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Why did the British win the Anglo-Boer struggle? even supposing there's fact within the basic assertion that they have been a lot more advantageous than the Boers, it doesn't clarify every thing. accordingly, the main target of this e-book is to examine an important strategic and operational judgements made on either side, and to degree them in accordance with accredited sleek army thought. it truly is proven that either the British and Boer battle efforts have been very haphazard firstly, yet that either learnt because the struggle went on. after all, the British obtained the Boers in a vice from which they can no longer get away.

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