Campaign Pictures of the War in South Africa (1899-1900) by A. G. Hales


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The Project Gutenberg eBook, Campaign Pictures of the War in South Africa
(1899-1900), by A. G. Hales


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Title: Campaign Pictures of the War in South Africa (1899-1900)
Letters from the Front


Author: A. G. Hales



Release Date: June 25, 2005 [eBook #16131]

Language: English

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CAMPAIGN PICTURES OF THE WAR IN SOUTH AFRICA (1899-1900)

Letters from the Front

by

A. G. HALES

Special Correspondent of the "Daily News"

Cassell and Company, Limited
London, Paris, New York & Melbourne

1901







[Illustration]





Dedication.


This book, such as it is, is dedicated to the man whose kindliness of heart
and generous journalistic instincts lifted me from the unknown, and placed
me where I had a chance to battle with the best men in my profession. He
was the man who found Archibald Forbes, the most brilliant, accurate, and
entertaining of all war correspondents. What he did for that splendid
genius let Forbes' memoirs tell; what he did for me I will tell myself. He
gave me the chance I had looked for for twenty years, and the dearest name
in my memory to-day is the name of


SIR JOHN ROBINSON,

Manager of the _Daily News_, London.

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