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Re: Books--What are you reading/read and recommendations 6 years 11 months ago #3719

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Mike

Thanks for the link

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Re: Books--What are you reading/read and recommendations 6 years 11 months ago #3720

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Thought I would review my own book!
Currently on the third chapter and finding it one of the most informative books I have read up to now, hope it continues in the next chapters.

Paul

coldstream wrote: New book aquired last Sunday, just wonder if anyone has read it and can offer a review.
Ladysmith by Ruari Chisholm first published in 1979 by Osprey Publishing.
Started reading last night and it seems a good book.

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Re: Books--What are you reading/read and recommendations 6 years 11 months ago #3722

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Keep us posted Paul, most of what I've read about Ladysmith was part of a more general story and so they dont dwell too long on the actual seige.
I particularly like the assault on gun hill and the defence of Wagon hill.

Iain

coldstream wrote: Thought I would review my own book!
Currently on the third chapter and finding it one of the most informative books I have read up to now, hope it continues in the next chapters.

Paul

coldstream wrote: New book aquired last Sunday, just wonder if anyone has read it and can offer a review.
Ladysmith by Ruari Chisholm first published in 1979 by Osprey Publishing.
Started reading last night and it seems a good book.

Paul

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Re: Books--What are you reading/read and recommendations 6 years 11 months ago #3724

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Iain

Gibson's book on the Imperial Light Horse, which I recommended earlier in this thread, has excellent accounts of both the raid on Gun Hill and the Battle of Wagon Hill.

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Brett

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Re: Books--What are you reading/read and recommendations 6 years 11 months ago #3726

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Brett,

thx, I'll look out for your book.

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Re: Books--What are you reading/read and recommendations 6 years 11 months ago #3886

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Just got this one off EBay
Boer War (Concise Campaigns S.) by Eversley Belfield
Anyone read/got it?

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