pp. 22-25.

Ian Holder. Interviews with Boer War veterans [sound recording]. [Brisbane: s.n.], 1977.
[Interviewees: Fred Thompson, Alfred Ingold].

Howe, Geoff. Words of War: Australian Accounts of the South African War, 1899-1902. Sydney: Ancestral Trail Publications, 1999.

Hoy, Anthony. 'Counsel for the Breaker'. The Bulletin. April 4, 2000, pp. 34-36.
* Short exploration of the life of J.F. Thomas, counsel for 'Breaker' Morant and Harry Handcock (includes a rare photograph rescued from a rubbish dump, of Thomas standing at the grave of Morant).

Moore, James G. Harle (James Gerald Harle). With the Fourth New Zealand Rough Riders. Dunedin: Otago Daily Times and Wilness Newspapers Co., 1906.

Murray, P.L. (Pembroke Lathrop), ed. Official Records of the Australian Military Contingents to the War in South Africa. Melbourne: 1911?
[compiled and edited for the Australian Department of Defence].

The New South Wales Contingents for South Africa : Being a Pictorial Record of the Organisation of the Colonies' Forces for Active Service, and the Scenes of Unparalleled Enthusiasm Marking Their Departure for the Front. Sydney: New South Wales Bookstall Co., 1900.

Pedlar, D. 'Dogs and Other Macots' Sabretache XXXVI, 1995, pp. 30-33.
[This article is concerned with animals mentioned in connection with the New South Wales Citizens' Bushmen, particularly the dog, "Bushie". Bushie is described on the reverse of a photograph in the author's possession as, "The first dog officially sent to the South African War". ]

Perham, Trooper F. The Kimberley Flying Column: Boer War Reminiscences. (pamphlet, Timaru: New Zealand, 1957.)

Reay, W. T. Australians in War : with the Australian Regiment from Melbourne to Bloemfontein. Melbourne: Massina, 1900.

Ridpath, John Clark. The Story of South Africa. Sydney: Oceanic Pub. Co., 1899-[1901]
[See Vol II War in South Africa.]

Stirling, John (John Featherstone). The Colonials in South Africa. Edinburgh: Blackwood, 1907.

Sutton, Ralph [ed]. For Queen and Empire: a Boer War Chronicle. Sydney: New South Wales Military Historical Society, 1974.

Sweetman, J.P. 'Hands Up! Hands Up! You Karkee Devils! The Vaal River Piquet - Four West Australians, Prisoners of the Boers'. Sabretache XXXVII, 1996, pp. 26-33.

The Transvaal War : a Souvenir of the Queensland Contingent for Service in South Africa. Brisbane: Gordon and Gotch, 1899.

Wallace, Robert L. The Australians at the Boer War. Canberra : Australian War Memorial, 1976.

Wallace, Robert L. The Circumstances Surrounding the Siege of Elands River Post : a Boer War Study. Wollstonecraft, NSW : R.L. Wallace, 1992.

Wilkinson, Frank. Australia at the Front. London: Long,1901. DT931.5A8W54.

Witton, George R. Scapegoats of the Empire : the Story of the Bushveldt Carbineers. Melbourne: Paterson, 1907.


»»Canada

Buchan, Lawrence. With the Infantry in South Africa: A Lecture Delivered at the Canadian Military Institute. 3rd February, 1902. n.p.: n.d. 17 pp.

Canadian's in Khaki; South Africa, 1899-1900; Nominal Rolls of the Officers, Non-Commisioned Officers & Men of the Canadian Contingent and Strathcona's Horse with Casualties to Date and also R.M.C. Graduates with the Army in South Africa. Montreal: Herald Pub. Co., 1900. 127 pp.

Hart-McHarg, William. From Quebec to Pretoria with the Royal Canadian Regiment. Toronto: W. Biggs, 1902. 276 pp.

