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This page contains Volume I of Maurice's History. The contents are in PDF format.  File sizes vary between 470K and 1.4MB.

Contents pdficon_large
Chapter 1 - Preparation for war pdficon_large
Chapter 2 - The outbreak of the war pdficon_large
Chapter 3 - The theatre of war pdficon_large
Chapter 4 - The Boer Army pdficon_large
Chapter 5 - The British Army pdficon_large
Chapter 6 - The Navy in the Boer War pdficon_large
Chapter 7 - Talana Hill pdficon_large
Chapter 8 - The retreat from Dundee and the action at Rietfontein pdficon_large
Chapter 9 - Elandslaagte pdficon_large
Chapter 10 - Lombard's Kop pdficon_large
Chapter 11 - The arrival of Sir Redvers Buller pdficon_large
Chapter 12 - The advance from the Orange River pdficon_large
Chapter 13 - Belmont pdficon_large
Chapter 14 - Graspan pdficon_large
Chapter 15 - The battle of the Modder River pdficon_large
Chapter 16 - The raid on southern Natal pdficon_large
Chapter 17 - Operations around Colesberg up to 16th December pdficon_large
Chapter 18 - Stormberg pdficon_large
Chapter 19 - Halt on the Modder River before Magersfontein pdficon_large
Chapter 20 - The battle of Magersfontein pdficon_large
Chapter 21 - Sir Redvers Buller in face of Colenso pdficon_large
Chapter 22 - Colenso, December 15th 1899 pdficon_large
Chapter 23 - Lord Roberts' appointment to the command in South Africa pdficon_large
Chapter 24 - Operations around Colesberg - 16th Dec 1899 to 6th Feb 1900 pdficon_large
Chapter 25 - Lord Roberts at Cape Town; Reorganises pdficon_large
Chapter 26 - The Army moves forward pdficon_large
Appendix 1 - Reinforcements sanctioned on 8th September 1899 pdficon_large
Appendix 2 - Distribution of British forces on 11th October 1899 in Cape Colony pdficon_large
Appendix 3 - Distribution of British forces on 11th October 1900 in Natal pdficon_large
Appendix 4 - Strength of the forces of the Transvaal and Orange Free State pdficon_large
Appendix 5 - List of HM ships and vessels serving on the Cape Station , October 11th 1899 to June 1st 1900 pdficon_large
Appendix 6 - Approximate strength and casualties at various engagements described in Volume I pdficon_large
Appendix 7 - The expeditionary force as originally organised and sent to South Africa pdficon_large
Appendix 8 - The composition and distribution of British troops in southern Natal, 23rd November 1899 pdficon_large
Appendix 9 - Reinforcements landed in South Africa up to the 15th February 1900 other than those given in Appendices 1 and 7 pdficon_large
Appendix 10 - Distribution of troops in South Africa on 11th February 1900 when the march to Ramdam began pdficon_large
Glossary pdficon_large
Index pdficon_large
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