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1 Christison Rare Books CATALOGUE 37 The Collection of R. de R. Jooste THE ANGLO-BOER WAR, South African History and Related Subjects (Part II)

2 With this catalogue, we are very pleased to offer the second part of the important collection of Dr R de R Jooste. Items remaining from the first catalogue, issued at the start of 2015, have also been included, and at no appreciation in price despite the weakening of the Rand the exchange rate applied to Catalogue 36 (GBP1:R17:20) has been retained for the residual items. The prices of all items shown in this catalogue are expressed in South African Rands. Currently, the Rand s value against major currencies is as follows: GBP1: R23; USD1: R16; EUR1:R17.50 Christison Rare Books Monthly Newsletter: Our popular monthly newsletter, which covers book news and our latest acquisitions, is available free of charge. Go to and sign up. Postal address: P O Box 24093, Bay West, 6034, South Africa Telephone: / (Lindsay) Fax: Payment: Visa, Mastercard and American Express. Electronic transfer (Account name: Lindsay Christison t/a Christison Rare Books; Bank: First National; Account number: ; Branch: Metlife Mall; Branch code: )

3 1. 'A Lady': Life at the Cape a Hundred Years Ago. By a Lady (Cape Town: C. Struik, 1963) Small 4to; original pale blue cloth, lettered in gilt on spine, with gilt device to upper cover; price-clipped pictorial dustwrapper, housed in removable protector; pp. (viii) + 119; plates after contemporary illustrations by Thomas Bowler. Dustwrapper very slightly rubbed and sunned; light browning. Very good condition. "What she tells is very interesting, especially about social customs. She writes about the 'upper-ten', the old Dutch and English families, their elegant houses, what they did and did not do, what they ate and drank, their picnic parties and their dance evenings; she also tells about the fishermen, the Malay tailors, and the whole somewhat untidy but colourful scenes of the 'men in the street'." R150 [740] 2. Ackermann, W. H.: Opsaal. Herinneringe aan die Tweede Vryheidsoorlog (Johannesburg: Voortrekkerpers, 1969) 8vo; original white cloth, lettered in black on spine, with Boer rider device in black to upper board; pictorial dustwrapper; pp (i); several photographs in text. Dustwrapper very slightly rubbed and foxed; trace of foxing to edges. Very good condition. Afrikaans text. "Die verhale van Oud-stryders wat in hierdie bundel verskyn, vertel van dié bitter jare in die Boerevolk se geskiedenis. Dit is verhale wat met eenvoud en ongekunsteldheid vertel word en juis daarom telkens so aangrypend is - verhale van swaarskry en onreg, maar nooit met bitterheid nie. Dit is verhale wat die leser by hernuwing vol bewondering laat vir die manne, vroue en kinders van Transvaal en die Vrystaat wat die magtige Brittanje aangedurf het - mense wat te midde van groot ellende en doodsgevaar tog so dikwels ook die humoristiese in 'n situasie gesien het en raak en gevat daarop kon reageer." R430 [359] 3. Alexander, E.G.M., with G.K.B. Barron and A.J. Bateman: South African Orders, Decorations and Medals (Cape Town: Human & Rousseau, 1986) 4to; original brown boards, lettered in white on spine; pictorial dustwrapper; pp. 160, incl. index; numerous illustrations of awards and their recipients, incl. some in full colour. Dustwrapper slightly browned to flaps and reverse side. Very good condition. "South African Orders, Decorations and Medals was written by authors representing the SA Army, Air Force and Navy, each an authority in his field, and is the standard reference on the subject of South Africa's many prestigious military and civil awards.... After a general historical overview and an explanation of the composition and manner of wearing of honours and awards, all current South African awards are described and illustrated in full colour." R800 [456] 4. Andersson, Charles John: Notes of Travel in South Africa (Cape Town: Struik, 1969) Number 192 of an edition limited to 750 copies. Africana Collectanea Series, Volume XXXI. Text facsimile of the Hurst and Blackett edition of vo; original green rexine, lettered in gilt on spine, with gilt publisher's device to upper cover; pictorial dustwrapper, housed in removable protector; pp. (vi) + xiii + (i) + 344, incl. index; frontis. portrait; plates. Dustwrapper and edges very slightly sunned. Very good condition. "This book [the third and final in Andersson's reminiscences, recounting events until soon before his death near the Cunene River] arouses sympathy for the author's sufferings but still kindles admiration for his endurance.... His diary, which was continued in a steady hand up to the time of his death, was published as Notes of Travel in South Africa in 1873 and was edited by L. Lloyd." R700 [743] 5. Axelson, Eric (editor), and others: Dias and his Successors (Cape Town: Saayman & Weber, 1988) Copy 479 of a limited edition. 4to; original light brown boards; laminated pictorial dustwrapper; pp. (xiv) +159, incl. index; several marginal and text illustrations; coastline map with Portuguese names and modern equivalents; several reproductions of Portuguese charts, with explanatory text. Near fine condition. "Bartolemeu Dias in 1488 rounded Africa and entered the Indian Ocean, with vital consequences for both Europe and Asia. The voyage was epoch-making. This volume, published on the fifth centenary of the voyage, contains information about the Dias voyage and subsequent Portuguese maritime activities in south African waters; it includes a section on the development of Portuguese nautical science, especially of marine cartography, during the period of the Discoveries and into the seventeenth century." R700 [879] 6. Barnard, C. J.: Die Vyf Swemmers. Die ontsnapping van Willie Steyn en vier medekrygsgevangenes uit Ceylon 1901 (Cape Town: Tafelberg, 1988) 8vo; original red boards, lettered in white on spine; laminated pictorial dustwrapper; pp. (x) + 229, incl. index; plates; maps. Dustwrapper sunned on spine panel; trace of light foxing to top edge and endpapers. Very good condition. Afrikaans text. 'Die vyf swemmers is 'n merkwaardige "ware verhaal" uit die Tweede Vryheidsoorlog ( ). Die vertel van die gevangeneming van Willie Steyn en 'n paar krygsmakkers in die Vrystaat, hul gevangenskap in die Groenpuntse kamp en aan boord van 'n Britse skip op die lang vaart van Kaapstad na Ceylon (tans Sri Lanka); die waaghalsige ontsnapping van Willie en vier medegevangenes in die hawe van Colombo; en hul terugkeer na kommando deur Rusland, die vasteland van Europa en Duits-Suidwes-Afrika. Dit was die merkwaardigste ontsnapping deur krygsgevangenes in daardie oorlog en een van die klassieke ontsnappings in die Suid-Afrikaanse krygsgeskiedenis.' R344 [356] 7. Barthorp, Michael: The Anglo-Boer Wars (Durban: Bok Books in collaboration with Blandford Press, 1987) 4to; original red boards, lettered in gilt on spine; laminated pictorial wrappers, housed in removable protector; endpaper map; pp. 176, incl. index; profusely illustrated. Dustwrapper a little sunned on spine panel; trace of spotting to top edge. Very good condition. "This book is the fourth in a series of illustrated narrative histories of the British Army's colonial campaigns in the last century. It seeks to outline, within the confines of one volume, Britain's attempts to deprive the Afrikaners of the independence they had striven for since the seventeenth century, not only during the Anglo- Boer War of but also in the earlier clashes between Briton and Boer since Britain acquired the Cape of Good Hope in the Napoleonic War." R150 [405]

4 8. Beet, George: The Grand Old Days of the Diamond Fields. Memories of Past Times with the Diggers of Diamondia (Cape Town: Maskew Miller, [1931]) 8vo; original red cloth lettered in black on spine and upper cover; pp. xix + (i) + 192, incl. index; illustrations. Very slightly crumpled at extremities of sunned spine; light browning to endpapers; some fox spots. Very good condition. "The discovery of the South African alluvial diamond fields in 1866 came as a veritable surprise to the whole world. The real rush to the new El Dorado began in 1869, when eager fortuneseekers pressed in from all parts of the sub-continent and overseas, and ranged themselves along the middle section of the Vaal River.... Scarcely a soul in all this multitude had the vaguest idea of what a diamond looked like in its rough state, but all were well aware of its preciousness and value." R500 [728] 9. Belfield, Eversley: The Boer War (London: Leo Cooper, 1975) 8vo; original black boards, lettered in gilt on spine; laminated pictorial dustwrapper; endpaper map; pp. xxvi + 181, incl. index; plates. Very good condition. A volume in the 'Concise Campaigns' series. R86 [298] 10. Bell, May: They Came From a Far Land (Cape Town: Maskew Miller, 1963) 8vo; original pale boards, lettered in gilt on spine; pictorial dustwrapper, housed in removable protector; pp. xv + (i) + 182; plates. Dustwrapper very slightly rubbed and sunned, with short tear to top edge of upper panel; trace of foxing to endpapers and edges. Very good condition. 'To the credit of the descendants of the 1820 Settlers a considerable amount of literature is now available about these pioneers and their times in South Africa. This book by May Bell, while covering some of the same historical facts, as is inevitable in any work on the Settlers, is the story of particular families, notably the George Woods and the Hooles. As she herself says, "it is the story of the intertwined lives of a few of the people" who made Eastern Province history.' R500 [703] 11. Beukes, Piet: The Romantic Smuts. Women and love in his life (Cape Town: Human & Rousseau, 1992) 8vo; laminated pictorial boards; pp. 176; plates. Sunned on spine. Very good condition. "In The Romantic Smuts Piet Beukes, pioneering South African journalist and commentator on international affairs who had close contact with Smuts, analyses his relationships and reveals the tender and romantic side of his personality that was always hidden from the outside world." R172 [335] 12. Beyers, Coenraad, and others: Laaste Lewensjare en Heengaan van President Kruger [Archives Year Book for South African History, Fourth Year, Part I / Argief-jaarboek vir Suid-Afrikaanse Geskiedenis, Vierde Jaargang, Deel I] (Pretoria: Ministry of the Interior, 1941) WITH: 'Die Groot Trek met betrekking tot ons Nasiegroei,' by Coenraad Beyers; 'The Northern Transvaal Voortrekkers,' by B. H. Dicke; 'Basutoland as a Factor in South African Politics ( ),' by Jean van der Poel, and 'The Control of Modern Departmental Records and Their Relation to the Archives,' by P. J. Venter. Two works in Afrikaans, and three in English. 276 x 178 mm; original printed wrappers; pp. (viii) + 247; folding map. Wrappers somewhat worn and soiled; faint hand-stamp of earlier owner (H. J. M. Guest of Klerksdorp) to upper cover; some foxing; trace of damp-stain to fore-edge of some leaves. Good. R500 [871] 13. Bodenstein, H. D. J.: Was Generaal Botha in 1900 'n Verrader? (Amsterdam: De Bussy / Cape Town: H.A.U.M., 1916) 8vo; original blue cloth, lettered in white to spine and upper cover; pp. iv Cloth rubbed and worn; earlier owner's book label to front free endpaper, and ownership inscription to title page; upper hinge starting; a little foxing. Fair to good. Dutch text. (SABIB I, p. 224) "Contradiction of M.P.C. Valter's accusations against General Botha in his 'Louis Botha contra Generaal de Wet' and 'Generaal Botha tijdens den Engelsch-Afrikaanschen Oorlog in 1900.' " - SABIB R200 [422] 14. Bodenstein, H. D. J.: Was Generaal Botha in 1900 'n Verrader? (Amsterdam: De Bussy / Cape Town: H.A.U.M., 1916) 8vo; original blue cloth, lettered in white to spine and upper cover; pp. iv Boards lightly rubbed; slight bump to tail of spine; upper hinge starting; ownership inscriptions to pastedowns and to front free endpaper; regular browning throughout; occasional fox spot. Good condition. Dutch text. (SABIB I, p. 224) R258 [101] 15. Boshoff, S. P. E.: Volk en Taal van Suid-Afrika (Pretoria: J. H. de Bussy / Cape Town: H.A.U.M., 1921) Large 8vo; cloth-backed papered boards, lettered in black to upper cover and to paper spineonlay; pp. (vi) + 464, incl. index. Covers somewhat worn and soiled; binding slack; some pencilled annotations and underlining in a neat hand to early leaves; a little foxing. Good condition. Afrikaans text. (Nienaber I, p. 55) "In 1917 he obtained a permanent appointment at the Potchefstroom University College for CHE, a post he held until It was during this time that he returned to Amsterdam where he completed his studies and in 1921 was awarded a doctor's degree cum laude at the university on the lengthy thesis, Volk en taal van Suid-Afrika. This was a broad exposition of the Afrikaans vocabulary in a historical context." - DSAB V, p. 64 R600 [908] 16. Boyce, W. B.: Notes on South African Affairs (Cape Town: Struik, 1971) Volume 39 in the Africana Collectanea series. Number 343 of an edition limited to 1000 copies. Facsimile reprint of the Grahamstown printing of vo; original maroon buckram gilt; pictorial dustwrapper, housed in removable protector; pp. (xii) + xvii + (i) + xvii + (i) (i) + xxxvi + ix. Dustwrapper a little rubbed and edgeworn; some foxing to edges and endpapers. Very good condition. 'William Bennington Boyce was the trusted adviser to Sir Benjamin d'urban during the Sixth Kaffir War, However, the part played by Wesleyan missionaries during that war brought them into disfavour in England, and Boyce himself was strongly criticised. This led him to set out his opinions unequivocally in his "Notes on South African Affairs". He pays much attention to Captain Stockenstrom's Border Policy and makes many suggestions on it. He also deals with the Great Trek and describes the relation of the emigrant Boers towards the aborigines. Boyce's knowledge of the Xhosa and their language was far superior to many important persons of the time and he had written and published the first ever Xhosa grammar. Other important

5 persons whom he deals with in detail are Piet Retief, Dingaan, Dr John Phillips (sic), William Shaw, Thomas Pringle and John Fairbairn.' R350 [709] 17. Bradlow, Frank R.: Africana Books & Pictures. A Selection of Published Papers (Cape Town: A. A. Balkema, 1975) 8vo; original maroon boards, lettered in gilt on spine, with gilt publisher's device to upper cover; pictorial dustwrapper, in removable protector; pp. viii + 136; blackand-white reproductions. Very good condition. "This book represents years of research into certain features of nineteenth-century South African art and artists and offers a comprehensive impression of this widely-developing field to specialist collectors and enthusiasts. Although the main theme is Africana art, a variety of associated topics is covered - including an overall survey of Africana, both written and pictorial." R300 [835] 18. Brandt, Johanna: Die Kappie Kommando, of Boerevrouwen in Geheime Dienst (Cape Town: H.A.U.M., 1915) 8vo; cloth-backed papered boards, lettered in dark brown to spine and upper board, with woman's bonneted head to upper board; pp. xiv + (ii) + 376; plates. Cover a little tanned and rubbed; contemporary ownership inscription pencilled to front free endpaper; hinges just starting; trace of foxing to edges, occasional fox spot elsewhere. Very good condition. Dutch text. (SABIB 1, p. 273) 'Die Kappie Kommando' was "a Dutch translation of the original English edition 'The petticoat commando or Boer women in secret service' (1913)... " (DSAB IV, p. 55), which is described by Hackett as "An account of work done by Boer women patriots during the struggle for independence. The narrative is based on a war diary relating events in the district of Pretoria, then under martial law." (R. G. Hackett: South African War Books - An illustrated bibliography, p. 46 R602 [172] 19. Brandt-Van Warmelo, Johanna: Het Concentratie- Kamp van Iréne (Amsterdam & Cape Town: H.A.U.M., 1905) 8vo; pale green cloth, lettered in black to upper cover, enclosing original printed wrappers; pp. (viii) + 130; frontis. portrait and another portrait plate. Cloth partially sunned; some moderate foxing. Very good condition. Dutch text. (Mendelssohn II, p. 561) "With her mother she was one of the six volunteer nurses from Pretoria who assisted in the concentration camp at Irene. The desperate conditions in this camp were made known to the outside world by Mrs Van Warmelo and Johanna Brandt by means of a sympathetic person's silver cigarette case. A full description was smuggled out in this manner to the well-disposed journalist W. T. Stead and widely circulated through his journal 'Review of Reviews'. Johanna Brandt's war experiences formed the basis of two of her books, 'The Irene concentration camp' (1904), which was published the following year in Dutch under the title 'Het concentratie-kamp van Irene', and the wellknown 'Die kappie kommando, of Boerevrouwen in geheime dienst' (1913)." - DSAB IV, p. 55 R1118 [860] 20. Breytenbach, J. H. (editor): Gedenkalbum van die Tweede Vryheidsoorlog (Cape Town: Nasionale Pers, 1949) Imperial 8vo; original green cloth, with gilt device to upper cover, lettered in black on spine; pp. xii + 604, incl. index; profusely illustrated. Spine very slightly worn at extremities; earlier owner's name signed on front free endpaper; trace of foxing to edges; archival tape strengthening to gutter between frontis. and title page. Good to very good condition. Afrikaans text. Uncommon account of the Republican cause during the South African War of , produced to coincide with the fiftieth anniversary of the commencement of hostilities. "Met die Gedenkalbum van die Tweede Vryheidsoorlog, wat hiermee die volk van Suid-Afrika aangebied word, wil ons 'n bydrae van meer as verbygaande waarde lewer om die vyftigste verjaardag van die uitbreek van die grootste oorlog wat ooit op die vlaktes van ons vaderland gewoed het, op gepaste wyse te herdenk. Langs dié weg wil ons hulde betuig aan 'n voorgeslag wat deur sy dapperheid en deursettingsvermoë onsterflik geword het in die geskiedenis, nie alleen van ons eie land nie, maar van die wêreld, en tegelykertyd die dade waardeur hy onsterflikheid verwerf het, weer in die herinnering bring van die nakomelinge, die Afrikaanse volk van vandag." R774 [410] 21. Breytenbach, J. H.: Die Tweede Vryheidsoorlog (Cape Town: Nasionale Pers, 1948 and 1949) Author's presentation inscription to front free endpaper verso in first volume. 2 small, squarish 8vo volumes; original black cloth, lettered in gilt on spines; pp. (vi) + ix + (i) + 406, x + 381; endpaper map to first volume; photographs. Cloth very slightly rubbed; signed by earlier owner on front pastedown of second volume. Very good condition. Afrikaans text. These books were the precursors of Breytenbach's great magnum opus, the sixvolume 'Geskiedenis van die Tweede Vryheidsoorlog in Suid- Afrika, '. Their themes are 'I. Voorspel tot die Stryd', and 'II. Ontplooing van die Boere-offensief Oktober 1899'. They are arguably the earliest works of serious historiography on the subject by an Afrikaans writer. R1892 [37] 22. Breytenbach, J. H.: Die Tweede Vryheidsoorlog (Cape Town: Nasionale Pers, 1948 and 1949) 2 small, squarish 8vo volumes; original black cloth, lettered in gilt on spines; pp. (vi) + ix + (i) + 406, x + 381; endpaper map to first volume; photographs. Trace of light stippling to cloth; fore-edge of front pastedown a touch fishmothed in second volume. Very good condition. Afrikaans text. R1720 [36] 23. Breytenbach, J. H., and Jan Ploeger: Majuba Gedenkboek. Uitgegee ter herdenking van die Boere se stryd ter verkryging van hul onafhanklikheid 'n eeu gelede (Roodepoort: CUM Boeke, 1980) Number 127 of an edition limited to 2000 copies. 4to; original brown boards, lettered in gilt on spine; laminated pictorial dustwrapper; pictorial endpapers; pp. (viii) + 226, incl. index; monochrome illustrations throughout. Trace of foxing to endpapers and

6 edges. Very good condition. Afrikaans text. A lavishly illustrated account of the campaign surrounding the Battle of Majuba during the First Anglo-Boer War, the primary author of which is the greatest Afrikaner authority on the subject. R600 [863] 24. Brink, Adjutant J[an] N[eethling]: Oorlog en Ballingskap (Cape Town: Nasionale Pers, 1940) 8vo; original pale grey cloth blocked in black and green; pp. (vi) (iii); frontis. portrait; blackand-white photographic plates. Trace of spotting to cloth; earlier owner's name signed on front free endpaper. Very good condition. Afrikaans text. (Nienaber I, p. 66) Uncommon expanded version of the author's celebrated work Ceylon en de Bannelingen, which appeared in English under the title Recollections of a Boer Prisoner-of-War at Ceylon (HAUM, 1904). R. G. Hackett describes the earlier work as follows: "An historical and descriptive sketch of the island of Ceylon, with an account of the outward journey from South Africa and of life as experienced by Boer prisoners-of-war at Diyatalawa and Ragama camps." (South African War Books: An Illustrated Bibliography, p. 48) The 1940 revision contains a good deal more information, however, as the author explains in his foreword: "Die inhoud is aanmerklik uitgebrei en ook deur vier bykomende hoofstukke aangevul. Hierdie nuwe aanvulling handel oor gebeurtenisse in die oorlog, waartoe bogemelde [Ladybrand-, Ficksburg- en Senekal-] kommando's geen geringe deel bygedra het nie. Oorlogsgeskiedenis maak soms 'n aansienlike deel uit van die biografie van 'n volk en die groot gebeurtenis, wat as glorieryke tydperk van die volkstryd moet beskou word, mag nie in die vergetelheid wegsink nie, maar vir die nageslag behou bly." R430 [163] 25. Brink, J.N.: Ceylon en de Bannelingen (Amsterdam and Cape Town: H.A.U.M., 1904) 8vo; original olive green cloth blocked in gilt and blind; pictorial onlay on upper cover; blind-stamped emblem of Boer republics on lower cover; pp. (x) + 224; black-and-white photographic plates and illustrations in text. Trace of foxing to endpapers and edges. Exceptional condition. Dutch text. (SABIB 1, p. 283; uniform English edition: Hackett, pp. 48, 131) "An historical and descriptive sketch of the island of Ceylon, with an account of the outward journey from South Africa and of life as experienced by Boer prisoners-of-war at Diyatalawa and Ragama camps." - Hackett, p. 49. R516 [230] 26. Brits, J. P.: Tielman Roos. Sy rol in die Suid- Afrikaanse politiek, (Pretoria: Makro-Boeke, 1979) 8vo; original blue boards, lettered in white on spine; pictorial dustwrapper, housed in removable protector; pp. (x) + 506, incl. index; monochrome illustrations. Dustwrapper a little edgeworn and rubbed; gift inscription to front free endpaper; a little foxing to edges, endpapers and reverse of dustwrapper. Very good condition. Afrikaans text. '"Ek beskou politiek en so ook elke ding wat ons in hierdie lewe doen grotendeels as 'n spel - 'n baie ernstige spel... " Dit was Tielman Roos se woorde in die Volksraad op 27 Mei Baie het dit as sy politieke belydenis aanvaar, 'n uitspraak wat 'n mens van die joviale minister van Justisie kon verwag. Só het hulle Roos opgesom.... Die skrywer het in talle argiewe gedelf, die koerante en Hansards in dié tyd gefynkam en met verskeie tydgenote van Roos gesels. Belangrike nuwe gegewens oor Roos, soos die briefwisseling met sy vrou, het in dié werk tereggekom. Die Roos-figuur word lewendig voorgestel en teen die politieke agtergrond van die eerste drie en 'n half dekades van hierdie eeu geplaas. Roos se genialiteit as politikus, maar sy beperkinge as mens, wat ten slotte ook sy loopbaan beïnvloed, spreek uit die werk.' R400 [710] 27. Bufton, John: Tasmanians in the Transvaal War (Hobart: S. G. Loone, 1905) 4to; original charcoal cloth, lettered in gilt on upper cover; pp. (xvi) + 534; several photographic illustrations. Cloth damp-stained and worn; backstrip splitting along joints; gilt dull; endpapers a bit rippled; upper hinge starting between half-title and title leaves; small damp scar to bottom edge of final leaves. Externally fair only. Good internally. An uncommon work. (Hackett, p. 132; Mendelssohn I, p. 217) 'The volume contains a chapter entitled "Kruger's Characteristics," a summary of the negotiations between the Transvaal and Great Britain, and accounts of the experiences of the first contingent of Tasmanians, the Bushmen's contingent, the first and second Imperial Bushmen, the second federal contingent (Commonwealth Horse), and the first and third battalions. There are also articles giving the narrative of the prisoners, "The Last Roll Call," &c. &c. Part of the contents are in the form of journals, which are accompanied by a number of illustrations, and photographs of officers and men engaged in the campaign.' - Mendelssohn. R3440 [289] 28. Bulpin, T. V.: Lost Trails of the Transvaal (Cape Town: T. V. Bulpin, 1969) 8vo; original pictorial boards; endpaper map; pp. (viii) + 474, incl. index; colour plates; line drawings by A. A. Telford and C. T. A. Maberly in text. Cover very lightly rubbed; some foxing to page edges. Very good condition. R172 [138] 29. Bulpin, T. V.: Natal and the Zulu Country (Cape Town: Books of Africa, 1966) 8vo; original pictorial boards; endpaper map; pp. (viii) + 456, incl. index; line drawings in text; full-colour photographic plates. Edges lightly sunned. Very good condition. "Author's Note: Apart from a considerable amount of new material, this book includes the information contained in Shaka's Country and To the Shores of Natal, two works by the author now long out of print." This book, with the evocative Penny Miller illustrations, is Bulpin at his best. R250 [751] 30. Burger, S. J. (original text), and Thariza van Rensburg (introduction and annotations): Oorlogsjoernaal van S.J. Burger (Pretoria: Raad vir Geesteswetenskaplike Navorsing, 1977) Bronnepublikasie Nr. 5. 8vo; original orange cloth, lettered in black on spine; dustwrapper; pp. (x) + 219, incl. index; several photographs; folding maps. Dustwrapper slightly sunned on spine panel; a little foxing to edges and endpapers, occasional fox spot elsewhere. Very good condition. Dutch text, with Afrikaans notes. "As 'n gewone Vrystaatse burger gaan hy op kommando, veg en word

7 krygsgevangene na die oorgawe by Paardeberg. Aanvanklik in Kaapstad, maar later in Ceylon met baie tyd voor hande, skryf hy aantekeninge oor wat hy as ontwortelde in die vreemde ervaar. Hy beskik oor min geleerdheid, maar hy kan dink en hy kan skrywe en in patriots teken hy op wat hy belewe, droom en hoop. Hy delf in die verlede, kiek die hede, bevraagteken die toekoms. Sy waarneming is skerp. Baie dinge wat vir die moderne leser goed bekend is, gewaar 'n mens deur sy skrywe asof vir die eerste keer." R344 [486] 31. Burger, S. J. (original text), and Thariza van Rensburg (introduction and annotations): Oorlogsjoernaal van S.J. Burger (Pretoria: Raad vir Geesteswetenskaplike Navorsing, 1977) Bronnepublikasie Nr. 5. 8vo; original orange cloth, lettered in black on spine; dustwrapper; pp. (x) + 219, incl. index; several photographs; folding maps. Dustwrapper very slightly worn to top edge, and a bit sunned on spine panel; a little foxing to edges and endpapers. Very good condition. Dutch text, with Afrikaans notes. R344 [523] 32. Burman, Jose: Towards the Far Horizon. The Story of the Ox-wagon in South Africa (Cape Town: Human & Rousseau, 1988) 8vo; laminated pictorial boards; pp. 168; colour plates, black-and-white photographs. Slightly sunned on spine. Near fine condition. "Barely a hundred years ago the ox-wagon was still the most important means of transport in South Africa, and the wagon-building industry one of the largest enterprises in the predominantly rural economy of the country. The vital role of the ox-wagon in the history of South Africa cannot be overestimated: without this product of the skills of the new settlers and the oxen of the indigenous Khoikhoi, there would have been no opening up of the hinterland, no Kimberley diamond mines, no Witwatersrand goldfields and no Republic of South Africa. Jose Burman tells the whole story of the ox-wagon, its antecedents, its construction, the unsung technicians who built it, the dumb oxen that provided the motive power, and its use over two and half centuries in this country. Yet, Towards the Far Horizon is far more than the story of the ox-wagon: interwoven are tales of rare courage and vignettes of the discoverers, trekkers and transport riders who depended on their wagons for a livelihood, told in the inimitable style which has made Jose Burman such a popular writer on the highways and byways of South African history." R350 [736] 33. Burman, Jose: Who Really Discovered South Africa? (Cape Town: C. Struik, 1969) 4to; original green cloth, lettered in gilt on spine; pictorial dustwrapper in removable protector; endpaper maps; pp. x + 170; black-and-white plates; maps. Lower panel of dustwrapper very slightly rubbed; some spotting to top edge. Very good condition. "My first thought was to write a book on early explorers of South Africa. On consideration I decided to amend that to early discoverers. Superficially there may appear little difference, yet that difference is significant... the company of discoverers is much more exclusive - a place is only discovered on the first occasion, thereafter it is explored." R150 [704] 34. Buxton, Earl: General Botha (London: John Murray, 1924) 8vo; original green cloth, lettered in gilt on spine; no dustwrapper; pp. xv + (i) + 347, incl. index; publisher's catalogue; plates; maps, incl. folding. Cloth quite rubbed; lower hinge starting; trace of foxing to endpapers and edges. Good. "This is not a biography of General Botha, but an attempt to give a picture of the man - Prime Minister, Statesman, General, Leader, Companion and Friend. In following out this object, many questions and problems of importance are naturally dealt with and discussed. Lord Buxton's intimate association, both official and unofficial, with General Botha in South Africa, during the critical years of the War, enables him to write with special knowledge and authority." R150 [510] 35. Caldwell, Edmund (artist): Caldwell's Animals. Colour Reproductions of Animals from the Original Paintings in the Fehr Collection of Africana (Cape Town: Art Reproductions, no date) 4to; original salmon-coloured boards, lettered in grey on spine and with William Fehr's monogram to upper board; pictorial dustwrapper; unpaginated; sixteen full-page reproductions of Caldwell works, in colour and monochrome: pictures recto, and descriptive text to facing verso; introductory text. Dustwrapper a little rubbed and edgeworn. Very good condition. "E. Caldwell will always rank as one of the world's leading artists of wildlife.... The reproductions in this book are from the renowned collection of William Fehr... The pictures have given pleasure to so many thousands of visitors that sixteen of them have now been reproduced in this book in all their beauty and colour." R200 [897] 36. Carter, Thomas Fortescue: A Narrative of the Boer War: Its Causes and Results (London: John Macqueen / Cape Town: J. C. Juta, 1896, New Edition) Demy 8vo; original red cloth, lettered in gilt on spine and upper cover; pp. viii publisher's adverts. Cover rather worn and bumped; joints starting and binding slack; spine darkened, and frayed at head and tail; earlier owners' names signed on front endpaper; endpapers browned; foxed throughout, quite significantly so to the outermost leaves. (Mendelssohn I, p. 305 [1st edition]) 'The best work which has been published on the Boer War of up to date. The volume is divided into four Parts: (I.) The British in the Transvaal. (II.) The Battlefields. (III.) The Peace. (IV.) A Journey through the Transvaal. In dealing with the "indirect causes" of the war, Mr. Carter asserts that "there can be little doubt that an outbreak of hostilities was precipitated by one flagrant act of injustice on the part of the government at Pretoria." Colonel Lanyon's arbitrary and injudicious methods appear to have thoroughly incensed and disgusted the Boers, and the author confirms Lady Bellairs' statement that they believed the Administrator to be "a nigger", which helped to increase his unpopularity, while his despotic tendencies served to alienate even the loyally inclined inhabitants. "He showed a facility of making himself disagreeable to the Boers.... He tried to command the Transvaal, when he failed to govern it or manage it; having no sympathies for the Boers... he despised them and theirs as an inferior creation, &c." On the other hand, the author was of opinion that "If promises made by Sir T. Shepstone at the time of the annexation - promises which there is every reason to believe that he intended to carry out - had been fulfilled, the late disastrous war would never have happened." As regards the annexation, it is pointed out that although "the Free State, the Cape, and the Dutch press wrote condemning this act, the Daily News and other London Liberal journals gave approval to it; and reference is made to a work published in 1870, entitled Herinneringen uit Zuid Africa, by "an author devoid of British prejudices"... who, in

8 discussing the state of the Transvaal, remarks on "the confusion in the authority of the State; the stupid unwillingness of the Boers to assist in any way, &c. &c." Mr. Burgers, the President, is also quoted, and his remarks would serve to show that he, at all events, believed in the charge of slavery against the Boers, as he told his Volksraad, "You have ill-treated the natives, you have shot them down, you have sold them into slavery, and now you have to pay the penalty."' - Mendelssohn. R344 [147] 37. Cartwright, A.P.: Golden Age. The story of the industrialization of South Africa and the part played in it by the Corner House group of companies (Cape Town: Purnell, 1968) 8vo; original blue cloth, lettered in gilt on spine, and with gilt monogram to upper cover; laminated pictorial dustwrapper, housed in removable protector; pp. xviii + (ii) + 363, incl. index; numerous colour and black-andwhite photographs. Dustwrapper very slightly rubbed. Near fine condition. "'Golden Age' is the sequel to 'The Corner House', first published in It continues the story of two world-renowned companies, Rand Mines and The Central Mining & Investment Corporation, the first of which has been associated with the gold mines of South Africa for seventyfive years." R130 [750] 38. Carver, Field Marshal Lord: The Seven Ages of the British Army (London: Weidenfeld and Nicolson, 1984) 8vo; original black boards, lettered in gilt on spine; laminated dustwrapper; pp. xii + 332, incl. index; plates; maps. Dustwrapper spine panel sunned; trace of spotting to top edge and endpapers. Very good condition. "The seven ages are those of Cromwell; Marlborough; Wellington; Wolseley and Roberts; Haig; Montgomery; and Templer. By looking at the spectacular careers of these figures Lord Carver emphasizes the successive changes in the army's organization and purpose over the last three hundred years." R100 [746] 39. Carver, Field Marshall Lord: Twentieth-Century Warriors. The Development of the Armed Forces of the Major Military Nations in the Twentieth Century (London: Weidenfeld and Nicolson, 1987) 8vo; original black boards, lettered in gilt on spine; laminated dustwrapper; pp. (x) + 468, incl. index; maps. Regular light browning. Near fine condition. "In this masterly survey, Lord Carver reveals how unprepared the military machines often were for the actual conflicts which they were faced with on land, at sea or in the air." R130 [865] 40. Castle, H. G. (text), and Edward Mortelmans (artwork): Spion Kop (London: Almark, 1976) Small 4to; original dark blue boards, lettered in gilt on spine; price-clipped laminated pictorial dustwrapper, housed in removable protector; pp. 48; full-colour illustrations of combatants in uniform or typical dress; contemporary photographs and artwork; battle plans. Very good condition. A volume in the 'Great Battles' series. "This book contains 16 pages of colour illustrations and a number of contemporary photographs which show the personalities and ordinary soldiers involved in the battle, their uniforms, weapons and other equipment." R130 [578] 41. Celliers, Jan F. E. (original text), and A. G. Oberholster (introduction and notes): Oorlogsdagboek van Jan F.E. Celliers (Pretoria: Raad vir Geesteswetenskaplike Navorsing, 1978) Bronnepublikasie Nr. 7. 8vo; original orange cloth, with lettering to spine; pictorial dustwrapper; pp. (xii) + 408, incl. index; photographs; maps. Dustwrapper's spine panel lightly sunned; trace of tape marks to lower pastedown. Very good condition. Dutch text, with Afrikaans notes. " 'n Driekwarteeu na die gebeurtenis herleef opnuut die lyding en ondergang van 'n volk, aangeteken in 'n dagverhaal, opgediep uit briewe en sakboekies wat Jan F.E. Celliers te velde geskryf en wat tussen familierelieke vir die nageslag bewaar gebly het. Uit sy oorlogsdagboek leer 'n mens Celliers in sy middel-dertigerjare ken. Hy is iemand met 'n smaak vir die geskrewe word, geobsessioneerd om self te skryf en met 'n diepe belangstelling in die mens. Hy is egter hardhorend, slegsiende en gevolglik van sy medemens half afgesonderd. Hy leef na binne gekeer met sy sakboekie as vriend aan wie hy sy stemminge, lewensbeskouing en ervaringe toevertrou." R516 [488] 42. Changuion, Louis (compiler): Fotobiografie: Paul Kruger (Johannesburg: Perskor, 1973) 4to; original white pictorial boards; pictorial dustwrapper; pp. (xiv) + 229; profusely illustrated. Dustwrapper somewhat rubbed and very slightly edgeworn. Very good condition. Afrikaans text. "Hierdie biografie bied vir die eerste maal 'n volledige versameling foto's oor Paul Kruger. Die samesteller, Louis Changuion, het skitterend daarin geslaag om elke foto beknop, maar insiggewend te beskryf. Die identifikasie van die foto's het probleme gelewer, maar is deur deeglike navorsing opgelos. In die proses is ook baie mistastinge oor Paul Kruger weerlê. Die chronologiese rangskikking van die foto's bied 'n unieke beeld van Kruger as mens en as staatsman. Die visuele aanbieding is 'n ware tour de force in ons volksverlede en in die geskiedenis van een van ons grootste volksmanne." R900 [812] 43. Chisholm, Ruari: Ladysmith (Johannesburg: Jonathan Ball, 1979) Small 4to; original blue boards, lettered in silver gilt on spine; laminated pictorial dustwrapper; pp. 224, incl. index; maps; reproductions of contemporary photographs and artwork. Dustwrapper slightly sunned on spine panel; dustwrapper edges slightly curled, with archival tape repair to reverse of tear to bottom edge; some foxing to edges and endpapers. Very good condition. "Utilizing much hitherto unpublished information from contemporary sources in both Britain and South Africa, Ruari Chisholm tells the complete story of the campaign." R112 [450] 44. Cocks, Chris: Fireforce. One Man's War In The Rhodesian Light Infantry (Alberton: Galago, 1988, 1st edition) 241 x 166 mm; laminated pictorial wraps; pp. 255, incl. index; map; plates. A little sunned on spine; edges slightly foxed. Very good condition. "Fireforce is the compelling, brutal but true account of Chris Cocks' service in 3-Commando, Rhodesian Light Infantry, during the bush war. Fireforce is not for the squeamish, although it has been written with an unforgettable pathos and humour. It tells of face to face combat in the bush and death at point blank range. It is a book which does nothing to glamourise or glorify war." R258 [592]

