Trekking On. – Reitz, Deneys

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The second in the trilogy where the author deals with his going into exile in 1902 rather than submit to British Rule; his trials and adventures in Madagascar and his return to South Africa to take part in the reconstruction following the Peace Treaty of Vereeniging. He tells of of strange half-forgotten campaigns conducted by General Botha and General Smuts against German colonies, ending with his experience in France during WWI and leading a British battalion to the Rhine. Foxing to front and rear prelims with scattered foxing throughout. Previous owner’s name on the fixed end paper. 5 maps. 351 Pages. Binding firm. Condition: Fair. Binding: Hardcover. Cloth boards. Edge-wear. Long split to the one side of the spine with some fraying. Sunning and some rubbing. Grubby marks.

Publisher: Faber & Faber Limited
Date Published: 1933
Publication Place: London

Condition: Fair.
Binding: Hardcover. Cloth boards. Edge-wear. Long split to the one side of the spine with some fraying. Sunning and some rubbing. Grubby marks.

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Weight 1000 g