The National Army Museum Book of the Boer War

The National Army Museum Book of the Boer War A military history of what was Britain s first modern war written with original sources Published in cooperation with the National Army Museum it quotes extensively from the Museum s unpublished arc
  • Title: The National Army Museum Book of the Boer War
  • Author: Richard Michael Power Carver
  • ISBN: 9780330369442
  • Page: 298
  • Format: Paperback
  • The National Army Museum Book of the Boer War
    A military history of what was Britain s first modern war, written with original sources Published in cooperation with the National Army Museum, it quotes extensively from the Museum s unpublished archive of diaries, letters, and documents The text is complemented by unpublished photographs from the Museum s collections, together with seven detailed maps devised by LordA military history of what was Britain s first modern war, written with original sources Published in cooperation with the National Army Museum, it quotes extensively from the Museum s unpublished archive of diaries, letters, and documents The text is complemented by unpublished photographs from the Museum s collections, together with seven detailed maps devised by Lord Carver.
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  • Richard Michael Power Carver

    Field Marshal Richard Michael Power Carver, Baron Carver GCB, CBE, DSO Bar, MC 24 April 1915 9 December 2001 was a senior British Army officer Lord Carver served as the Chief of the General Staff, the professional head of the British Army, and then as the Chief of the Defence Staff, the professional head of the British Armed Forces He served in the Second World War and organized the administration of British forces deployed in response to the Mau Mau Uprising in Kenya and later in his career provided advice to the British Government on the response to the early stages of the Troubles in Northern Ireland.

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  • It suffices to read the final chapter of this book, Afterthoughts , since this is the only chapter whith some analyses of the war The book is very factual and although the many personal accounts are interesting, they tire too quickly Also, all accounts are from English soldiers, giving a rather one sided view on things.


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