9 45. Colonel C. W. Thompson, with Major N. D. H. Campbell, Capt. W. S. Whetherly and Capt. J. E. D. Holland: Seventh (Princess Royal's) Dragoon Guards. The Story of a Regiment. And, With the Regiment in South Africa ( ) (Liverpool: The "Daily Post" Printers, 1913) 4to; original maroon cloth over bevelled boards, blocked in black on upper cover; pp. (x) + 168; frontis. portrait; several plates and text illustrations; 16 maps and plans, incl. one large, folding. Extremities a little rubbed; three small perforations to lower joint; endpapers somewhat browned; occasional spotting. Very good condition. (Hackett, p. 191; SABIB 4, p. 488) "A volume in two parts. The South African War record, which forms the greater part of the book, is by Major N. D. H. Campbell, Capt. W. S. Whetherly & Capt. J. E. D. Holland." - Hackett: South African War Books. An Illustrated Bibliography, p The earlier part of the volume also considers the Frontier War of , to which chapter eight is devoted. The illustrations are excellent. R1720 [267] 46. Cory, Sir George E.: The Rise of South Africa. Vol. VI. Chapters One to Six [Archives Year Book for South African History, Second Year, Part I / Argief-jaarboek vir Suid-Afrikaanse Geskiedenis, Tweede Jaargang, Deel I] (Pretoria: Ministry of the Interior, 1939) 276 x 178 mm; original printed wrappers; pp. (iv) + xx Contents penned to fragment of backstrip; wrappers somewhat worn and soiled; hand-stamp of earlier owner (H. J. M. Guest of Klerksdorp) to upper cover; some foxing to edges. Good. This sixth volume completes the work published in five volumes during the author's lifetime. 'The Editors of the Archives Year Book have great pleasure in publishing this, the completed portion of the final volume of Sir George Cory's eminent work, "The Rise of South Africa," interrupted by his illness and death on 28th April, It was at first Sir George's intention to conclude his history, in four volumes, with the year 1846; but he subsequently extended his work to cover the year 1857 and expanded the text to six volumes. The present volume was to have contained about twelve chapters, the first six dealing mainly with Sir George Grey's administration, and including the establishment of the independent Republics in the North and the early history of the Church of England. Sir George was engaged in collating his material for the seventh chapter of his work when failing health overtook him and he was prevented from completing his beloved task.' R500 [869] 47. Coulson, David (photographs), and James Clarke (text): Mountain Odyssey in Southern Africa (Johannesburg: Macmillan, 1983) Small folio; original blue boards; laminated pictorial dustwrapper; endpaper maps; pp. 240, incl. index; several maps and monochrome illustrations; full-colour photographic plates. Dustwrapper ever so slightly rubbed, and trace of sunning to spine panel; few fox spots to top edge. Very good to near fine condition. "Mountain Odyssey covers a vast area both in terms of scale and content. Filled with information on all the major ranges, it serves admirably as a unique work of reference on the mountains of Southern Africa, as well as a pictorial treasury for all those who share a love of wild places." R150 [898] 48. Crafford, F. S.: Jan Smuts. A Biography (Cape Town: Howard B. Timmins, 1945) 8vo; original blue cloth, lettered in silver gilt on spine; pictorial dustwrapper; pp. xi + (iii) + 369, incl. index; plates; map. Dustwrapper rubbed and torn, with loss; archival tape strengthening to upper hinge and a small section of lower hinge. Good condition. "... the most instructive, the most illuminating, and the most authentic life of General Smuts that has appeared so far... " R86 [342] 49. Crealock, John (author), and Chris Hummel (editor): The Frontier War Journal of Major John Crealock A Narrative of the Ninth Frontier War by the Assistant Military secretary to Lieutenant General Thesiger (Cape Town: Van Riebeeck Society, 1989) Second Series No vo; original dark grey cloth, lettered in gilt on spine, with gilt publisher's device to upper cover; laminated pictorial dustwrapper; pp. xix + (i) + 195, incl. index; endpaper map; frontis. portrait tipped in; several maps and illustrations. Dustwrapper spine panel sunned; trace of foxing to top edge. Very good condition. "Major John North Crealock ( ) fought in a number of colonial wars, including the Indian Mutiny and the Anglo-Zulu War. This volume is a detailed account of the warfare conducted against the Xhosa in the last phases of the frontier war of Opinionated and inefficient, Crealock nevertheless gives a sober account of the military situation." R200 [821] 50. Creswicke, Louis: South Africa and the Transvaal War (7 volumes in 4) (Edinburgh: T. C. & E. C. Jack, [ca. 1902]) 4 uniform squarish royal 8vo volumes (250 x 190 mm each); half red morocco and cloth sides; spines lettered in gilt; line borders and spine compartments blocked in gilt; all edges gilt; marbled endpapers. Pagination: First book (Vol. I-II): pp. xii + 200, viii (iii); Second book (Vol. III- IV): pp. viii + 200, viii + 216; Third book (Vol. V-VI): pp. viii + 199, viii + 216; Fourth book (Vol. VII): pp. xvi + 214; profusely illustrated with plates, some of which are in full colour, maps, incl. folding, all of which present. Covers a bit worn and cloth somewhat stippled; backstrips of second and third books worn at extremities, that of final book (Vol. VII) partially disintegrated and torn along length of lower joint; front free endpaper of final book (Vol. VII) removed; occasional fox spot. A good set, including the supplementary seventh volume, which carries the account to the guerilla phase of hostilities and the peace negotiations - a further eighth supplementary volume, dealing with the country's future prospects, is not included. In contrast with the information in both Mendelssohn and Hackett, but as allowed for in SABIB 1, the seventh volume of the set on offer is also the Edinburgh imprint, and not by The Caxton Publishing Co. Again, as noted among variant imprints in SABIB, each volume of this set has D. E. M'Connell & Co. of Cape Town (or Cape Town and Johannesburg) added on the title page. (Mendelssohn I, p. 392; Hackett, pp. 80, 139; SABIB 1, p. 647) "A comprehensive history of the war in six volumes, with supplementary vols. VII & VIII dealing with the guerilla campaign and South Africa and its future. Vols.I-VII contain a chronological table of events and various appendices, including extracts from official correspondence, casualties, deaths from disease, biographical notes of eminent persons engaged in the war, and a list of recipients of the Victoria Cross. Vol. VII has a table showing composition and distribution of columns operating in various sectors from Feb The volumes are illustrated throughout with folding (and other) maps, photographs and drawings, including numerous colour plates. An attractive and informative work." - Hackett, p. 80 R1900 [508]

10 51. Crocker, Chester A.: High Noon in in Southern Africa. Making Peace in a Rough Neighbourhood (Johannesburg: Jonathan Ball, 1992) 8vo; original red boards, lettered in white on spine; laminated pictorial dustwrapper; pp. 533, incl. index; photographs; maps. Some foxing to top edge. Very good condition. "Chester A. Crocker was the U.S. point man for African policy from 1981 to 1989, serving as Assistant Secretary of State longer than anyone in the history of the State Department. He developed the strategy and led the diplomacy that culminated in a settlement that ended nearly thirty years of regional conflict, guaranteeing the UNsupervised transition to independence of Africa's last colony, Namibia, as well as the withdrawal of 50,000 Cuban troops from neighbouring Angola." R258 [594] 52. Daly, Ron Reid (as told to Peter Stiff): Selous Scouts. Top Secret War (Alberton: Galago, 1982) 8vo; original dark brown boards, lettered in white on spine; laminated pictorial dustwrapper; pp. 432, incl. index; plates in colour and monochrome; maps. Trace of foxing to reverse of dustwrapper and to edges. Very good condition. "This is the story of the Selous Scouts Regiment of Rhodesia which was formed in 1973, and abolished without formal benefit of disbandment, when Robert Mugabe's ZANU party took power after the British supervised elections in Its purpose on formation was the clandestine elimination of ZANLA and ZIPRA terrorists, both within and outside Rhodesia. Their success in this field can be gauged by the fact that Combined Operations, Rhodesia, officially credited them with either directly or indirectly being responsible for the death of 68% of all terrorists killed within Rhodesia during the course of the war... losing less than forty Selous Scouts in the process." R516 [591] 53. Davey, Arthur (editor): Breaker Morant and the Bushveldt Carbineers (Cape Town: Van Riebeeck Society, 1987) Van Riebeeck Society Second Series, No vo; original dark brown cloth, lettered in gilt on spine; no dustwrapper; pp. lxv + (i) (x), incl. index; tipped-in frontis.; plates; endpaper map. Bump to bottom fore-corners; trace of foxing to top edge. Very good condition. "Drawing on a wide selection of sources, this volume seeks to investigate the controversies surrounding the execution of 'Breaker' Morant and his two Australian compatriots. It explores not only the murders associated with Morant, but looks at the context in which the Bushveldt Carbineers were recruited and operated. It remains one of the most scholarly works on the subject." R688 [372] 54. Davey, Arthur: The British Pro-Boers (Cape Town: Tafelberg, 1978) 8vo; original blue boards, lettered in white on spine; dustwrapper; pp. (xii) + 220, incl. index; plates. Dustwrapper ever so slightly tanned; a few fox spots to top edge. Very good condition. 'The pro-boers emerge in this work as moulders of a new and more subdued British attitude towards their recent enemies. Pro-Boer activity, popularly associated with a handful of well-wishers, especially Emily Hobhouse, William Stead and Lloyd George, is shown to have had thousands of participants. The author portrays the remarkable work of Leonard Courtney, Dr. G.B. Clark, H.W. Massingham and others, as well as those better-known in South Africa, to reveal "the other England" which refused to follow the lead of Joseph Chamberlain and Lord Milner. Professor Davey also shows how the British Pro-Boers were strengthened in their views by their links with like-minded South Africans, notably John X. Merriman, Percy Molteno and Samuel Cronwright-Schreiner.' R688 [311] 55. Davey, Arthur: The Defence of Ladysmith and Mafeking. Accounts of two sieges, 1899 to 1900, being the South African War experiences of William Thwaites, Steuart Binny, Alfred Down and Samuel Cawood (Johannesburg: Brenthurst, 1983) Brenthurst First Series, number 9. Standard edition limited to 850 copies. Original bright red cloth, lettered in gilt on spine; tinted top edge; pictorial dustwrapper; pictorial endpapers; pp. 275, incl. index; maps; full-page contemporary illustrations, some of which in full colour. Dustwrapper spine panel sunned, and lower panel partially so; occasional fox spot. Very good condition. "Four eye-witness impressions are here published for the first time. They represent a range of viewpoints, influenced by differing experiences and backgrounds and add illumination to events that have attracted continuing attention since The siege of Ladysmith had high military significance. Artillery officer Captain William Thwaites, cavalryman Lieutenant Steuart Binny and rifleman Private Alfred Down were members of the large British garrison stationed there, and their writings recall months of testing trial. An account of the longer siege of Mafeking is given in the diary of Samuel Cawood, an Uitlander of Eastern Cape origin, whose impressions are laced with humour and prejudice." R2150 [516] 56. Davidson, Apollon: Cecil Rhodes and His Time (Moscow: Progress Publishers, 1984) 8vo; original dark green cloth, lettered in silver gilt on spine and upper cover; pictorial dustwrapper; pp (iii); illustrations in text; map. Dustwrapper very slightly edgeworn; bump to bottom forecorner of upper board; some spotting to top edge; small tape stains to endpapers. Very good condition. "The figure of Rhodes helps one to understand a great deal about how colonialism functioned and about the psychology of people of that time. Why did Rhodes become a symbol of the largest empire in the history of mankind? Why was it Rhodes who became the idol of colonialism in the epoch of the division of the world? And what impression did his personality leave on the nature of colonialism? These are some of the questions which the book tries to answer." R172 [360] 57. Davidson, Apollon, and Irina Filatova: The Russians and the Anglo- Boer War (Cape Town: Human & Rousseau, 1998) 8vo; laminated pictorial boards; pp. 287, incl. index; plates, some of which in full colour; text illustrations; map. Trace of spotting to top edge. Near fine condition. "Why did President Kruger send a letter of gratitude to a Russian volunteer? Why did he thank Russian doctors and nurses? Why did the Russians go to South Africa, a country so distant from their snowy plains? How did it happen that at the turn of the century the most popular Russian folk song was about the Transvaal and why is it still remembered today? Why was it that all the political groupings in Tsarist Russia, from the Monarchists to the

11 Social Democrats, were so preoccupied with the Anglo-Boer War? This book deals with all these and many other questions about the Russian involvement in the War. It is based on rare archival material - most of which became available only after the collapse of the USSR - and on the private archives of Russian volunteers." R688 [317] 58. de Kock, W.J., D.W. Krüger and C.J. Beyers (successive editors-in-chief): Suid- Afrikaanse Biografiese Woordeboek (Pretoria, Human Sciences Research Council, 1976, 1986, 1977, 1981, 1987) Complete set of 5 8vo volumes. Original burgundy rexine; spine gilt; laminated pictorial dustwrapper in each case; pp. xx + (ii) (iv), (xviii) (viii), (xx) (xvii), (xxvi) (xxii), (xxviii) (xxviii). Dustwrapper spine panels very slightly sunned, and occasional faint foxing to endpapers, otherwise fine condition. The definitive (for the period covered) and most comprehensive South African biographical reference work, complete sets of which are exceedingly hard to find. Afrikaans text. "Die verskyning van deel V van die Suid- Afrikaanse biografiese woordeboek bring die totale aantal biografieë wat in die reeks gepubliseer is, op te staan. Omdat die sterfdatum van persone wat in hierdie deel opgeneem is, op ongeveer vyf jaar voor die datum van publikasie gestel is, is geen persoon wat ná 1982 oorlede is, vir opname oorweeg nie." R3000 [889] 59. De Villiers, J., editor: Rondom die Anglo-Boereoorlog, (Johannesburg: Perskor, 1979) Number 97 of an edition limited to 1000 copies. Small 4to; original brown boards, lettered in white on spine; pictorial dustwrapper, housed in removable protector; pp. 208, incl. index; numerous illustrations. Trace of foxing to edges. Very good condition. Afrikaans text. A photo-essay with contemporary images of the South African War. 'Vir bykans sestig jaar het wyle Christo Kriel, tweede seun van die bekende ds. Abraham Paul Kriel, stigter van die Kinderhuis te Langlaagte, met onvermoeide ywer fotomateriaal oor sy volk se twee vryheidstryde versamel.' R400 [453] 60. De Villiers, O. T.: Met De Wet en Steyn in Het Veld. Avonturen, ervaringen en indrukken van O. T. de Villiers, Kaapsch rebel (Amsterdam: Elsevier, 1903) Large 8vo; original pale green pictorial cloth, lettered in white on spine and upper cover; pp. (viii) (iii); frontis. portrait; photographs; map. Cover a little rubbed; extremities somewhat worn and bumped; small hand-stamp to front free endpaper; moderate foxing throughout. Good. Dutch text. (Mendelssohn I, p. 457) "Tussen Piketberg en Moorreesburg het Ockert de Villiers, gewese adjudant van genl. De Wet wat Kaapstad tydens De Wet se inval in Februarie 1901 ingedring en in Kaapstad gaan omdraai het, een aand die besettings van twee Engelse blokhuise met slegs twintig man tot oorgawe gedwing deur voor te gee dat hy daar is met 'n kommando van driehonderd man. Hy het net kort tevore by Maritz aangesluit." - Van Zyl: Die Helde-Album, pp. 333, 335 R3354 [414] 61. De Waal, D. C.: With Rhodes in Mashonaland (Bulawayo: Books of Rhodesia, 1974) Rhodesiana Reprint Library Gold Series, Volume 36. Text facsimile of the original Juta translation published in vo; original blue boards, lettered in gilt on spine; pictorial dustwrapper; pp. (xvi) + xix + (i) + 356, incl. index; plates. Dustwrapper very slightly rubbed; some foxing to top edge, occasional fox spot elsewhere. Very good condition. Mendelssohn writes: "The author accompanied Mr. Rhodes to Mashonaland during his visit to that country in 1890 and The volume is written in a humorous and chatty style, which brings home the real life on the veld with all its discomforts, its accidents, and its charm, while there is the added interest of reading about the greatest South African statesman, engaged in the life he most enjoyed. Many well-known people were met during the two trips, notably Sir Henry Loch, Lord Randolph Churchill, Sir Sidney Shippard, Dr. Jameson, Mr. Selous, Major Johnson, Khama, and many others." - Mendelssohn I, p. 458 R350 [643] 62. De Wet, A., with H. van Doornik and G. T. du Plessis: Die Buren in der Kapkolonie im Kriege mit England (Munich: J. F. Lehmanns Verlag, [1902]) Cover title reads: 'Im kampf um Süd-Afrika. Der kampf in der Kapkolonie'. 8vo; original light brown cloth, attractively blocked in darker brown and green to spine and upper cover, with pictorial onlay to upper cover; pp. viii publisher's catalogue; plates; line drawings in text. Backstrip slightly crumpled at head and tail; signatures working loose but holding. Good condition. German text. (Spohr & Poller 479; SABIB 2, p. 66) Sympathetic account of the Boer guerillas' activities in the Cape, particularly during the latter stages of the South African War. R430 [186] 63. De Wet, C.R.: De Strijd tusschen Boer en Brit. De Herinnering van den Boeren-Generaal C.R. de Wet (Amsterdam & Pretoria: Boekhandel voorheen Höveker & Wormser, 1903) 8vo; original grey cloth, lettered in black on spine and upper cover; pp. (iv) (iii); frontispiece portrait. Dutch text. Twenty-fourth impression. Cloth rather fishmothed; boards a bit bumped; endpapers and edges browned; occasional fox spot; earlier owner's name signed recto of frontis. Fair to good. (SABIB 2, p. 68) "Tot inleiding van mijn werkje, getiteld: 'De Strijd tusschen Boer en Brit', wensch ik, geachte lezer, slechts dit korte woord te zeggen: Ik ben geen boekschrijver. - Maar ik gevoelde dat de geschiedenis van dezen Strijd, waarin een klein Volk voor vrijheid en recht streed, door geheel de beschaafde wereld met recht als ongekend genoemd werd; en dat het mijn plicht was, mijne persoonlijke ondervindingen in dezen krijg te boek stellen, voor het tegenwoordige en voor de toekomst, niet alleen voor het Afrikaansche Volk, maar voor de geheele wereld." R344 [34] 64. De Wet, Christiaan Rudolf: Three Years War (October June 1902) (Alberton: Galago, 1986) 8vo; original grey-green boards, lettered in white on spine; laminated pictorial dustwrapper, pp. (iv) + 459; plates; maps. Dustwrapper partially sunned on spine panel, with trace of spotting to reverse. Near fine condition. "In the nearly three years until the 31st May 1902 when the war ended with the signing of the Peace of Vereeniging, De Wet established a worldwide reputation as a most remarkable guerilla fighter. He was the man whom the British couldn't catch. The damage this virtually unschooled farmer who'd never had a

12 formal lesson in military tactics, did to the British was little less than astonishing." R215 [173] 65. De Wet, Christiaan Rudolf: Three Years War (October 1899-June 1902) (London: Archibald Constable, 1902) Constable's Indian and Colonial Library edition. 8vo; original red cloth, lettered in black to spine and upper cover; frontis. portrait; pp. 520, incl. index; maps, incl. large, folding. Cloth rather worn, with trace of fishmothing; backstrip frayed at head and tail; corners bumped; foxed throughout; folding map torn, with significant loss. Fair only. (Hackett, p. 142; Mendelssohn I, p. 459) R130 [442] 66. De Wet, Christiaan Rudolf: Three Years War (October 1899-June 1902) (London: Archibald Constable, 1902) 8vo; original blue cloth, lettered in gilt to spine, with De Wet's signature in gilt to upper cover; frontis. portrait; pp. 520, incl. index; publisher's catalogue; maps, incl. large, folding. Cloth a little worn and mottled; hinges split or starting, with archival tape strengthening; earlier owner's name signed on front free endpaper; short tear to folding maps, repaired on reverse side with archival tape; binding a little slack; occasional fox spot. Fair. (Hackett, p. 142; Mendelssohn I, p. 459) R129 [250] 67. Denfield, Joseph: Pioneer Port (Cape Town: Howard Timmins, 1965) Number 271 of an edition limited to 1500 copies. 4to; original red rexine, lettered in gilt on spine; laminated pictorial dustwrapper; pp. 119; photographs. Slightest edgewear to dustwrapper; small ink stamp and trace of fingering to rear endpaper; faint foxing to edges. Very good condition. "This is the history of East London illustrated with some wonderful photographs, the great majority of which have never been reproduced in any form. The book is the result of years of research by the author and is the first book on this City, a place with many historical associations." R400 [880] 68. Deutschmann, David (editor): Angola and Namibia. Changing the History of Africa (Melbourne: Ocean Press, 1989) 212 x 135 mm; laminated pictorial wrappers; pp. xxii + 153, incl. index; plates; maps. A little foxing to edges and inner wrappers; spine sunned. Very good condition. "Why did more than 300,000 Cubans - of all ages and professions, men and women, black and white - volunteer to help defend Angola from repeated South African invasions? Was the presence of these Cuban forces in Angola an obstacle to Namibia's independence and peace in the region? Were they a threat to U.S. security as Washington often claimed? With contributions from Colombian writer Gabriel García Marquéz, as well as Fidel Castro, Jorge Risquet, and Raúl Castro, this book helps to provide a background to the events in southern Africa." R250 [866] 69. Devitt, Napier: The Concentration Camps in South Africa during the Anglo-Boer War of (Pietermaritzburg: Shuter & Shooter, 1941) 242 x 154 mm; printed wrappers; pp. 60. Trace of wear to wrappers; a little foxing. Very good condition. "While not for one moment attempting to excuse or palliate the action or inaction of those partly responsible for some of the terrible deathroll I say that there were circumstances which, looked at forty years later, throw a different light upon the matter. And I trust that those to whom these words are offered will read them in the spirit of Fairness and Reason in which I have tried to set them down." R1032 [191] 70. Doyle, A. Conan: The Great Boer War (London: Smith, Elder, & Co., 1900) 8vo; original blue cloth, lettered in gilt on spine; pp. x + 552, incl. index + publisher's catalogue; folding maps. Spine darkened, and a little frayed at head and tail; corners turned; contemporary ownership inscription to flyleaf; trace of foxing. Very good condition. (Mendelssohn I, p. 484; Hackett, p. 142) 'At the time the volume was issued, the author, in common with many other people, including some of the highest military authorities, considered that the fighting was practically over, and there is a chapter at the close of the book on "The End of the War," nearly two years before the guerilla tactics of Botha, Delarey and De Wet were at last exhausted by the persistence of the British.' - Mendelssohn R172 [69] 71. Driver, Kate: Experience of a Siege (A Nurse looks back on Ladysmith), by Nurse Kate Driver (Mrs. J. J. Boyd) (Ladysmith: Ladysmith Historical Society, 1978) No. 6 in the series of Ladysmith siege diaries, letters and recollections from the Natal Front. 253 x 206 mm; pictorial wrappers; pp. (iv) + 51 (printed recto's); photographs. Trace of foxing to edges. Very good condition. 'Nurse Kate Driver was the daughter of Arthur Robinson Driver (whose parents were 1820 Settlers) and Helen Ann Webb of the farm "Thornhill", Queenstown. She completed her training as a Nurse at Greys Hospital, Pietermaritzburg, in It was at this time that she met her future husband, Dr. J. J. Boyd of Scotland. Nurse Driver nursed the sick and wounded throughout the Siege of Ladysmith, mainly at Ntombi Camp, and this book recounts her experiences during that time.' R258 [264] 72. Du Cane, Hubert (translator): The German Official Account of the War in South Africa. The Advance to Pretoria After Paardeberg, the Upper Tugela Campaign, etc. Prepared in the Historical Section of the Great General Staff, Berlin (London: John Murray, 1906) 8vo; original green cloth, lettered in gilt on spine, with gilt lettering and Prussian Eagle device to upper cover; pp. vii + (iii) + 374, incl. index; six plates; nine folding maps. Cloth rather rubbed and a little worn to extremities; corners turned; archival tape reinforcing to upper hinge between free endpaper verso and half-title; earlier owner's name signed on title page, with date 'Sept. 1906'; some leaves roughly opened; fold tears, generally short, to folding maps, repaired with archival tape; moderate foxing; lower hinge starting. Good. (Mendelssohn I, p. 490; Hackett, p. 143) 'The contest is stigmatised as having been carried out between opponents of whom one was bound by "rigid formulas," and the other characterised by "untrammelled healthy common sense," and it is maintained that, with regard to the British army, "The rigid fettering with forms and rules, to which a false system of peace-training condemned leaders, avenged itself bitterly during the South African War. In this experience, so pregnant of warning for the future, is contained the most important lesson of the whole war." ' - Mendelssohn R1032 [178] 73. Du Moulin, Lt.-Colonel: Two Years on Trek. Being Some Account of the Royal Sussex Regiment in South Africa (London: Murray and Co., 1907) Demy 8vo; original

13 blue cloth, lettered in gilt on spine and upper cover; tinted top edge; pp. (vi) + iv + (ii) x + (i); several map plates and one folding map. Cloth partially sunned, especially to backstrip; extremities rubbed, and backstrip somewhat frayed at head and tail; armorial bookplate of J.J. Chapman to front pastedown; occasional spotting. Good condition. (Hackett, p. 143; Mendelssohn I, p. 492) 'This "account of the doings of the Royal Sussex Regiment in South Africa" was written during the campaign by the author, has been left "practically untouched" by the editor, and "gives a vivid picture of events that had only just occurred - drawn with a firm hand, while the impression was fresh.... " After January 1901 Col. Du Moulin "was far too occupied... to do more than make a few notes for his book. And it is from these notes of his, and from the diaries, letters, and personal reminiscences of other officers, that the later chapters have been compiled." The work was completed and published by the comrades of Col. Moulin, "as the most fitting memorial to a gallant soldier." The author - a New Zealander of French descent - entered the British army in 1879, and was known in India as a "musketry expert"; during the hostilities in South Africa he became known for his skill in organisation; he was shot through the heart on June 17, 1900, at Diamond Hill, "leading a charge against the Boers who had rushed his camp."' - Mendelssohn. R2150 [61] 74. du Plessis, Gezina, and Magdalena Eloff: Die President en Ek. Herinneringe aan President Paul Kruger deur Magdalena Eloff soos vertel aan Gezina du Plessis (Cape Town: Tafelberg, 1971) 12mo; pictorial papered boards; pictorial dustwrapper; pp. 102; plates. Edges of boards very slightly rubbed. Very good condition. Afrikaans text. "Magdalena Eloff se verhaal het die frisheid en bekoring van 'n vertelling sonder pretensies. Roerende oomblikke word met aangrypende eenvoud beskryf - deur iemand wat saamgevoel het." R86 [86] 75. Du Preez, J., et al: 'n Musikale Lourierkrans vir die Boere ( ) (Pretoria: Nasionale Kultuurhistoriese en Opelugmuseum, 1982) 210 x 148 mm; saddle-stitched wrappers; pp. 28; some illustrations. Very good condition. Afrikaans text. "Musiek in die Krugerhuismuseum. Verklarende Teks, Kontrolelys en Katalogisering deur J. du Preez en T. Smuts onder toesig van J. P. Malan, Hoof van die Sentrum vir Suid-Afrikaanse Musieknavorsing, Raad vir Geesteswetenskaplike Navorsing." R172 [133] 76. du Preez, Sophia: Avontuur in Angola. Die verhaal van Suid-Afrika se soldate in Angola (Pretoria: J. L. van Schaik, 1989) 8vo; original yellow boards; laminated pictorial dustwrapper; endpaper maps; pp. xii + 235; plates; several maps and battle plans. Dustwrapper sunned on spine panel; trace of foxing to top edge. Very good condition. Afrikaans text. "Met Avontuur in Angola word die amptelike embargo op inligting oor dié traumatiese én dramatiese hoofstuk in die geskiedenis van die grensoorlog vir die eerste keer gelig. Sophia du Preez het onder meer volle toegang tot die bronne van die Suid-Afrikaanse Weermag gehad en skryf die verhaal van die soldate in Angola nugter, openhartig en vir die leek verstaanbaar, toegelig met talle kaarte en foto's. Die leser leer die patos van hul ontberinge én die humor en wilskrag waardeur hulle telkens bo omstandighede uitgestyg het; in hul dapperheid én vrees. Dit was oorlog: bloedig, uitmergelend, verskriklik. Die manne wat teruggekom het, moes na 'n publiek terugkeer wat geen begrip gehad het van wat hulle beleef het nie. Avontuur in Angola is hulle verhaal - die boek waarvoor Suid-Afrika dertien jaar moes wag." R516 [597] 77. Du Toit, S. J.: Rhodesia Past and Present (Bulawayo: Books of Rhodesia, 1977) Rhodesiana Reprint Library Silver Series, Volume 15. Text facsimile of the Heinemann edition of 1897, with a new foreword and index. 8vo; original brown boards, lettered in silver gilt on spine, with silver gilt oxwaggon device to upper cover; pictorial dustwrapper; pp. (xiv) + xv + (iii) (ix), incl. index; plates. Dustwrapper a little sunned on spine panel; trace of spotting to top edge; top fore-corner of lower board slightly turned. Very good condition. "The purpose of Du Toit's series of firsthand observer 'sketches' was to report progress on Rhodesia - then only four years old - to the South African public. Little escaped his notice and his comments on travel, agricultural opportunities, flora and fauna, the early settlers (with particular reference to Afrikaners), mining prospects, the first urban settlements, African tribal life, and Rhodes's new telegraph and railway, make fascinating reading." R400 [644] 78. Edgerton, Robert B.: Like Lions They Fought. The Zulu War and the Last Black Empire in South Africa (London: Weidenfeld and Nicolson, 1988) 8vo; original brown boards, lettered in gilt on spine; laminated pictorial dustwrapper; pp. xii + 244, including index; black-and-white photographic plates. Dustwrapper sunned on spine panel; some light browning. Very good condition. "In this beautifully written and riveting account, Robert B. Edgerton examines this epic colonial war for the first time as it was experienced by the Zulus." R150 [742] 79. Emery, Frank: Marching Over Africa. Letters from Victorian Soldiers (London: Hodder and Stoughton, 1986) 8vo; original dark brown boards, lettered in gilt on spine; laminated pictorial dustwrapper, housed in removable protector; pp. 204, incl. index; maps; some contemporary illustrations. Dustwrapper a little sunned on spine panel; occasional fox spot. Very good condition. "From all quarters there survive hundreds of letters written by the officers and men who took part in African wars between 1868 and They form the raw material with which Frank Emery has fashioned this book." R200 [579] 80. Engelbrecht, S. P.: Thomas François Burgers. n Lewenskets (Pretoria: De Bussy / Cape Town: H.A.U.M., 1933) 4to; original black cloth, lettered in gilt on spine and upper board, with gilt Z.A.R. coat of arms to upper board; tinted top edge; pp. xiii + (iii) + 416, incl. index; illustrations. Cloth a little rubbed and corners slightly turned; upper hinge starting; a little foxing to edges and endpapers, occasional fox spot elsewhere. Good condition. Afrikaans text. (Nienaber I, p. 114) Thorough biography of the president of the Transvaal republic, of whom it was written: "He strove to erect a structure in marble, with no material in hand but clay, and no builders." - Transvaal Argus (DSAB I, p. 137) "Engelbrecht's most important historical