Hubly, Russell C. "G" Company, or Everyday Life of the R.C.R.; Being a Descriptive Account of Typical Events in the Life of the First Canadian Contingent in South Africa. St. John, N.B.: J. & A. McMillan, 1901. 109 pp.

Labat Gaston P. Le Livre D'or (The Golden Book) of the Canadian Contingents in South Africa; with an Appendix on Canadian Loyalty, Containing Letters, Documents, Photographs. Montreal: n.p. 1901. v.p.

Marquis, T. G. Canada's Sons on Kopje and Veldt: an Historical Account of the Canadian Contingents Based on Official Dispatches. Toronto: The Canada's Sons Pub. Co., 1900. 490 pp.

McCormick, A. S. The Royal Canadians" in South Africa, 1899-1902. n.p.:n.d. 13 pp.

Miller, Carman. Painting the Map Red: Canada and the South African War, 1899-1902. (Canadian War Museum Historical Publication no. 28.) Montreal: Canadian War Museum and McGill-Queen's Univ. Press, 1993. 541 pp.

Roncetti, Gary A., and Edward E. Denby. "The Canadians"; Those Who Served in South Africa, 1899-1902. n.p.: E.E. Denby, [1979]. 248 pp.

Miller, Carman. Canada and the Boer War. N.F.B. of Canada [1970]. 18 pp

Ottawa's Heroes; Portraits and Biographies of the Ottawa Volunteers Killed in South Africa. Ottawa: Reynolds, 1900. 49 pp.

Reid, Brian A. Our Little Army in the Field: The Canadians in South Africa, 1899-1902. St. Catherines: Vanwell Publishing Ltd, 1996.

Sentiments of Celebration: Commemorating the Jubilee of the South African War, 1899-1902, and the "Peace of Vereeniging", May 31st, 1902. Toronto: 50th Anniversary South African War Committee, 1951. 85 pp.

Souvenir: Toronto Contingent of Volunteers for Service in Anglo-Boer War. Toronto: Toronto Print Co., 1899. 1 vol., unpaged.


Personal Narratvies (British & Commonwealth)
A Soldier's Diary: South Africa, 1899-1901. London: Max Goschen, 1913. DT932J32.

Beevor, W. With the Central Column in South Africa. London: King, 1903. DT939.5W57.

British Staff Officer. An Absent-minded War. London: Milne, 1900. DT931.3B74.

Churchill, Winston S. Ian Hamilton's March. London: Longmans, Green, 1900. DT932c17.

A Colonial Officer. Twenty-Five Years' Soldiering in South Africa. London: Melrose, 1909. DT76C64.

Curtis, Lionel. With Milner in South Africa. Oxford: Blackwell, 1951.

Daly, F. A. B. (Francis Augustus Bonner). Boer War Memories: Personal Experiences on the Early Stages of the War, 1899-1900. Melbourne: Wilke, 1935.

Fuller, J.F.C. The Last of the Gentleman's Wars. London: Faber & Faber, 1937. DT932F84.
(Ref: his journal of war.)

Goldman, Charles S. With General French and the Cavalry in South Africa. London: MacMillan, 1902. DT932G64.

Haskins, Caryl D. For the Queen in South Africa. London: Putnam, 1900. PZ3H363FO.

Hofmeyr, Adrian. The Story of My Captivity During the Transvaal War. London: Arnold, 1900. DT932H63.

Jackson, Murray C. A Soldier's Diary: South Africa, 1899-1901. London: Max Goschen, 1913. DT932J32.

London to Ladysmith via Pretoria. London: Longmans, Green, 1900. DT932c18.

Milne, James. The Epistles of Atkins. London: Fisher Unwin, 1902. DT932M54.

Musgrave, George C. In South Africa with Butler. Boston: Little, Brown, 1900. DT932M87.

Peel, Sidney. Trooper 8008 IY. London: Arnold, 1902. DT932P43.

