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The following pdfs have been generated from the 1931 book Anti-Commando by Victor Sampson and Ian Hamilton.

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pdficon_large      Contents
pdficon_large  Introductory
pdficon_large  'You did it!"
pdficon_large  Blood will tell
pdficon_large  K. forgets
pdficon_large  Appendices: VC refusal and the death of Colonal Benson

 

The illustrations

The far-famed ILH
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Panorama of Ladysmith looking north and north west
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Panorama of Ladysmith looking east, west and south
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Action at Roodewal, 11 April 1902
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Bruce Hamilton and his staff on trek in 1900
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Vryheid, 1901. Woolls-Sampson holding his stick
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General Botha with the commandant of the Wakkerstroom Commando, 1902
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The wily old counsellor
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The Woolsack
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Commandant General Louis Botha sailing to England
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Commandant General Louis Botha writing out orders
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A burial of the old 92nd
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Rising column commanders, 1901. Bruce Hamilton (left) and Lord Rawlinson (right)
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General De La Rey sailing to England
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Christian de Wet sailing for England
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Bruce Hamilton (with telescope); the Duke of Malborough and Winston Churchill at Diamond Hill
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Elandslaagte
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Boer surrenders near Ermelo
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Christian de Wet sailing and General Hart as travelling companions
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