14 publication was his book Thomas François Burgers, a biography, which appeared in Engelbrecht's historical writings were of special significance to... the Afrikaner at a time when the aim was to maintain a unique identity and increase spiritual and cultural self-expression." - DSAB V, p. 243 R1500 [570] 81. Ernst, J.: Anton van Wouw (Vanderbijlpark: Corals Publishers, 2006) 168 x 220 mm; laminated pictorial wrappers; pp. 128; profusely illustrated. Afrikaans text. As new. Biography of the Afrikaner sculptor, whose iconic creations are closely connected with the group identity of his people. "Die kalmte, waardigheid en stille krag in sy werk is treffend. Selfs waar hy lyding uitbeeld soos in Die Vrouemonument te Bloemfontein (1913) en in die reliëfwerk Wenende Vroue (1925), is daar stille ingehoue smart en krag, geen wapperende kledingstukke, swaaiende vuiste of verwronge gelaatstrekke nie. Sy beelde van Afrika-mense, besig met hul alledaagse aktiwiteite, spreek van sy sensitiwiteit: elke persoonlikheid word uniek, met waardigheid en begrip uitgebeeld." R215 [107] 82. Featherstone, Donald: Victorian Colonial Warfare - Africa (no place: Bok Books International, 1992) 4to; original burgundy boards, lettered in gilt on spine; price-clipped laminated pictorial dustwrapper; pp. 160, incl. index; profusely illustrated with contemporary artwork and maps. Some foxing to endpapers. Very good condition. "The 'small war' was a particularly Victorian concern. Its course was followed with avid interest by the general public. Nowhere was this more true than of Africa... " R86 [274] 83. Fessler, Julius: Unter dem Roten Kreuz in Transvaal (Munich: Seitz & Schauer, 1902) 8vo; original beige cloth, lettered in red and black to spine, with black lettering and red enamelled Red Cross emblem to upper cover; tinted edges; pp. (iv) + 314; frontis. portrait; photographs in text. A little light spotting to cloth; regular browning to pages. Very good condition. German text. (Spohr & Poller, 653; SABIB 2, p. 239) This book concerns operations in Natal and the western Transvaal, in the vicinity of the Magaliesburg and Witwatersrand, up to the autumn of It is written by a physician attached to the Red Cross, who had firsthand experience of events. The foreword to the second edition notes that, such was the popularity of the first printing, a second issue of the work became necessary within weeks. A Dutch translation was published in R1290 [211] 84. Fessler, Julius: Unter dem Roten Kreuz in Transvaal (Munich: Seitz & Schauer, 1902) 8vo; quarter cloth, with marbled sides; pp. (iv) + 314; frontis. portrait; photographs in text. Slightly rubbed; regular browning to pages. Very good condition. German text. (Spohr & Poller, 653; SABIB 2, p. 239) R1032 [862] 85. Fisher, John: Paul Kruger. His Life and Times (London: Secker & Warburg, 1974) 8vo; original black boards, lettered in gilt on spine; laminated pictorial dustwrapper; endpaper map; pp. (x) + 278, incl. index; plates; map. Near fine condition. "John Fisher, author of The Afrikaners, brings vividly to life this strange, almost Biblical figure, who was born a subject of Queen Victoria, but successfully defied her statesmen and generals for nearly a quarter of a century." R129 [170] 86. Fitzpatrick, J. P.: The Transvaal from Within. A Private Record of Public Affairs (London: Heinemann, 1899) 8vo; original green cloth, lettered in gilt on spine; pp. xiv + (ii) Extremities rather rubbed; backstrip a little crumpled and frayed at head and tail; corners turned; attractive pictorial ex libris to front pastedown; earlier owner's name signed on front free endpaper; hinges just starting. R120 [426] 87. FitzPatrick, J. P.: The Transvaal from Within. A Private Record of Public Affairs (London: William Heinemann, 1899) 8vo; original green cloth, lettered in gilt on spine; pp. xiv + (ii) + 452, incl. index. Cloth rubbed and a little stippled; remnant of bookseller's label to upper board; corners bumped; occasional minor fox spot. Good condition. R86 [182] 88. Fouché, Leo (editor), and A. C. Paterson (English translation): The Diary of Adam Tas ( ) / Het Dagboek van Adam Tas ( ) (London: Longmans, Green and Co., 1914) Titles continue: With an enquiry into the complaints of the colonists against the Governor Willem Adriaan van der Stel / Met een onderzoek naar de klachten der vrijburgers tegen de Gouverneur Willem Adriaan van der Stel. 8vo; original red cloth, lettered in gilt on spine and in blind on upper cover; pp. xlvii + (i) + 367, incl. index; frontis. map and folding map. Bilingual publication: original Dutch text on verso, and English translation on facing recto. Backstrip a little mottled, with light wear to head and tail; earlier owner's name signed on fly-leaf; folding map a little creased, and frayed to fore-edge; occasional fox spot. Good to very good condition. (Hosken, p. 75; SABIB 4, p. 460) "In contrast to earlier work of the same Dutch-Afrikaans nature, whose characteristics and pre-occupations were mainly Dutch, Tas's diary tends to reflect the atmosphere of his new country, and rigidity and stiffness have been reduced by a little of the South African sun. Tas often uses original, though sometimes rough, popular expressions. His criticism of social and religious authority is typical of the eighteenth-century effort to escape from restraint. What Tas wrote is important not only because it reflects the social and political conditions of an early Cape society, but because it reveals Tas's own personality and character. His diary makes him a gay and sociable person, and, especially, an organizer and leader. His dedicated ability was the real force that put W. A. van der Stel and his friends out of office." - DSAB II, pp R602 [152] 89. Fremantle, Francis E.: Impressions of a Doctor in Khaki (London: John Murray, 1901) 8vo; original red cloth, lettered in gilt on spine; khaki cloth inlay to upper cover with medic pennant and red lettering; pp. xvi + 549, incl. index; plates; maps; some illustrations in text. Corners turned; backstrip frayed at head and tail; joints chafed; archival tape reinforcing to lower hinge; upper hinge a bit tender; binding slightly slack; some foxing to edges, outermost leaves and edges, occasional fox spot elsewhere. Good condition. (Mendelssohn I, p. 565; Hackett, pp. 89, 146) "Experiences of a civil surgeon employed in the RAMC. During twelve months' army service the author worked at No. 1 General Hospital in Wynberg, made two homeward voyages aboard hospital ships Avoca and Spartan tending casualties, and served in the Field Hospital and Bearer Company attached to the 19th Brigade

15 operating in the Orange Free State and Transvaal. Fremantle was summoned to give evidence before the Hospitals Commission Of Inquiry before leaving South Africa in Oct " - Hackett R1204 [200] 90. Gardner, Brian: Mafeking. A Victorian Legend (London: Cassell, 1966) 8vo; original red cloth, lettered in silver gilt on spine; laminated pictorial dustwrapper; pp. (x) + 246, incl. index; plates; maps. Dustwrapper sunned on spine panel. Very good condition. "The commander of the garrison, Colonel R. S. S. Baden-Powell, became the most popular national hero since Wellington. His audacity, his invention, and above all his sense of humour and his sportsmanship became the image in which the nation strove to mirror her young people. For those nurtured in this stirring tradition - and they are many - Brian Gardner's account of the Siege of Mafeking will come as a considerable surprise." R129 [321] 91. Gardner, Brian: The Lion's Cage (London: Arthur Barker, 1969) 8vo; original maroon cloth, lettered in gilt on spine; tinted top edge; laminated dustwrapper; pp. 200, incl. index; plates; maps; battle plans. Lamination lifting slightly on dustwrapper's upper panel. Very good condition. "Throughout history sieges have brought out the best and worst in men.... Using unpublished official and unofficial papers, and first-hand accounts, the author tells for the first time the full story of the four-month siege [of Kimberley]. He has examined the Rhodes' Papers at Oxford, and has come up with a completely new appraisal of the famous Empire builder. To many at the time, Cecil Rhodes seemed to typify the qualities that Victorian Englishmen so loved to see in themselves... But was it true?" R215 [297] 92. Gibson, George Fleming: The Story of the Imperial Light Horse in the South African War ([Johannesburg?]: G. D. & Co., 1937) 8vo; original dark green cloth, with gilt lettering and regimental device to spine and upper board; pp (i) + 10; colour frontis.; plates; maps and battle plans, incl. folding. Backstrip frayed at extremities, and splitting along lower joint; edges rubbed; cloth a bit sunned, and gilt dull; contemporary gift inscription to front pastedown; archival tape reinforcing to lower hinge; edges foxed, occasional fox spot elsewhere. Good. The maps included in this volume provide a good overview of the scope of the regiment's involvement in the Anglo-Boer War: The Battle of Elandslaagte, The Battle of Wagon Hill, Ladysmith, The Battle of Colenso, The Cyferfontein Engagement, and The Roodewal Engagement. R1032 [462] 93. Goldmann, Charles Sydney: With General French and the Cavalry in South Africa (London: Macmillan and Co., 1902) Bookplate of Walter Howorth Greenly to front pastedown; signed "WH Greenly / 12th Royal Lancers" on front free endpaper. The previous owner of this volume, Walter Howorth Greenly ( ) was an ambitious young cavalry officer during the Anglo-Boer War, who served as adjutant of the 12th Lancers, winning a DSO. His rise through the officer ranks was swift, and by November of 1916 he was commander of the 2nd (Cavalry) Division. However, recognising that command of a cavalry division was a dead-end in the new reality of trench warfare with sophisticated weapons, Greenly successfully sought a senior post in the infantry, gaining command of the 14th (Light) Division, at which point his career faltered. His entry into a new kind of fighting exactly coincided with the thrust of the German Spring Offensive of Losses were severe, and John Bourne, editor of "Douglas Haig: War Diaries and Letters", quotes Field Marshal Sir Douglas Haig as stating that "Greenly... went off his head with strain." Bourne further observes that Greenly's Who's Who entry makes no mention of his command of 14th Division. Demy 8vo; black cloth sides with gilt-lettered red cloth back; pp. xix + (i) + 462; numerous plates, folding maps, battle plans and panoramas (all present) and endpocket freehand sketches (all present). Moderate wear to cloth (backstrip splitting along upper joint) and boards a trifle bumped; upper hinge starting; some creasing to fore-edges; moderate foxing, which is somewhat more pronounced in the endpapers and outermost leaves. (Hackett pp. 105, 148; Mendelssohn I, p. 617) 'An account of French's cavalry operations excluding the campaign in Natal. Chapters relate to Colesberg operations, the relief of Kimberley, operations to the fall of Bloemfontein and Pretoria, and the campaign in eastern Transvaal to November The narrative is preceded by an informative introduction relating events to the investment of Ladysmith. Among appendices are observations on cavalry, notes on reconnaissance, on transport and remounts in war. The volume is liberally illustrated with folding maps, panoramas and plates. Loose sketches are contained in a separate pocket.' - Hackett: South African War Books - An Illustrated Bibliography. 'Few works on the war have been prepared with such thorough attention to detail, and every chapter is accompanied, at its conclusion, by a series of plans, maps, and illustrations of an elaborate nature. The appendices consist of articles on "Cavalry," "Reconnaissances," "Remounts," and "Transport." The volume was written by a gentleman who was not a soldier by profession, and belonged to the somewhat hotly abused class of "capitalists and mining magnates."' - Mendelssohn. R5074 [430] 94. Gray, James: Payable Gold. An Intimate Record of the History of the Discovery of the Payable Witwatersrand Goldfields and of Johannesburg in 1886 and 1887 ([Johannesburg]: Central News Agency, 1937) Subtitle continues: Based on Researches made in the State Archives, Pretoria by Ethel L. Gray and containing the Oosthuizen Papers which reveal the story of the discovery. 8vo; original light brown cloth, lettered in gilt on spine and upper cover, with band blocked in gilt around middle of boards and backstrip; pp. 286, incl. index; plates; some illustrations in text; folding table. Backstrip very slightly crumpled at tail; trace of spotting to top edge, occasional fox spot elsewhere. Very good condition. "Over one hundred thousand documents were examined and extracts made from approximately two thousand. The most important, which concern the discovery of the payable auriferous conglomerates of the Witwatersrand, and prove the time, place and the discoverers, have been reproduced from photographs of the originals, to substantiate the statements made." R300 [729] 95. Grobbelaar, J. J. G.: Die Vrystaatse Republiek en die Basoetoe-Vraagstuk [Archives Year Book for South African History, Second Year, Part II / Argief-jaarboek vir Suid- Afrikaanse Geskiedenis, Tweede Jaargang, Deel I] (Pretoria: Ministry of the Interior, 1939) 276 x 178 mm; original printed wrappers; pp. (vi) + xvii + 205; maps. Contents penned to

16 backstrip; wrappers somewhat worn and soiled; faint handstamp of earlier owner (H. J. M. Guest of Klerksdorp) to upper cover; some foxing to edges; trace of damp-stain to fore-edge of some leaves. Good. Afrikaans text. Important study of the relations between the Orange Free State Republic and the Kingdom of Basutoland, with much on the so-called "Conquered Territories". R500 [870] 96. Groenewald, Coen: Bannelinge oor die oseaan. Boerekrygsgevangenes (Pretoria: J. P. van der Walt, 1992) 8vo; laminated pictorial boards; pictorial endpapers; pp. 179, incl. index; photographs in text. Spine sunned; trace of spotting to top edge. Very good condition. Afrikaans text. "Daar word twee en dertigduisend vyfhonderd Boerekrygsgevangenes na kampe in Suid- Afrika, Ceylon, Bermuda, St. Helena, Portugal en Indië gestuur. In BANNELINGE OOR DIE OSEAAN vertel Coen Groenewald op deernisvolle wyse die dramatiese en aangrypende verhale van die mans en seuns wat in die kampe aangehou is. Hier is verhale wat spreek van die heroïese, verraad, ontbering, humor, gewaagde ontsnappings, eensaamheid en verlange na die vaderland. Interessante foto's lig die prikkelende vertellings toe." R516 [394] 97. Gronum, M. A.: Die Ontplooiing van die Engelse Oorlog (Cape Town: Tafelberg, 1977) 8vo; original pale purple boards, lettered in white on spine; dustwrapper; endpaper map; pp. (viii) + 207, incl. index; plates. Light bump to bottom edge of upper board. Very good condition. 'Ondanks alle pogings om 'n oorlog af te wend, breek die oorlog tog uit - soos 'n tydbom wat die veroweraar gestel het om sy pad vorentoe oop te maak. Hierdie ontploffing word beskryf en die verloop van die stryd en die krygsmaneuvers stap vir stap gevolg met die hulp van kaarte. Van die belangrikste persoonlikhede aan albei kante word afgebeeld.' R344 [500] 98. Gronum, M.A.: Die Bittereinders. Junie 1901-Mei 1902 (Cape Town: Tafelberg, 1974) 8vo; original green boards; pictorial dustwrapper; endpaper maps; pp. (x) + 150, incl. index; plates. Very good condition. Afrikaans text. "Min is nog oor die laaste jaar van die Tweede Vryheidsoorlog geskryf en min mense besef hóé verbete die stryd was wat tydens hierdie bitter jaar gevoer is. In Die Bittereinders ontleed mnr. Gronum nou dié finale fase van die oorlog waarin van die hoogste en swaarste offers gebring is vir die behoud van die Afrikaner se onafhanklikheid. Dit is 'n gesaghebbende werk waarin talle interessante feite aan die lig kom." R344 [499] 99. Gronum, M.A.: Die Engelse Oorlog Die gevegsmetodes waarmee die Boere-republieke verower is (Cape Town: Tafelberg, 1972) 8vo; original red boards; pictorial dustwrapper; pp. (viii) + 244, incl. index; photographic illustrations. Dustwrapper very slightly sunned on spine panel, with two short edge-tears, repaired on reverse side with archival tape. Very good condition. Afrikaans text. "M. A. Gronum benader die Vryheidstryd van uit 'n heel ongewone hoek. Hy stel hom dit nl. ten doel om stelselmatig die Britse offensief teen die Boere-republieke in sy verskillende stadia duidelik uiteen te sit.... Die boek bied die hele verloop van die Engelse Oorlog in een band aan en M. A. Gronum lewer 'n werk wat selfs aan bekende feite oor die Anglo-Boereoorlog nuwe inhoud en betekenis gee." R258 [498] 100. Grundlingh, A M: Die "Hendsoppers" en "Joiners" (Pretoria and Cape Town: HAUM, 1979) 8vo; original pale blue boards; pictorial dustwrapper; pp. (x) + 379, incl. index; photographic illustrations. Dustwrapper ever so slightly rubbed, with old tape mark to reverse of spine panel at head; light bump to top fore-corner of lower board; trace of foxing to endpapers. Very good. Afrikaans text. "In hierdie werk word vir die eerste keer gepoog om een van die mees omstrede aspekte van die Anglo-Boereoorlog - die kwessie van verraad - in al sy fasette op 'n onbevange wyse te ontleed." R301 [306] 101. Hagen, J., and others (editorial committee): Gedenkboek uitgegeven door de Vereniging van Onderwijzers en Onderwijzeressen in Zuid-Afrika bij Gelegenheid van het Vijfentwintig-jarig bestaan, April, 1918 (Pretoria: J. L. van Schaik, 1918) 4to; original red cloth, lettered in gilt on spine and in blind on upper board; pp. (viii) + 199; several plates. Backstrip a little sunned, with slightest wear to head and tail; earlier owner's name signed, in pencil, on front free endpaper; a little foxing to endpapers and edges. Very good condition. Dutch text. (SABIB 4, p. 654) Uncommon: OCLC finds just one European and five South African repositories holding this title. R1000 [888] 102. Hales, A. G.: Campaign Pictures of the War in South Africa ( ). Letters from the Front (London: Cassell and Company, 1901) Crown 8vo; original red cloth, lettered in gilt on spine and upper cover, and with gilt slouch hat and revolver device to upper cover; pp. xi + (i) (i) + publisher's advertisements; frontis. portrait. Spine sunned, and very slightly frayed at head and tail; earlier owner's name signed on title page; edges browned; occasional spotting; binding a bit slack. (Hackett, p. 150; Mendelssohn I, p. 670) 'At the commencement of the volume there is a poem entitled "Australia's Appeal to England," which the author tells his readers he has inserted, "because some critics have pronounced me anti-english in my sentiments." It is observed that Australians adopted Boer tactics with great success, but it is remarked that our very clever Intelligence people considered the Boer a fool, "while he is as clever and crafty as any oriental." Mr. Hales was wounded and captured near Rensburg, Mr. Lambie, another correspondent, being killed in the same engagement. He was well treated during his stay with the Boers, and he seems to have gained a good deal of information with respect to their views on the war, and he met President Steyn, whom he describes as a refined, cultured gentleman. After his release he joined General Rundle's army, then engaged in the movement which led to Prinsloo's surrender, and he remarks that the Boer general could have escaped if he had listened to De Wet, who could just as easily have taken 6000 men with him as he took 1800.' - Mendelssohn. R516 [24]

17 103. Hamilton, Ian, and Victor Sampson: Anti-Commando (London: Faber & Faber, 1931) 8vo; original red cloth, lettered in gilt on spine; dustwrapper; tinted top edge; pp. 220, incl. index; plates; several folding maps. Dustwrapper very slightly rubbed; occasional fox spot. Very good condition, in a like dustwrapper. "With Victor Sampson he [Ian Hamilton] was co-author of Anti-Commando (London, 1931), a book on the experiences of Aubrey Woolls Sampson in the Second Anglo- Boer War, which appeared two years after Deneys Reitz's autobiographical work Commando." - DSAB II, p. 286 R860 [184] 104. Hancock, W.K. & Jean van der Poel (editors): Selections from the Smuts Papers. Volume I: June May 1902 (Cambridge, Cambridge University Press, 1966) Large 8vo; original brown cloth, lettered in gilt on spine; tinted top edge; dustwrapper, housed in removable protector; pp. xiv Dustwrapper slightly rubbed, a little edgeworn, and sunned on spine panel; earlier owner's name signed on front free endpaper; some pencilled marginalia; occasional fox spot. Good to very good condition. 'This volume [extends] up to the peace negotiations of Vereeniging and includes the Memoirs of the Boer War.' R500 [412] 105. Heitman, Helmoed-Römer: War in Angola. The Final South African Phase (Gibraltar: Ashanti, 1990) 8vo; original burgundy boards, lettered in white on spine; pictorial dustwrapper; pictorial endpapers; pp (ii), incl. index; photographs and maps. Dustwrapper a little sunned on spine panel; some foxing to top edge, occasional fox spot elsewhere. Very good condition. "In August 1987 South Africa sent a force into south-eastern Angola in support of Unita. When the last South African soldier crossed the Kavango to return to South West Africa on 1 September 1988, this force had irrevocably changed the strategic situation in the region.... The operations of this campaign offer much of military interest. Perhaps the best known aspect is the remarkable use that the South Africans made of their artillery. The 155mm G-5, with a range of forty kilometres in particular, dominated the battlefield throughout the campaign: it inflicted severe damage on Fapla, hampered their tactical and logistic movement, pinned down brigades for attack by South African mechanised forces and Unita infantry, and made the important air base at Cuito Cuanavale unusable." R1118 [596] 106. Hibbard, M. G.: Boer War Tribute Medals (Johannesburg: Constantia Classics, 1982) Number 231 of the standard edition numbered between 210 and to; original burgundy cloth, lettered in gilt on spine; laminated pictorial dustwrapper; pp. xiv [xv-lviii]; full-page, full-colour illustrations of the decorations. As new. "Breaking entirely new ground this book introduces an aspect of military medal collecting largely ignored by all but the initiated few. It is the only reference ever to be published about Boer War tribute medals and will remain the definitive work on the subject for many years to come. Enjoying wide international co-operation the author has drawn together a history and record of all known tribute medals awarded by grateful towns and villages throughout the British Isles and the Dominions to their volunteer soldiers returning home from the Boer War. All the medals described in this volume are illustrated in full colour except for a few specimens not available to the author, where black and white photographs were supplied from abroad." R774 [515] 107. Hickman, A. S. Rhodesia: Served the Queen: Rhodesian Forces in the Boer War Volume I & Volume II (Salisbury: Published by Authority of the Government of Rhodesia, 1970 & 1975) Two 8vo volumes; original dark green cloth in each case, with spines lettered in gilt, and gilt coatof-arms to upper covers; pictorial dustwrappers; pp. xx (xxi), xvii + (i) (xx); plates, some of which in colour; maps, sketches and battle plans, incl. folding. Dustwrappers slightly sunned on spine panels, with merest trace of edgewear; a little foxing to edges, occasional fox spot elsewhere. Very good to near fine condition. Standard work on Rhodesian involvement in the South African War. "I have determined that what I write shall in no way be biased as between Briton and Boer, and found my research into the activities of our former opponents to be of the greatest value in trying to arrive at a correct appreciation of events." R3870 [419] 108. Hobson, J. A.: The War in South Africa: Its Causes and Effects (London: James Nisbet, 1900) 8vo; original red cloth, lettered in gilt on spine and upper cover; pp. viii + 324, incl. index; publisher's adverts. Cloth sunned, mottled and discoloured, with a little wear to joints, spine extremities and corners; hinges just starting; some foxing to endpapers and edges, occasional fox spot elsewhere. Good. (Hackett, p. 158; Mendelssohn I, p. 720) 'The writer maintains that Milner did not know the way to deal with Kruger, and this rendered the Conference at Bloemfontein abortive.... Mr. Hobson asserts that the Afrikanders will be in a practical majority after the war, being of opinion that there will be no great influx of British subjects, either for mining or agricultural purposes, and in conclusion he suggests that the best plan for the settlement of South Africa after the war would be the adoption of a policy which would nearest approach to the satus quo ante bellum." - Mendelssohn R344 [245] 109. Hofmeyr, N.: Zes Maanden bij de Commando's (The Hague: Van Stockum & Zoon, 1903) Squarish 8vo; original blue cloth, lettered in gilt on spine and upper cover; pp Joints very lightly rubbed; a little light browning; occasional fox spot; some pencilled marginalia. Very good condition. Dutch text. (Mendelssohn I, p. 721) "An account of the war up to the time of Cronje's surrender. The tone of the volume is not so bitter as that of

18 similar productions from Afrikander pens, and the narrative is not at all one-sided." - Mendelssohn R1290 [116] 110. Hole, Hugh Marshall: Old Rhodesian Days (London: Macmillan, 1928) 8vo; original brown cloth, lettered in gilt on spine; pp. (x) + 142, incl. index; plates; folding map. Extremities very lightly rubbed; gift inscription to front free endpaper. Very good condition. "In these pages I have endeavoured to recapture a little of the atmosphere which surrounded the early settlers of Rhodesia. To the present generation with their railways, their motor-cars and their wireless telegraphy the more leisurely existence of the bullock waggon days may appear dull, but it had its charm and was not without occasional excitement. It provided opportunities for the development of character - national as well as individual, and it was constantly relieved by the exhilirating sense of participation in a great adventure." R800 [721] 111. Holt, Edgar: The Boer War (London: Putnam, 1958) 8vo; original red cloth, lettered in gilt on spine; tinted top edge; pictorial dustwrapper; endpaper maps; pp. 317, incl. index; plates. Dustwrapper edgeworn and partially sunned, with scuff to spine panel. Very good condition. "The first of modern wars, and yet one in which old-fashioned heroics were still practised - such was the South African War of " R86 [294] 112. Holt, Edgar: The Boer War (London: Putnam, 1958) Uncorrected proof copy. 215 x 136 mm; red wrappers, lettered in black to upper cover; pp. 304; plates. Wrappers a bit tanned; archival tape strengthening to backstrip; prelims. working loose but present. Fair to good. R129 [95] 113. Honikman, A. H. (editor & producer): Cape Town: City of Good Hope (Cape Town: Howard B. Timmins, 1966) 4to; pictorial cream cloth; laminated pictorial dustwrapper; pictorial endpapers; pp. 279; map; profusely illustrated with artwork and photographs, incl. some colour. Dustwrapper very slightly edgeworn; trace of spotting to top edge. Very good condition. "A well documented and pictorial survey of Cape Town in a single volume represents a task of considerable magnitude. This task has taken three years to complete. The result has been attained by the co-operation of a selected band of writers and artists whose efforts reflect Cape Town's eternal fascination." R200 [910] 114. Hooper, Jim: Koevoet! (Johannesburg: Jonathan Ball, 1989) 8vo; original pale grey boards, lettered in white on spine; laminated pictorial dustwrapper; pp. (x) + 236; numerous photographs in colour and monochrome. Some light foxing to edges, endpapers and reverse of dustwrapper, occasionally elsewhere. Very good condition. "Koevoet! is an intense and unique account of the little-understood Southern African bushwar, written by American Jim Hooper. He is the first journalist ever to have been granted unrestricted access to the controversial and predominantly black South West African Police Counterinsurgency Unit - the notorious Koevoet. The four months Hooper spent on operations with Koevoet coincided with one of the most determined and bloody infiltrations by SWAPO into SWA/Namibia in recent years. This moving and horrifying account of the vicious semi-secret bushwar brings a deeply personal insight into an exceptional unit and their operations, never before observed by an outsider." R1032 [588] 115. Hopkins, H. C.: Maar één soos hy. Die lewe van Kommandant C. A. van Niekerk (Cape Town: Tafelberg, 1963) 8vo; original white boards; price-clipped dustwrapper; pp. 303; frontis. portrait tipped in; plates. Dustwrapper very slightly edgeworn; small tape marks to pastedowns and dustwrapper flaps; earlier owner's name signed on front free endpaper; top edge and endpapers a little foxed. Very good condition. Afrikaans text. "Van N. was a man of powerful stature and proud bearing. To his ardent patriotism and love of his heritage he added a simple dignity and humble piety. He was in fact an aristocrat of Afrikaners and at the end of a long life he had a unique place in the hearts of his people as 'Oom Chris'. Three days after his death he was buried with full military honours in the 'Heldeakker' in Oudtshoorn near his friend of long standing, C. J. Langenhoven." - H. C. Hopkins, DSAB IV, p R258 [416] 116. Hoste, 'Skipper': Gold Fever (Salisbury: Pioneer Head, 1977) Edited by N. S. Davies. 210 x 150 mm; pictorial wrappers; pp. 143; map; contemporary photographs and illustrations. Wrappers creased, sunned and quite worn, especially to spine extremities, with some archival tape reinforcing; sporadic foxing. Good reading copy. " 'Skipper' Hoste was Captain of 'B' Troop of the Pioneer Corps and in charge of the flag-rasing ceremony at Fort Salisbury on September 13th This book was written before his death in 1936 and has now been brought to light and edited by his grandson N. S. Davies. It is a personal account of the occupation and settlement of Rhodesia, including the search for gold following the disbandment of the Pioneer Corps." R215 [9] 117. Howarth, David: A Near Run Thing. The Day of Waterloo (London: Collins, 1968) 8vo; original black cloth, lettered in gilt on spine; laminated pictorial dustwrapper; endpaper map; pp. viii + (ii) + 239, incl. index; profusely illustrated, incl. full colour; battle plans. Trace of spotting to top edge. Near fine condition. "A great many books have been written about the Battle of Waterloo but none quite like this; the reader can feel the shock of battle almost as if he were there." R100 [864] 118. Howell, Herbert Gwynne (original author), and André Wessels (editor): Anglo-Boer War Diary of Herbert Gwynne Howell (Pretoria: Human Sciences Research Council, 1986) Source Publication No vo; original pictorial papered boards; pictorial dustwrapper, housed in removable protector; pp. (xii) + 218, incl. index; photographs; four maps, including folding map in end-pocket. Few fox spots to top edge. Near fine condition. ' "If we go on like this the war will never end" ( ). This despairing utterance came from a man who had already seen nearly two years' campaigning, had endured a siege, had unsuccessfully pursued the elusive Gen. Christiaan De Wet, and who after several months of anti-guerilla operations was perhaps beginning to wonder whether waging the war was really worth the effort.... Gwynne Howell's diary gives a fresh insight into the Anglo-Boer War and underlines the importance of historical source publications in the better understanding of the past.' R600 [492] 119. Izedinova, Sophia: A Few Months with the Boers. The War Reminiscences of a Russian Nursing Sister

19 (Johannesburg: Perskor, 1977) Translated and edited by C. Moody. 8vo; original grey boards, lettered in white on spine and upper cover; laminated pictorial dustwrapper; pp. (vi) + iv + 254, incl. index; map; photographs. Dustwrapper's spine panel slightly sunned; light bump to bottom fore-corners. Very good condition. "Her reminiscences, hitherto untranslated, and unknown outside Russia, were published in St Petersburg in They describe her experiences during the war, including some famous battles and many of the outstanding personalities of the day whom she had met. About Sister Izedinova herself little is known, but she will immediately strike the reader as an extremely intelligent, well-travelled and articulate observer." R258 [438] 120. Izedinova, Sophia: A Few Months with the Boers. The War Reminiscences of a Russian Nursing Sister (Johannesburg: Perskor, 1977) Translated and edited by C. Moody. 8vo; original grey boards, lettered in white on spine and upper cover; laminated pictorial dustwrapper; pp. (vi) + iv + 254, incl. index; map; photographs. Dustwrapper's spine panel slightly sunned; some spotting to top edge. Very good condition. R258 [315] 121. Jackson, Tabitha: The Boer War (London: Channel 4 Books, 1999) 4to; original grey cloth, lettered in silver gilt on spine; laminated pictorial dustwrapper, housed in removable protector; pp. 192, incl. index; liberally illustrated with contemporary photographs and artwork; a few maps. Near fine condition. "The combination of new research, powerful oral testimony, and a wealth of recently discovered letters and diaries makes The Boer War, and the Channel 4 series made by Twenty Twenty Television that it accompanies, and important reassessment. Illustrated throughout with many previously unseen photographs, The Boer War is a unique history of a much misunderstood conflict that has cast a long shadow across the century." R150 [406] 122. [James, Lionel]: 'The Intelligence Officer' On the Heels of De Wet (Edinburgh: William Blackwood and Sons, 1902) Crown 8vo; original pale brown cloth blocked in black and brown; pp. vi + (ii) Some worm-holes to backstrip; sporadic, moderate foxing. Good. (Hackett, pp. 91, 161; Mendelssohn I, p. 764) "An account of operations to suppress the Boer invasion of Cape Colony in The author took part in various drives chiefly in pursuit of the Boer commander De Wet. The narrative, based on the writer's war diary, was first published as a series of papers in Blackwood's Magazine." - Hackett: South African War Books, p. 91. R344 [85] 123. Jeffreys, Kathleen M.: Kaapse Archiefstukken lopende over het jaar Afgeschreven en van een Register voorzien door Kathleen M. Jeffreys, M.A., van het Kaapse Archief met een voorwoord door E.A. Walker (Cape Town: Cape Times, 1926) 8vo; original red cloth; pp. iv + (iv) Very good condition. Sourcebook concerning the first Dutch occupation of the Cape of Good Hope during the time of Governor van Plettenberg. R300 [891] 124. Jeffreys, Kathleen M.: Kaapse Archiefstukken lopende over het jaar Afgeschreven en van een Register voorzien door Kathleen M. Jeffreys, M.A., van het Kaapse Archief (Cape Town: Cape Times, 1927) 8vo; original red cloth; pp. vi + (ii) Very good condition. Sourcebook concerning the first Dutch occupation of the Cape of Good Hope during the time of Governor van Plettenberg. R360 [892] 125. Jeffreys, Kathleen M.: Kaapse Archiefstukken lopende over het jaar Afgeschreven en van een Register voorzien door Kathleen M. Jeffreys, M.A., van het Kaapse Archief met een voorwoord door E.A. Walker (Cape Town: Cape Times, 1928) 8vo; original red cloth; pp. iv + (iv) Very good condition. Sourcebook concerning the first Dutch occupation of the Cape of Good Hope during the time of Governor van Plettenberg. R400 [893] 126. Jeffreys, Kathleen M.: Kaapse Archiefstukken lopende over het jaar Afgeschreven en van een Register voorzien door Kathleen M. Jeffreys, M.A., van het Kaapse Archief (Cape Town: Cape Times, 1930) 8vo; original red cloth; pp. (iv) Very good condition. Sourcebook concerning the first Dutch occupation of the Cape of Good Hope during the time of Governor van Plettenberg. R400 [894] 127. Jeffreys, Kathleen M.: Kaapse Archiefstukken lopende over het jaar 1782 (Deel I) and Kaapse Archiefstukken lopende over het jaar 1782 met de Secrete Correspondentie van 1778 tot 1782 (Deel 2) (Cape Town: Cape Times, 1931 & Pretoria: De Staatsdrukker, 1935) Afgeschreven en van een Register voorzien door Kathleen M. Jeffreys, M.A., van het Kaapse Archief. Two volume set; 8vo; original red cloth; pp. (iv) & (viii) Very good condition. Sourcebook concerning the first Dutch occupation of the Cape of Good Hope during the time of Governor van Plettenberg. R600 [895] 128. Jeffreys, Kathleen M.: Kaapse Archiefstukken lopende over het jaar 1783 Deel I. Afgeschreven en van een Register voorzien door Kathleen M. Jeffreys, M.A., van het Kaapse Archief (Pretoria: De Staatsdrukker, 1938) 8vo; original red cloth; pp. (viii) Cloth a little stippled. Very good condition. Sourcebook concerning the first Dutch occupation of the Cape of Good Hope during the time of Governor van Plettenberg. R350 [896] 129. Jeppe, Carl: The Kaleidoscopic Transvaal (London: Chapman & Hall, 1906) Demy 8vo; original red cloth, lettered in gilt on spine and upper cover; pp. xii + 266, incl. index. Spine a bit darkened, with trace of wear to head and tail; corners turned with trace of wear; library label to rear pastedown; moderate foxing. Good. (Mendelssohn I, p. 779; Hosken, p. 109) 'An interesting sketch consisting "largely of reminiscences interspersed with camp-fire stories and old half-forgotten tales." The author was a well-known citizen of the Transvaal, his family having settled there in 1870.' - Mendelssohn R200 [425] 130. Jooste, Graham, & Abrie Oosthuizen: So het hulle gesterf. Gedenkboek van teregstellings van Kaapse rebelle en Republikeinse burgers tydens die Anglo- Boereoorlog (Pretoria: J. P. van der Walt, 1998) 8vo; laminated pictorial boards; pictorial endpapers; pp. 253; photographs; map. Slight bump to tail of spine. Near fine condition. Afrikaans text. "Met SO HET HULLE GESTERF word daar in die eerste plek gepoog om 'n oorsig te gee van al die burgers en burgerlikes wat tydens die Anglo-Boereoorlog voor die vuurpeloton of aan die galg gesterf het. Daar word ook vertel van sommige veroordeeldes se laaste ure, persoonlike boodskappe en briewe, van hoe hulle tereggestel is, waar hulle begrawe lê, van hoe hulle deur die nageslag in monumente,

20 gedenkstene en ererolle gedenk word - maar ook hoe ander in vergetelheid verdwyn het." R516 [398] 131. Jooste, Graham, and Roger Webster: Innocent Blood (Cape Town: Spearhead, 2002) 228 x 150 mm; laminated pictorial wrappers; pp. 238, incl. index; profusely illustrated. Slightly sunned on spine. Very good condition. "Innocent Blood recounts the heartwrenching stories of Cape rebels and republican soldiers executed by the British during the Anglo- Boer War. The Boer republics of the Transvaal and Orange Free State and the burgers of the Cape faced an empire determined to eradicate any hint of dissent in the colony. Stories of suffering and injustice during the war are well documented. Less known are accounts of the summary executions in ways that shocked even commentators loyal to the Crown in England. These tales of brutal injustice, which include poignant last words of the condemned, reveal the details of suffering and devastation of all those touched by the executions. They relate the emotional turmoil, the bravery and even the humorous expressions of irony of the condemned during their last hours." R301 [399] 132. Jordaan, G. (compiler): Hoe zij stierven. Mededeelingen aangaande het einde dergenen, aan wien gedurende den laatsten oorlog, in de Kaap-Kolonie het doodvonnis voltrokken is (Burgersdorp: De Stem-Drukkerij, 1904) First edition. 8vo; original brown cloth, lettered in black and red to upper cover; pp. 220; photographic portrait illustrations throughout. Short crack to top edge of upper board; backstrip slightly sunned; front free endpaper removed; discreet archival tape repair to lower hinge; trace of foxing to endpapers and edges. Good condition. Dutch text. (Mendelssohn I, p. 791) This is an account of the deaths, largely by execution, of Republican sympathisers, with pen portraits and photographs of each. Although mostly devoted to Cape Boers who were killed during the Anglo-Boer War, the book also relates the deaths of General Beyers and Captain Jopie Fourie, who were prominent in the South African Rebellion of R1634 [167] 133. Jordaan, G. (compiler): Hoe zij stierven. Mededelingen aangaande het einde dergenen, aan wie gedurende de Oorlog , in de Kaap-Kolonie het doodvonnis voltrokken is (Cape Town: H.A.U.M., 1917, 2nd impression) 8vo; cloth-backed printed paper over boards; pp. 208; photographic portrait illustrations throughout. Cover very worn and soiled; penned code to tail of spine; front free endpaper and pastedown adhering; rear hinge starting; regular browning throughout; brown stain to top fore-corner of endpapers and several leaves. Fair condition only. Dutch text. The Afrikaans translation of this work was published in (Nienaber I, p. 172) R774 [50] 134. Kalff, S.: Onder een Worstelend Volk. Met tal van platen en portretten en een kaart van Zuid-Afrika (Haarlem: Tjeenk Willink, 1899) 8vo; original olivegreen cloth, lettered in gilt to spine and upper cover; gilt Z.A.R. coat-of-arms to upper cover; pp. 205; many full-page and text illustrations; large, folding map. Spine tanned and a little rubbed at head and tail; slight bump to top fore-corner of upper board; a little occasional light foxing; folding map a bit creased to foreedge, with short tear, repaired on reverse side with archival tape. Very good condition. Dutch text. (Schutte: Nederlandse Publicaties betreffende Zuid-Afrika , 429; Mendelssohn I, p. 802) 'The Preface commences with the significant English expression, "Fear God and keep your powder dry," and a comparison is drawn between Cromwell and his puritans and Kruger and his people. Reference is made to the struggles of the Dutch against the Spanish power, and to the contest between David and Goliath, and it is inferred that in the case of a war between England and the Republics it is possible that "Britain will find her Moscow"... on this occasion. The volume gives descriptions of Cape Town and Pretoria, with many references to the history of South Africa, and there are some interesting illustrations and portraits of leaders of Boer and British politics.' - Mendelssohn R602 [58] 135. Kenney, R.U.: Piet Retief. The Dubious Hero (Cape Town: Human & Rousseau, 1976) 8vo; original orange boards; dustwrapper; pp Dustwrapper a little rubbed, and sunned on spine panel. Very good condition. "It will pain many white South Africans to learn that Piet Retief, whom they have been made to believe was a great national hero, is not entitled to that distinction at all. But there it is: the story of his life is one of failure from the very day he started on his own until the day he died on Hlomo-ambutu." R300 [634] 136. Kestell, J. D.: Christiaan de Wet. 'n Lewensbeskrywing (Cape Town: De Nationale Pers, [1922]) Demy 8vo; original light green cloth, lettered in black on spine; pp. (viii) + 323; plates. Cloth a little rubbed, with trace of stippling to lower cover; ownership inscription penned to front free endpaper; hinges starting; a little foxing. Good. Afrikaans text. (Nienaber I, p. 180) Despite the title page giving 1920 as the date of publication, Nienaber states that the second edition was printed in Firsthand account of the great guerilla general, Christiaan de Wet. "On the outbreak of the Second Anglo-Boer War (1899) he [Kestell] joined the Harrismith commando as a chaplain, and later became the trusted adviser of Pres. M. T. Steyn and Gen. C. R. de Wet. Numerous stories are still told about Kestell's fearlessness on commando, his courage, endurance, cheerfulness despite hardships, and his unselfish aid for the sick and wounded.... Kestell later wrote the first biography of his friend, De Wet, with whom he had shared so much joy and sorrow: Christiaan de Wet: 'n lewensbeskrywing (Cape Town, 1920). It appeared before De Wet's death." - DSAB I, p R344 [59] 137. Kestell, J. D.: Christiaan de Wet. 'n Lewensbeskrywing (Cape Town: De Nationale Pers, 1920) Demy 8vo; original light green cloth, lettered in black on spine; pp. (viii) + 283; plates. Cloth rubbed, and a little frayed to corners; school prize inscription, dated "Dec. 1919" (?) to front free endpaper; some foxing to edges, occasional fox spot elsewhere; lower hinge starting. Good. Afrikaans text. (Nienaber I, p. 180) R258 [217] 138. Kestell, J. D.: Through Shot and Flame. The Adventures and Experiences of J. D. Kestell, Chaplain to President Steyn and General Christian de Wet (London: Methuen, 1903) 8vo; re-cased, the original cloth laid on new blue cloth; new endpapers; lettered in gilt on spine and in blind on upper cover; pp. x publisher's catalogue.

