The Colonials in South Africa 1899-1902: Their Record Based on Despatches
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Media: BOOK - paperback, 512 pages
Author: J. Stirling
Year: (1904) 2002
Publisher: Naval & Military Press
The only book to study the work of all the colonial troops - especially useful when trying to fathom the doings of some of the less well-known colonial forces such as Brabant's Horse, the Heidleburg Volunteers or the 1st New South Wales Bushmen.
A record similar to the authors earlier volume 'Our Regiments in South Africa'. This is a directory of Colonial Volunteer Corps and their work in the South African campaign. The information is drawn from official despatches, other reliable published accounts and from private accounts furnished by officers in the field. Covers contingents in South Africa from Australia, Canada, New Zealand, India and Ceylon.
Corps Raised in South Africa
The Canadian Contingents
Ceylon Mounted Infantry
New Zealand Contingents
New South Wales Contingents
South Australian Contingents
The West Australian Contingents
The 4th Regiment Imperial Bushmen