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Soldiers and Settlers in Africa, 1850-1918 (2009)

by Stephen M. Miller

Other authors: Ian F. W. Beckett (Contributor), Frank Dadd (Cover artist), John Laband (Contributor), Jeffrey Lee Meriwether (Contributor), Bill Nasson (Contributor)7 more, Fransjohan Pretorius (Contributor), Edward M. Spiers (Contributor), Tim Stapleton (Contributor), James Thomas (Contributor), Paul Thompson (Contributor), Bruce Vandervort (Contributor), Ian van der Waag (Contributor)

Series: History of Warfare (56)

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Meriwether, Jeffrey LeeContributorsecondary authorall editionsconfirmed
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Pretorius, FransjohanContributorsecondary authorall editionsconfirmed
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Th e idea for this edited collection came about in the fall of 2006 just aft er the Society for Military History put out the call for papers for its annual meeting.
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This book revisits some of the most significant guerrilla struggles of the late 19th century, all set in Africa, and remind readers, in light of current events, the difficulties involved in engaging in this type of conflict.

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