21 Original backstrip only partially preserved; some foxing to edges and outermost leaves, occasional fox spot elsewhere; very occasional pencilled marginalia. Good to very good condition. (Hackett, p. 163; Mendelssohn I, p. 814) "The author was the principal minister of the Dutch Reformed Church at Kimberley for many years before he was called to Harrismith, in which town he was stationed at the outbreak of hostilities. He relates in his Preface that his wife, solicitous for his personal safety, burnt the first part of the MS. of this work, and that at his capture at Graspan, near Reitz, he lost a third part of his notes. These occurrences, however, have not prevented him from writing an interesting account of his experiences during the war, throughout which he acted as Chaplain to the Republican forces of the Free State, and the work, though tinged with great hostility to the British, does not fail at times to be critical of the actions and conduct of the Republican forces." - Mendelssohn R1032 [55] 139. Kieser, A.: President Steyn in die Krisisjare (Cape Town: Nasionale Boekhandel, [Foreword 1939]) Squarish 8vo; original light blue cloth, lettered in blue on spine and upper cover; pp. 213, incl. index; pp. ix + (iii) + 213, incl. index; plates. Cloth partially sunned, with a little wear to extremities, and penned code to tail of spine; faint evidence of label and stamp having been removed from front endpaper; stamps to title leaf recto and verso. Good condition. Afrikaans text. Not in Nienaber I. "Van al die presidente van die Vrystaatse Republiek was Steyn die enigste gebore Vrystater, en naas Kruger ongetwyfeld die grootste Afrikaner-staatsman van die negentiende eeu.... Die tydperk van 1896 af tot 1899 moet ons sien teen die agtergrond van die ontwikkeling wat dit voorafgegaan het, en dit is noodsaaklik om die ontwikkeling van die Staat in breë trekke te skets ten einde die tydperk 1896 tot 1899 in sy regte lig te sien." R300 [424] 140. Klein, Harry: Light Horse Cavalcade. The Imperial Light Horse (Cape Town: Howard Timmins, 1969) 4to; original red rexine, lettered in gilt on spine, with gilt regimental emblem and lettering to upper cover; pictorial dustwrapper; pictorial endpapers; pp. 200, incl. index; profusely illustrated. Very good dustwrapper, partially sunned; endpapers, edges and endpapers somewhat foxed, occasional fox spot elsewhere. Good to very good condition. "Light Horse Cavalcade carries the reader through every campaign of South African military history from 1899 onwards - the Zulu Rebellion in 1906, the revolt and strikes on the Rand, the tragic 1914 rebellion, the campaign in South- West Africa in 1915, the battle of Ellis Park in 1922, through to the undying glory of the 1st and 2nd South African Divisions in the Western Desert campaigns, and the 6th South African Armoured Division in Italy." R500 [572] 141. Knox, E. Blake: Buller's Campaign with the Natal Field Force of 1900 (London: R. Brimley Johnson, 1902) Demy 8vo; original red cloth, lettered in gilt on spine and upper cover; t.e.g.; pp. xx + 336, incl. index; plates; maps, incl. folding. Cloth rather worn, with trace of soiling; gilt dull; backstrip somewhat brittle; a little foxing and some fingering; binding a bit slack; frontispiece missing; tear to fore-edge of one plate, not affecting image. Good. (Hackett, p. 163; Mendelssohn I, p. 840) 'An account of the hostilities in Natal from the march to the Tugela River in January 1900 to the Relief of Ladysmith, and the subsequent battles of Laing's Nek and Belfast. The writer states that he was "present at each and every engagement," that he describes "as medical officer of one or the other unit employed in the fighting lines. My duties also brought me on conversational terms with many of the enemy, both in the early and later stages of the war, and I am thus able to record certain hitherto unpublished items of interest bearing on the campaign, gathered from the Boer side, all of which I have given as nearly as possible in the words of the speakers.... I have endeavoured to present a brief, though accurate, account of some of the enormous difficulties that General Buller's army had to surmount; concerning these, considerable vagueness seems to prevail in this country. If ever truth lay at the bottom of a well, it must have been during war-time, and the Natal Campaign has verified that proverb." ' - Mendelssohn R774 [246] 142. Knox, E. Blake: Buller's Campaign with the Natal Field Force of 1900 (London: R. Brimley Johnson, 1902) Demy 8vo; original red cloth, lettered in gilt on spine and upper cover; t.e.g.; pp. xx + 336, incl. index; plates; maps, incl. folding. Backstrip very slightly sunned, with trace of wear to head and tail; moderate foxing throughout. Good to very good condition. (Hackett, p. 163; Mendelssohn I, p. 840) R946 [252] 143. Krause, Ludwig (author), and Jerold Taitz and others (editors): The War Memoirs of Commandant Ludwig Krause (Cape Town: Van Riebeeck Society, 1996) Second Series No vo; original dark grey cloth, lettered in gilt on spine, with gilt publisher's device to upper cover; laminated pictorial dustwrapper; endpaper map; colour frontis. tipped in; maps; photographs. Occasional fox spot. Very good condition. "The memoirs of Krause are remarkable for their clarity and descriptive power. He compiled them soon after his capture in December 1900 and their value is enhanced by his outspoken and sometimes pungent opinions, not only of his British foes, but of some of Kruger's adherents who lacked competence and fibre. Krause's vigorous unvarnished testimony has high historical importance and after nearly a century takes its rightful place among the foremost published accounts of a Boer combatant's involvement in the South African War." R200 [823] 144. Kritzinger, P. H., & R. D. McDonald: In die Skaduwee van die Dood (Cape Town: Nasionale Pers, 1939) Squarish 8vo; later coarse oatmeal cloth, with upper cover panel and backstrip of original laid down; new endpapers; pp. (iv) + ii + (ii) + 246; plates; battle plans. Light bump to top fore-corner of upper board; faint library code to original backstrip; another internal accession code and hand-stamp erased, though just visible; occasional foxing. Good to very good condition. Afrikaans text. (Nienaber I, p. 190) Afrikaans version of 'In the Shadow of Death'. R516 [519] 145. Kritzinger, P. H., and R. D. McDonald: In the Shadow of Death (London: Printed for private circulation by William Clowes and Sons, 1904) 8vo; original maroon cloth, lettered in gilt on spine and upper cover; pp. (vi) + 178;

22 plates; battle plans in text. Cloth rubbed, a little sunned to backstrip, which is a touch frayed at head and tail; ownership inscription to front pastedown and rear free endpaper recto; quite browned; some foxing; lower hinge starting. Good condition. (Hackett, p. 164; Hosken, p. 118; SABIB 3, p. 23) Significant biography, co-authored by Kritzinger and his personal secretary: there has been relatively little written about one of the most important generals of the Anglo-Boer War's guerilla phase. R1032 [242] 146. Krüger, D. W.: Die Krugermiljoene (Johannesburg: Perskor, 1979) 8vo; original brown boards, lettered in white on spine; pictorial dustwrapper, housed in removable protector; pp.123; some illustrations and facsimiles. Near fine condition. Afrikaans text. "Prof. D. W. Krüger vertel in hierdie boek die ware verhaal oor die Krugermiljoene. Hierdie onderwerp geniet reeds sy toegewyde aandag en studie sedert 1935, en nadat hy dié hele storie ontrafel en weer logies aanmekaar gelas het, kan hy nou in hierdie boek die feite blootlê." R300 [504] 147. Krüger, D. W.: The Age of the Generals. A Short Political History of the Union of South Africa, (no place: Dagbreek Book Store, 1958) 8vo; original red boards, lettered in black on spine; pictorial dustwrapper; endpaper map; pp Dustwrapper rubbed, and sunned on spine panel, with small tape repair to reverse; small tape mark to boards; a little foxing. Good condition. "[The author] describes the attempts made by Botha, Hertzog and Smuts to build a new nation, explains the problems each of them had to face and the extent to which they succeeded in their task." R172 [340] 148. Kruger, Rayne: Good-bye Dolly Gray. The story of the Boer War (London: Cassell, 1959) 8vo; original red cloth, lettered in gilt on spine; pictorial dustwrapper; pp. xii + 540, incl. index; several plates; maps, incl. 1 large, folding. Trace of edge wear to very good dustwrapper, which has old tape repairs to reverse of spine panel; some fox spots to top edge. Very good condition. "We have had to wait until the sixtieth anniversary of the outbreak of this war for an account of it which is both readable and complete; vivid while being absolutely unbiased. Rayne Kruger sees and describes the background, the personalities, the campaigns and the lasting effects on Africa clearly and without censure." R258 [322] 149. Kruger, S.J. Paul: Gedenkschriften van Paul Kruger; gedicteerd aan H.C. Bredell en Piet Grobler;... Geautoriseerde Nederlandsche uitgave bewerkt door Frederik Rompel. Premie van het nieuws van den dag (Amsterdam: J, Funke, 1902) 240 x 166 mm; original grey wrappers; pp. xii (ii); frontis. portrait. Wrappers worn and a little soiled; portion torn from bottom fore-corner of upper cover and flyleaf; earlier owner's name signed, with date, on flyleaf; some leaves unopened. Fair to good. (Mendelssohn I, p. 854 [Scheltema & Holkema ed.]) Although Mendelssohn states that "the Dutch version of the Memoirs" contains "a large number of illustrations which are wanting in the English edition," the Funke edition has only one illustration, the portrait of Kruger. R200 [884] 150. Küttner, H.: Unter dem Deutschen Roten Kreuz im Südafrikanischen Kriege (Leipzig: Verlag von S. Hirzel, 1900) Large 8vo; original pictorial green cloth, lettered in gilt on spine and in red and black on upper cover; pp. vii + (i) 252; photogravure frontis. portrait; numerous photographic illustrations in text. Extremities a touch rubbed; spine slightly frayed at head and tail; earlier owner's hand-stamp to free endpapers; library stamps to front free endpaper and title page recto and verso; endpapers, frontis. and edges a bit foxed. Good condition. German text. (Mendelssohn I, p. 856; Spohr & Poller, 1495) The caption to the frontispiece portrait of President Paul Kruger reproduces a note of thanks in the President's hand for outstanding services rendered by the German Ambulance Unit. The German Red Cross made itself available to the Boer forces during the Anglo-Boer War, and this work is a record of its involvement in the early part of the conflict. R688 [214] 151. Laidler, Percy Ward, and Michael Gelfand: South Africa. Its Medical History A Medical and Social Study (Cape Town: Struik, 1971) Number 637 of an edition limited to 2000 copies. Squarish 8vo; original burgundy rexine, lettered in gilt on spine; pictorial dustwrapper; pp. xii + 536, incl. index; plates; tables. Spine panel a bit sunned; edges slightly browned. Near fine condition. "This book deals with medical practice in South Africa by doctors and unqualified practitioners. Much is written on the epidemics and attempts to curb their spread. The slave population created its own peculiar problems. The first hospitals catered for officials and in 1818 Bailey started a public hospital. The Supreme Medical Committee formed in 1807 was an innovation ahead of its time. Doctors who arrived with the 1820 Settlers stimulated medical thought. From its pages emanate the figures of James Barry and Sir George Grey who with Dr. Fitzgerald established a health service for Africans. A midwifery school was started in 1810, a school for nurses was founded in Kimberley, followed by far sighted health measures and the establishment of research laboratories in South Africa. Written in a pleasant, flowing style the volume is easy to read, providing a fund of information on the life of the times and the change to a more humanitarian approach." R1290 [136] 152. Lamb, Doreen: The Republican Presidents. Volume 1 & Volume 2 (Johannesburg: Perskor, 1974, 1976) Each volume signed by the author, with date, on title page. Two 8vo volumes; pictorial boards; pp. (viii) + 120, incl. index, (viii) + 111, incl. index; contemporary illustrations. Spines a little sunned; trace of spotting to top edges. Very good condition. Biographies of each of the following: Josias Phillipus Hoffman, Jacobus Nicolaas Boshof, Marthinus Wessel Pretorius, Johannes Henricus Brand, Francis William Reitz, Marthinus Theunis Steyn, Thomas Francois Burgers, Stephanus Johannes Paulus Kruger. R344 [501] 153. Le Riche, P.J. (original author), and O.J.O. Ferreira (editor): Memoirs of General Ben Bouwer, as written by P.J. le Riche (Pretoria: Human Sciences Research Council, 1980) Bronnepublikasie Nr. 9. 8vo; original orange cloth, lettered in black on spine;

23 pictorial dustwrapper; pp. (xii) + 365, incl. index; photographs; folding map in end-pocket. Trace of foxing to edges and endpapers. Very good condition. "His military exploits during the Second Anglo-Boer War take the reader from the battlefields in Natal and the Free State, down the Eastern Line to the Portuguese border and from there through the Bushveld to the Western Transvaal; he then turns south through the Free State and the Eastern Cape to the Western Province and Namaqualand. During these assignments Bouwer took part in the battles of Colenso, Spioenkop and Pieter's Hill, was among the reinforcements sent to Bloemfontein, retreated to the Transvaal, fought at Buffelspoort and Nooitgedacht and had a hand in the raid into the Cape Colony and the capture of Van Rhynsdorp, Calvinia, Springbok and O'Kiep." R516 [490] 154. Lee, Emanoel: To the Bitter End. A Photographic History of the Boer War (Harmondsworth: Viking, 1985) Signed on front free endpaper "Best wishes / Emanoel Lee / " 4to; original pale grey boards, lettered in red on spine; pictorial dustwrapper, housed in removable protector; pp. xii + 226, incl. index; liberally illustrated with contemporary photographs; maps. A little foxing to top edge, and lower flap. Near fine condition. Signed by the author. "This book is written around a unique collection of photographs taken during the Boer War, the majority previously unpublished. When the war started, light, simple Kodak cameras had recently come on to the market, and for the first time events could be seen through the lens of the amateur photographer. Yet very few of these amateur pictures were published at the time, despite the appearance of numerous publications featuring professional photographs of the war. Here, however, posed official war photographs are replaced by startling images of real-life bloodshed, military incompetence and civilian suffering, taken by those most closely involved." R300 [404] 155. Lehmann, Joseph: The First Boer War (London: Jonathan Cape, 1972) 8vo; original brown cloth, lettered in gilt on spine; laminated pictorial dustwrapper; tinted top edge; endpaper illustrations; pp. 330, incl. index; plates; maps. Very good condition. "In this definitive study of a small war, Professor Lehmann describes the events that culminated in a unique people confronting and confounding an empire at the height of its wealth and power." R129 [314] 156. Leibbrandt, H. C. V. (compiler): De Rebellie van 1815, Algemeen Bekend als Slachters Nek. Eene Volledige Verzameling van al de Stukken in verband met de Terechtstelling der Beschuldigden; Met vele Belangrijke Bijlagen (Cape Town: Juta, 1903) 243 x 150 mm; original printed paper wrappers; pp. iv Lower wrapper detached and missing; backstrip and upper cover tanned, creased and rather worn; a little creasing; occasional fox spot; final leaf a little ragged, but with no loss of text. Fair to good. Dutch text. One of the most important documents on a seminal aspect of the Great Trek. (Mendelssohn I, p. 881 [English version of 1902]) 'It is claimed that this publication affords a narrative of the exact facts of the Slachter's Nek episode, and there are no comments on the part of the compiler or the editor. Mr. Leibbrandt was successful in discovering "the evidence given at the trial... in the handwriting of the Secretary of the Special Commissioner that tried the accused, the late Mr. Beelaerts van Blokland, every declaration being signed, or crossmarked by the witness who made it, as well as by Messrs. P. Diemel and W. Hiddingh - the two members forming the commission - and the secretary, the aforesaid Mr. Beelaerts van Blokland." The compilation includes the "History of the case of Frederik Bezuidenhout, and such letters as were written on the subject by the Governor, Landrosts Cuyler and Stockenstrom, and others.... They throw much light on the state of affairs on the borders, and the means employed for the better protection of the residents there." ' - Mendelssohn R800 [883] 157. Leipoldt, C Louis: The Valley. A Trilogy by C Louis Leipoldt. Gallows Gecko. Stormwrack. The Mask (Cape Town: Stormberg, 2001) 245 x 170 mm; laminated pictorial wrappers; facsimiles to reverse of wrappers; pp. xvi + (ii) (iv); some photographs; map. Fine condition. "C Louis Leipoldt's trilogy, The Valley, spanning the period 1820 to 1930, is an exquisite expression of the texture of semi-rural life in the Cape Colony and, after Union, in the Cape Province of South Africa, including an unusual account of the Anglo-Boer War from the perspective of both Dutch- and English-speaking subjects of the British Empire." R400 [877] 158. Levine, Elias: The Coinage and Counterfeits of the Zuid-Afrikaansche Republiek (Cape Town: Purnell, 1974) 8vo; original black rexine, lettered in gilt on spine; pictorial dustwrapper; pp. viii + (ii) + 127; photographs, incl. some colour; tables. Trace of foxing to edges. Very good condition. "Coin-collectors, particularly ZAR enthusiasts, will welcome the publication of this detailed study of the Zuid-Afrikaansche Republiek coinage. Chapters include collecting for beginners, coin care and grading, examination of the regular ZAR series as well as rarities, and of interest to all numismatists, the most comprehensive information on forgeries yet published and some exciting new facts on the legendary Kruger millions. Investors are advised on investing profitably in the 'new Kruger millions', the Krugerrands, as well as ZAR coins, of which there is a catalogue included of current valuations. The foreword to this commemorative volume is by Mrs F. B. Lang, President Burgers' granddaughter and owner of two Burgers Staatsponde." R860 [503] 159. Levitas, Ben (text), and Jean Morris (photographs): South African Tribal Life Today (Cape Town: College Press, 1984) 4to; laminated pictorial boards; pp. 160; lavishly illustrated with full-colour photographs; some maps. Boards very slightly rubbed. Very good condition. "More than half the people of South Africa are effected by tribal values and customs. This book looks at various aspects of tribal life that are still practised.... This book preserves for students, layreaders and tourists, the remnants of a way of life which has almost completely disappeared." R150 [909] 160. Leyds, W. J.: Correspondentie [eight volumes] (Amsterdam: De Bussy / The Hague: Geuze & Co s, ) Eight 8vo volumes, variously of cream, blue, red and black cloth, with lettering to spines and

24 upper covers. Light wear to cloth; spines a little sunned; some volumes with earlier owner's name signed on fly-leaf, others with hand-stamp to front free endpaper; occasional fox spot. Good to very good condition. Chronologically, in terms of content, the volumes are as follows: 1. Eenige Correspondentie uit 1899 (Zoogenaamde "Eerste Verzameling"); 2. Tweede Verzameling (Correspondentie ) Deel I Tweede Band; 3. Tweede Verzameling (Correspondentie ) Deel II Bijlagen, Index; 4. Derde Verzameling (Correspondentie 1900) Deel I; 5. Derde Verzameling (Correspondentie 1900). Deel II. Bijlagen, Index; 6. Vierde Verzameling (Correspondentie ). Deel I. Eerste Band; 7. Vierde Verzameling (Correspondentie ). Deel I. Tweede Band; 8. Vierde Verzameling (Correspondentie ) Deel II. Bijlagen, Index. R3000 [ ] 161. Leyds, W. J.: De Eerste Annexatie van de Transvaal (Amsterdam: Allert de Lange, 1906) Demy 8vo; original green cloth, lettered in gilt on spine and upper cover; pp. xxi + (iii) + 443, incl. index; large, folding chart, and large, folding map; folding facscimile. Extremities of cloth a bit rubbed; earlier owner's name signed on front pastedown, and his ink stamp to half-title; numerous informed marginal annotations in a neat hand, and some underlining; scattered, light foxing. Good to very good condition. Dutch text. (Mendelssohn I, p. 896 [Unwin English edition]) "De Eerste Annexatie van de Transvaal, which was also published in English and German, appeared in His De eerste annexatie van de Transvaal and Het insluiten van de Boeren-republieken are brilliant works which, although they present matters from one side only, cannot easily be refuted." - DSAB III, p. 519 R1000 [886] 162. Leyds, W. J.: De Eerste Annexatie van de Transvaal (Amsterdam: Allert de Lange, 1906) Demy 8vo; original green cloth, lettered in gilt on spine and upper cover; pp. xxi + (iii) + 443, incl. index; large, folding chart, and large, folding map; folding facscimile. Cloth rather worn; joints starting; corners bumped; front pastedown and free endpaper adhering; earlier owner's name signed verso of front free endpaper and to rear pastedown; initials penned on fore- and top edges; scattered, light foxing. Fair to good condition. Dutch text. (Mendelssohn I, p. 896 [Unwin English edition]) R700 [887] 163. Leyds, W. J.: Het Insluiten van de Boeren-Republieken. Een vervolg op De Eerste Annexatie van de Transvaal. In Twee Deelen (Amsterdam: Allert de Lange, 1914 [1919]) Two demy 8vo volumes; original green cloth, lettered in gilt on spine and upper board in each case; pp. xxvi + (ii) + 386, xi + (i) + 434, incl. index; folding chart and two large, folding maps at end of first volume; 'Naschrift van November 1919' loosely inserted to second volume. Extremities a little rubbed; ownership inscription to front pastedown in each case; scattered, moderate foxing. Very good condition. Dutch text. (SABIB 3, p. 112) "He completed the manuscript of Het insluiten van de Boeren-republieken in 1914 but owing to the war this work was only published in It was also brought out in English and described the history of the relations between the Transvaal Republic and Britain up to His De eerste annexatie van de Transvaal and Het insluiten van de Boeren-republieken are brilliant works which, although they present matters from one side only, cannot easily be refuted." - DSAB III, p. 519 R1200 [876] 164. Lombard, J. P. la Grange: Paul Kruger, die Volksman (Pretoria: J. L. van Schaik, 1925) Introduction by Gustav Preller. 8vo; original pale blue cloth, lettered in brown on spine and upper cover; pp. 241; plates. Cloth a little stippled; school prize book label to front pastedown; regular browning throughout; a little foxing. Good condition. Afrikaans text. (Nienaber I, p. 217; SABIB 3, p. 150) Johannes Petrus la Grange Lombard ( ), Boer commandant and member of the Transvaal Volksraad, was well placed to write this account of the life of Paul Kruger. R344 [153] 165. Lombard, P. S. (author), and A. M. Jackson (compiler): Uit die dagboek van 'n wildeboer ([Johannesburg]: Afrikaanse Pers, [1939]) 8vo; original dark green cloth, lettered in black on spine and upper cover; pp. 160; frontis. portrait. Lightly rubbed; some light foxing to endpapers; earlier owner's hand-stamps to front endpaper, bottom edge and elsewhere. Very good condition. Afrikaans text. Uncommon. (Nienaber I, p. 217) "Hierdie boek het ek begin vanaf die onststaan van die Tweede Vryheidsoorlog in Oktober My begeerte was om die aanvang van die oorlog af alles te boekstaaf wat gebeur, nie alleen my eie ondervindinge nie, maar van alle gebeure waarvan ek kennis gedra het. Hierdie dagboek bevat dan ook die volle waarheid soos ek dit ervaar en aanskou het." R860 [118] 166. Louw, Johan (compiler): Ds. A. F. Louw op St. Helena. Briewe en Belewenisse (Cape Town: N. G. Kerk-Uitgewers, 1963) 8vo; original cream boards; pictorial dustwrapper, housed in removable protector; pp. 136; photographs; map. Dustwrapper slightly rubbed; trace of foxing to endpapers. Very good condition. Afrikaans text. Reminiscences of a Boer chaplain serving his POW countrymen on St. Helena island. "Die skrywer is in 1960 op hoë leeftyd op Somerset- Wes oorlede. Hierdie stukke uit sy dagboek en briewe word vir die eerste maal beskikbaar gestel en aangevul met 'n groot versameling van unieke foto's en vorm 'n belangrike en lesenswaardige dokument oor dié besondere greep uit ons volksgeskiedenis." R258 [100] 167. Macdonald, J. Ramsay: Wat ek in Suid-Afrika Gesien het, September en Oktober 1902 (Johannesburg: Voortrekkerpers, 1942) Authorised translation by J. Albert Coetzee, from the English. 182 x 133 mm; wrappers; pp (i); photographs. Wrappers a little soiled, with trace of damp-stain to top edge of lower cover, and archival tape reinforcing to spine; earlier owner's name signed on fly-leaf; occasional marginal pencilling, fox spots. Good condition. Afrikaans text. 'Mr. Macdonald remarks, "Willie Louw and Scheepers have been shot upon the verdict of a court that did not understand the first elements of justice." ' - Mendelssohn R250 [477] 168. Mackinnon, Major-Gen. W. H.: The Journal of the C. I. V. in South Africa (London: John Murray, 1901) 8vo; original blue cloth, with the regimental crest in red, white and gilt on upper cover; spine lettered in gilt; t.e.g.; pp. xii + 252; plates;

25 maps / battle plans. A little wear to head and tail of slightly discoloured spine; endpapers a bit foxed; some spotting. Very good condition. (Hackett, p. 167; Mendelssohn I, pp ) 'The offer of the Lord Mayor of London to raise and equip a regiment for the South African War was accepted by the Commander-in-Chief, with the proviso that he should appoint the chief officers. Lord Wolseley selected the author to command the C.I.V., and appointed the Earl of Albermarle to command its infantry, and Colonel Cholmondeley to lead the mounted infantry, the two latter with the rank of Lieut.- Colonel. The total number of men who served in the C.I.V. included 64 officers and 1675 of other ranks, and during the campaign 58 were killed and 156 invalided home. No less than 31 volunteers were given commissions (6 officers and 25 men) in the Imperial Army, and 121 remained in Africa in various capacities. A curious point about the regiment was the varied occupations which had been previously followed by the officers and men, and this matter soon attracted the attention of Lord Roberts and the military and civil authorities in South Africa. The appendices contain an analysis of the religions, trades and professions of the officers and men, Lord Roberts' farewell address to the regiment, a list of the camps at which they were stationed in South Africa, and a full list of the names of the officers, non-commissioned officers, and men who served in the campaign.' - Mendelssohn. R860 [30] 169. Macnab, Roy: The French Colonel. Villebois-Mareuil and the Boers (Cape Town: Oxford University Press, 1975) 8vo; original black boards, lettered in white on spine; pictorial dustwrapper; endpaper map; pp. 270, incl. index; maps; plates. Very good condition. "Georges, Comte de Villebois-Mareuil, had in fact been the youngest Colonel in the French Army and had commanded its Foreign Legion in Algeria. Roy Macnab's book is the first in English to trace the complicated circumstances and motives that brought this dashing and romantic hero of French imperialism to fight and die in vain but valiantly, in action against the British in the Orange Free State." R215 [303] 170. Makins, George Henry: Surgical Experiences in South Africa Being mainly a clinical study of the nature and effects of injuries produced by bullets of small calibre (London: Henry Frowde/Hodder & Stoughton, 1913) 8vo; original red cloth, lettered in gilt on spine; pp. xvi + 504, incl. index; plates; illustrations in text. Spine slightly sunned; extremities a bit rubbed; corners turned; archival tape reinforcing to split, or splitting, hinges; sporadic light foxing; medical doctor's name to title page, with penned date 'Oct 1914'. Good condition. (Hackett, p. 167; SABIB 3, p. 232) Sir George Henry Makins ( ) served as Consulting Surgeon to the South African Field Force. In this volume he reveals his expertise in wound treatment, which would later be put to use treating the injured from the Western Front during the First World War. The X-rays, photographs and diagrams of wounds are an outstanding feature of this volume. R1720 [208] 171. Malan, Jacques: Die Boere- Offisiere van die Tweede Vryheidsoorlog, 'n Monografie van die Nasionale Kultuurhistoriese Museum, Pretoria (Pretoria: J. P. van der Walt, 1990) 4to; original pictorial boards; pictorial dustwrapper; pictorial endpapers; pp. (v) + 234; liberally illustrated with contemporary portraits. Trace of foxing to edges. Near fine condition. Afrikaans text. "Jacques Malan laat in hierdie werk die kalklig val op die offisiere wat aan Boerekant geveg het. Hy het hom ten doel gestel om die offisiere in die burgermag, artillerie en vrywilligerkorps in die ZAR sowel as die Oranje-Vrystaat, te identifiseer en beeltenisse van hulle, hetsy foto's of sketse, te vind. Meer as 730 offisiere word in hierdie boek opgeteken: 83 generaals, 323 kommandante, 147 veldkornette, 10 kolonels end 10 majoors, 67 kapteins en 94 luitenante. Oor feitlik elkeen word daar iets vermeld en van meer as 500 word foto's of sketse geplaas." R2150 [411] 172. Mangold, Wilhelm (original author), and Thariza van Rensburg (introduction and notes): Vir Vaderland, Vryheid en Eer. Oorlogsherinneringe van Wilhelm Mangold (Pretoria: Raad vir Geesteswetenskaplike Navorsing, 1988) Bronnepublikasie Nr. 12. Translation from the original German by I. Kotzé. 8vo; original pictorial boards; laminated pictorial dustwrapper; pp. (x) + 379, incl. index; photographs; folding maps. Dustwrapper sunned on spine panel. Near fine condition. Afrikaans text. "Deur die oë van hierdie Duitsgebore Afrikaner kyk 'n mens na die voorbereidings wat getref word vir die onafwendbare stryd; beleef die opwinding van die vertrek na die front en die afwagting voor die eerste groot geveg; en wanneer die artillerie van alle kante losbrand, beleef jy saam met hom die momentele paniek wat oorkom moet word. Mangold neem aanvanklik aan enkele gevegte in Natal deel. Daarna verskuif die oorlogstoneel na die Vrystaat en Transvaal. Na die val van Pretoria ontaard die oorlog in 'n guerrilla-stryd wat Mangold meemaak en word hierdie fase beskryf." R430 [493] 173. Marais, J. S.: The Fall of Kruger's Republic (Oxford University Press, 1961) 8vo; original black cloth, lettered in gilt on spine; price-clipped dustwrapper; pp. xiv + 345, incl. index. Dustwrapper a little tanned, particularly to spine panel, with old tape repair to reverse of head; previous owner's name signed on front pastedown. Very good condition. "This book tries to explain how the discovery of gold on the Witwatersrand led to the Anglo-Boer war." R129 [863] 174. Marais, Pets: Die vrou in die Anglo- Boereoorlog (Pretoria: J. P. van der Walt, 1999) 8vo; laminated pictorial boards; pictorial endpapers; pp. 284, incl. index; photographs. Fine condition. "Die saambindende en bemoedigende rol wat die vrou in hierdie donker tydperk gespeel het, was heroïes. Sy het 'n besliste aandeel aan die konflik en 'n bemoedigende uitwerking op die vegtendes gehad. Die rol van die Boerevrou in die Anglo-Boereoorlog mag nooit vergeet word nie." R430 [396] 175. Marais, Pets: Penkoppe van die Tweede Vryheidsoorlog (Pretoria: J. P. van der Walt, 1993) 8vo; laminated pictorial boards; pictorial endpapers; pp. 200, incl. index; photographs. A little sunned on spine; trace of spotting to top edge. Very good condition. Afrikaans text. 'Volgens die

