Briton and Boer; both sides of the South African question, by Right Hon. James Bryce [and others]

New York and London, Harper & brothers, 1900.

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Other Authors Bryce, James Bryce, 1838-1922.
Subjects Europe -- Politics and government.
Great Britain -- Foreign relations.
South Africa -- Politics and government.
South African War, 1899-1902.
Transvaal (South Africa) -- History.
Description 3 p. l., 250 p., 1 l. front., plates, ports., fold. map. 19 cm.
Notes Reprinted from the North American review.
Contents The historical causes of the present war in South Africa. By J. Bryce.--England and the Transvaal. By Sydney Brooks.--A vindication of the Boers (a rejoinder to Mr. Sydney Brooks) By a diplomat.--A Transvaal view of the South African question. By F. V. Engelenburg.--The Transvaal war and European opinion. By K. Blind.--The South African question. By A. Carnegie.--Will the powers intervene in the war? By F. Charmes.--A possible continental alliance against England. By D. C. Boulger.--Philosophy and morals of war. By M. Nordau.
Network Numbers (OCoLC)00671746
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