A photographic portrayal of the suffering in the Anglo-Boer War emphasising the universal elements of all wars
Collection of harrowing photographs, mainly from the collection of the War Museum in Bloemfontein. Interwoven in the narrative of what happened to people in this war, whether they were combatants or non-combatants, innocent bystanders or small children, the picture developed around the destruction of lines of communication and homesteads and farming activities. The devastation was complete. Foxing to the top edge with light ‘thumbing’ to the lower corner edges. 272 Pages. 1st edition. Condition: Good+. Dust jacket: Good. Edge-wear to top edge with a few small abrasions on rear cover.
Publisher: Kraal Publishers
Date Published: 2003
Publication Place: Bloemfontein
First Edition: Yes
Binding: Hardcover. Red boards with gilt lettering.
Jacket Condition: Good. Edge-wear to top edge with a few small abrasions on rear cover.