26 kommandowette van die Zuid-Afrikaansche Republiek en die Oranje-Vrystaat was manlike burgers van die ouderdom van 16 jaar af krygspligtig. Maar reeds in die eerste maande van die oorlog was daar penkoppe jonger as 16 jaar op kommando. In PENKOPPE VAN DIE TWEEDE VRYHEIDSOORLOG lig Pets Marais die sluier so ietwat oor die groot bydrae wat die onverskrokke seuns tydens die oorlog gelewer het. "Die werklike navorsing oor die penkoppe sal nog gedoen moet word," skryf sy. Met PENKOPPE bied sy egter 'n heerlike aptytwekker tot die noodsaaklike groot werk wat hopelik sal volg.' R602 [393] 176. Maritz, [Salomon Gerhardus] 'Manie': My Lewe en Strewe ([Pretoria]: the author, [1939]) 8vo; original orange cloth, lettered in black on spine, and with black lettering and Transvaal coat-of-arms to upper cover; dustwrapper; pp. (iv) + 263; title page portrait. Dustwrapper partially tanned and slightly edgeworn; earlier owner's name signed on front free endpaper; scattered foxing. Good to very good condition. (Nienaber I, p. 238) R430 [232] 177. Maritz, [Salomon Gerhardus]: 'Manie' My Lewe en Strewe (WITH TWO ORIGINAL PHOTOGRAPHS) ([Pretoria]: the author, [1939]) 8vo; original orange cloth, lettered in black on spine, and with black lettering and Transvaal coat-ofarms to upper cover; no dustwrapper; pp. (iv) + 263; title page portrait. Cloth worn, especially at extremities of spine, and partially discoloured; earlier owner's name on front pastedown; upper hinge starting; some foxing to edges. Good condition. (Nienaber I, p. 238) Loosely inserted are two original photographs of Maritz, taken at the time of his trial in August 1939 at Windhoek, South-West Africa. Salomon Gerhardus (Manie) Maritz ( ), "Boer general and rebel leader of 1914, was a descendant of the Voortrekker leader Gerrit Maritz Maritz became an admirer of Nazism. He joined the Greyshirt movement in the Union, but resigned in 1934 to form the South African National Democratic movement. He was farming in South- West Africa at the time, but paid frequent visits to the Union to make speeches attacking the Jews and Freemasonry. In August 1939 he was charged in the high court, Windhoek, with engendering racial hostility in South-West Africa by the distribution of his book, My lewe en strewe (Pretoria, 1939). On 34 August he was found guilty, the presiding judge stating that the book had been ' written with the deliberate object of encouraging bad feelings towards the Jewish race'. Maritz was short, stocky, broad-shouldered and darkcomplexioned. In his prime he was endowed with exceptional physical strength about which many striking anecdotes were recorded by his contemporaries. His courage, energy and ruthlessness made him a formidable opponent in the field. In civilian life his impetuosity, restlessness and lack of business acumen precipitated a series of financial setbacks. He undoubtedly had a personal magnetism, but his arrogance, violent temper and pathological racial prejudices made him many enemies and often alienated his friends." (Dictionary of South African Biography, Vol. I., pp ) R860 [72] 178. Marquard, Leo (editor): Letters from a Boer Parsonage. Letters of Margaret Marquard during the Boer War (Cape Town: Purnell, 1967) 8vo; original blue boards, lettered in gilt on spine; dustwrapper; pp. (x) + 140, incl. index; frontis. portrait; plates, map. Dustwrapper lightly rubbed; occasional fox spot. Very good condition. "When the Boer War began on 12 October 1899, the Rev. J.J.T. Marquard, Moderator of the Dutch Reformed church of the Orange Free State, and his family were living in the parsonage at Winburg, a small town some sixty miles west of Bloemfontein. Four days after war broke out Marquard's wife, Margaret, began to record day-to-day happenings at Winburg in the form of letters to her mother at Stellenbosch and her husband on commando." R258 [363] 179. Martin, David, & Phyllis Johnson: The Struggle for Zimbabwe (London: Faber and Faber, 1981) 8vo; original red boards, lettered in silver gilt on spine; pictorial dustwrapper, housed in removable protector; pp. xvii + (v) + 378, incl. index; plates; maps. Dustwrapper slightly sunned on spine panel; some spotting to top edge; merest trace of browning to endpapers. Very good condition. "This is the definitive book on the decisive phase of the 'struggle for Zimbabwe' - the personalities, the military strategy, the political upheavals and historical processes which led to the election outcome announced on 4 March 1980." R250 [598] 180. Marx, Roelf (editor): Klerksdorp. Groeiende Reus (Klerksdorp: Klerksdorp Municipality, 1987) 4to; laminated pictorial boards; pictorial endpapers; pp. 140; numerous illustrations, historical and modern, including some in full colour. Sunned to spine, and slightly to upper board; trace of foxing to endpapers. Very good condition. Afrikaans text. "Die doel van hierdie publikasie is nie om as 'n omvattende wetenskaplike handleiding oor alle aspekte van Klerksdorp se geskiedenis, ekonomie en samelewing to te dien nie, maar om aan die leser 'n breë oorsig oor die verlede en hede te gee, en die bestaande leemte in 'n mate te vul." R400 [875] 181. Matthiolius, Dr. [Heinrich Karl]: Tagebuchblatter aus dem Boerenkriege (Leipzig: Verlag von F. C. W. Vogel, 1900) 8vo; original papered boards, with printed map and red lettering to upper cover; tinted edges; pp. v + (i) Boards tanned and a bit rubbed; backstrip missing; earlier owner's name signed on front free endpaper and title page; light foxing throughout. Good. German text. (Spohr & Poller 1754; Mendelssohn I, p. 997) Leaves from a Journal of the Boer War. R860 [204] 182. May, John Henry: Music of the Guns. Based on two journals of the Boer War (Johannesburg: Hutchinson, 1970) 8vo; original brown cloth, lettered in gilt on spine; priceclipped pictorial dustwrapper, housed in removable protector; pp. ix + (iii) + 196, incl. index; plates; maps. Trace of spotting to top edge. Very good condition. "This most unusual book about the Anglo-Boer War is based on two remarkable interlocking journals; one by Freda Schlosberg, a farmer's fourteen-year-old daughter, and the other by James Alexander Kay, an English doctor." R150 [63] 183. May, John Henry: Music of the Guns. Based on two journals of the Boer War (Johannesburg: Hutchinson, 1970) 8vo; original brown cloth, lettered in gilt on spine; priceclipped pictorial dustwrapper, housed in removable protector; pp. ix + (iii) + 196, incl. index; plates; maps. Dustwrapper spine panel slightly sunned. Near fine condition. R112 [437]

27 184. McCord, J. J.: South African Struggle (Pretoria: De Bussy, 1952) 8vo; original brown cloth, lettered in black on spine and upper cover; no dustwrapper; tinted top edge; pp. (viii) + 553; frontis. portrait. Slightly bumped at tail of spine; occasional fox spot. Very good condition. R170 [677] 185. McCracken, Donal P.: The Irish Pro- Boers (Johannesburg: Perskor, 1989) 8vo; original yellow boards, lettered in white on spine; laminated pictorial dustwrapper; pp. xx + 189, incl. index; photographs and reproductions of contemporary artwork in text. Dustwrapper very lightly sunned; merest trace of foxing to endpapers. Very good condition. "In this book Dr McCracken, using hitherto unpublished material gathered in Ireland and South Africa has pieced together the development of the most influential and violent of the European pro-boer movements, from its infancy in the days of the great Parnell to its zenith during the second Anglo-Boer war. In addition he throws light on the extraordinary twist of the arch imperialist Cecil Rhodes financing the Irish nationalist party in the British parliament and on the activities of Irish revolutionaries in South Africa." R344 [312] 186. McNeile, Michael: This Africa (no place: McAlan, 1958) Dustwrapper title: More True Stories from THIS AFRICA. 8vo; original pale blue cloth, lettered in gilt on spine; pictorial dustwrapper, housed in removable protector; decorative endpapers; pp. xiii + (i) + 313; line drawings as head-pieces. Slightest edgewear to dustwrapper. Very good condition. 'Again, as in his first successful book of this series - This Africa of Ours - the Author takes us through the length and breadth of a great Continent.' R130 [730] 187. Meintjes, Johannes: De la Rey - Lion of the West. A Biography (Johannesburg: Hugh Keartland, 1966) 8vo; original oatmeal-coloured cloth, lettered in green on spine, with regimental crest in gilt to tail of spine and upper cover; laminated, priceclipped dustwrapper; endpaper map; pp. xvi + 432, incl. index; plates. Very good condition. "In this biography we are brought close to a man of power and passion, of warmth and humour, through whose life strange forces moved - such as the weird Prophet Van Rensburg who passed, like a godly messenger in an ancient Greek tragedy, through the later phases of De la Rey's life. Patriotism and humour, aggression, guilt and mystery feature in the story of the magnificent De la Rey, striding the South African landscape in a lonely dignity towards his ultimate destiny." R774 [305] 188. Meintjes, Johannes: President Paul Kruger (London: Cassell, 1974) 8vo; original red boards, lettered in gilt on spine; laminated pictorial dustwrapper; pp. (xvi) + 295, incl. index; plates; map. Bumps to top fore-corners of boards; one small tape mark to each board; small tape mark to front pastedown; a little spotting to top edge. Very good condition. "Johannes Meintjes has set out in his years of research to extract 'the man as a personality from a veritable bog of hostility and sentiment, prejudice and deification'. The result is this important biography of a massively forceful figure, a colossus driven by a love of his people and a single-minded, obsessive sense of divine mission, a giant on the world stage, almost superhuman in intelligence and energy." R215 [324] 189. Meintjes, Johannes: President Steyn. A Biography (Cape Town: Nasionale Boekhandel, 1969) 8vo; original black boards, lettered in white on spine; laminated pictorial dustwrapper; pp. (xvi) + 272, incl. index; plates. Small tape mark to rear pastedown; merest trace of foxing to edges and endpapers. Very good condition. "Johannes Meintjes has succeeded in giving us not only a picture of Steyn the man, but of the times he lived in, using them as a framework within which the qualities of Steyn's character and the extent of his influence can be given perspective." R430 [326] 190. Meintjes, Johannes: Stormberg. A Lost Opportunity. The Anglo-Boer War in the North-Eastern Cape Colony, (Cape Town: Nasionale Boekhandel, 1969) 8vo; original black boards; laminated pictorial dustwrapper; pp. (xii) + 206, incl. index, + list of illustrations; black-and-white photographic plates. Dustwrapper's lower panel slightly rubbed; small, light tape marks to pastedowns. Very good condition. "The result was a battle characterised by strange blunders and confusion on the British side, and almost incredible strokes of luck on the part of the Boers. The Boer victory took its place among a series of disasters known to the British as Black Week. Johannes Meintjes examines the circumstances around the battle and attempts to uncover what really did happen, but his interest lies as much in the individuals who were a part of it and their fortunes, the vagaries of a man and his fate, as in the battle itself." R301 [320] 191. Meintjes, Johannes: Sword in the Sand. The Life and Death of Gideon Scheepers (Cape Town, Tafelberg, 1969) 8vo; original black boards; pictorial dustwrapper; pp. 242, incl. index; photographic plates; tipped-in frontis. Small tape mark to each pastedown. Very good condition. 'What happened to Gideon Scheepers, the gallant twenty-three year old Boer fighter who was executed by a British firing squad some months before the Anglo- Boer War came to an end? Though nobody knows, since his body was never found, this young heliographer became an almost legendary figure in the South African history and his name sacred to many Afrikaners. As he was considered innocent and had become an idol because of his daring exploits in the Cape Colony, Scheepers' execution caused a great outcry throughout the world. Despite his tragic end and the public interest aroused by the secret and apparently clandestine circumstances of his death, very little is really known about his exact movements and experiences.' R344 [327] 192. Meintjes, Johannes: The Anglo-Boer War : A Pictorial History (Cape Town: Struik, 1976) 4to; original red boards, lettered in white on spine and upper cover; pictorial dustwrapper; pictorial endpapers; pp. 192, incl. index; profusely illustrated with maps, contemporary photographs and artwork. Dustwrapper very slightly edgeworn and a little sunned on spine; trace of foxing to endpapers and top edge. Very good condition. "Through its ordered pictorial composition this account of the war makes for fast and relatively easy reading, while providing a penetrating insight into life at the time. For both the serious historian who has deliberated the strategies and political

28 motivations, and the leisure reader who knows little or nothing about the war, this book provides a new insight. The people, their dress and uniforms come alive. The dust and heat of the African veld can be felt. The differences in mobility and tactics are revealed in the context of each side's strengths and weaknesses. Above all this book shows some of the more human aspects of a war which saw a David and Goliath confrontation and fostered advances in strategic warfare which are still employed today." R344 [408] 193. Meiring, Piet: Jan Smuts die Afrikaner (Cape Town: Tafelberg, 1974) 8vo; original grey boards, lettered in white on spine; laminated pictorial dustwrapper; pp. (vi) + 218; photographs in text. Dustwrapper's spine panel slightly sunned; trace of foxing to top edge and endpapers. Very good condition. Afrikaans text. "Die antwoorde wat die skrywer van mense en uit Smuts se eie boeke en briewe gekry het, is nog nie voorheen so gepubliseer nie en dwing die leser om opnuut na hierdie gevierde staatsman en intellektuele reus te kyk." R172 [341] 194. Mentz, J. F. (chairman of editorial committee), and others: Kwartmillenniumgedenkboek van die Nederduitse Gereformeerde Gemeente, Paarl. 'n Oorsig van die Geskiedenis van die Gemeente: Uitgegee op versoek van die Kerkraad (Paarl: Nederduitse Gereformeerde Gemeente, Paarl: 1941) 8vo; original maroon cloth blocked in gilt; pp. xv + (i) + 399; some illustrations. Cover gilt a little dull; ownership inscription to front free endpaper; a little foxing to endpapers. Very good condition. Afrikaans text. Uncommon. R500 [906] 195. Meyer, Jan H., in collaboration with E. P. du Plessis: Kommando-jare. 'n Oudstryder se persoonlike relaas van die Tweede Vryheidsoorlog (Cape Town: Human & Rousseau, 1971) 8vo; original pale blue boards, lettered in white on spine; price-clipped pictorial dustwrapper; pp Dustwrapper ever so slightly rubbed and edgeworn. Very good condition. Afrikaans text. "Wat hier volg, is 'n ware verhaal uit die Anglo-Boere-oorlog. Dis die verhaal van 'n jong seun wat van die skool af gedros en meer as tweehonderd myl per fiets gery het om die wapens te gaan opneem. Hy vertel van al sy opwindende ervarings in die drie jaar van stryd en van sy wonderbaarlike ontkomings. Hy vertel van die veldslae van Modderrivier en Magersfontein en Paardeberg; van De Wet en De la Rey en Cronjé; van Roberts en Kitchener, Methuen en French. Hy verhaal hoe hy tot die dood veroordeel is, twee maal gewond en eenkeer vir dood laat lê is. Hy vertel van sy epiese tog saam met genl. Smuts deur die Kaapkolonie, en van die aangrypende dinge wat die laaste dae van die stryd gekenmerk het." R344 [435] 196. Midgley, John F. (editor): Petticoat in Mafeking. The Letters of Ada Cock, with annotations and a vindication of Baden-Powell (Cape Town: selfpublished, 1974) 4to; original pale brown boards; pictorial dustwrapper, housed in removable protector; endpaper map; pp. (x) + 174, incl. index; illustrated with contemporary photographs, facsimiles, maps and artwork. Dustwrapper sunned on spine panel, top edge foxed, a few fox spots elsewhere. Very good condition. "It was at Mafeking, on the expiry of President Paul Kruger's ultimatum, that hostilities commenced during the South African War with the first clash of arms at Kraaipan during the encirclement of the town by the Boer forces. Among those who had taken refuge in Mafeking were Ada Cock and her husband Willie with their four small children. The story of the ensuing seven months' siege from October, 1899 to May, 1900 is well known, nevertheless the finding of Ada Cock's letters provides a welcome addition to the body of literature already available on this much publicised episode of the War." R600 [374] 197. Milner, the Viscountess: My Picture Gallery (London: John Murray, 1951) 8vo; original green cloth, lettered in gilt on spine; no dustwrapper; pp. ix + (i) + 250, incl. index; frontis. portrait and other plates; line drawings. Spine a little sunned; corners slightly bumped; occasional light foxing. Good condition. "Looking back on life, now it is over, I find myself thinking of my own as I might think of a walk through a picture gallery, in which there are good and bad pictures, but in which each picture as one looked at it was all-absorbing." R129 [48] 198. Morris, Michael: Terrorism. The First Full Account in Detail of Terrorism and Insurgency in Southern Africa (Cape Town: Howard Timmins, 1971) 8vo;original white boards, lettered in red on spine; pictorial dustwrapper, housed in removable protector; endpaper map; pp. (xviii) + 249; plates. Dustwrapper spine panel sunned; a little spotting and light browning to edges, occasional fox spot elsewhere; faint tape mark to rear pastedown. Very good condition. "This book is the first major comprehensive account of the terrorist and insurgent warfare in Southern Africa, concentrating mainly on the fighting in Rhodesia and South West Africa, with references to Angola and Mocambique. It traces the origins of the struggle, vividly details many of the actions, and gives educated forecast of likely development and trends." R250 [599] 199. Muller, Hendrik P. N.: Oude Tyden in den Oranje- Vrystaat. Naar Mr. H. A. L. Hamelberg's nagelaten papieren beschreven (Leiden: E. J. Brill, 1907) 246 x 162 mm; original green wrappers, with title and Orange Free State coat-of-arms printed in yellow to upper cover; pp. xii + 383, incl. index; plates. Wrappers a bit sunned and worn; earlier owner's name signed on half-title and final page; trace of curl to corners; minor damp-stain to bottom edge of a few prelims. Good condition. (Mendelssohn II, p. 64) "Olden Times in the Orange Free State. Compiled from the posthumous papers of Mr. H. A. L. Hamelberg, by Dr. Hendrik P. N. Muller. A valuable account of the Free State from its establishment as a Colony to the time of the death of Mr. Hamelberg (1896), formerly Consul-General for the Free State in Holland, and subsequently Member of the Volksraad. There is considerable information respecting the annexation of the Diamond Fields and other historical events in the Republic. The volume contains some interesting portraits and illustrations." - Mendelssohn. R500 [885] 200. Murray, Marischal: Under Lion's Head. Early Days at Green Point and Sea Point (Cape Town: A. A. Balkema, 1964) 4to; original pictorial boards; pp. x + 168, incl. index; colour frontis.; map; plates; some pen-and-ink drawings in

29 text. Lower board ever so slightly rubbed; occasional fox spot. Very good condition. 'Marischal Murray was a distinguished son of Sea Point. His father was Dr Fred Murray, one-time mayor of Sea Point, who gave unstintingly of his time and energies to the civic and educational life of the area. The passion of Mr Murray's life was ships and the sea, and this took him to many parts of the world in all kinds of sea-going craft. He was the author of Ships and South Africa, the standard work on steamships of the Cape run, published in 1933, and of Union-Castle Chronicle, published in After having taken an Honours degree in History at Oxford, he was for some years sub-librarian at the Library of Parliament and, later, at the University of Cape Town. A modest man of intellectual tastes, a gift for painting, and a great delight in music, he played his part in two world wars. Home, to Marischal Murray, was always "Under Lion's Head", and for many years his friends urged him to write the history of this part of the Cape Peninsula which he knew and loved so well. He was preparing this book for the press when, at the age of 64, he died on 13th April 1963.' R1000 [881] 201. Nathan, Manfred: Paul Kruger. His Life & Times (Durban: Knox, 1941) 8vo; original light blue cloth, lettered in black on spine; pictorial dustwrapper; pp. (xii) + 510, incl. index; plates. Dustwrapper a bit rubbed and edgeworn; a small tape mark to each board; earlier owner's name signed on front free endpaper; tape marks to endpapers; archival tape reinforcing to hinges; light browning; occasional fox spot. Good condition. "Paul Kruger... is portrayed against the rich, living background of South African politics, and the rival themes of a gigantic pastoral conservatism and the onrush of industrial progress which began, in his period of political labour and triumph, to gather force in his beloved Transvaal." R172 [319] 202. Nathan, Manfred: Sarie Marais. A Romance of the Anglo-Boer War (London: Gordon and Gotch, 1938) 8vo; original red cloth, lettered in black on spine; no dustwrapper; pp. viii Backstrip tanned; upper cover partially mottled; joints slightly rubbed; trace of foxing to edges and endpapers. Good condition. Best known for several legal works and commentaries, besides works on constitutional matters and South African history, Manfred Nathan ( ) also wrote this novel. R215 [220] 203. Neethling, [Elizabeth] Mev. wijlen ds. H. L.: Vergeten? (Cape Town: De Nationale Pers, 1917) 8vo; original green cloth, lettered in gilt on spine and upper cover; pp. xiii + (i) + 282; plates. Spine sunned; edges worn; trace of fishmothing to cloth; upper hinge fractured; very browned throughout. Fair condition. Dutch text. (SABIB 3, p. 522) "Accounts by various women of their experiences during the South African War, selected by Mrs. Neethling from material which came into her possession ca " - SABIB R688 [196] 204. Niven, Rex: Nine Great Africans (London: G. Bell, 1964) 8vo; original olive-green cloth, lettered in gilt on spine; dustwrapper, housed in removable protector; pp. xiv + 174, incl. index; plates; maps. Dustwrapper a little tanned; occasional fox spot. Very good condition. Chapters: Arabi the Egyptian; Mutesa the Chief; Menelik the Emperor; Seyyid Saïd the Sultan; Chaka the Soldier; Muhummed the Askia; Usuman the Preacher; Crowther the Bishop; Aggrey the Teacher. R150 [731] 205. Oberholster, J. J.: Die historiese monumente van Suid- Afrika (Cape Town: Die Kultuurstigting Rembrandt van Rijn, for Die Raad vir Nasionale Gedenkwaardighede, 1972) 4to; original coarse, oatmeal-coloured cloth, lettered in brown to spine; price-clipped pictorial dustwrapper; pp. xxii + 354; numerous illustrations; colour plates; some maps. Dustwrapper slightly edgeworn and sunned on spine panel. Very good condition. Afrikaans text. "DIE HISTORIESE MONUMENTE VAN SUID-AFRIKA bied 'n omvattende en ryklik geïllustreerde beeld van die meer as 370 historiese monumente van die Republiek - van die statige Tafelberg tot die bronsplaat by Punda Milia, wat een van die langste ritte wat ooit te perd in Suid-Afrika onderneem is, gedenk." R350 [873] 206. Oberholster, J. J.: Die historiese monumente van Suid- Afrika (Cape Town: Die Kultuurstigting Rembrandt van Rijn, for Die Raad vir Nasionale Gedenkwaardighede, 1972) 4to; original coarse, oatmeal-coloured cloth, lettered in brown to spine; price-clipped pictorial dustwrapper; pp. xxii + 354; numerous illustrations; colour plates; some maps. Dustwrapper somewhat edgeworn; occasional fox spot. Very good condition. Afrikaans text. R300 [874] 207. O'Meara, Lieut.-Colonel W. A. J.: Kekewich in Kimberley. Being an Account of the Defence of the Diamond Fields October 14th, 1899-February 15th, 1900 (London: Medici Society, 1926) 8vo; original blue cloth, lettered in gilt on spine; no dustwrapper; pp. (iv) + 150; plates; folding map. Spine browned, and a little frayed at extremities; bookplate of Naval and Military Club, with accession code, to front pastedown; light browning; endpapers and prelims. slightly foxed; trace of soiling to Plate V and facing page. Good condition. "A clever brain, a human heart, and a cheery spirit; a lovable disposition, unswerving loyalty, and absolute devotion to duty - supply a make-up for a man which should carry him through most if not all the difficulties of leadership in life. Robert Kekewich possessed just these qualities in a remarkable degree. Moreover they were just the qualities which were needed in the man who was to command successfully through a crisis such as that of the Defence of Kimberley. His difficulties there were not entirely due to the novel form of warfare involved nor to the enemy without the gates, but also to differing elements within them. But in the event he pulled through successfully and thus his character and his methods are well worth studying by those who aspire in their turn to happy and successful leadership." - The Foreword by Baden-Powell. R1548 [70] 208. Oost, Harm: Wie is die skuldiges? (Johannesburg: Afrikaanse Pers-Boekhandel, 1958) 8vo; original yellow cloth, lettered in black on spine and upper cover; pictorial dustwrapper; pp. (vi) + 399, incl. index; line drawings and photographs in text. Dustwrapper a little tanned and edgeworn, with archival tape repair to reverse of fold at lower and spine panels; trace of spotting to edges. Very good condition. Afrikaans text. The author's subject is the Rebellion of , which divided the Afrikaner people: 'Kon hierdie broedertwis en die bloedbad wat daaruit voortgevloei het voorkom gewees het? Dit is een van die groot vrae wat die skrywer van "Wie is die

30 skuldiges?" probeer beantwoord. Die skrywer gaan terug na die dae van die Tweede Vryheidsoorlog, beskryf breedvoerig die optrede van generals Botha en Smuts in die jare 1902 tot die uitbreek van die opstand van Aan die hand van dokumente en ander bewysstukke wat vir die eerste keer aan die publiek voorgelê word gaan hy die verwikkelings na, probeer hy ontleed, verklaar en bewys, toon hy aan waar en hoe die geskiedenis vervals is en waar ons vandag - as gevolg van opsetlike verdraaiing van feite - in die donker rondtas.' R516 [415] 209. Oosterhagen, H. S. (original text), and C.C. Eloff (introduction and annotations): Oorlogsdagboekie van H.S. Oosterhagen Januarie-Junie 1902 (Pretoria: Raad vir Geesteswetenskaplike Navorsing, 1976) Bronnepublikasie Nr. 4. 8vo; original orange cloth, lettered in black on spine; pictorial dustwrapper; pp. (x) + 106, incl. index; photographs; folding map. Slight curl to top edge of dustwrapper; spine slightly cocked; faint tape marks to endpapers; trace of spotting. Very good condition. Dutch text, with Afrikaans notes. 'Uit kriptiese aantekeninge in 'n sakboekie, gehou te velde, word die laaste maande van die Driejarige Oorlog in die suidoostelike hoek van die Zuid-Afrikaansche Republiek ontvou. Die gebeure word sigbaar deur die oë van 'n Nederlandse vrywilliger op kommando saam met genl. Louis Botha se verkenners, die sg. "Kaggelpijperseksie." Dis 'n prosaïese beskrywing van 'n dramatiese tydsgewrig deur 'n vreemdeling wat sy lot aanvanklik as 'n Rooiskruisbeampte, maar later as burger onder die wapen, by die Boere ingewerp het.' R516 [522] 210. Oosterhagen, H. S. (original text), and C.C. Eloff (introduction and annotations): Oorlogsdagboekie van H.S. Oosterhagen Januarie-Junie 1902 (Pretoria: Raad vir Geesteswetenskaplike Navorsing, 1976) Bronnepublikasie Nr. 4. 8vo; original orange cloth, lettered in black on spine; pictorial dustwrapper; pp. (x) + 106, incl. index; photographs; folding map. Curl to top edge of dustwrapper; spine slightly cocked; trace of spotting. Very good condition. Dutch text, with Afrikaans notes. R516 [485] 211. Oosthuizen, A. V.: Rebelle van die Stormberge. n Streekgeskiedenis van die Tweede Vryheidsoorlog in Noordoos-Kaapland (Pretoria: J. P. van der Walt, 1994) 8vo; laminated pictorial boards; pictorial endpapers; pp. 262; illustrations in text; map. A little sunned on spine; edges foxed. Very good condition. Afrikaans text. "Ruim een derde van die Kaapse rebelle wat gevonnis is, het uit die distrikte Aliwal-Noord, Burgersdorp, Jamestown, Lady Grey, Dordrecht en Barkly-Oos gekom. Dit is hierdie gebied wat deur die Boerekommando's as Vrystaatse grondgebied geannekseer is. In hulle ywer om rekrute vir die Boeresaak te werf, is daar so ver gegaan om 'n eie onafhanklike republiek aan die inwoners te belowe. Die vlag van die Nuwe Verenigde Suid-Afrika is op die Stormberge gehys. REBELLE VAN DIE STORMBERGE is die boeiende verhaal van daardie storm-en-drang-jare. Die verhaal van die Stormberge is die verhaal van legendariese vegters soos kmdt. Hendrik Olivier, kapt. Jim de Montmorency, die befaamde Boerejagter kol. Harry Scobell en genls. P. H. Kritzinger en Jan Smuts. Maar bowenal is dit die verhaal van die onverskrokke kmdt. Willem Fouchee en die gewone burgers van die Stormberge." R430 [395] 212. Opperman, D. J. (author), and J. C. Kannemeyer (editor): Die Galeie van Jorik. Joernaal van Jorik: Faksimilee en transkripsie van die oorspronklike dokumente met 'n weergawe van die finale teks. Geredigeer en ingelei deur J. C. Kannemeyer (Cape Town: Tafelberg, 1979) 4to; facsimile boards after the original notebook; laminated dustwrapper; pp. 234; facsimile journal pages to verso, with transcription, including author's corrections, to facing recto. Dustwrapper spine panel very slightly sunned; some light foxing to front endpaper. Near fine condition. Afrikaans text. "Met hierdie uitgawe van die manuskrip van D. J. Opperman se Joernaal van Jorik en die dokumente in verband daarmee is dit die bedoeling om die oorspronklike tekste met behulp van moderne drukmetodes so presies as moontlik weer te gee en daarmee vir die leser 'n insig te laat kry in die wording van dié belangrike gedig." R1000 [907] 213. Otto, Commandant Willem, and others: Die Spesiale Diensbataljon ( ) (Pretoria: Central Documentation Services of the South African Defence Force, 1973) Folio; original black rexine, silver gilt; pp. (vi) + 149, incl. index; full colour frontis. showing regimental colours; monochrome photographs throughout. Near fine condition. This regimental history is very largely in Afrikaans, but the chapter on the "World War II Phase of the History of the Special Service Battalion", by J. N. Blatt, is written in English. R301 [268] 214. Otto, J. C.: Die Konsentrasiekampe (Cape Town: Nasionale Pers, 1954) 8vo; original pale blue cloth, lettered in black on spine and upper cover; no dustwrapper; pp. (viii) + 187, incl. index; plates. Cloth slightly rubbed; corners turned; trace of label scar to front pastedown; stamp and code virtually erased from title page; a little foxing. Good to very good condition. Afrikaans text. A study of the concentration camp system employed by the British forces to isolate Boer women and children during the scorched earth phase of the conflict. "Oor die konsentrasiekampe het daar tot nou toe geen studie wat op wetenskaplike navorsing berus, verskyn nie.... Dat daar behoefte aan 'n objektiewe omvattende studie oor die konsentrasiekampe bestaan, is dus duidelik. In hierdie behoefte het skrywer hiervan probeer voorsien." R344 [193] 215. Pakenham, Elizabeth: Jameson's Raid (London: Weidenfeld and Nicolson, 1960) 8vo; original dark green boards, lettered in gilt on spine; price-clipped pictorial dustwrapper, housed in removable protector; tinted top edge; pp. 366, incl. index; plates; map. Minor wear to top edge of dustwrapper; a little spotting to edges and endpapers. Very good condition. "An extraordinary episode in our history and the prelude to the Boer War of 1899." R215 [142] 216. Pakenham, Thomas: The Boer War (Johannesburg: Jonathan Ball Publishers, 1982) 8vo; original brown boards, lettered in white on spine; laminated pictorial dustwrapper; pictorial endpapers; pp. xxii + 659; plates; maps. Dustwrapper very slightly rubbed and edgeworn, sunned to spine panel, and foxed on reverse side; endpapers a little foxed; regular browning througout; occasional fox spot. Good condition. 'Thomas Pakenham has written the first full-

31 scale documentary history of the war to be attempted since 1910.' R170 [401] 217. Palmer, Alan: The Banner of Battle. The Story of the Crimean War (London: Weidenfeld and Nicolson, 1987) 8vo; original dark brown boards, lettered in gilt on spine; laminated pictorial dustwrapper; pp. xiii + (i) + 289, incl. index; plates; maps. Dustwrapper slightly sunned on spine panel. Very good condition. "The Banner of Battle is the first comprehensive interpretation of the subject stressing the European and Baltic angles, and so bringing the Crimean War clearly and astutely into focus." R100 [862] 218. Pearse, Henry H. S. (editor): The History of Lumsden's Horse. A Complete Record of the Corps from its Formation to its Disbandment (London: Longmans, Green, and Co., 1903) Loosely inserted is a slip printed with the words "With the Author's Compliments." The words "the Author's" have been crossed out, and "Colonel Lumsden's" inserted, in a contemporary hand. Squarish royal 8vo; bright red cloth over bevelled boards; lettered in gilt on spine and upper cover; spine also decorated with gold, navy and cream regimental colours; t.e.g.; pp. xii + (ii) + 506, incl. index; numerous plates and illustrations in text; folding map. Backstrip a bit sunned, and slightly crumpled at extremities; trace of spotting. A very attractive presentation copy of this exceptional work. (Hackett, pp. 37, 175; Mendelssohn II, p. 147) 'Colonel Lumsden conceived the idea "of forming a corps of Indian volunteers," and, in December 1899, "cabled... to his friend Sir Patrick Playfair in Calcutta his proposal to raise a corps of European Mounted Infantry for service in South Africa, and backed it with an offer, not only to take the field himself, but to contribute a princely sum in aid of a fund for equipping any force the Government might sanction." It is stated that the volume "is intended to be no more than a regimental record enlivened by the personal experiences of men... at a time when the whole British Empire was moved by one impulse." The corps took part in Lord Roberts' march to Bloemfontein, the occupation of Johannesburg and Pretoria, the pursuit of De Wet, and the campaign in the Barberton and De Kaap districts.' - Mendelssohn. "Detailed record of a volunteer contingent raised in India.... Appendices include a regimental roll and a list of honours and decorations awarded." - Hackett: South African War Books - An Illustrated Bibliography. R5074 [509] 219. Peel, Hon. Sidney: Trooper 8008 I Y (London: Edward Arnold, 1901) 8vo; original red cloth, lettered in gilt on spine and in black and gilt to upper cover; pp. xi + (i) + 168; plates; folding map at end. Cloth very worn; significant damp-stain to lower board, affecting final leaves; front endpapers pasted together; upper hinge split; some dye bleed to top fore-corner of initial leaves; some foxing. Fair condition only. (Hackett, p. 175; Mendelssohn II, p. 148) "Experiences of a volunteer in the 40th (Oxfordshire) Co. Imperial Yeomanry. Impressions 1-5 published 1901." - Hackett R516 [151] 220. Pemberton, W. Baring: Battles of the Boer War (London, B.T. Batsford, 1964) 8vo; original blue cloth, lettered in gilt on spine; pictorial dustwrapper; tinted top edge; pp. 216, incl. index; plates; maps. Near fine condition. 'His account of the fighting itself makes impressive use of unpublished letters, diaries and other eye-witness material. The result is to leave the reader with a radically changed picture of the Boer War.' R129 [497] 221. Pemberton, W. Baring: Battles of the Boer War (London, B.T. Batsford, 1964) 8vo; original blue cloth, lettered in gilt on spine; pictorial dustwrapper; tinted top edge; pp. 216, incl. index; plates; maps. Near fine condition. R129 [300] 222. Penning, L: 1. Die Leeu van Modderspruit; 2. Die held van Spioenkop; 3. Die Verkenner van Christiaan de Wet; 4. Die Oorwinnaar van Nooitgedacht; 5. Die Kolonis van Suidwes-Afrika. Uit die Nederlands vertaal deur Chris Barnard (5-volume set) (Pretoria: J.L. van Schaik, ) Five crown 8vo volumes; original boards, lettered in black on spine, and with Boer rider device to upper board in each case; each volume with the original vivid pictorial dustwrapper; pp. (vi) + 149, (vi) + 177, (vi) + 150, (vi) + 167, (vi) Wrappers very slightly rubbed; occasional fox spot. Very good condition. These volumes are exceedingly uncommon, even individually, in the Afrikaans edition. This set is all the more remarkable for its completeness and excellent condition. "Hy is jonk, hy het nie 'n bang haar op sy kop nie en hy kán veg. Sy naam is Louis Wessels. Veldkornet Louis Wessels. In die groot veldslag by Elandslaagte leer hierdie jong Transvaalse burger die dood ken; die wreedheid van oorlog as die Engelse lansiers op hul perde oor die Boerestellings jaag en die Boere met hul lanse afmaai.... L. Penning se beroemde Wessels-reeks is uiteindelik ook in Afrikaans beskikbaar. Vyf lekkerlees avontuurverhale uit die dae van die Tweede Vryheidsoorlog." R1500 [882] 223. Penning, L.: De Oorlog in Zuid-Afrika. De Strijd tusschen Engeland en de verbonden Boeren-Republieken Transvaal en Oranje-Vrijstaat (Rotterdam: D. A. Daamen, 1899, 1901, [1903]) Three royal 8vo volumes, original olive-green pictorial cloth over bevelled boards, blocked in black and gilt in each case; pp. (iv) + 408, (iv) + [ ], (iv) + [ ] + (iv); liberally illustrated with photographs, artwork and maps. Covers somewhat rubbed and bumped; dampstain to top edge of some leaves in first volume; scattered moderate foxing. Good. Dutch text. (Mendelssohn II, p. 150; SABIB 3, p. 648) "This account of the war was published in twenty-five parts, and it gives a review of the hostilities up to, and including, the battle of Magersfontein. The author marshals his facts with considerable bitterness towards the British army and people." - Mendelssohn R3010 [420] 224. Picton-Seymour, Désirée (text), and Janek Szymanowski (principal photographer): Historical Buildings in South Africa (Cape Town: Struikhof, 1989) Folio; laminated