Rankin, James R.L. A Subaltern's Letters to His Wife. NY: Longmans, Green, 1901. DT932R36.

Riall, Nicholas, [ed]. Boer War : The Letters, Diaries and Photographs of Malcolm Riall from the War in South Africa. London: Brassey's, 2000.
207 pp. No index. ISBN 1-85753-266-X.

Robinson, Charles N., ed. With Roberts to the Transvaal. London: Newnes, 1902. DT932R65.

Ross, P.T. A Yeoman's Letters. London: Simpkin, Marshall, Hamilton and Kent, 1901. DT932R67.

Sellers, W.E. From Aldershot to Pretoria. London: Religious Tract Society, 1900. DT938S46.

Steele, (Sir) Samuel Benfield. Forty Years in Canada: Reminiscences of the Great Northwest with Some Account of his Service in South Africa. Mollie Glen Niblett, ed. Toronto: McClelland, Goodchild & Stewart, 1915. 428 pp.


Boer Forces - General
The Boer War: Official Dispatches from Generals De la Rey, Smuts and Others. Philadelphia: Buchanan, 1902. 26 p. DT930A2B63.

Bester, Dr. Ron. Boer Rifles and Carbines of the Anglo-Boer War. The War Museum of the Boer Republics, Bloemfontein: 1994.

Brandt, J. The Petticoat Commando, or Boer Women in the Secret Service. London: Mills & Boon, 1913.

Dudley, Charles. 'The Boer View of Buller: New Evidence.' Army Quarterly 114 (Jul 1984): pp. 320-27. Per.

Hale, F. 'The Scandinavian Corps in the Second Anglo-Boer War.'_Historia_ Journal of the Historical Association of South Africa. Volume 45, Number 1, (May 2000): pp. 220-237. Per.

McCracken, Donal, P. MacBride's Brigade: Irish Commandos In The Anglo-Boer War. Dublin: Four Courts, 2000.

Pretorius, Prof. Fransjohan. Kommandolewe Tydens Die Anglo-Boereoorlog 1899-1902. Pretoria: Human & Rousseau, 1991.
[also available in abridged, large-print, titled Op Kommando. Voortrekkerhoogte: Makro Boeke, 1992.

Pretorius, F. Life on Commando During the Anglo-Boer War, 1899-1902. Pretoria: University of South Africa Press, 1998.
[English version of Kommandolewe Tydens Die Anglo-Boereoorlog 1899-1902.]

Ruda, Richard. 'The Irish Transvaal Brigades'. The Irish Sword. Dublin: vxi (1973-4), pp-201-211.

Scholtz, Leopold [ed]. Beroemde Suid-Afrikaanse Krygsmanne. Cape Town: Rubicon-Pers, 1984.

Shearing, David & Taffy. Commandant Johannes Lötter and his Rebels. Sedgefield: D & T Shearing, 1998.
E-mail authors at david.taffy@pixie.co.za for information on the book and purchase details.

Shearing, David and Taffy. General Jan Smuts and His Long Ride. Sedgefield: Privately Printed, 2000.
(Cape-Commando Series No.3). 248 pp. Index. $29.95 (cloth), ISBN 0-620-26750-X.
E-mail authors at david.taffy@pixie.co.za for information on the book and purchase details.

Trew, Peter The Boer War Generals. Stroud: Sutton, 1999.
Go here for a review of this book.

Van der Byl, C.F. Patrolling in South Africa. Aldershot: Gale & Polden, 1902. U220V36.


Personal Narratives (Boer & Foreign Volunteers)
Blake, J.Y.F. A West Pointer with the Boers. Boston: Angel Guardian, 1903. DT932B62.

Burnham , F.R. Scouting on Two Continents. NY: Doubleday Page, 1927. DT776B87.

De La Rey, Mrs. A Woman's Wanderings and Trials During the Anglo-Boer War. London: Fisher Unwin, 1903. DT932D313.

