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ISBN 0 2. Reviewed by Kobus du Pisani, Potchefstroom University (South Africa), for H-AFRICA Only three years before the centenary of the South African War a new book on the origins of this war, written by an historian of Warwick University, Dr Iain Smith, was published earlier this year. Hobson, The war in South Africa: Its causes and effects, (); RI. Lovell, The struggle for South Africa A study in economic imperialism, (); , Eeneeuw. Hobson, The war in South Africa: its causes and effects (); R. I. Lovell, The struggle for South Africa a study in economic imperialism (); F. W. Reitz, Een eeuw van onrecht (); G. D. Scholtz, Die oorsake van die Tweede Vryheidsoorlog, (2 vols., ); S.B. Spies, The origins of the Anglo-Boer War (); A. The Struggle for South Africa, A Study in Economic Imperialism by Reginald Ivan Lovell; Railway and Customs Policies in South Africa, by Jean Van Der Poel (pp. ) Review by: Reginald G. Trotter.
Rhodes, Cecil, [ Book: ] View online (access conditions) At 5 libraries. This resource is very relevant to your query (score: 89,) The struggle for South Africa, a study in economic imperialism Lovell, Reginald Ivan [ Book, Thesis: ] At 8 libraries. This resource is very relevant to your query (score. His book, The Struggle for South Africa: A Study in Economic Imperialism, ([published under the auspices of the Bureau of International Research of Harvard University and Radcliffe College], New York, The Macmillan Co., ; xv, pp. $), is an admirable pioneer attempt to relate the story of. Lovell, Reginald I., Struggle for South Africa, (New York, ), pp. , – Of the Raid Sir Charles Petrie wrote: “ the Colonial Secretary knew nothing about it until it had taken place. [and] of any idea of using Dr. Jameson's force to precipitate such a movement he was wholly innocent.”Cited by: 4. In fact Rhodes, or rather Jameson, was absolute ruler of a territory three times the size of England, which could be administered ‘without waiting for the grudging assent or polite censure of the High Commissioner’.” (See: Lovell,, Ivan, Reginal, The Straggle for South Africa, –, (New York, ), p. ). And what happens in Cited by:
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