History of the Railways During the War in South Africa, 1899-1902

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H.M. Stationery Office, 1903 - Railroads - 149 pages
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"Detailed history of the use and importance of railways during the war in South Africa (the Boer War), written by Sir Edward Percy Cranvill Girouard, Director of Railways for the British South African Field Force. With chapters on the creation and control of a military railway staff, the Cape Government Railway, the Natal Railway, all facets of the Imperial Military Railways (construction, organisation by region, locomotives, railway telegraph, stores and accounts, etc.), and the use of armored trains."--Amazon

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