Lot #21/19 Four books on the Anglo-Zulu War
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Lot #21/19 Four books on the Anglo-Zulu War The sun turned black: Isandlwana and Rorke’s Drift 1879 by Ian Knight. A smaller format, (not illustrated) version of the earlier book Zulu: Isandlwana and Rorke’s drift. Johannesburg, William Waterman Publishers,1995. New edition. 8vo. Thin card covers. Pp. (iii),236. Covers rubbed.Good+ …. together with …. The Road to Isandlwana: the years of an Imperial Battalion by Philip Gon. Account of the 1/24th Regiment in South Africa, including the action against Sekhukhune, against the Xhosa & against the Zulu during the Anglo-Zulu War. Johannesburg, Ad. Donker, 1979. First edition. 8vo. Hardcover. Pp. 288, photo-plates, portraits, maps. No dust jacket, covers rubbed, light browning. Good. …. together with …. A Zulu king speaks: statements made by Cetshwayo kaMpande on the history and customs of his people edited by C. de B. Webb & J.B. Wright. A record of statements made by Cetshwayo, whilst in exile after the Anglo-Zulu War. "Killie Campbell Africana Library, Reprint Series" no. 3. Pietermaritzburg, University of Natal Press, 1987. First paperback edition. 8vo. Thin card covers. Pp. xxxii,126, plates, portraits, maps. Covers a bit rubbed, browning. Good. …. together with …. Like lions they fought: the Zulu War and the last black empire in South Africa by Robert B. Edgerton. An exciting account of the Anglo-Zulu War. Johannesburg, Southern Book Publishers, 1988. First South African edition. 8vo. Hardcover. Dust jacket. Pp. xii,244, photo-plates, portraits, maps. Dust jacket a bit rubbed, inscription on front paste-down, text browned & foxed. Good. For the four books sold as a collection Reserve price: R360.00 bids welcome BUY NOW [The first bidder to bid the buy now amount wins this lot] @ R480.00

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