D'Etechegoyen. Ten Months in the Field with the Boers. (1901)
[Ex-Lieutenant of Villebois-Mareuil]

Hillegas, Howard C. With the Boer Forces. London: Methuen,1900. DT932H62.

Klaussmann, A. Oskar (Anton Oskar). General Christian de Wet's Der Kampf Zwischen Bur und Brite. Kattowitz: K. Siwinna, 1903.
[Abridged and translated adaptation of De Strijd Tusschen Boer en Brit.]

Leyds, W. J. Kruger Days. 1939. [other details unavailable]

Pretorius, H.F. Sidelights on the March. London: Murray,1901. DT932M3.

Reitz, Deneys. Commando: An Afrikaner Journal of the Boer War. NY: Sarpedon, 1993; orig pub 1929. 286 p. DT932R4.

Sternberg, Count. My Experiences of the Boer War [Meine Erlebnisse und Erfahrungen im Boerenkriege]. London: Longmans, Green, 1901. DT932S8.

Unger, Frederic W. With Bobs and Kruger. Phila: Coates,1901. DT932U53.

Van Warmelo, Dietlof. On Commando. London: Methuen, 1902.
[Translation of: Mijn Commando en Guerilla Commando-Leven.]

De Wet, Christiaan R. Three Years' War [Die Stryd Tussen Boer en Brit]. NY: Scribner's,1902. 448 p. DT930D513.


Logistics - General
Richardson, Wodehouse. With the Army Service Corps in South Africa. London: Richardson, 1903. DT931.3R52.

White, William R. "With the British in South Africa: Supply Problems of the Boer War." QM Rev 11 (Jan-Feb 1932): p. 20. Per.



»»Transportation

Girouard, E.P.C. History of the Railways During the War in South Africa, 1899-1902. London: HMSO, 1903. DT935G57.

Great Britain. Royal Commissions. Detailed History of the Railways in the South African War, 1899-1902. Chatham: Royal Engrs Inst., 1904. UC315G71D47.

Rimington, M.F. Horse in Recent War. Dublin: Mil. Soc. of Ireland, 1904. UC600R574.

Schofield, G.P. Report on Steam Road Transport in South Africa. London: HMSO, 1903. UC345G71S36.



»»Other Support/Services

"Deeds of the Royal Engineers." Royal Engineers Journal. (Jun 1917): pp. 249-56. Per.
(Ref: 23d Co, Royal Engrs at Ladysmith.)

Hippisley, R.L. History of the Telegraph Operations During the War in South Africa, 1899-1902. London: HMSO, 1903. DT935H56.

Mitteilungen, des Ingenieur-Komitees, ed. Die Royal Engineers in South African Kriege, 1899-1902. Berlin: Sellist Verlagdes Ingenieur Komitees, n.d. DT931.3P97.

Rowe, Kenneth. The Postal History of the Canadian Contingents in the Anglo- Boer War, 1899-1902. (Handbook #1 1981), Toronto: Vincent G. Greene Philatelic Research Foundation, 1981. 104 pp.


Medical Services
The Ghastly Blunders of the War: A Guide to the Report of the Red Cross on the South African War, 1899-1900. London: Daily Mail, 1901. DT930H2G42.

Bowdler, C. Report of the Commissioner on the Mobilization of the Brigade for Service in South Africa, 1899-1900. London: Cull, 1900. 30 p. UH319.1899/1902.S14.

Bowlby, Anthony A., et al. A Civilian War Hospital. London: Murray, 1901. UM115.1899/1902.C5.

British Red Cross. Report by the Central British Red Cross Committee on Voluntary Organizations in Aid of the Sick and Wounded During the South African War. London: HMSO, 1902. 209 p. UM115.1899/1902.R42.

Burdett-Coutts, William L. The Sick and Wounded in South Africa: What I Saw and Said to Them and of the Army Medical System. London: Cassell, 1900. 260 p. UM115.1899/1902.B8.

