The Men Who Would Not March. – Thomas, David

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The surrender of Concordia Namaqualand, 4 April 1902

A true story of courage and dignity when Captain Phillips and his comrades refusing to obey orders to march, remained in the Concordia Town of Namaqualand to protect their famillies. A decision that saved hundreds of lives and livelihoods even though Captain Phillips and his men were reviled and beaten up for refusing to obey. Numerous b&w photographs. 192 Pages. Contents clean and tightly bound. 1st Edition. Condition: Very good. No dust jacket. Binding: Softcover. thick cardwraps with small crease to lower RH corner.

Publisher: Print Matters Heritage
Date Published: 2011
Publication Place: Noordhoek, Cape Town
First Edition: Yes

Condition: Very good.
Binding: Softcover. thick cardwraps with small crease to lower RH corner. Very mild edge-wear to spine edges.

Jacket Condition: No dust jacket.
Dimensions: 23.5cm x 15.5cm x 1.2cm

Additional information

Weight 700 g