This book presents dramatically new interpretations of many aspects of this formative event in South Africa and profoundly changes how we look at the making of Afrikaner nationalism. It covers topics such as the role of Boer women in the conflict, disease in the concentration camps, and the rivalry between British politicians and generals. African experiences of the war are also examined, highlighting racial subjugation in the context of colonial war and black participation, and showcasing important new research by African historians.
ISBN: 978-0-86486-607-3, 2003, 235x155mm, 376 pages
Rights: southern Africa from Ohio University Press
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