Canadian Red Cross Society. First Report, Canadian Red Cross Society, Canadian Branch of the British National Society for Aid to the Sick and Wounded in War: South African War from October 21st, 1899, to June 1st, 1902. n.p., n.d. 80 p. UH319.1899/1902/R31.

Fremantle, Francis E. Impressions of a Doctor in Khaki. London: Murray, 1901. 549 p. UM115.1899/1902.F7.

Great Britain. Royal Commission on South African Hospitals. Report of the Royal Commission Appointed to Consider and Report Upon the Care and Treatment of the Sick and Wounded during the South African Campaign. London: HMSO, 1901. 76 p. UH319.1899/1902.A4.

Hay, Ian. One Hundred Years of Army Nursing. London: 1953.
Publisher's details unavailable.

Royal Commission on the War in South Africa. Minutes of Evidence Taken Before the Royal Commission on the War in South Africa. 3 vols. London: Wyman, 1903. DT930G7.
[See pp. 152-71 and 472-508 of Vol 1; pp. 1-9 and 472-74 of Vol 2; and pp. 266-67 of Vol 3.]

Makins, George H. Surgical Experience in South Africa, 1899-1900. Phila: Blakisten, 1903. RD96.3M3.

One Who Knows [anon. author]. The Army Medical System: What It Is, Is Not, and Ought to Be. London: Sands, 1903. UM57053.

Pagaard, Stephen A. "Disease and the British Army in South Africa, 1899-1900." Mil Affairs 50 (Apr 1986): pp.71-76. Per.

Portland Hospital. Staff. A Civilian's War Hospital. London: Murray, 1901. UM200.38P6.

Ryerson, G. Sterling. Medical and Surgical Experience in the South African War. Toronto: Toronto Clinical Society, 1903. UM115R9.

Schmitz, Christopher. We Too Were Soldiers: Experiences of British Nurses in the Anglo-Boer War.
Other details unavailable.

Simpson, R.J. The Medical History of the War in South Africa: An Epidemiological Essay. London: HMSO, 1911. 236 p. UM115.1899/1902.S5.

Sister X [anon.author]. The Tragedy and Comedy of War Hospitals. London: Murray, 1906. 185 p. UM115.1899/1902.T7.

Stevenson, W.F., [ed] Report on the Surgical Cases Noted in the South African War, 1899-1902. London: HMSO, 1905. UM115S7.

Summers, Anne. Angels and Citizens. British Women as Military Nurses 1854-1914. London: Routledge and Kegan Paul, 1988.

Treves, Frederick. The Tale of a Field Hospital. London: Cassell, 1900. DT938T73.

Wilson, W.D. Report on the Medical Arrangements in the South African War. London: HMSO, 1904. 395 p. UM115.1899/1902.G72.


Concentration and P.O.W. Camps
Coetzer, Owen. Fire in the Sky: the destruction of the Orange Free State, 1899-1902. Johannesburg: Covos Day Books, 2000.

Commission of Ladies Report on the Concentration Camps in South Africa. London: HMSO, 1902. DT937G68.

Emmett, W.A.C. "Reminiscences of a Boer Prisoner of War at Bermuda," Africana Notes and News, 28, 1, 1988, pp.16-28.
(Emmett was the Brother-in-law of Louis Botha, Commandant-General of the Transvaal army)

Hobhouse, Emily. The Brunt of the War and Where it Fell. London: Methuen, 1902. DT937H62.

Martin, A. C. The Concentration Camps, 1900-1902 : Facts, Figures, and Fables. Cape Town: Timmins, [1957?].

Pretorius, J.Celestine, Ferreira, O.J.O. "'n Dag in die lewe van 'n Boerekrygsgevangene op die Bermuda Eilande tydens die Anglo-Boereoorlog (1899-1902), beskryf deur H.G.Thiel," South African Journal of Cultural History vol. 10, 1996, pp.87-114.

