Queen Victoria Enemies 1 S Africa
Queen Victoria's Enemies (1) Southern Africa (Men-at-Arms 212)
Author: Ian Knight Illustrator: Richard Scollins
Paperback; July 27 1989; 48 pages
When Queen Victoria acceded to the British throne in June 1837, British troops had recently concluded a war in southern Africa against the Xhosa people, and the seeds were already sown for a clash with the Boers. When she died in January 1901 Britain was once more fighting the Boers, in one of the longest and most costliest of the Imperial Colonial Wars. Southern Africa had proved a cockpit of tension and conflict second only to the Indian sub-continent. The causes of these troubles lay in the opposing interests of a variety of competing colonies, independent white republics, and black African states.
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