Publisher's hardcover binding in pictorial dust jacket.
319pp. Illustrated map endpapers. Illustrations by C. T. Astley Maberly.
'Here is the dramatic story of the Transvaal from 1884 until 1900 - a period which covers a singularly lurid stretch of South Africa's past. All the fantastic intrigue, corruption and double-crossing which led to the grim climax of the Anglo-Boer War, is described with a wealth of detail and anecdote. The remarkable story of the Witwatersrand provides an often hilarious background to a history of events so important, that they are still of vital interest to every South African to-day.'
Contents clean. Binding solid. Jacket in very good condition with some creasing along the bottom edge of the rear panel.
- Jacket Condition: Very Good
- Binding Condition: Near Fine
- Overall Condition: Very Good Plus