Reports on the Working of the Refugee Camps in the Transvaal, Orange River Colony, Cape Colony, and Natal. London: HMSO, 1901. DT937G73.

Raath, Prof. A.W.G. Konsentrasiekamp Gedenkreeks. Bloemfontein: Oorlogsmuseum van die Boererepublieke (Military Museum of the Boer Republics), 1991-?
[Series covering the Concentration Camps one-by-one]

Return of Numbers of Persons in the Concentration Camps in South Africa, June 1901. London: HMSO, 1901. DT937G7.

Schiel, Adolf. 23 Jahre Jahre Sturm und Sonnenschein in Sudafrika. Leipzig 1903, pp.553ff.

Thomson, S.J. The Transvaal Burgher Camps in South Africa. Allahabad: Pioneer, 1904. UM115T5.


Non-European Involvement
Comaroff, John. L. [ed] The Boer War Diary of Sol T. Plaatje: an African at Mafeking. London: Cardinal, 1976.

Labuschagne, Pieter. Ghostriders of the Anglo- Boer War (1899 - 1902): The Role and Contribution of Agterryers. Pretoria: University of South Africa Press, 1998.

Warwick, Peter. Black People and the South African War, 1899-1902. Cambridge: Cambridge University Press, 1983.

Warwick, Peter. Black Industrial Protest on the Witwatersrand 1901-02. York: York University Centre for South African Studies, 1975.


Biographical Accounts
Baird, William. General Wauchope. Edinburgh: Oliphant, Anderson and Ferrier, 1901. DA68.32W3B3.

Cassar, George. H. Kitchener: Architect of Victory. London: Kimber, 1977.

Cutlack, F.M. Breaker Morant: a Horseman Who Made History. Sydney: Ure Smith, 1962.

Fisher, John. Paul Kruger: His Life and Times. London: Secker and Warburg, 1974. DT929.8K8F57.

Hancock, W.K. & van der Poel, J., eds., Selections from the Smuts Papers. 7 vols, Cambridge: 1966-73.

Headlam, C., ed., The Milner Papers. 2 vols, London: 1931/1933.

Van den Heever, Christiaan. General J.B.M. Hertzog. Johannesburg: A.P.B. Bookstore, 1946.

Hillcourt, W & Lady Baden-Powell. The Two Lives of a Hero: Baden-Powell. London: Heinemann, 1964.

Juta, Marjorie. The Pace of the Ox: Life of Paul Kruger. 1937.
[other details unavailable]

Keene, J & Morris, A. Nelus. Huddersfield: Hamilton & Co. 1999.

Kochanski, Halik. Sir Garnet Wolseley: Victorian Hero. London: Hambledon Press, 1999.

Lehmann, Joseph, H. All Sir Garnet: A Life of Field Marshal Lord Wolseley. London: Jonathan Cape, 1964.

Meintjes, J. De la Rey, Lion of the West. Johannesburg: H. Keartland, 1966.

O'Brien, Adrian. Milner: Viscount Milner of St James's and Cape Town, 1854 - 1925. London: Constable, 1979.

Pollock, John. Kitchener: Architect of Victory, Artisan of Peace. 2001.

[other details unavailable]

Preston, Terence [ed]. Garnet Wolseley, South African Journal of Sir Garnet Wolseley, 1879-1880. 1973.

van Reenen, R., ed., Emily Hobhouse: Boer War Letters. Cape Town: 1984.

Rive, R., ed., Olive Schreiner, Letters 1871 - 1899. Cape Town: 1987.

Shearing, D & T. Commandant Johannes Lotter and his Rebels. (other details unavailable)
Available from David and Taffy Shearing at david.taffy@pixie.co.za

Shearing, D & T. Commandant Gideon Scheepers and the Search for his Grave. (other details unavailable)
Available from David and Taffy Shearing at david.taffy@pixie.co.za

Vindex (pseudonym of Verschoyle, J.), Cecil Rhodes: His Political Life and Speeches, 1881 - 1900. London: 1900.

