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Zulu Frontiersman

Zulu Frontiersman  
The raw memoirs of a rough tough frontiersman in turn of the 19th/20th century South Africa who did not mind who he fought - Boer or Zulu - so long as there was fighting to be had.
An autobiography that will delight the many fans of the Zulu and Boer wars. George Dennison, its author, was a rugged frontiersman who took on a host of enemies - from Boers to Xhosa and Basutos as well as Zulus - during his varied career as a rough, tough colonial soldier in southern Africa. Rising from an untutored soldier in the ranks of the Bloemfontein Rangers, by the end of his career Dennison's expertise was sought after by such distinguished conventional soldiers as Lord Kitchener and Sir Garnet Wolseley. In this book Dennison recounts his colourful fighting career in prose as rough and ready as the man must have been himself. For the rich flavour of fighting and trekking in the raw few books can beat this one. Straight out of the pages of a John Buchan novel.


Product Code: 21046
Author: Major C. G, Dennison
ISBN: 9781848325180
Format: HB 304 pp Published Price £19.99
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