32 pictorial boards; pp. 192; profusely illustrated with line drawings and photographs. Near fine condition. "This book extensively covers, in both text and full-colour and historical photographs and illustrations, approximately 300 of South Africa's most important buildings: national monuments as well as undeclared buildings." R250 [899] 225. Pieterse, H. J. C.: Oorlogsavonture van Genl. Wynand Malan (Cape Town: Nasionale Pers, 1946) Squarish 8vo; original light grey cloth, lettered in green to spine and in brown and green to upper cover; dustwrapper, housed in removable protector; pp. (xii) + 373; plates. Dustwrapper sunned and torn, with penned code to tail of spine panel; corners of boards slightly bumped; front free and pastedown endpapers adhering; occasional fox spot. Good condition. Afrikaans text. (Nienaber I, p. 288) "Malan's fame as a soldier is based on outstanding personal qualities such as his unequalled bravery and his chivalry under all circumstances. As rebel leader he played an important part in disrupting the British units in the Cape Colony and set an inspiring example to his men." - DSAB III, p. 574 R516 [517] 226. Ploeger, Jan, assisted by H. J. Botha: The Fortification of Pretoria. Fort Klapperkop - Yesterday and Today (Pretoria: Government Printer, 1968) 295 x 208 mm; side-stitched pictorial wrappers; pp. (vi) + 95; several photographs and facsimile illustrations. Lower cover a little scuffed; trace of foxing. Very good condition. "The history of the four fortresses round Pretoria, of which the restored Fort Klapperkop is one, is intimately interwoven with the political and military past of the South African Republic.... Fort Wonderboompoort, Fort Schanskop, Fort Klapperkop and Fort Daspoortrand are the remnants of a fortification plan, which as a result of certain circumstances, was only partially realised. Three of these forts, Fort Wonderboompoort, Fort Schanskop and Fort Daspoortrand, today still stand in ruins.... Fort Klapperkop, which was restored and furnished as a military museum by the South African Defence Force... is one of our most invaluable monuments." R602 [262] 227. Pohl, Victor: Adventures of a Boer Family (London: Faber and Faber, 1944) 8vo; original khaki cloth, lettered in gilt on spine; dustwrapper, housed in removable protector; pp Dustwrapper partially tanned and a little edgeworn; extremities of spine a bit sunned; newspaper clipping relating to the author tipped in on front pastedown; earlier owner's name on front free endpaper; a little foxing to endpapers and edges. Very good condition. "The present book describes the fortunes of the Pohl family during the eventful years of the South African War. Victor Pohl was a boy at the time, living with his parents on their farm in the Free State: his elder brothers were out on commando fighting against the British, and the book is mainly an account of their adventures. From the viewpoint of the Pohl farm we get an interesting picture of the varying fortunes of the war." R344 [124] 228. Pohl, Victor: Bushveld Adventures (London: Faber and Faber, 1946) Foreword by Deneys Reitz. Crown 8vo; original blue cloth, with spine lettered in gilt; no dustwrapper; pp. 256; map. Cloth rubbed and mottled; previous owner's name on front pastedown; annotations throughout. Fair to good. (Czech, p. 132, 1st edition) "The author, a violin teacher by profession, relates his adventures in the bush country of South Africa's Transvaal." - Czech R129 [120] 229. Preller, Dr Gustav S.: Voortrekkermense (V) (Cape Town: Nasionale Pers, 1938) Ons Geskiedenis-Serie. 8vo; original beige decorative cloth; pp. (vi) + 190(including index); plate. Top edges of boards scuffed; occasional fox spot. Good to very good condition. Texts in German, Afrikaans and Dutch. Contents: I. Behrens-Dagboek (Afrikaanse Vertaling); II. Behrens-Dagboek (Oorspronklike Duitse Teks); III. Herinneringe van J. H. Hattingh (Slot, vervolg uit Voortrekkermense I). R300 [902] 230. Preller, Dr Gustav S.: Voortrekkermense (VI). 'n Versameling Oorspronklike Dokumente uit die Voortrek (Cape Town: Nasionale Pers, 1938) Ons Geskiedenis-Serie. 8vo; original beige decorative cloth; pp. (viii) (including index). Earlier owner's name signed on front free endpaper; occasional fox spot. Very good condition. Mainly Dutch text, with some English documents. Includes documents relating to Dingane and Blood River. R300 [900] 231. Preller, Dr Gustav S.: Voortrekkermense (VI). 'n Versameling Oorspronklike Dokumente uit die Voortrek (Cape Town: Nasionale Pers, 1938) Ons Geskiedenis-Serie. 8vo; original beige decorative cloth; pp. (viii) (including index). Earlier owner's attractive Siamese cat bookplate to front free endpaper; occasional fox spot. Very good condition. R300 [901] 232. Preller, Gustav: Oorlogsoormag en Ander Sketse en Verhale (Cape Town: Nasionale Boekhandel, n.d.) Small 4to (186 x 134 mm); original red boards, lettered in black on spine and upper board; pp. (vi) Spine sunned; trace of foxing to endpapers. Very good condition. Afrikaans text. Contents: Lettie; Moedersmart; Johanna; Oom Hans; Oorlogsoormag; Oembaswane; Die "Kruger-Miljoene"; Boere op See; Dalmanutha; Dr. Gustav Schoeman Preller; Kultuurhistoriese Agtergrond; Lewenskets. "He devoted most of his time to two periods which were peaks in the history of the Boer nation: the period of the Great Trek and the migrations westward and northward which followed it; and the Second Anglo-Boer War, " - DSAB I, p. 646 R344 [121] 233. Preller, Gustav S. (introduction and notes): Scheepers se Dagboek en die Stryd in Kaapland (1 Okt Jan. 1902) (Cape Town: Nasionale Pers, 1938) 8vo; original pale grey cloth blocked in black and green; pp. (vi) + 215; plates. Cloth mottled and somewhat worn, with penned code to tail of spine; corners turned; accession code and earlier owner's name to front free endpaper; a little foxing. Fair. Dutch text (Scheepers diary), and Afrikaans notes, with some English in the material forming the appendix. (Nienaber I, p. 303) The diary continues until moments before the death of Gideon Scheepers. R250 [429]

33 234. Preller, Gustav S. (introduction and notes): Scheepers se Dagboek en die Stryd in Kaapland (1 Okt Jan. 1902) (Cape Town: Nasionale Pers, 1940) 8vo; original pale grey cloth blocked in black and green; pp. (vi) + 215; plates. Trace of spotting to cloth; earlier owner's name signed on front free endpaper. Very good condition. Dutch text (Scheepers diary), and Afrikaans notes, with some English in the material forming the appendix. (Nienaber I, p. 303) The diary continues until moments before the death of Gideon Scheepers. R344 [162] 235. Preller, Gustav S.: Kaptein Hindon. Oorlogsaventure van 'n Baas Verkenner (Pretoria: J. L. van Schaik, 1916) 8vo; original blue cloth, lettered in black to spine and upper cover; pp. 265; plates. Backstrip faded and a bit worn to extremities; cloth a little rubbed; earlier owner's name pencilled on front free endpaper; rather foxed throughout; occasional pencilled underlining. Good. Afrikaans text. (Nienaber I, p. 301; SABIB 3, p. 727) Oliver John (Jack) Hindon ( ) who was born in Stirling, Scotland, "joined the British army and at an early age came to South Africa to serve in Zululand. However, severe treatment at the hands of a non-commissioned officer caused him to desert. In 1888 he moved to the Transvaal Republic and settled at Wakkerstroom... Hindon's adventurous war time career fired the imaginations of many. His fearlessness and ingenuity were almost unequalled, and his identification with the cause of the Afrikaners won him an honourable place among their heroes." - DSAB III, p. 394 R774 [223] 236. Preller, Gustav S.: Ons Parool. Dae uit die Dagboek van 'n Krygsgevangene (Cape Town: Nasionale Pers, 1943) 8vo; original oatmeal cloth, lettered in green on spine, and blocked in green and brown to upper cover; pp. (iv) + 172: plates. Corners turned; code penned at tail of spine; label remnants, code and stamp to front endpaper, stamp also to title page; lower hinge starting; light browning; occasional fox spot. Good. Afrikaans text. (Nienaber I, p. 302) Gustav Schoeman Preller, the well-known South African historian, was born in 1875, and went to school at Standerton. He served in the State Artillery in the South African War, , and took part in major Natal battles of the war. Four months before the end of the war in 1902, he was taken prisoner near Ermelo and taken prisoner to India. R344 [42] 237. Preller, Gustav S.: Ons Parool. Dae uit die Dagboek van 'n Krygsgevangene (Cape Town: Nasionale Pers, 1938) 1st edition. 8vo; original oatmeal cloth, lettered in green on spine, and blocked in green and brown to upper cover; pp. (viii) + 250: plates. Trace of spotting to cloth; earlier owner's name signed on front free endpaper; light browning; occasional fox spot. Very good condition. Afrikaans text. (Nienaber I, p. 302) R516 [161] 238. Preller, Gustav S.: Piet Retief. Lewensgeskiedenis van die Grote Voortrekker (Cape Town: Nationale Pers, 1920) Tenth impression, improved and lengthened. 8vo; original red cloth blocked in black; pp. xi + (iii) + 409, incl. index; plates; maps. Cloth partially sunned, rubbed and worn; corners turned; earlier owners' names signed on endpapers and frontis. recto; binding a bit slack; occasional fox spot. Fair to good. Early Afrikaans text. "As an elected leader he did not succeed in uniting the Trekkers, and his efforts to find a permanent home for them ended in his own untimely downfall and in great misery for the community he served. Retief's significance in history lies far more in what he represented to the freedom-loving Afrikaner than in what he actually accomplished." - DSAB II, p R250 [635] 239. Preller, Gustav S.: Sketse & Opstelle (Pretoria: J. L. van Schaik, 1928) 8vo; original pale grey cloth, with lettering and ox-waggon monogram blocked in blue to upper cover, and blue lettering to spine; dustwrapper, housed in removable protector; pp. (ii) + 219; a few illustrations. Dustwrapper partially tanned and a little edgeworn; spine cocked; endpapers browned. Very good condition. Afrikaans text. (Nienaber I, p. 302) The essays included in this anthology have the following themes: Trigardt se Dagboek; Ons Parlementêre Tradisie; Buys en sy Bure; Prins Louis Napoleon; Manne en Motiewe; Veldkornet van As; Die Retief-Dingaan Traktaat. "He devoted most of his time to two periods which were peaks in the history of the Boer nation: the period of the Great Trek and the migrations westward and northward which followed it; and the Second Anglo-Boer War, " - DSAB I, p. 646 R344 [122] 240. Preller, Gustav S.: Talana. Die Drie Generaals-slag by Dundee met Lewensskets van Genl. Daniel Erasmus (Cape Town: Nasionale Pers, 1942) Squarish 8vo; original oatmeal cloth, lettered in green on spine, and blocked in green and brown to upper cover; pp. (vi) + iii + (i) + 283, incl. index. Ex-library copy, with penned code to tail of spine; library and ex libris hand-stamps to endpapers and prelims., along with penned "CANCELLED" notes; cloth worn with some soiling; a little foxing and occasional soiling. Fair to good. R258 [520] 241. Preller, Gustav S.: Voortrekkermense II. 'n Drietal Oorspronklike Dokumente oor die Geskiedenis van die Voortrek, met aantekeninge en bijlaë (Cape Town: Nasionale Pers, 1920) Crown 8vo; original dark green cloth, with lettering in black to spine and upper cover; pp. (viii) + 291, incl. index; some plates; facsmiles. Cloth a bit worn to extremities, with trace of fishmothing; earlier owner's name signed on front free endpaper; slight foxing to endpapers. Good condition. Dutch text, with Afrikaans commentary. Contents: I. Herinneringe van Karl Trichardt; II. Gedenkskrif van Anna Steenkamp (Retief); III. Dagboek van Erasmus Smit. R350 [905] 242. Preller, Gustav S.: Voortrekkermense II. 'n Drietal Oorspronklike Dokumente oor die Geskiedenis van die Voortrek, met aantekeninge en bijlaë (Cape Town: Nasionale Pers, 1920) Crown 8vo; original dark green cloth, with lettering in black to spine and upper cover; pp. (viii) + 291, incl. index; some plates; facsmiles. Cloth a bit worn to extremities; trace of soiling to fore-edge, with slight ingress to title page and a few early leaves. Good condition. R350 [904]

34 243. Preller, Gustav S.: Voortrekkermense. 'n Vijftal oorspronklike Dokumente oor die Geskiedenis van die Voortrek, met aantekeninge en bijlaë (Cape Town: Nasionale Pers, 1920) Crown 8vo; original brown cloth, with lettering in black to spine and upper cover, and seated Voortrekker blocked in black to upper cover; pp. (viii) + 335, incl. index; some plates. Cloth very slightly rubbed; a little light foxing. Very good condition. Dutch text, with Afrikaans commentary. Contents: I. Herinneringe van F. P. van Gass; II. Herinneringe van J. H. Hatting; III. Herinneringe van Lourens C. de Klerk; IV. Geskidenis van die Uijs Kommissie; V. Losse mededelinge van J. Z. Uijs. R400 [903] 244. Preller, Gustav S.: Voortrekkers van Suidwes. Geskiedenis van die land en sy volke met hul oorloë; van die Dorsland-Trek; die Smit-Trek uit Piketberg en die Duitse en Britse veroweringe (Cape Town: Nasionale Pers, 1941) 8vo; original maroon cloth, lettered in gilt on spine, with publisher's gilt device to upper cover; tinted top edge; pp. (xii) + 394, incl. index; plates; large, folding map. Edges very lightly rubbed; gift and ownership inscriptions to front endpaper; occasional light pencilled highlighting and marginalia; edges and endpapers a little foxed. Very good condition. Afrikaans text. (Nienaber I, p. 303) Drawing from primary sources, the doyen of Afrikaner historians provides a thorough history of the various treks that brought his people to the arid regions of Namibia and Angola, also touching on the native tribes and other contemporary travellers in those parts. R774 [226] 245. Pretorius, Fransjohan: Kommandolewe tydens die Anglo-Boereoorlog (Cape Town: Human & Rousseau, 1991) 8vo; laminated pictorial boards; pp. 491, incl. index; maps; plates. Faint trace of foxing to endpapers. Very good condition. Afrikaans text. Definitive work on the day-to-day experience of Boer fighters during the war of , written by the leading authority on the republican side of the conflict. R430 [65] 246. Pretorius, Fransjohan: Kommandolewe tydens die Anglo-Boereoorlog (Cape Town: Human & Rousseau, 1991) 8vo; laminated pictorial boards; pp. 491, incl. index; maps; plates. Faint trace of foxing to endpapers. Very good condition. Afrikaans text. R430 [140] 247. Pretorius, Fransjohan: Op kommando. Die lewe in die veld tydens die Anglo- Boereoorlog (Pretoria: Protea Boekhuis, 2001) 143 x 200 mm; laminated pictorial wrappers; pp. 96; several photographs. As new. Afrikaans text. "Die bekende historikus Fransjohan Pretorius voorsien met Op kommando in die behoefte aan 'n oorsigtelike beeld van die lewe op kommando tydens die Anglo-Boereoorlog. Dié boek is saamgestel uit Pretorius se radiopraatjies en gebaseer op sy omvangryke en bekroonde Kommandolewe tydens die Anglo-Boereoorlog Op kommando bevat 'n veertigtal foto's. Die teks is besonder toeganklik; dit is dus ook ideal vir lesers wat belangstel in die geskiedenis maar nie 'n akademiese agtergrond het nie. Sake van militêre belang asook die gewoon menslike word hierin belig." R344 [110] [890] 248. Pretorius, H. S., & D. W. Kruger (editors): Voortrekker-Argiefstukke Afgeskryf, toegelig, persklaar gemaak en van bladwysers voorsien (Pretoria: Union of South Africa, 1937) 8vo; original coarse red cloth, lettered in gilt on spine and upper cover; pp. xviii + 444, incl. index. Very good condition. Dutch text with Afrikaans notes. R Pringle, John A., with Creina Bond and John Clark: The Conservationists and the Killers. The Story of Game Protection and the Wildlife Society of Southern Africa (Cape Town: T. V. Bulpin / Books of Africa, 1982) Folio; original green boards, with gilt device to upper board and spine lettered in gilt; pictorial dustwrapper; pictorial endpapers; pp. 319, including index; illustrated with maps, line drawings, reproductions of colour wildlife paintings, and photographs. Dustwrapper ever so slightly rubbed to lower panel; merest trace of spotting to top edge. Near fine condition. R350 [878] 250. Raal, Sarah (Mev. O. J. Snyman): Met die Boere in die veld. Die Ervarings van die Skryfster (Cape Town: Nasionale Pers, 1937) Squarish 8vo; original pictorial cloth; pp. (vi) + 171; some plates; illustrations. Backstrip very slightly spotted; light browning; upper panel of original dustwrapper loosely inserted. Very good condition. Afrikaans text. (Nienaber 1, p. 305) "The conspicuous part played in the war by the Boer women was but a sequence to that which they took in the political affairs of the country before the commencement of hostilities, and both were excellent demonstrations of their great patriotism and their deep loyalty to the Republics which they loved. Some one has said that real patriotism is bred only on the farms and plains of a country, and no better exemplification of the truth of the saying was necessary than that which was afforded by the wives and mothers of the burghers of the two South African Republics." - Howard C. Hillegas, With the Boer Forces. R430 [39] 251. Raath, A. W. G., & R. M. Louw: Die Konsentrasiekamp-Gedenkreeks 1. Die konsentrasiekamp te Bethulie gedurende die Anglo-Boereoorlog (Bloemfontein: Oorlogsmuseum van die Boererepublieke, 1991) 207 x 146 mm; pictorial wrappers; pp. ix + (i) + 212; plates. Afrikaans text. Very good condition. "Die Konsentrasiekamp-reeks wat prof A.W.G. Raath, en mnr. R.M. Louw aanbied, is egter geen verwytskrifte, of 'n poging om 'n oordeel te vel oor die Britse optrede van destyds nie. Dit wil slegs die feite aangaande die stelsel en die onderskeie kampe wat oral in die Republieke en Kolonies opgerig is, soos dit in herinneringe, dagboeke en mededelinge weerspieël word, opnuut en so objektief moontlik beskikbaar stel. Die emosioneel-belaaide literatuur van destyds is tans vir die meeste lesers nie meer

35 geredelik toeganklik nie, en ontbreek dit aan werke wat kennis met insig en begrip oor hierdie ingryping in die Afrikaner se geskiedenis verstrek." R500 [385] 252. Raath, A. W. G., & R. M. Louw: Die Konsentrasiekamp-Gedenkreeks 2. Die konsentrasiekamp te Springfontein gedurende die Anglo-Boereoorlog (Bloemfontein: Oorlogsmuseum van die Boererepublieke, 1991) 207 x 146 mm; pictorial wrappers; pp. xiii + (i) + 210; plates. Afrikaans text. Very good condition. R500 [386] 253. Raath, A. W. G., & R. M. Louw: Die Konsentrasiekamp-Gedenkreeks 3. Die konsentrasiekamp te Vredefortweg gedurende die Anglo-Boereoorlog (Bloemfontein: Oorlogsmuseum van die Boererepublieke, 1992) 207 x 146 mm; pictorial wrappers; pp. (vi) + 210; plates. Afrikaans text. Very good condition. R500 [387] 254. Raath, A. W. G., & R. M. Louw: Die Konsentrasiekamp-Gedenkreeks 4. Vroueleed - Die lotgevalle van die vroue en kinders buite die konsentrasiekampe (Bloemfontein: Oorlogsmuseum van die Boererepublieke, 1993) 207 x 146 mm; pictorial wrappers; pp. (xviii) + 193; plates. Afrikaans text. Wrappers a little kinked and rubbed; archival tape repair to short tear on bottom edge of upper cover. Very good condition. R500 [388] 255. Raath, A. W. G., & R. M. Louw: Die Konsentrasiekamp-Gedenkreeks 5. Die konsentrasiekamp te Bloemfontein gedurende die Anglo-Boereoorlog (Bloemfontein: Oorlogsmuseum van die Boererepublieke, 1993) 207 x 146 mm; pictorial wrappers; pp. (vi) + 258; plates. Afrikaans text. Very good condition. R500 [389] 256. Rabie-van der Merwe, Hendrina: Onthou! In die Skaduwee van die Galg (Bloemfontein: Nasionale Pers, 1940) 8vo; original light blue cloth, lettered in darker blue to spine and upper cover; pictorial dustwrapper; pp. 347; frontis. portrait; plates. Dustwrapper a bit browned, with trace of wear to head of spine panel; a little light foxing to endpapers and edges. Very good condition. Afrikaans text. (Nienaber I, p. 306) Anglo-Boer War experiences of a Red Cross nurse, who served in the concentration camps. She relates in her Foreword that she was finally motivated to record her recollections by such events at the Great Trek centenary and the inauguration of the Voortrekker Monument. R430 [203] 257. Rademeyer, J. I.: Paul Kruger (Johannesburg: Afrikaanse Pers-Boekhandel, 1962) 8vo; original boards; pp. (x) + 108; plates. Some browning and a little foxing. Very good condition. Afrikaans text. "Omdat Paul Kruger die verbeelding van die Afrikanervolk aangegryp het en hy vir baie 'n legendariese figuur geword het, kan verwag word dat hom heldedade en ondervindinge toegedig word, waarop hy waarskynlik nie aanspraak het nie. Aan die ander kant het sy vyande heel dikwels van hom 'n karikatuur probeer maak en hom aanspreeklik gehou vir dinge wat hy nie gedoen het nie. Ander volksfigure het groot dinge gedoen, het groot prestasies gelewer, maar na hulle dood het hulle volksgenote hulle vergeet of was hulle slegs vae herinneringe. Kruger sal egter voortleef." R250 [636] Paul 258. Raditsa, Leo: Prisoners of a Dream: The South African Mirage (Annapolis: Prince George Street Press, 1989) 230 x 153 mm; wrappers; pp. x + (ii) A little sunned on spine; some spotting to edges. Very good condition. 'Historical essay on the Denton Hearings on "The Role of the Soviet Union, Cuba and East Germany in Fomenting Terrorism in Southern Africa" before the Subcommittee on Security and Terrorism of the Committee on the Judiciary, United States Senate, March 22, 24, 25, 29 and 31, 1982, Washington, D.C.' R172 [604] 259. Rae, Colin: Malaboch, or Notes from My Diary on the Boer Campaign of 1894 Against the Chief Malaboch of Blaauwberg, District Zoutpansberg, South African Republic (London: Sampson, Low, Marston and Company / Cape Town: J. C. Juta & Co., 1898) Subtitle continues: To which is appended A Synopsis of the Johannesburg Crisis of vo; original red cloth, lettered in gilt on spine and upper cover, with gilt portrait of the chief to upper cover; pp. xix + (i) + 248; several plates; large, folding map at end. Corners turned; some wear to extremities; backstrip darkened, a little scuffed, and frayed at head and tail; ownership inscriptions to front endpaper; portion cut from front free endpaper; moderate browning throughout; occasional fox spot; archival tape reinforcing to lower hinge. Good condition. (Mendelssohn II, p. 196; Hosken, p. 165) 'It is stated that, "after the Transvaal was given back to the Boers by the British in 1881, Malaboch refused to pay taxes to the new government, and since then has never paid." The natives becoming insolvent, the Transvaal government despatched a force against them in May 1894, the author accompanying the commando by request of the Bishop of Pretoria. There are some details respecting the refusal of certain commandeered Uitlanders and others to join the force, and amongst these was a Boer named Van de Westhuizen, who committed suicide in preference to proceeding to the front. The expedition arrived at the base of operations on June 12th, and was under the superintendence of General Joubert, who had with him Commandant Erasmus and Colonel Ferreira. After several engagements and a blockade of Malaboch's mountain, the chief surrendered on July 31st, having with him 1000 natives who kept 2000 white men at bay for a considerable period. Mr. Rae observes that "through the campaign the poor Malabochians were seldom aggressors, their attitude being nothing more or less than a gentle protest against what they considered an unjust encroachment on their ancestral rights." The volume contains a large number of interesting illustrations, a map of the scene of war in Zoutpansberg, and a graphic account of the Jameson Raid.' - Mendelssohn R688 [154] 260. Reitz, Deneys: Commando. A Boer Journal of the Boer War (London: Faber & Faber, 1931) 8vo; original red cloth, lettered in gilt on spine; no dustwrapper; pp. (iv) + 331, incl. index; folding map. Covers rather worn and bumped; backstrip sunned, and frayed at head and tail; front free endpaper removed; earlier owner's name signed on front pastedown; some foxing and occasional fingering; binding slack. Fair condition only. Boer War classic first published

36 by Faber in "A book of surpassing interest and strength... sheer breathless adventure." - Spectator R100 [441] 261. Reitz, Deneys: Commando. A Boer Journal of the Boer War (London: Faber & Faber, 1950) 8vo; original biscuitcoloured cloth, lettered in red on spine; price-clipped pictorial dustwrapper; pp. (iv) + 331, incl. index. Very good dustwrapper ever so slightly creased to upper panel, with merest trace of wear to extremities of spine panel; a little foxing to top edge, occasional fox spot elsewhere. Very good condition. R344 [361] 262. Reitz, Deneys: No Outspan (London: Faber and Faber, 1945) 8vo; original blue cloth, lettered in gilt on spine; dustwrapper; pp. 288, incl. index; plates; two folding maps. Dustwrapper somewhat edgeworn; occasional fox spot; marginal tear to one map, not affecting image area. Very good condition. "Although a book of active adventure, No Outspan is at heart the story of a man's love for his country... " R129 [144] 263. Reitz, F. W.: A Century of Wrong (London: "Review of Reviews" Office, [1900]) Preface by W. T. Stead. 8vo; original cream cloth with black lettering to spine and upper cover, and Vierkleur device in colours to upper cover; pp. xxiii + (i) + 152, incl. index. Lower joint starting at tail; corners a little turned, with trace of wear to backstrip at head and tail; cloth rather mottled; upper hinge starting; endpapers browned; earlier owner's name pencilled to title page; sporadic foxing. (Hackett, p. 178; Hosken, p. 167; Mendelssohn II, p. 208) "The case for the Boers could hardly have been placed in more zealous hands than those of the past President of the Orange Free State and Mr. W. T. Stead." - Mendelssohn R344 [148] 264. Reitz, F. W.: Outobiografie, met sy Twee en sestig uitgesogte Afrikaanse gedigte (Cape Town: Tafelberg, 1978) Outobiografie toegelig deur prof. J. C. Moll. Gedigte ingelei deur dr. C. J. S. C. Burger. 8vo; original brown boards; pictorial dustwrapper; pp. (x) [iiivii] + (i) +194; black-and-white photographic plates; line drawings in text. Very good condition. Afrikaans text. "Francis William Reitz het in sy openbare loopbaan 'n groter verskeidenheid ampte beklee as enigeen van sy leier-tydgenote. Hy was hoofregter en staatspresident van die Vrystaatse Republiek, advokaat, regter en staatsekretaris in Transvaal, en president van die senaat van die Unie van Suid-Afrika. Waarom die outobiografie van dié merkwaardige staatsman nie vroeër gepubliseer is nie, is moeilik om te sê; dit was immers sy begeerte dat dit gepubliseer sou word. Gelukkig het die manuskrip sedert 1919 behoue gebly.... F.W. Reitz was egter nie net staatsman nie. Hy was ook digter en vegter vir Afrikaans. Daarom word 'n faksimileeweergawe van sy bloemlesing 'Twee en sestig uitgesogte Afrikaanse gedigte' hierin opgeneem." R344 [439] 265. Reitz, F. W.: Outobiografie, met sy Twee en sestig uitgesogte Afrikaanse gedigte (Cape Town: Tafelberg, 1978) Outobiografie toegelig deur prof. J. C. Moll. Gedigte ingelei deur dr. C. J. S. C. Burger. 8vo; original brown boards; pictorial dustwrapper; pp. (x) [iii-vii] + (i) +194; black-and-white photographic plates; line drawings in text. Dustwrapper very slightly tanned; edges of boards a touch rubbed; small tape mark to front pastedown; trace of foxing to edges and endpapers. Very good condition. Afrikaans text. R344 [255] 266. Riou, Lieutenant [Edward] (author), and M D Nash (editor): The Last Voyage of the Guardian. Lieutenant Riou, Commander (Cape Town: Van Riebeeck Society, 1989) Second Series No vo; original dark grey cloth, lettered in gilt on spine, with gilt publisher's device to upper cover; laminated pictorial dustwrapper; pp. xxxix + (i) + 243, incl. index; endpaper facsimile; colour frontis. tipped in; plates; map. Dustwrapper spine panel a little sunned; a little foxing to edges. Very good condition. "Thirteen days out from the Cape of Good Hope she struck an iceberg that tore away her rudder and most of her keel. A month later, through exemplary courage and seamanship and against all probabilities, the crippled Guardian herself sailed into Table Bay. The full and fascinating story of the Guardian's voyage is told here in the ship's logs and letters." R150 [820] 267. Romer, C. F., and A. E. Mainwaring: The Second Battalion Royal Dublin Fusiliers in the South African War, with a Description of the Operations in the Aden Hinterland (London: A. L. Humphreys, 1908) Demy 8vo; original green cloth, lettered in gilt on spine and upper cover, and with regimental device to upper cover; t.e.g.; pp. xiv + 271; several plates; illustrations in text. Cover very lightly rubbed; ownership inscription to front free endpaper; some light foxing to endpapers, and occasionally elsewhere. Very good condition. (Hackett, p. 180; Mendelssohn II, p. 245) ' "A plain soldier's narrative of the part taken by the 2nd Battalion Royal Dublin Fusiliers" in the Natal campaign, together with an account of its "grim fights on the hills which fringe the borders of the River Tugela, its long and weary marches across the rolling uplands of the Transvaal, and its subsequent monotonous life of constant vigil in fort and blockhouse, and on escort duty.' - Mendelssohn, quoting the preface. R2580 [238] 268. Roodt, Adriaan: Die Kaapse Rebel. Die oorlogsavonture van commandant Edwin Conroy tydens die Tweede Vryheidsoorlog (Pretoria: J. P. van der Walt, 1998) 8vo; laminated pictorial boards; pictorial endpapers; pp. 232; illustrations. Some spotting to edges; occasional fox spot elsewhere. Very good condition. Afrikaans text. "Skaars een en twintig jaar oud, word kommandant Edwin Conroy en die vreeslose burgers onder sy bevel die verskrikking vir die Engelse magte in Noordwes-Kaapland. Sy onverskrokke optrede kring ver oor landsgrense heen. Hy ontvang lof en erkenning van manne soos: president M.T. Steyn, generaals C.R. de Wet, J.B.M. Hertzog, J.C. Smuts, Manie Maritz, P.J. (Ou Hartjie) de Villiers, H.W. Lategan, en nog vele ander. In DIE KAAPSE REBEL laat die gewilde skrywer van weleer Adriaan Roodt, die oorlogsavonture van Edwin Alfred Conroy soos 'n pakkende spanningsverhaal lees." R344 [397]