Walker, E. A. W. P. Schreiner: a South African. 1937. [other details unavailable]

Wood, Clement. The Man Who Killed Kitchener: the Life of Fritz Joubert Duquesne. NY: Faro, 1932. DT929.8D8W6.


Literature/Literary References
Allinson, Sidney. Kruger's Gold. Philadelphia: Xlibris, 2001.

Chilsom, A.R. & Quinn, J.J. eds., The Verse of Christopher Brennan. Sydney: Angus & Robertson, 1960.
(Australian anti-[Boer] war poet and friend of Prof. George Arnold Wood)

Franklin, Miles. My Career Goes Bung. Melbourne: Georgian House, 1946.
[Australian anti-war author and friend of Christopher Brennan].

Franklin, Miles. Cockatoos: a Story of Youth and Exodists. Sydney: Angus & Robertson, 1954.

Graham, Harry. Coldstreamer: Ballads of the Boer War. 1902.

Harrison-Ford, David, ed. Fighting Words: Australian War Writing. Melbourne: Lothian, 1986.

Kerfve, Axel. Svenska Hjaeltar i Boerkriget. Romantiserade Skildringar Fraan Boerkriget. Stockholm: 1901

Kipling, Rudyard. The Five Nations. London: Methuen, 1903.

Padfield, Peter. Cold Chains of Empire. London: Hutchinson, 1982.

Trollope, Joanna [writing as Caroline Harvey]. The Steps of the Sun. London: Hutchinson, 1983.

Uddgren, H.E. Hjaeltarna vid Magersfontein. Stockholm: 1924.

Van Wyk Smith, M. Drummer Hodge: the Poetry of the Anglo-Boer War, 1899-1902. Oxford: 1978.

Walker, Shirley. 'The Boer War: Patterson, Abbott, Brennan, Miles Franklin and Morant'. Australian Literary Studies, 12 (1985), pp. 207-222.


Miscellaneous Related Material
Avant, Deborah. 'The Institutional Sources of Military Doctrine: The US in Vietnam & Britain in the Boer War and Malaya'. PhD dissertation, University of California, San Diego, 1991. 373 p. UA11A92.
[See Chap VI.]

Dugdale, E.T.S., ed., German Diplomatic Documents, 1871 - 1914. 4 vols, New York: 1969.

Eybers, G.W., ed., Select Constituional Documents Illustrating South African History, 1795 - 1910. London: 1918.

Mabin, A. & Conradie, B., eds., The Confidence of the Whole Country: Standard Bank Reports on Economic Conditions in Southern Africa, 1865 - 1902. Johannesburg: 1987.

McKernan, M. and Browne, M, eds. Australia, Two centuries of War and Peace. ACT: Australian War Memorial, 1988.

Murray, Colin. Black Mountain: Land, Class and Power in the Eastern Orange Free State, 1880s to 1980s. Washington, D.C: Smithsonian Institution Press, 1992.
[See pp 53-4, p. 65, p. 247, pp. 53-4, 54-7, p. 265, Ch. 2.]

Olin, K.G.. Afrikafeber. (Africa Fever), Jakobstad, Finland: Ab Olimex Oy, 2000.
(Several richly illustrated chapters of this book deal with the struggle of the Finlanders in the Scandinavian Corps and the battles of Magersfontein and Paardeberg. There is also a chapter on the fate of the Finnish P.O.W.s on St. Helena.)
Click here for the author's home page.

Pakenham, Thomas. The Scramble for Africa, 1876 - 1912. London: Abacus, 1991.
[See pp. 557-582.]

Pakenham, Elizabeth. Jameson's Raid. London: Weidenfeld & Nicolson, 1960.

 

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