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British Supremacy in South Africa 1899-1907, Le May,  G.H.L.

Author Name    Le May, G.H.L.

Title   British Supremacy in South Africa 1899-1907

Binding   Hardcover

Book Condition   Very Good in Good+ dust jacket

Edition   First Edition

Publisher   London Clarendon Press, Oxford 1965

Seller ID   17377

White and orange dust jacket shows some soil, chipping and short tears, previous owner's name in front free end paper. Store stamp(sticker) base of front pastedown. Minimal text marking. ; A tight solid book hinges intact, dustjacket in Mylar, unclipped.; 8vo 8" - 9" tall; 229 pages; "This book, based on unpublished documents, explains why the Anglo-Boer War was for so long the vital issue in South African politics. It begins with Sir Alfred Milner`s attempt to secure British supremacy in South Africa by transforming the Transvaal Republic into a British colony.`` This only resulted in the increased militancy of the Afrikaner peoples and left the British presence in South Africa as secondary.

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Price = 25.00 USD



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