A Soldier in South Africa. Brenthurst Second Series No. 6. – Spies, S B (Ed)

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The Experiences of Eustace Abadie 1899 to 1902.

From the fly-leaf. Previously unpublished story of on man’s experience of three years of war, written in the heat of the moment as seen through the eyes of an observant young cavalryman. Eustace Abadie of the 9th Lancers arrived in South Africa on 10th October 1899. The next day the South African war broke out and his regiment moved northward as part of Lord Methuen’s advance. His baptism of fire began at the battle of Belmont. 207 Page. Contents clean and tightly bound. 1st Edition. Standard cloth bound. Condition: Near fine. Dust jacket: Good++. Some edge-wear mainly to spine and fold edges and top edge.1cm closed tear to top edge of rear cover. Binding: Hardcover. Red cloth covers with gilt lettering in a black panel.

Publisher: The Brenthurst Press
Date Published: 1989
Publication Place: Johannesburg
First Edition: Yes

Condition: Near fine.
Binding: Hardcover. Red cloth covers with gilt lettering in a black panel.

Jacket Condition: Good++. Some edge-wear mainly to spine and fold edges and top edge.1cm closed tear to top edge of rear cover.
Dimensions: 31cm x 25cm x 2.5cm

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Weight 1500 g