37 269. Rosenberg, Valerie: The Von Veltheim File (Cape Town: Human & Rousseau, 1997) 213 x 137 mm; laminated pictorial wrappers; pp Lightly sunned on spine. Very good condition. "The meticulously researched life story of the flamboyant von Veltheim reads like a tale of high adventure. This fascinating novel will keep readers enthralled from beginning to end." R150 [759] 270. Rosny, J.-H. [pseud.]: La Guerre Anglo-Boer. Histoire et Récits d'après des Documents officiels (Paris: Editions de la Revue Blanche, 1902) Large 8vo; quarter red morocco, with matching bubbled cloth sides; spine tooled in compartments, with gilt lettering to second compartment; marbled endpapers; pp. (iv) + 716; plates, some of which with partial colour; illustrations and maps in text. Corners turned; cloth somewhat rubbed; moderate foxing throughout; short tear to top edge of a few leaves. Good condition. French text. (SABIB 4, p. 84) Record of the South African War, reflecting continental sympathy with the cause of the Boer guerillas. R700 [622] 271. Ross, P. T.: A Yeoman's Letters, by P. T. Ross (Late Corporal 69th Sussex Company I.Y.) (London: Simpkin, Marshall, Hamilton, Kent & Co., 1901) 8vo; original pictorial cream cloth, lettered in gilt on spine and in black on upper cover; pp. 186; frontis. portrait; humorous illustrations. Cloth slightly discoloured and rubbed; backstrip a little snagged at head; edges, endpapers and outermost leaves rather foxed, some fox spots elsewhere. Good. (Mendelssohn II, p. 253; Hackett, p. 181) 'A humorous description of camp life in the Sussex Yeomanry "on trek" with Generals Roberts and Clements during a portion of the South African War. The illustrations are very comical, and depict in a graphic manner the author's experiences in the Veld. The series of letters embrace the period from June 1900 to April 1901.' - Mendelssohn R516 [227] 272. Rothmann, Frederik L. (author), and M.E.R. [Maria Elizabeth Rothmann] (annotations): Oorlogsdagboek van 'n Transvaalse Burger te Velde Met Inleiding en Aantekeninge uitgegee deur M.E.R. (Cape Town: Nasionale Pers, 1947) Squarish 8vo; original tan cloth, lettered in black on spine and upper cover; pp. (vi) + 265; frontis. portrait; map. Spine sunned; cloth a little mottled; trace of foxing to endpapers, occasional fox spot elsewhere. Very good condition. Afrikaans text. The author, Fritz Rothmann, was the brother of the author 'M.E.R', Maria Elizabeth Rothmann, who provides an introduction and notes. Fritz Rothmann was working on a Witwatersrand mine when war broke out. His diary concerns experiences on commando in the Lowveld, where he later farmed. "At the start of the Second Anglo- Boer War in October 1899, Fritz joined the commando and the diary he kept at that time was subsequently published by M.E.R. under the title Oorlogsdagboek (1947), with an important cultural-historical introduction to the Afrikaner's way of life in the 19th century." - DSAB V, pp R688 [36] 273. Ruijssenaers, L.C. (original text), and O.J.O. Ferreira (editor): Krijgsgevangenschap van L.C. Ruijssenaers (Pretoria: Raad vir Geesteswetenskaplike Navorsing, 1977) Bronnepublikasie Nr. 6. 8vo; original orange cloth, lettered in black on spine; pictorial dustwrapper; pp. (x) + 238, incl. index; several photographs; folding maps. Dustwrapper a little sunned on spine panel; occasional fox spot. Very good condition. Dutch text with Afrikaans notes. 'Na slegs tien dae van aktiewe oorlog volg daar vir Ruijssenaers lang jare van krygsgevangenskap; eers opsluiting in tronke en aanhouding op skepe wat voor anker lê waar hy swak behandeling, stank, luise, honger, onredelikheid en die dood van makkers aan die hand van bewakers ervaar. Daarna die eentonige lewe op St. Helena, die barre eilandjie met die leë graf van Napoleon, waar in 'n huis eenkant 'n afgetrede Franse onderoffisier waghou oor sy groot keiser se laaste herinneringe.' R516 [487] 274. Schiel, Adolf: 23 Jahre Sturm und Sonnenschein in Südafrika (Leipzig: Brockhaus, 1902) 8vo; original pictorial khaki cloth, lettered in black to spine and upper cover; marbled edges; silk marker; pp. 592, incl. index; plates; battle plan; LACKS folding map. Edges slightly rubbed; corners a little turned; upper hinge tender; penned notation to front free endpaper. Good. German text. (Spohr & Poller 2395; Mendelssohn II, p. 274) "Twenty-three Years' Storm and Sunshine in South Africa. By Adolf Schiel, First Lieutenant on service in the Artillery, Commander-in-Chief of the German Corps (South African Republic). In addition to his experiences in the South African War, Colonel Schiel gives an interesting account of Zululand, and of Cetywayo and his brothers Oham and Umdabuko. Colonel Schiel was wounded and taken prisoner at Elandslaagte; he was taken to St. Helena, and endeavoured to escape, but was unsuccessful." - Mendelssohn R258 [228] 275. Schikkerling, R. W.: Hoe ry die Boere ('n Kommandodagboek) (Johannesburg: Afrikaanse Pers-Boekhandel, 1964) 8vo; original pale blue boards, lettered in black on spine and upper cover; pictorial dustwrapper; pp. (xiv) Dustwrapper very slightly rubbed; small tape marks to spine and pastedowns; regular browning. Very good condition. Afrikaans text. "Die skrywer verstaan die kuns om die leser saam met hom op die slagveld te neem... Die ontsnapping uit die Britse omsingeling by Komatipoort en die daaropvolgende trek deur die uitgestrekte dorsland wat vandag as die Kruger-Wildtuin bekend staan, word 'n epos van moed en uithouvermoë. Die nagtelike aanval op die kamp van die Queensland Mounted Cavalry is 'n meesterlike voorbeeld van krygstaktiek en tipies van die kommando's se durf en onverskrokkenheid. Die skrywer se sprankelende humorsin raak nooit uitgeput nie, maar terselfdertyd verstaan hy die kuns om die tragiese oomblikke, veral die verlorenheid van die Boere teen die einde, aangrypend en soms onvergeetlik uit te beeld." R516 [233]

38 276. Schmidt, Werner: Der Kulturanteil des Deutschtums am Aufbau des Burenvolkes (Hannover: Hahnsche Verlagsbuchhandlung, 1938) Large 8vo; original pale grey cloth with navy lettering and Table Mountain emblem to upper cover, lettered in navy on spine; dustwrapper, housed in removable protector; pp. 303, incl. index; plates; maps, incl. folding. Dustwrapper very edgeworn and rubbed, with some loss; boards slightly splayed and corners turned; earlier owner's name signed on front pastedown; inscriptions to fly-leaf, including the author's: "Mej. Jooste / met baie groete aan die Afrikanervolk, wat van die verlede moet leer, om die toekoms reg te maak. / Werner Schmidt"; some fox spots. Good condition. German text. Important genealogical reference regarding German influences on the Afrikaner nation. Inscribed and signed by the author. R500 [627] 277. Schoeman, Johan: Generaal Hendrik Schoeman - was hy 'n verraaier? (Pretoria: The author, 1950) 8vo; original beige cloth, lettered in black on spine and upper cover; no dustwrapper; pp. 267; plates. Very slightly frayed to extremities; bottom edges a little bumped; earlier owner's ink stamp and codes to front endpaper; a little foxing to edges. Good condition. Afrikaans text. "It appears that he was not guilty of treason, but there is still controversy about his behaviour after he left Bloemfontein. The verdict on this phase of his career depends basically on whether Boer resistance after the fall of Pretoria was futile or not. A biography, published by his son in 1950, includes numerous documents bearing on his career, and is an outspoken attempt to vindicate his behaviour in the last controversial phase of his life." - DSAB II, p. 634 R516 [216] 278. Schoeman, Karel: In Liefde en Trou. Die lewe van president M. T. Steyn en mevrou Tibbie Steyn met 'n keuse uit hulle korrespondensie (Cape Town: Human & Rousseau, 1983) Squarish 8vo; original chocolate boards; laminated pictorial dustwrapper; pp (48); substantial section of photographs. Very slight bump to top fore-corner of upper board. Near fine condition. Afrikaans text. "Tydens sy lewe is president Steyn in Suid-Afrika sowel as daarbuite as een van die grootste figure in die land gehuldig; maar verbasend soos dit klink, het daar nog net een omvattende lewensbeskrywing van die President in Afrikaans verskyn, wat in 1921 gepubliseer is. Hierdie kort, oorsigtelike biografie deur Karel Schoeman is 'n poging om dié onreg in 'n mate goed to maak en om hulde te bring aan 'n uitsonderlike figuur wat as die eerste moderne Afrikaner beskryf is; maar hiernaas wil dit ook dien om die President aan 'n nuwe generasie Suid-Afrikaners bekend te stel. Terselfdertyd is dit die biografie van mevrou Tibbie Steyn, wat haar man nie net op uitsonderlike wyse bygestaan het nie, maar 'n halfeeu lank in eie reg 'n besondere plek in die Suid-Afrikaanse maatskappy beklee het. Dié populêre werk, wat hoofsaaklik op die herinnerings van tydgenote berus, bevat voorts bykans sewentig briewe uit die privaatkorrespondensie van president en mevrou Steyn, wat vir die eerste keer gepubliseer word, en foto's uit die versameling van die familie." R516 [352] 279. Scholtemeijer, Herman: Die Balling Oor die See (Uit die Dagboek van 'n Krygsgevangene) (Bloemfontein: Nasionale Pers, 1949) 8vo; cloth-backed papered boards; pictorial dustwrapper; pp. 88. Dustwrapper somewhat edgeworn and rubbed, with penned code to tail of spine panel; a little browning to edges; ink stamp to front free endpaper erased, though still just discernible. Good condition. Afrikaans text. Uncommon. Herman Scholtemeijer provides these dayto-day experiences of his father, a Dutch civilian who experienced life as a prisoner-of-war on St Helena. "Sy eerste standplaas was te Wilgeboomspruit, in die distrik Marico. Lank het hy nie gebly nie, want om verskeie redes wou hy daar weg. Hy het aan die Departement van Onderwys geskryf en verlof ontvang om na elders te appliseer, en is aangestel te Zandfontein in die distrik Rustenburg. Hiér het die gesin gewoon tot my vader onder valse voorwendsels en beskuldigings gevange geneem en as banneling na St. Helena gestuur is. Met die uitbreek van die oorlog was my vader nog Hollandse onderdaan en, omdat hy uitgekom het as onderwyser en as onderwyser die land wou dien, het hy nie die wapen opgeneem nie." R774 [7] 280. Scholtz, G. D.: Die Oorsake van die Tweede Vryheidsoorlog Eerste Band (Johannesburg: Voortrekkerpers, 1948) First volume only of a two-volume set. 8vo; original blue cloth, lettered in black on spine and upper cover; pp Penned code to tail of sunned spine; split to one third of upper joint, partway down; scars to upper cover and extremities bumped and worn; evidence of handstamp to title page; edges and endpapers somewhat foxed, occasional fox spot elsewhere. Fair condition. Afrikaans text. This first volume covers domestic and international factors between 1836 and 1895, leading up to the Second Anglo-Boer War. R500 [423] 281. Scholtz, G. D.: Die Rebellie (Johannesburg: Voortrekkerpers, 1942) Squarish 8vo; original red cloth, lettered in black on spine and upper cover; pp. 312, incl. index. Ex-library copy, with code to tail of spine, also elsewhere; label or pocket scar to front pastedown, stamps and codes elsewhere; joints and extremities rather rubbed; occasional fox spot. Fair condition. (Nienaber I, p. 330) Uncommon: OCLC finds only the British Library copy. "Toe ek 'n rukkie gelede die lewe van Genl. Beyers beskryf het, het die tydperk van die Rebellie my heelwat moeite verskaf, aangesien nog geen omvattende werk oor hierdie gebeurtenis bestaan nie. Ek kon stukkies en brokkies uit verskillende boeke kry en uit die blouboeke wat na afloop van die Rebellie deur die regering gepubliseer is, kon ek die vernaamste feite kry, maar dit was alles so obevredigend. Ek het toe maar besluit om self 'n werkie oor die Rebellie te skryf." R602 [103] 282. Scholtz, G. D.: Die Tweede Vryheidsoorlog (Johannesburg: Voortrekkerpers, 1960) 8vo; original orange boards, lettered in black on spine and upper cover; no dustwrapper; pp. 150; several maps and illustrations. Spine a bit sunned. Very good condition. Afrikaans text. An excellent introduction to the subject. "Ek het in hierdie werk slegs daarna gestreef om oorsigtelik te wees, om die

39 vernaamste gebeurtenisse en feite te vermeld en op die redes in te gaan wat aan die oorlog 'n bepaalde verloop gegee het. Dit is my hoop dat die lees van hierdie werk nog meer as een persoon mag inspireer om 'n intensiewe studie van hierdie groot gebeurtenis in die geskiedenis van Suid-Afrika te maak en om dan die resultate van sy navorsing op skrif te stel." R250 [433] 283. Schutte, C. E. G.: Dr. John Philip's Observations regarding the Hottentots of South Africa [Archives Year Book for South African History, Third Year, Part I / Argiefjaarboek vir Suid-Afrikaanse Geskiedenis, Derde Jaargang, Deel I] (Pretoria: Ministry of the Interior, 1940) WITH, ' 'n Kaapse huishoue in die 18de eeu uit Von Dessin se briefboek en memoriaal', by J. L. M. Franken, AND 'Transvaal en Britse susereiniteit ', by D. J. Pieterse. Archives Year Book for South African History, Third Year, Part I. 276 x 178 mm; original printed wrappers; pp. (viii) Contents penned to spine; wrappers somewhat worn and soiled; handstamp of earlier owner (H. J. M. Guest of Klerksdorp) to upper cover; some foxing to edges. Good. The Franken piece on Cape social history fills the first ninety or so pages, and is in Afrikaans, with quotations from Dessin's Dutch. Schutte's important work covers the Khoikhoi, as perceived by Dr. Philip, takes up around a hundred and seventy pages, and is in English. Pieterse's work on the British suzeraintly of the Transvaal during the early 1880s is around ninety pages in length. R600 [867] 284. Scoble, John, & H. R. Abercrombie: The Rise and Fall of Krugerism. A Personal Record of Forty Years in South Africa (London: Heinemann, 1900) 8vo; original dark green cloth, lettered in gilt on spine; pp. viii + (ii) + 317, incl. index; publisher's catalogue. Cloth somewhat stippled; spine darkened, and crumpled at head and tail; light wear to extremities; a little foxing. Good condition. (Mendelssohn II, p. 293) "After briefly touching on the early history of the Transvaal, a full account of the Boer Republics is given, especially from the time of the first annexation in The authors assert that the aims of Kruger and the policy of the Afrikander Bond eventually transformed the President of an insignificant republic into practically the despot of a wealthy and military oligarchy, whose chief aim was the establishment of an Afrikander Republic over the whole of South Africa. The events which led to the war, and Kruger's methods for maintaining his ascendancy, are closely followed, and the volume ends with an account of his defeat and flight." - Mendelssohn R400 [428] 285. Smail, J. L.: Monuments and Battlefields of the Transvaal War 1881 and the S. A. War 1899 (Cape Town: Howard Timmins, 1966) Number 461 of an edition limited to 1500 copies. Large 4to; dark blue rexine, lettered in gilt on upper cover; pictorial dustwrapper; unpaginated; forty-two annotated full-page or double-page, folding maps; monochrome illustrations. Dustwrapper very slightly rubbed; occasional fox spot. Very good condition. The book's key feature is the excellent maps of engagements from the two wars between Boer republics and the British Empire. "The illustrations and material are the result of years of research and will throw new light on the two wars so aptly described." R430 [273] 286. Smail, J. L.: Monuments and Trails of the Voortrekkers (Cape Town: Howard Timmins, 1968) Number 347 of an edition limited to 1500 copies. Large 4to; dark blue rexine, lettered in gilt on upper cover; pictorial dustwrapper; unpaginated; twenty-seven annotated full-page or doublepage, folding maps, with numerous supplementary illustrations, plus smaller route maps. Dustwrapper very slightly rubbed; occasional fox spot. Very good condition. The book's key feature is the excellent maps relating to the movements and engagements of the Voortrekkers. "Clear maps, diagrams, and delightful sketches enable the reader to follow the epic adventures of the various trek groups, and gain a clear picture of the way in which the trail of civilisation was blazed in South Africa's northern provinces." R430 [272] 287. Smail, J. L.: Those Restless Years (Dealing with the Boer Wars and Bambata Rebellion) (Cape Town: Howard Timmins, 1971) Small 4to; original red rexine, lettered in gilt on spine; pictorial dustwrapper, housed in removable protector; pp. 180, incl. index; numerous illustrations, maps. A little foxing. Very good condition. Excellent guide to the battlefields of both Anglo-Boer Wars and those of the Bambatha Uprising of R200 [581] 288. Smail, J. L.: With Shield and Assegai (Cape Town: Howard Timmins, 1969) Small 4to; original blue rexine, lettered in gilt on spine; pictorial dustwrapper, housed in removable protector; pp. (iv) + 172, incl. index; numerous illustrations, maps. Dustwrapper lightly rubbed on spine panel; trace of foxing to endpapers, occasionally elsewhere. Very good condition. Historical guide to Natal and Zululand, based on many years of research. Zulu place-names are explained. R250 [580] 289. Smith, J. A.: Brit en Boer (Van Slagtersnek tot Jopie Fourie). Uit die Geskiedenis van die Laaste Honderd Jaar (Cape Town: H.A.U.M., 1917) 8vo; cloth-backed papered boards; pp (ii); illustrations. Cover rubbed and soiled; earlier owner's name signed on front free endpaper and elsewhere; moderate foxing, particularly to endpapers and edges. Fair condition. Afrikaans text. (Nienaber I, p. 341; SABIB 4, p. 237) "Appendices include translations of the texts of the Sand River, Pretoria, London and Vereeniging treaties." - SABIB R430 [97] 290. Smith, J. A.: Ek Rebelleer (Cape Town: Nasionale Pers, 1946) Signed by the author on the title page. Small, squarish 8vo; original tan cloth blocked in black and orange; dustwrapper; pp. (viii) + 183; plates; plans. Dustwrapper edgeworn, with loss to spine panel; occasional fox spot. Very good condition. Afrikaans text. "Almal wat belangstel in die Donker Tydperk, , soos die veelbewoë tydstip in ons volksgeskiedenis tereg genoem word, sal in hierdie boek 'n duidelike en treffende verhaal vind soos deur die skrywer persoonlik deurleef. Die justheid van die verhaal het my deurgaans getref, wat 'n bewys is van die skrywer se eerlikheid om dinge nie te vergroot nie. J. A. Smith was, sover ek my kan herinner, die jongste burger in my kommando en hy het, hoewel in die begin onbekend onder ons, my besonder aandag getrek en bewondering erlang. As ek in daardie dae iets presteer het, dan was dit te danke aan

40 my T.V.K.-bende wat bestaan het uit manne soos Johannes Smith, die jong rebel. Ek is bewus van my swakke aanbeveling, maar is seker dat niemand wat die boek lees, teleurgestel sal wees nie." - Wynand Malan (Generaal) R516 [79] 291. Smith, J. A.: Ek Rebelleer (Cape Town: Nasionale Pers, 1946) Small, squarish 8vo; original tan cloth blocked in black and orange; pp. (viii) + 183; plates; plans. Extremities very slightly rubbed; small scar from removal of label on front free endpaper; a little light foxing. Very good. Afrikaans text. R430 [114] 292. Smith-Dorrien, General Sir Horace: Memories of Forty-Eight Years' Service (London: John Murray, 1925) 8vo; original black cloth, lettered in gilt on spine, with gilt device to upper cover; pp. xii + 522, incl. index; publisher's adverts.; plates; battle plans and maps, incl. folding. Spine gilt a little dull; some wear to extremities, incl. backstrip; joints starting; contemporary gift inscription to front free endpaper, and another pencilled inscription to pastedown; short tear to margin of large, folding map, repaired with archival tape; foxing to edges and endpapers, occasionally elsewhere. Good condition. Sir Horace Lockwood Smith- Dorrien ( ), distinguished himself first in the Anglo- Zulu War, being recommended for a Victoria Cross following Isandlwana and sharing in the final defeat of the Zulus at Ulundi. In 1882 he was in Egypt for the Arabi Pasha campaign, before moving on to India, returning to Egypt between 1884 and He participated in the Sudan campaign in 1898, and had a chequered experience of the Anglo-Boer War, doing well during the earlier stages, before seeming to lose his way somewhat during the guerilla phase. His part in the First World War was cut short somewhat by his feud with French, although he did take charge of Home Defence thereafter. "He was of medium height and spare build, and his blunt directness was marred at times by a fiery temper. He was essentially a soldier's general, not given to ostentation, and he had the gift of being able to infuse a fighting spirit into his men, who respected him for his stubborn strength and tenacity of purpose." - DSAB III, p. 744 R1462 [251] 293. Smurthwaite, David: Hamlyn History - The Boer War (London: Hamlyn, 1999) 4to; pictorial boards; laminated pictorial dustwrapper; decorative endpapers; pp. 208, incl. index; profusely illustrated with reproductions of contemporary artwork and photographs. Some foxing to reverse of dustwrapper and outermost leaves. Very good condition. "The South African or Boer War pitted the might of the British Army against the heavily outnumbered Boer army of the Transvaal, and heralded the end of the Empire. Hamlyn History - The Boer War places the reader in the thick of the action through extracts from letters, journals and diaries of those involved in this most dramatic period of history. Illustrated with over 200 colour and black and white photographs Hamlyn History - The Boer War is a comprehensive study of this turn-of-the-century conflict." R215 [409] 294. [Smuts, J. C., compiler]: Eene Eeuw van Onrecht [Een Eeuw van Onrecht] (no place: no publisher noted, 1899) 343 x 214 mm; later blue half calf, with matching cloth sides, lettered in gilt to upper cover; not enclosing original wrappers; pp. 49. Boards slightly rubbed; earlier owner's name signed on first text page; very occasional fox spot. Very good condition. (SABIB 2, p. 166) SABIB supplies the following details: 'Contains Appendices A and B. Original edition. Compiled by Genl. J.C. Smuts from a draft by J. de V. Roos with the addition of the introductory and end chapters by Genl. Smuts. In later editions the name of F. W. Reitz, State Secretary of the South African Republic, was attached to the anonymous publication to give it more weight. (cf. De Kock, W.J. "Een eeuw van onrecht" in Die Brandwag, 21 (31): 4ff, 30 Aug. 1957).' R1290 [286] 295. Spies, S. B.: Methods of Barbarism? Roberts and Kitchener and Civilians in the Boer Republics, January May 1902 (Cape Town: Human & Rousseau, 1977) 8vo; original charcoal-coloured boards, lettered in white on spine; pictorial dustwrapper; pp. 416, incl. index; monochrome photographic plates. Dustwrapper very slightly edgeworn; small tape-mark to each pastedown; top forecorner of lower board slightly bumped; trace of spotting to fore-edge. Very good condition. "On 14 June 1901, at a dinner party given by the National Reform Union, the leader of the Liberal opposition party in Britain, Sir Henry Campbell-Bannerman, answered his own conundrum: 'When is a war not a war?', by stating: 'When it is carried on by methods of barbarism in South Africa.' The phrase 'methods of barbarism' referred specifically to the devastation of the country and the concentration camp system during the Anglo Boer War. Although these two aspects of British military policy affecting non-combatants received the greatest attention from contemporaries, comparatively few detailed documented historical studies have been published on this subject. This gap has been filled by Methods of Barbarism?." R602 [436] 296. Spies, S. B.: Methods of Barbarism? Roberts and Kitchener and Civilians in the Boer Republics, January May 1902 (Cape Town: Human & Rousseau, 1977) 8vo; original charcoal-coloured boards, lettered in white on spine; pictorial dustwrapper; pp. 416, incl. index; monochrome photographic plates. Trace of edgewear to slightly rubbed dustwrapper; light foxing to front free endpaper. Very good condition. R602 [346] 297. St Leger, (Capt.) Stratford: Mounted Infantry at War (Alberton: Galago Publishing, 1986) 8vo; original grey-green boards, lettered in white on spine; laminated pictorial dustwrapper, pp. (ii) + ix + (iii) + 274; frontispiece; line illustrations in the text; colour and other plates. Dustwrapper spine panel somewhat sunned. Near fine. 'More importantly, however, was his artistic talent which he put to good use in the production of many paintings during the march and the prints of which, in both colour and black and white, illustrate this most beautiful classic of the Boer War.' R215 [174] 298. Stafleu, Abraham (author), and A. P. Smit & L. Maré (editors): Die Beleg van Mafeking. Dagboek van Abraham Stafleu (Pretoria: Raad vir Geesteswetenskaplike Navorsing, 1985) Bronnepublikasie Nr vo; original pictorial boards; pictorial duswrapper; pp. (xii) + 285, incl. index; photographs; two maps, incl. folding map in end-pocket. Dustwrapper lightly sunned; some spotting to top edge, small

41 tape mark to reverse of one panel in folding map. Very good condition. Dutch text, with Afrikaans notes. "Die leser kyk na die swakhede van die Boere: die bevoordeling van familie en vriende, die besteling van lyke, die gebrek aan dissipline, maar ook na die keersy: die opregte geloof en diepe godsdienssin, die medemenslikheid teenoor vriend en vyand, Wit en Swart, en die dapperheid van sommiges. By die lees van die dagboek kom die leser nie alleen onder die indruk van die omstandighede in die Boerelaers en -forte rondom Mafeking nie, maar beleef hy ook iets van die tragiek in die lewe van hierdie jong man wat in 'n vreemde land sy vrou en later sy seuntjie verloor en self in 'n konsentrasiekamp beland. Dit maak boeiende leesstof." R516 [525] 299. Stafleu, Abraham (author), and A. P. Smit & L. Maré (editors): Die Beleg van Mafeking. Dagboek van Abraham Stafleu (Pretoria: Raad vir Geesteswetenskaplike Navorsing, 1985) Bronnepublikasie Nr vo; original pictorial boards; pictorial duswrapper; pp. (xii) + 285, incl. index; photographs; two maps, incl. folding map in end-pocket. Dustwrapper lightly sunned; some spotting to top edge, occasional fox spot elsewhere. Very good condition. Dutch text, with Afrikaans notes. R516 [491] 300. Stals, E. L. P. (editor): The Commissions of W. C. Palgrave, Special Emissary to South West Africa (Cape Town: Van Riebeeck Society, 1991) Second Series No vo; original dark grey cloth, lettered in gilt on spine, with gilt publisher's device to upper cover; laminated pictorial dustwrapper; pp. xxxiv (ix); endpaper map; colour frontis. tipped in; map; plates. Dustwrapper slightly sunned on spine panel; some fox spots to edges. Very good condition. "The realities of a SWA on the brink of colonisation come alive in this record of discussions between Palgrave and the eminent tribal leaders of the period on the issues of the day, giving a unique insight into the character and dyanamics of a society in a crucial stage of its history." R150 [819] 301. Statham, F. Reginald: Paul Kruger and His Times (London: T. Fisher Unwin, 1898) 8vo; original green cloth, lettered in gilt on spine, with gilt Kruger portrait medallion to upper cover; pp. (viii) + 312; frontis. portrait; folding colour map. Boards very slightly rubbed; corners turned; fly-leaf removed; hinges starting; moderate foxing. Good condition. (Mendelssohn II, p. 424; Hosken, p. 190) A largely favourable account of Kruger's life, up to the time directly preceding the Anglo-Boer War. R258 [76] 302. Statham, F. Reginald: Paul Kruger and His Times (London: T. Fisher Unwin, 1898) 8vo; original green cloth, lettered in gilt on spine, with gilt Kruger portrait medallion to upper cover; pp. (viii) + 312; frontis. portrait; folding colour map. Tail of spine and bottom fore-corners slightly bumped; hinges a little tender; contemporary gift inscription, with date, to half-title; moderate foxing throughout. Good to very good condition. (Mendelssohn II, p. 424; Hosken, p. 190) R344 [188] 303. Steenkamp, Willem: Borderstrike! South Africa into Angola (Durban: Butterworths, 1983) 8vo; original red boards, lettered in black on spine; laminated pictorial dustwrapper; pp. (xiv) + 266; plates; maps and battle plans. Dustwrapper sunned on spine panel; trace of foxing to edges. Very good condition. "In May 1978 South African airmen and soldiers burst over the northern border of South West Africa/Namibia. They attacked three widely separated locations inside the neighbouring country of Angola, destroying a number of bases and killing hundreds of insurgents belonging to the South West African People's Organisation (Swapo). These attacks, part of an operation code-named Reindeer, inaugurated a new South African government policy of launching attacks into the neighbouring territories which harboured insurgents planning to infiltrate South Africa or South West Africa/Namibia. The purpose of Borderstrike is to give a reasonably accurate account of at least some of these operations, written by a journalist who has himself done part of his military service in the operational area." R602 [595] 304. Steenkamp, Willem: Land of the Thirst King (Cape Town: Howard Timmins, 1975) 8vo; original brown boards, lettered in white on spine; pictorial dustwrapper; pp. 192; plates. Dustwrapper very slightly edgeworn, spine panel sunned; trace of foxing; faint tape marks to free endpapers. Very good condition. The story of Namaqualand in South Africa's arid Northern Cape, bordering Namibia. R100 [702] 305. Steenkamp, Willem: Poor Man s Bioscope (Cape Town: Howard Timmins, 1979) 4to; original brown boards, lettered in white on spine and upper cover; pictorial dustwrapper, housed in removable protector; pictorial endpapers; pp. 115; contemporary photographs and artwork in monochrome. Dustwrapper slightly rubbed and edgeworn; edges very slightly shelf-rubbed; trace of foxing. Very good condition. 'The events and the people in this book range over three hundred years. It contains descriptions of some of the Mother City's greatest public events and some of the strange and moving stories visitors and residents have had to tell. The idea behind the book is to show how the happenings of the recent present and distant past looked to the man in the street, the patron of the "poor man's bioscope".' R150 [582] 306. Steevens, G. W.: From Capetown to Ladysmith. An Unfinished Record of the South African War (Edinburgh: William Blackwood and Sons, 1900) Crown 8vo; original mustard-coloured cloth, lettered in black on upper cover, and in gilt on spine; pp. viii + (ii) ; 2 maps, incl. 1 folding. Earlier owner's name signed on front free endpaper; moderate foxing; archival tape repair to margin of folding map, outside of image area. Very good condition. (Hackett, p. 188; Mendelssohn II, pp 'The author was besieged in Ladysmith and gives a vivid account of the investment. The last chapter of the volume was contributed by Mr. Vernon Blackburn, and contains some account of the death and funeral of Mr. Steevens, with some appreciative notes on his character, abilities and work.' - Mendelssohn. R129 [29] 307. Stiff, Peter: Nine Days of War (Alberton: Lemur Books, 1991) Cover title: Nine Days of War And South Africa's Final Days in Namibia. Second, fully revised edition. 241 x 167 mm; laminated pictorial wrappers; pp. 304, incl. index; photographs; maps. A little sunned on spine; trace of foxing to edges. Very good condition. "The 1st April 1989 marked the first day of peace in Namibia. After seemingly endless years of dispute between South Africa and the United Nations, after 23 years of bush warfare between the Marxist

42 orientated South West Africa People's Organisation - SWAPO, and South African forces, which had spread from Namibia into Angola and, at times, into Zambia, and after eight months of American brokered talks between South Africa, Cuba and Angola, Namibia was finally on course for UN supervised 'free and fair elections' in November 1989, which would lead to independence in More than 1600 of [SWAPO leader Sam Nujoma's] PLAN fighters, who should have long been removed to camps north of the 16th parallel by the Angolans and Cubans, under UN supervision, were massing in Angola along the Namibian border, heavily armed with everything from anti tank to sophisticated anti aircraft weapons. On the night of 31st March-1st April, they surged over in what they obviously believed was an unstoppable wave. A wave which once it broke into pools, they believed, would be allowed by a weak UN to remain in Namibia and subvert the elections by means of a brutal intimidation campaign. But they overlooked a wild card. It was a thin blue line of some 1200 SWA Policemen of the northern border command, many of them former members of the counter-insurgency unit, Koevoet, whose heavy weapons had been removed from their Casspirs in terms of the peace plan. But what those policemen... lacked in weaponry, they more than made up with sheer guts, fighting skills and undying courage. For nine bitter days until the Mount Etjo Agreement was signed, they fought the SWAPO infiltrators to a grim standstill, in the closing stages with air force and military help, beating them hands down. Peter Stiff was there while the fighting was on." - From the foreword. R860 [590] 308. Stirling, John: Our Regiments in South Africa Their Record, based on the Despatches (Edinburgh: William Blackwood, 1903) 8vo; original blue cloth, lettered in gilt on spine, with margins of boards blocked in blind; pp. xiv + 532, incl. index. Edges very slightly rubbed; earlier owner's bookplate to front pastedown; a little light foxing. Very good condition. (Hackett pp. 112, 188; Mendelssohn II, p. 439) "A directory showing the movements and engagements of British regiments during the South African Campaign. The information is drawn from the chief despatches of the campaign, from regimental records and from unofficial sources. Records of the Royal Engineers, Army Service Corps, Medical Corps, Chaplain's Department, Ordnance and other departments, are included." - Hackett R2580 [451] 309. Strydom, C. J. Scheepers: Kaapland en die Tweede Vryheidsoorlog (Cape Town: Nasionale Pers, 1943) 8vo; original oatmeal cloth, lettered in green to spine and in brown and green to upper cover; dustwrapper, housed in removable protector; pp. (ii) + ii + (ii) + 181, incl. index; folding maps. Dustwrapper edgeworn and partially discoloured; code to tail of spine; new front endpaper and cloth tape reinforcing to lower hinge; occasional pencilled annotations. Good. Afrikaans text. (Nienaber I, p. 354) This work on the Cape colony's involvement in the Anglo-Boer War, on both sides of the conflict, is based on the author's 1932 doctoral thesis. R250 [518] 310. Strydom, C. J. Scheepers: Kaapland en die Tweede Vryheidsoorlog (Cape Town: Nasionale Pers, 1937) Squarish 8vo; original khaki cloth, with green and brown lettering; dustwrapper, housed in removable protector; pp. (ii) + ii + (ii) + 285, incl. index; folding maps. Dustwrapper tanned and edgeworn; page edges a little browned throughout. Very good condition. Afrikaans text. (Nienaber I, p. 354) R344 [157] 311. Strydom, C. J. Scheepers: Ruitervuur: dramatiese hoogtepunte van die Boereoorlog (Cape Town: Tafelberg, 1970) Ex-library copy. 8vo; original red boards, lettered in white on spine; pictorial dustwrapper; pp. (vi) + 233, incl. index; map. Ex-library copy with dustwrapper cover stuck to lower board, usual codes and stamps, considerable annotations; some foxing and trace of damp-stain to early leaves; upper hinge starting. Fair condition only. Afrikaans text. "Ruitervuur is die eerste boek in Afrikaans wat die volledige verhaal van die Boereoorlog met al sy aspekte in so 'n kort bestek en op so 'n dramatiese wyse beskryf." R100 [734] 312. Suter, F. A.: Under dem Schweizerischen Roten kreuz im Burenkriege (Leipzig: Heinrich Schmidt & Carl Günther, 1901) 8vo; purple half calf with marbled sides; decorative endpapers; pp. xii + 342; frontis. portrait; plates; illustrations in text; folding map. Cover a little rubbed; accession code label to front free endpaper verso; earlier owner's name, and penned date '1914' in small, neat hand to fly-leaf; occasional fox spot. Very good condition. German text. (Spohr & Poller 2875; Mendelssohn II, p. 453) "Under the Swiss Red Cross in the Boer War. By 1st Lieutenant Dr. F. A. Suter, Field Doctor of the Swiss Field Battery, No. 29, formerly Field Doctor with General De La Rey... and General Christian Botha." - Mendelssohn R1290 [206] 313. Symons, Julian: Buller's Campaign (London: The Cresset Press, 1963) 8vo; original boards, lettered in gilt on spine; price-clipped pictorial dustwrapper; pp. xvi + 312, incl. index; black-and-white plates. Dustwrapper slightly rubbed. Very good condition. "I gave up altogether the idea of writing about the War, until last year it occurred to me that it might be possible to make an interesting book out of the Natal campaign, which was a more or less self-contained story within the larger framework of the War." R86 [293] 314. Todd, Pamela and David Fordham (compilers): Private Tucker's Boer War Diary. The Transvaal War of 1899, 1900, 1901 & 1902 with the Natal Field Forces (London: Elm Tree Books, 1980) Small 4to; original black cloth; priceclipped laminated pictorial dustwrapper; pp. 192; numerous black-and-white photographs. Dustwrapper a bit sunned on spine panel; trace of foxing to edges. Very good condition. "Illustrated with rare, fascinating and varied material this is an entertaining, informative and original approach to an often cumbersome subject, offering the reader a unique opportunity to appreciate the many diverse facets of warfare." R146 [402] 315. Trichard, S.P.E. (original text), and O.J.O. Ferreira (introduction and annotations): Geschiedenis, Werken en Streven van S.P.E. Trichard, Luitenant Kolonel der vroegere Staats-Artillerie Z.A.R. (Pretoria: Raad vir Geesteswetenskaplike Navorsing, 1975) Bronnepublikasie Nr. 3. With

43 introduction and copious historical notes by O.J.O. Ferreira. 8vo; original orange cloth, lettered in black on spine; priceclipped pictorial dustwrapper; pp. xxvi + 261, incl. index; contemporary photographs; 4 folding maps. Trace of stippling to top edges of boards; occasional fox spot. Very good condition. Dutch text, with supplementary material in Afrikaans. "Met hierdie outobiografiese geskrif laat S.P.E. Trichard, die laaste bevelvoerder van die Transvaalse Staatsartillerie, een van die merkwaardigste militêr-historiese dokumente uit die tyd van die Z.A.R. na. 'n Jaar na die oorlog, 1903, trek hy hom op sy Middelburgse plaas terug en dikteer hierdie gegewens aan sy voormalige adjutant, Thomas Kroon, om só sy militêre rol na 1860 te boekstaaf. Vir die historikus onthul die verhaal unieke gegewens rakende die oorloë wat daar tussen die Boere en die Swartes en tussen die Britte en die Boere in Transvaal gevoer is." R516 [521] 316. Trichard, S.P.E. (original text), and O.J.O. Ferreira (introduction and annotations): Geschiedenis, Werken en Streven van S.P.E. Trichard, Luitenant Kolonel der vroegere Staats-Artillerie Z.A.R. (Pretoria: Raad vir Geesteswetenskaplike Navorsing, 1975) Bronnepublikasie Nr. 3. With introduction and copious historical notes by O.J.O. Ferreira. 8vo; original orange cloth, lettered in black on spine; pictorial dustwrapper; pp. xxvi + 261, incl. index; contemporary photographs; 4 folding maps. Dustwrapper very slightly rubbed; light bump to top fore-corner of upper board; a little foxing to edges, very occasional fox spot elsewhere. Very good condition. Dutch text, with supplementary material in Afrikaans. R516 [484] 317. Tyler, Josiah: Forty Years Among the Zulus (Cape Town: Struik, 1971) Number 227 of an edition limited to 1000 copies. Volume 37 in the Africana Collectanea series, a text facsimile of the Congregational Sunday-School and Publishing Society edition of vo; brown rexine, lettered in gilt on spine, and with gilt device to upper cover; pictorial dustwrapper, housed in removable protector; pp. (vi) + 305, incl. index; frontis. portrait and facing map; plates. Merest trace of browning to endpapers. Near fine condition. Mendelssohn writes: 'An interesting account of the Zulus and their country from Mr. Tyler was fully of opinion that Sir Bartle Frere's policy was justified, and that the Zulu Problem was a question which had to be settled without delay in view of the military situation in Cetywayo's country. He observes "that Natal was in peril, no clear-headed man can deny. The colonists were near the crater of a volcano liable at any time to eruption. Cetywayo could not control his warriors." There is a valuable chapter on Zulu folklore, and the volume is illustrated by a large number of original drawings.' R450 [732] 318. Unger, Fredric William: With "Bobs" and Krüger. Experiences and Observations of an American War Correspondent in the Field with Both Armies (Cape Town: Struik, 1977) Number 361 of an edition limited to 1000 copies. Text facsimile of the 1901 first edition published by Henry T. Coates and Company of Philadelphia. 8vo; original brown rexine, lettered in gilt on spine; laminated pictorial dustwrapper; pp. xiii (ii); illustrations in text. Dustwrapper partially sunned, with tape marks to reverse; a little foxing to top edge and endpapers. Very good condition. "Unger, an American freelance journalist, came to southern Africa in search of adventure and history in the making - and found both. His account is largely impartial and his personal experiences yield a fresh slant on a fascinating phase in South Africa's history." R258 [224] 319. Uys, Ian: Delville Wood (Johannesburg: Uys Publishers, 1983) 8vo; original pale brown boards, lettered in white on spine and upper cover; laminated pictorial dustwrapper; pictorial endpapers; pp. xi + (i) (i), incl. index; profusely illustrated with contemporary photographs and artwork; maps. Slightest bump to bottom forecorners of boards; a little foxing to edges, occasional fox spot elsewhere. Very good condition. "Delville Wood was the bloodiest battle ever fought by South Africans. Through this action other nations learnt to respect the fighting qualities of the men from the fledgling Union of South Africa.... The bone-weary survivors defended the wood through five days and six nights of hell, eventually being forced into a corner of the wood. The orders were to hold the wood at all costs - and this they did. The saga of Delville Wood will never be forgotten by South Africa, yet the story of the battle, told through the eyes of the participants, was never fully documented - a story which reads like fiction yet is wholly true." R430 [603] [606] 320. Uys, Ian: Rollcall. The Deville Wood Story (Johannesburg: Uys Publishers, 1991) 8vo; original brown boards, lettered in white on spine; laminated pictorial dustwrapper; pictorial endpapers; pp. xvi + 302, incl. index; contemporary photographs and artwork; maps. Dustwrapper partially sunned; merest trace of foxing to edges and endpapers. Very good condition. R Uys, Ian S.: For Valour. The History of Southern Africa s Victoria Cross Heroes (Johannesburg: the author, 1973) Author's signed presentation inscription to front free endpaper, also signed by him on title page. 8vo; original white boards, lettered in gilt on spine, with gilt Victoria Cross emblem to upper cover; pictorial dustwrapper; pp. xviii + 398, incl. index; photographs and artwork. Dustwrapper very slightly rubbed, and sunned on spine panel; some light fox spots to boards and edges. Very good condition. 'After 15 years of research the author has collected the biographic details of all the Southern African V.C. heroes, not only those serving in South African or Rhodesian units, but also those South Africans who served in other Commonwealth forces and who received the supreme award for gallantry. From the massacre which spurred a South African on to win the V.C. during the Indian Mutiny of 1857, to the heroic self-sacrifice of South Africa's "Pathfinder" pilot over Germany in 1945, the story surrounding every Victoria Cross award is told. In addition the campaigns in which the awards were won are described and the later lives of the recipients detailed.' R516 [607] 322. Uys, Ian: South African Military Who s Who (Germiston: Fortress Publishers, 1992) 8vo; original brown boards, lettered in white on spine

44 and upper cover; laminated dustwrapper; pp. viii + 312, incl. index. Dustwrapper spine panel a little sunned, with slightest creasing at head; some spotting to edges. Very good condition. "This book tells the life stories of over 1300 people who were involved in South Africa's tempestuous past." R430 [403] 323. Van Bruggen, J. R. L.: Bittereinders (Potchefstroom: H. W. Huyser, 1935) Squarish 8vo; original brown cloth, lettered in black on spine; pp. (x) + 204; plates, incl. folding. Edges very slightly rubbed; small accession code stamped on front pastedown; light browning. Very good condition. Afrikaans text. (Nienaber I, p. 71) Jan Reinder Leonard van Bruggen ( ) se "belangrikste werk is Bittereinders (1935), 'n romansering van die lewe in Mafeking se konsentrasiekamp." - Kannemeyer: Die Afrikaanse literatuur , p. 84. The book, although a fictionalisation, has its basis firmly in actual events, and is supplied with several authentic photographic illustrations of the camp and its inmates. R860 [52] 324. van den Bergh, Gert: 24 Veldslae en Slagvelde van die Noordwes Provinsie (Potchefstroom: the author, 1997) 236 x 160 mm; laminated pictorial wrappers; pp. 180; profusely illustrated with photographs, some of which in full colour, maps, and battle plans. Fine condition. Afrikaans text. "Hoewel al die slagvelde van die streek... nie ingesluit is nie, is moeite gedoen met die navorsing rondom die wat wel geselekteer is, met oorwegings soos bondigheid, akkuraatheid en onpartydigheid voorop gestel. Telkens is 'n ontlediging gemaak van die gebeure en omstandighede wat tot elke slag aanleiding gegee het en die gevolge wat daaruit gespruit het..." The battles and engagements include some from the era of the Voortrekkers, and several from the Anglo-Boer War's guerilla phase, including Elands River, Buffelspoort, Nooitgedacht, Lichtenburg, Vlakfontein, Kleinfontein and Roodewal. R350 [831] 325. van den Heever, C. M.: Generaal J. B. M. Hertzog (Johannesburg: A.P.-Boekhandel, 1943) Small 4to; original burgundy cloth gilt; pp. ix + (i) (xi), incl. index; plates. Very good condition; light wear to cloth; regular, light browning. Afrikaans text. "Wie genl. Hertzog persoonlik geken het, weet hoe beskeie van aard hy was en hoe hy nooit enige persoonlike prestasie op die voorgrond gestoot wou sien nie; volksbelang, die opgaan van die persoon in die gotere volksverband, was vir hom alles." Sympathetic portrayal of the Boer general, Afrikaner nationalist and South African prime minister. R250 [619] 326. van Hoek, Kees: Kruger Days. Reminiscences of Dr. W. J. Leyds (London: "South Africa", 1939) 8vo; original grey, cloth-backed papered boards; pictorial dustwrapper, housed in removable protector; pp. (x) + 54; photographs. Dustwrapper somewhat worn, particularly to extremities of spine panel, and a bit soiled; edges of boards slightly rubbed; light bump to fore-edge; occasional fox spot. Very good condition, in a fair dustwrapper. "In 1939 the journalist Kees van Hoek published in London a series of Leyds's interviews as 'Kruger Days. Reminiscences of Dr. W. J. Leyds.'... Leyds was a remarkable man in every way, with a strong personality and great diplomatic ability. This was basically characterised by diligence and, while he never became an Afrikaner in the cultural sense, by loyalty to his adopted fatherland. He also made a name for himself as a historian and although in his research he relied heavily on published British sources, his findings were generally irrefutable. Leyds's full significance will, however, only become clear when all his activities, in the Transvaal Republic as well as overseas, have been thoroughly investigated and put on record." - DSAB III, pp R516 [123] 327. Van Jaarsveld, F A: Paul Kruger. Simbool van 'n volk (Roodepoort: CUM-Boeke, 1982) 8vo; original blue boards; dustwrapper; pp. (viii) + 125; contemporary illustrations in monochrome. Near fine condition. Afrikaans text. "Die aangebode opstelle is meestal opgediep uit Die Huisgenoot en ander tydskrifte van die veertiger- en vyftigerjare. Hulle was as geleentheidstukke aangebied ten tye van Krugerdag, of om een of ander historiese gebeurtenis na 100 jaar in herinnering te roep." R430 [168] 328. Van Niekerk, L. E.: Kruger se Regterhand. 'n Biografie van dr. W.J. Leyds (Pretoria: J L van Schaik, 1985) 8vo; original dark brown boards, lettered in white on spine; laminated pictorial dustwrapper; pp. (xiv) + 457, incl. index; plates. Fine condition. Afrikaans text. 'Kruger se regterhand is die eerste gesaghebbende werk oor die lewe van dié briljante juris, politikus en diplomaat, 'n man wat moeilik aangepas het in Suid-Afrika, maar wat só deel van hierdie land geword het dat hy aan die einde van sy lewe kon sê: "Ek het my hart aan die Afrikaanse saak verpand en ek het my lewe daaraan gewy." ' R258 [328] 329. van Niekerk, Melt: Adolf Schiel en die Duitse Kommando [Archives Year Book for South African History. Fourteenth Year Vol. II / Argief-jaarboek vir Suid- Afrikaanse Geskiedenis. Veertiende Jaargang - Deel II] (Pretoria: Ministry of Education, Arts and Sciences, 1951) WITH: 'Lord Charles Somerset and the Beaufort Influence ', by Michael Roberts; 'The Native Policy of Benjamin Pine in Natal, ', by Lindsay Young; 'Die Arbeidskolonie Kakamas', by P. J. Rossouw. Large 8vo; original dark green cloth, lettered in gilt on spine; pp. (vi) + 454, incl. index; tables; plates, incl. folding. Cloth very slightly rubbed; trace of foxing to endpapers and edges. Very good condition. Two works in Afrikaans, and two in English. R500 [573] 330. Van Oordt, Gregorius August: Striving and Hoping to the Bitter End. The life of Herman Frederik van Oordt (Cape Town: the author, 1980) 8vo; original blue boards, lettered in white on spine; dustwrapper; endpaper map; pp. xii + 297, incl. index; photographs and contemporary artwork; map. Dustwrapper a little rubbed, with trace of edgewear, and some tape scars to reverse. Very good condition. The title page synopsis continues: "Hunter and Trail Breaker in the Kalahari Desert ( ); Resident, Advisor and Agent in Zambaansland, later Resident Justice of the Peace in Swaziland; Combatant in the Second South African War of Independence ( ). By his son Gregorius August van Oordt. His father's letters and other documents, collected, explained and added to, as well as the writer's own early memories." R430 [117]

45 331. Van Oordt, J. F.: Paul Kruger en de Opkomst der Zuid-Afrikaansche Republiek (Amsterdam & Cape Town: H.A.U.M., 1898) 4to; original tan pictorial cloth over bevelled boards, ornately blocked in gilt and colours, with oval portrait onlay to upper cover; pp. (xii) + 904; frontis. portrait. Cloth a bit rubbed and soiled; joints and hinges starting; split to top of lower joint; binding slack; edges and endpapers foxed, occasional fox spot elsewhere. Fair to good condition. Dutch text. (Mendelssohn II, p. 554) "A history of the Transvaal Boers from the time of the Great Trek to the fourth election of Paul Kruger as President of the South African Republic. The work, which is very voluminous, contains a full account of the Jameson Raid and the revolution in Johannesburg." - Mendelssohn R700 [571] 332. Van Reenen, Rykie (editor): Emily Hobhouse. Boer War letters (Cape Town: Human & Rousseau, 1984) 8vo; original blue boards, lettered in white on spine; laminated pictorial dustwrapper; pp. (vi) + 557, incl. index; colour frontis. portrait tipped in; plates. Dustwrapper's spine panel a little sunned; some spotting to top edge. Very good condition. "These spirited on-the-spot letters selected by herself span not only her well-known work in the camps, but her forceful and imaginative role in the ruined former republics after the war. They rescue the woman from the myth.... The letters are liberally annotated and the notes and appendices constitute a treasure trove of quotation, anecdote and sidelight: a browser's delight. There is a generous photographic section, highlighting various phases of Emily Hobhouse's life and her South African years." R430 [345] 333. Van Rensburg, Hans: Their Paths Crossed Mine. Memoirs of the Commandant-General of the Ossewa- Brandwag ([Johannesburg]: Central News Agency, 1956) 8vo; original green buckram, lettered in gilt on spine; no dustwrapper; pp. xi + (i) + 279, incl. index; full-page illustrations. Slight kink to bottom fore-corner of lower board; signed by earlier owner on front free endpaper and rear pastedown; slightest trace of foxing to endpapers. Very good condition. Hans van Rensburg, Free State Administrator and leader of the Ossewa-Brandwag, "played a significant role in the national thought and during was certainly a popular leader in South Africa. A man of restless intellect, astute, alert in his actions and with strong loyalty towards his friends and comrades, he was also a highly cultured person. In the long run his leadership could not endure, especially since the Afrikaners accepted the tested party leaders as the real representatives of their deep-rooted democratic political views. Van Rensburg, who for some time strongly appealed to their imagination, could not fulfil that role." - DSAB IV, p. 711 R500 [722] 334. Van Schoor, M. C. E., and others (editors): Christiaan de Wet-Annale [Nine volumes] (Pretoria: Suid-Afrikaanse Akademie vir Wetenskap en Kuns / Bloemfontein: Oorlogsmuseum van die Boererepublieke, ) Nine volumes of the series, missing only the tenth from The first volume is signed by no fewer than eight of the contributing historians. With the exception of the ninth issue, the books all measure 244 x 151 mm; the ninth is 209 x 148 mm. Pictorial wrappers; illustrations. Wrappers partially sunned; occasional fox spot. Very good condition. Afrikaans text, largely. Contents of the individual volumes as follows: 1. Dagboek van Hugo H. van Niekerk; 2. Dagboek van Oskar Hintrager. Die twee skermutselinge van C.R. de Wet op 19 Julie 1900; 3. Dagboek van Rocco de Villiers en Bylaes. Die insameling van outobiografiese getuienisse oor die Anglo-Boereoorlog. Die dépeches van die Russiese attaché, kol Stakhovitch en lt.- kol. Gurko; 4. Die Eerste Dryfkrag op Hoofkmdt. C. R. de Wet; 5. Dagboek van C.J. Asselbergs. The Anglo-Boer War, , seen through the eyes of Kanzo Uchimura. Letters: Lord Milner to Hamilton John Goold-Adams. Irish Nationalists and South Africa, ; 6. Veldkornet Salmon van As. Andries Smorenburg Lewensherinneringe; 7. Die oorlogsherinneringe van Jacob Petrus Neser; 8. The Diaries and Recollections of Jacob Abraham Jeremias de Villiers. H. S. van der Walt: Oorlogsdagboek; 9. Ahmednagarfort, Indië. Herinneringe en Dagboeke. R3000 [ ] 335. Van Schoor, M.C.E.: Spotprente van die Anglo- Boereoorlog (Cape Town: Tafelberg, 1981) 4to; original light brown boards; laminated pictorial dustwrapper; pp. 131; profusely illustrated with around 300 reproductions of contemporary cartoons, incl. a little colour. Dustwrapper a little sunned on spine panel; two small tape marks to reverse of dustwrapper flaps. Very good condition. Afrikaans text. A liberally illustrated review of the part played by political cartoons in the Anglo-Boer War. "Prof. Van Schoor het etlike duisende van dié spotprente opgespoor, gesif en oorweeg, en nou, ná agt dekades, 'n keur van sowat 300 spotprente byeengebring wat deur hul tydloosheid ook vir die leser van vandag veelseggend is. Die klem val veral op gehalte, historiese inhoud en die besondere boodskap. Waar nodig, is die spotprente van historiese inligting voorsien." R344 [407] 336. van Wyk, At: Honoris Crux. Ons Dapperes. Our Brave (Cape Town: Saayman & Weber, 1982) 8vo; original red boards, lettered in white on spine; pictorial dustwrapper; pp. (x) + 121, incl. index; portrait photographs; colour illustrations of decorations. Trace of spotting to top edge. Very good to near fine condition. Text largely in Afrikaans, with some chapters in English. This book details the acts of valour of recipients of the four categories of South Africa's highest military award. R258 [605] 337. Van Zyl, D. H.: In die Konsentrasiekamp. Jeugherinneringe (Bloemfontein: Nasionale Pers, 1944) Squarish 8vo; cloth-backed papered boards; pp. 55; blackand-white photographic plates. Boards very rubbed and slightly soiled, with title penned to spine; binding slack; library markings to endpapers and prelims.; some fingering. Fair condition. "By die deurlees van die vertellings oor die wreedste kant van die veelsydige prent van daardie veelbewoë jare in ons Boerevolk se geskiedenis, kom iemand wat dit self deurgemaak het onder die besef dat hy dit as 't ware in die gees oor lewe. Vir ander sal die werkie 'n baie interessante beskrywing besorg van iets waarmee elke Afrikaner vertroud behoort te wees, met die persoonlike herinneringe van ál die ontberings en droefheid, deurspek met pret en poetsbakkery en 'planmakery' van Boer se kind." - C. R. Swart. R258 [192]

46 338. Various: Our First Half-Century Golden Jubilee of the Union of South Africa (Johannesburg: Da Gama Publications, 1960) 4to; original green cloth, lettered in gilt on spine and upper cover; no dustwrapper; endpaper maps; pp. xii + 556; photographs in text. Slightly rubbed to joints and extremities, with trace of spotting to cloth; foxed to edges, endpapers and outermost leaves. Good condition. "This work represents an attempt to record for the generation that was born in and grew up with the Union an objective review of what was undertaken and what was achieved." R215 [247] 339. Venter, Al J.: The Zambesi Salient. Conflict in Southern Africa (Cape Town: Howard Timmins, 1974) 8vo; original brown boards; pictorial dustwrapper, housed in removable protector; pp. 395, incl. index; plates; maps. Dustwrapper a little sunned on spine panel; trace of foxing to edges. Very good condition. "This veteran African war correspondent has spent considerable time and effort probing the ideals and capabilities of the black fighters associated with such movements as Frelimo, Swapo, Zanu and others. He has examined their training, their motives, the capabilities of their leaders and those providing succour from the outside... " R300 [600] 340. Venter, E. A.: 400 Leiers in Suid- Afrika oor vier eeue. Beskouinge oor vierhonderd leierfigure in Suid-Afrika sedert die Grondlegging (Potchefstroom: the author, 1980) Signed by the author, with date, on front free endpaper, with his hand-stamp to title page. Large 8vo; original pictorial boards; laminated pictorial dustwrapper; pictorial endpapers; pp. 511, incl. index; liberally illustrated with portraits and other pictures. Some foxing to edges and endpapers; earlier price penned on front pastedown. Very good condition. Afrikaans text. "Hierdie unieke boek is 'n ensikloedie van ons volk se prestasies. Die skrywer het 'n keuse gemaak van 400 leiers op elke denkbare gebied van die volksplanting af tot op hede. Die belangrikste historiese figure, politici, nyweraars, landbouleiers, kunstenaars ensomeer, word bespreek." R450 [576] 341. Venter, P. J.: Landdros en Heemrade ( ) [Archives Year Book for South African History, Third Year, Part II / Argief-jaarboek vir Suid-Afrikaanse Geskiedenis, Derde Jaargang, Deel II] (Pretoria: Ministry of the Interior, 1940) 276 x 178 mm; original printed wrappers; pp. xi + (i) Contents penned to remnant of backstrip; wrappers somewhat worn and soiled; hand-stamp of earlier owner (H. J. M. Guest of Klerksdorp) to upper cover; some foxing to edges. Good. Afrikaans text. Study of the institution of magistrates and justices of the peace in the Cape of Good Hope between the years 1682 and R400 [868] 342. Vigne, Randolph (editor): Guillaume Chenu de Chalezac, the 'French Boy'; the narrative of his experiences as a Huguenot refugee, as a castaway among the Xhosa, his rescue with the Stavenisse survivors by the Centaurus, his service at the Cape and return to Europe, (Cape Town: Van Riebeeck Society, 1993) Second Series No vo; original dark grey cloth, lettered in gilt on spine, with gilt publisher's device to upper cover; laminated pictorial dustwrapper; pp. (xxiv) (x); errata slip; colour frontis. tipped in; monochrome illustrations. Dustwrapper sunned on spine panel; some foxing to edges. Very good condition. "The worlds of the Huguenot diaspora, the great days of Indian Ocean trading, the Cape's pivotal position in the struggle for mastery, and the awakening interest of the Dutch in the 'Terra de Natal' form a manylayered basis to this first full account of the Xhosa and their way of life since European settlement in South Africa began." R200 [822] 343. Viljoen, B. J.: Mijne Herinneringen uit den Anglo- Boeren-Oorlog (Amsterdam: W. Versluys, 1902) Squarish 8vo; original pale cloth blocked in purple and yellow; pp. 354; portrait plate. Spine a little rubbed and sunned, with light wear to extremities; endpapers and edges somewhat foxed, occasional foxing elsewhere; some pencilled marginalia. Very good condition. Dutch text. The original version of Viljoen's Reminiscences, which subsequently appeared in English. Viljoen's memoirs were written while a prisoner-of-war on St Helena, and published before the conclusion of hostilities. 'In humorously alluding to the fabulous tales about him which had appeared in the British papers, the General remarks that "after the several coups de grace in the field, and the tragic execution at De Aar... all which is left of Ben Viljoen... still pans out at a fairly robust young fellow - quite an ordinary young fellow indeed, thirty-four years of age, of middle height and build," although a periodical narrated how, bound to a chair, and placed near his open grave, he had met his doom with "rare stoicism and fortitude."... The work is free from bitterness, and is characterised by a fairness and lack of bragging which favourably distinguishes it from other publications written from the Boer point of view, while the humour, candour, and good-nature displayed in the volume are undeniable. The author was instructed by General Joubert to proceed to the Natal frontier, and he subsequently joined the troops under General Kock's command. He does not appear to have had a high opinion of his leader, and remarks, possibly if we "had had less to do with arrogant and stupid old men, we should have reached Cape Town and Durban."' - Mendelssohn. R1290 [16] 344. Visagie, L. A.: Terug na kommando. Avonture van Willie Steyn en vier ander krygsgevangenes (Cape Town: Nasionale Pers, 1932) Small squarish 8vo; original red cloth, with lettering and mounted Boer blocked in black to spine and upper cover; pp. (iv) + 246; plates. Spine a little sunned; light wear to extremities; regular, light browning. Very good condition. Afrikaans text. (Nienaber I, p. 391) "As historiese dokument is dit van besondere betekenis, omdat dit nie alleen 'n dramatiese stuk geskiedenis uit ons twede Vryheidsoorlog in beeld bring nie, maar tewens die merkwaardige lotgevalle behels van 'n vyftal Boerekrygsgevangenes wat feitlik die halwe wêreld deurkruis het, ten einde weer op die oorlogsterrein by die Boerekommando's uit te kom en hulle skadeloos te stel vir al die deurgestane leed en ontbering. Daarby werp die verhaal 'n interessante lig o.a. op die behandeling van krygsgevangenes, die vernuftige pogings tot ontsnapping, die geesdriftige bewondering en daadwerklike

47 belangstelling van verskeie groot Europese nasies ten opsigte van die strydende Boerevolk hier in die verre Suide." R516 [20] 345. Wallace, Edgar: Unofficial Dispatches (Cape Town: Struik, 1975) Volume 49 in the Africana Collectanea series, this copy being number 125 of an edition limited to 1000 numbered copies. Text facsimile of the Hutchinson edition of ca. 1901, with a new introduction by Eric Rosenthal. 8vo; original red rexine, lettered in gilt on spine and in blind on upper cover; pictorial dustwrapper, housed in removable protector; pp. (xii) + 332, incl. new index; frontis. A little foxing to top edge, occasional fox spot elsewhere. Very good condition. "Here the future King of Thriller and Detective Story Writers talks about war and peace, life on the veld, about Cape Town, Johannesburg, Bloemfontein, Kroonstad, and also about our dorps, as they were at the turn of the century." The original is listed on page 194 of Hackett's 'South African War Books: An Illustrated Bibliography'. R300 [585] 346. Wannenburgh, Alf: Forgotten Frontiersmen (Cape Town: Howard Timmins, [ca 1980]) 8vo; original pictorial boards; pictorial dustwrapper, housed in removable protector; endpaper map; pp. (xii) + 194; plates. Dustwrapper a little tanned on spine panel. Very good condition. "If we are to share the future, we should at least be able to share the past by rewriting our history in the perspective of the present-future. In the chapters that follow, it is not my intention to write a history of the 'Coloured People'. History is a total process, and so too should be the recording of it. My purpose will be achieved if the stories I relate prove to people, who believed their ancestors had only a passive part in our history, that their forefathers in fact played a dynamic role as pioneers and frontiersmen - that they are themselves today PEOPLE WITH A HISTORY." R250 [697] 347. Warner, Philip: The British Cavalry (London: J. M. Dent, 1984) 4to; original brown boards, lettered in gilt on spine; laminated pictorial dustwrapper; pp. (x) + 230, incl. index; illustrations, incl. several in colour. Near fine condition. "In this fine study, full of vivid eye-witness accounts and written with a verve and understanding of a form of warfare which was often more ingenious and complex than outward appearances suggested, the British cavalry comes vigorously to life, reminding us of the courage, skills, customs and astonishing encurance of our forebears." R100 [741] 348. Warwick, Peter: Black People and the South African War (Cambridge: Cambridge University Press, 1983) 8vo; original dark brown boards, lettered in gilt on spine; laminated pictorial dustwrapper; pp. xiv + 226, incl. index; several maps. Dustwrapper a bit sunned on spine panel. Near fine condition. 'This is the first history of the war to focus upon the wartime experiences of black people, and to examine the war in the context of a complex and rapidly changing colonial society increasingly shaped, but not yet transformed, by mining capital.' R430 [502] 349. Warwick, Peter, and S. B. Spies (editors): The South African War: The Anglo-Boer War (Harlow, Essex: Longman, 1980) 4to; original brown boards, lettered in gilt on spine; laminated pictorial dustwrapper, housed in removable protector; pp. 415, incl. index; numerous illustrations; maps and battle plans. Dustwrapper sunned on spine panel; some foxing to edges, endpapers and outermost leaves. Very good condition. This lavishly illustrated book has been specially written to give the most recent research findings to those who wish to read more deeply about the war and its political, economic and social background.' R300 [413] 350. Waszklewicz, Mev., in collaboration with H. D. van Broekhuizen: Paul Kruger's Tocht. Getrouwe beschrijving van Oom Paul's bezoek aan Frankrijk, de Rijnprovincie en Nederland, opgeluisterd door illustratiën naar momentphotographieën (The Hague: A. Abrahams / Leiden: Blankenberg & Co., 1900) Small 4to; green half cloth, with marbled sides, enclosing original pictorial wrappers; pp (viii); some illustrations in text. Cover a little rubbed; a little creasing to bottom fore-corner of some leaves, outside of text area; earlier owner's name signed on frontis. recto; occasional fox spot. Very good condition. Dutch text. (Mendelssohn I, p. 850) 'An account of the President's journeys and receptions in Europe ' - Mendelssohn R430 [190] 351. Waters, W. H. H. (authorised translator): The War in South Africa. Prepared in the Historical Section of the Great General Staff, Berlin (London: John Murray, 1904) Spine title reads: 'German Official Account of the War in South Africa. October 1899 to February 1900'. 8vo; original olive-green cloth, lettered in gilt on spine, with gilt lettering and publisher's device to upper cover; top edge gilt; pp. ix + (i) + 280, incl. index; two plates and nine folding maps. Cloth somewhat worn, with trace of fishmothing; corners turned; hinges starting; a little foxing; some discreet pencilled marginalia and underlining; a little earlier pencil crayon underlining in a few places partially erased, in consequence of which the printed text here is a little faint; short fold tears (not affecting image area) to some maps, repaired with archival tape. Good. (Hackett, pp. 104, 199; Mendelssohn II, p. 590) R1032 [177] 352. Watkins-Pitchford, H.: Besieged In Ladysmith. A letter to his wife, written in Ladysmith during the siege (Pietermaritzburg: Shuter & Shooter, 1964) 8vo; original green boards, lettered in gilt on spine, and with gilt 'Long Tom' device to upper cover; dustwrapper; endpaper map; pp. (iv) + 129; a few facsimiles. Dustwrapper very slightly edgeworn and partially sunned. Very good condition. "The substance of this book comes entirely from a letter to his wife commenced on 27th October, 1899, and finished on 1st March, within which dates Watkins-Pitchford endured and survived the Siege of Ladysmith." R258 [3] 353. Wavell, Archibald: Allenby. A Study in Greatness. The Biography of Field-Marshal Viscount Allenby of Megiddo and Felixstowe G.C.B. G.C.M.G. (London: Harrap, 1941) 8vo; original red cloth, lettered in white to spine; no dustwrapper; pp. 312, incl. index; plates; maps. Exlibrary copy, with code to tail of sunned spine, which is slightly cocked; corners turned; trace of damp-stain to bottom edge of upper board; front endpapers pasted together; hinges starting; some ink stamps. Fair. R86 [137]

48 354. Weeber, E. J.: Op die Natalse Front (1 Oktober Mei 1900) (Cape Town: Nasionale Pers, 1940) Squarish 8vo; original khaki cloth, with green and brown lettering; pp. (vi) + 230; plates. Spine a little cocked, with trace of wear to extremities; corners turned; cloth very slightly mottled; occasional fox spot. Good condition. Afrikaans text. (Nienaber I, p. 404) Weeber was intimately involved in the events he relates. R344 [160] 355. Weeber, E. J.: Op die Transvaalse Front, 1 Junie Oktober 1900 (Bloemfontein: Nasionale Pers, 1942) Small squarish 8vo; original blue cloth, lettered in black on spine and upper cover; pp. 297; plates. A little light browning. Very good condition. Afrikaans text. "Soos in my vorige boek, Op die Natalse Front, reeds beskryf, het ons uiteindelik nà die noodlottige terugtog uit Natal op die dorp Wakkerstroom aangekom. Dinge het lelik gelyk." R516 [19] 356. Wessels, André, et al (editors): Egodokumente. Persoonlike Ervaringe uit die Anglo-Boereoorlog (Bloemfontein: Oorlogsmuseum van die Boererepublieke, 1993) 209 x 149 mm; pictorial wrappers; pp. (vi) + 208, incl. index; plates. A bit sunned on spine. Very good condition. Afrikaans text, with some English and Dutch content. Contents: Die wese, doel en taak van annotering - André Wessels; C.R. de Wet, De Strijd Tusschen Boer en Brit, hoofstukke XVII en XVIII - Fransjohan Pretorius; The Anglo-Boer War Diary of Major H.S. Jeudwine - André Wessels; Depósito os Boers, Alcobaça, Portugal - Geskrif van Hendrik Johannes Pieter Erasmus oor sy internering in Alcobaça, Portugal, O.J.O. Ferreira; Die oorlogervaringe van twee vroue in die Suid-Vrystaat - A.W.G. Raath. R450 [384] 357. Wichmann, F. A. F.: Die Wordinggeskiedenis van die Zuid-Afrikaansche Republiek [Archives Year Book for South African History, Fourth Year, Part II / Argiefjaarboek vir Suid-Afrikaanse Geskiedenis, Vierde Jaargang, Deel II] (Pretoria: Ministry of the Interior, 1941) 276 x 178 mm; original printed wrappers; pp. xii Wrappers somewhat worn and soiled; contents penned on backstrip; faint hand-stamp of earlier owner (H. J. M. Guest of Klerksdorp) to upper cover; top fore-corner of upper cover an initial leaves a bit gnawed; some foxing; trace of damp-stain to margins of upper cover. Fair. Afrikaans text. Thorough study of all aspects of the Transvaal Republic's formative years. R400 [872] 358. Wilson, David Mackay: Behind the Scenes in the Transvaal (London: Cassell, [1901]) 8vo; later pale brown cloth, lettered in gilt on spine; new endpapers; pp. viii A little foxing. Very good condition. (Mendelssohn II, p. 624) "Mr. Wilson was practically the first Gold Commissioner in the Transvaal. He threw open the township of Barberton in February 1884, and was, he states, for seventeen years in close relationship with inner Pretoria, and consequently in a position to gain a fair insight into the methods of the officials of the country." - Mendelssohn R1400 [725] 359. Wilson, H. W.: With the Flag to Pretoria. A History of the Boer War of , AND, After Pretoria: The Guerilla War. The Supplement to "With the Flag to Pretoria" (London: Harmsworth Brothers, 1900 and 1901; The Amalgamated Press, 1902) Four quarto volumes (330 x 255 mm); red cloth over bevelled boards, uniformly blocked in black and gilt to spines and upper covers; pp. viii + 364, viii + [ ], viii + 528, vii + (ii) + [ ]; each volume liberally illustrated with photographs, artwork and maps. Covers bright; a little bumped, with slightly sunned spines; bindings slack; some light foxing; folding maps present, as called for, in both first and second volumes. Good condition. (Mendelssohn II, p. 625; Hackett, pp. 18, 202) Concerning the first two volumes, Mendelssohn notes: "This compilation... affords a record of the South African War up to the advance to Komati Poort and the flight of President Kruger. The volumes are interesting and entertaining... " Regarding 'After Pretoria: The Guerilla War', which completes the overall work, he observes: "These volumes continue the history of the South African War to the signing of Peace at Vereeniging. The same careful attention to detail is evinced in this work as in the preceding volumes... " R6450 [444] 360. Wilson, Lady Sarah: South African Memories Social, Warlike & Sporting. From Diaries Written at the Time (London: Edward Arnold, 1909) 8vo; original red cloth, lettering in gilt on spine and upper cover, with gilt device to upper cover incorporating elements of the title; pp. xii + 331, incl. index; several plates (that facing p. 172 missing). Backstrip somewhat sunned and soiled, with wear to head and tail; corners turned; joints and edges rubbed; moderate foxing; binding slack; one plate missing. Good. (Hackett, p. 202; Hosken, p. 220; Czech, p. 305) "Lady Wilson, an aunt of Sir Winston Churchill, relates her adventures in South Africa, particularly during the Boer War during which she actually became a prisoner of war." - Czech R688 [185] 361. Wulfsohn, Lionel: Rustenburg at War. The story of Rustenburg and its Citizens in the First and Second Anglo-Boer Wars (Rustenburg: the author, 1987) Signed by the author, with date, on title page. 8vo; laminated pictorial boards; pp. (xvi) + 198; frontis. portrait and contemporary photographs; maps and battle plans; loosely inserted typescript letter from author, answering questions posed by earlier owner. Trace of browning to front endpaper; very occasional fox spot. Very good condition. A history of the involvement of the Northwest Province town in the two conflicts. R258 [171] 362. Young, Francis Brett: In South Africa (London: William Heinemann, 1952) Squarish 8vo; original blue cloth, lettered in gilt on spine and upper cover; attractive dustwrapper, housed in removable protector; endpaper map; pp. vi + 146; colour plates; line drawings in text. Dustwrapper a little edgeworn; merest trace of foxing to rear endpaper, occasional fox spot elsewhere. R130 [699]

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