3 edition of The Jameson Raid found in the catalog.
The Jameson Raid
Includes bibliographical references (p. 251-257) and index.
|Series||Brenthurst Press third series ;, 1, Brenthurst third series ;, 1.|
|LC Classifications||DT1889 .J36 1996|
|The Physical Object|
|Pagination||xv, 264 p. :|
|Number of Pages||264|
|ISBN 10||0909079536, 0909079544|
|LC Control Number||97116167|
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The Jameson Raid (29 December – 2 January ) was a botched raid against the South African Republic (commonly known as the Transvaal) carried out by British colonial statesman Leander Starr Jameson and his Company troops ("police" in the employ of Alfred Beit's and Cecil Rhodes' British South Africa Company) and Bechuanaland policemen over The Jameson Raid book New Year weekend of –Location: South African Republic, 26°06′S 27°48′E.
The Jameson Raid [Hugh Marshall Hole] on lombardspirit.com *FREE* shipping on qualifying offers. The author of this book joined the British South Africa Company immediately after it was formed in Cited by: 5. Jan 27, · The Jameson Raid was an ineffective attempt to overthrow President Paul Kruger of the Transvaal Republic in December The Jameson Raid.
There are several reasons why the Jameson Raid took place. Tens of thousands of uitlanders had settled in the Transvaal following the discovery of gold on the Witwatersrand in Jameson The Jameson Raid book, Birmingham, United Kingdom. 1, likes · 2 talking about this.
NWOBHM LegendsFollowers: K. Dec 29, · That’s going to change inwith the publication of The Rescue They Called A Raid: The Jameson Raid, This looks to The Jameson Raid book a deep dive into this fascinating imperial episode.
Almost one hundred and twenty five years ago, a Scottish adventurer attempted to expand the British Empire in South Africa with the backing of a mere men. Jameson's life is the subject of a number of biographies, including The Life of The Jameson Raid book by Ian Colvin (, Vol.
1 andVol. 2), Dr. Jameson by G. Seymour Fort (), and The If Man by Chris Ash (). The Jameson Raid has been the subject of numerous articles and books, and remains a fascinating historical riddle more than one hundred Governor: Walter Hely-Hutchinson. Get print book. No eBook available Weidenfeld and Nicolson, - Jameson's Raid, - pages.
0 Reviews. From inside the book Government The Jameson Raid book Bower Grey Groote Schurr Harcourt Harris's Hawksley High Commissioner honour hurry Imperial interview J. Garvin Jameson Raid Jameson's plan Jameson's Ride January Johannesburg.
The story of an African crisis; being the truth The Jameson Raid book the Jameson raid and Johannesburg revolt oftold with the assistance of the leading actors in the drama, (New York, New Amsterdam book co., ), by Fydell Edmund Garrett and E.
Edwards (page images at HathiTrust; US access only). Elizabeth (Harman) Pakenham, Countess of Longford, CBE was born on 30 August She was the daughter of Nathaniel Bishop Harman.
She married Sir Francis Aungier Pakenham, The Jameson Raid book Earl The Jameson Raid book Longford, KG, PC, son of Thomas Pakenham, 5th Earl of Longford and Lady Mary Julia Child-Villiers, on 3 November /5(4). The Jameson Raid [J van der Poel] on lombardspirit.com *FREE* shipping on qualifying offers.
Binding tight, no dust jacket, owner's name stamped inside, minor notations insideAuthor: J van der Poel. The Jameson Raid is one of the great mysteries of British imperial history. Launched in the early hours of the penultimate day ofit has provided historians with juicy morsels to toy with ever since.
Naturally, it The Jameson Raid book enormous interest and controversy at the time, and, arguably was one of the main causes of the Boer War of Note: Citations are based on reference standards. However, formatting rules can vary widely between applications and fields of interest or study.
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What people are saying - Write a review. We haven't found any reviews in the usual places. Contents. Chapter Page. 1: The Plan. Hurrying Up. 5 other sections not shown. Oct 17, · The Jameson Raid has, for more than a century, been cast as a British adventure - an incursion intended to coincide with an armed uprising in Johannesburg that.
The Jameson Raid The following information is taken from the book, 'The Jameson Raid' by Hugh Marshall Hole. In general charge: Dr Leander Starr Jameson, CB In military command: Lieutenant Colonel Sir John Christopher Willoughby, Baronet (Major, Royal Horse Guards).
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Cooper's "Life"haslittleto offer. whichoccurred at the Author: S. Jackman. The author of this book joined the British South Africa Company immediately after it was formed inand from to was private secretary to Dr Jameson, in Rhodesia.
He was, thus, brought into close contact with some of those who were to play a prominent part in the subject of this book/5.
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At the time, John, who was heavily into playing double bass with his feet, was looking for a band. This is the location where the Jameson Raid was planned. The planner and executor was a colonial statesman named Sir Leander Starr lombardspirit.com raid was conducted against the Transvaal Boer Republic of Oom Paul Kruger.
The objective of this raid was to trigger an uprising by British expatriates working in the goldfields of the Transvaal. The other important consequence of the Jameson Raid was Rudyard Kipling's poem "If." While Kipling is best known these days for the Jungle Book (), he wrote lots of poems, stories, and even a novel—all works that are not as widely read as they once were.
(And, yes, this is the same Jungle Book that was the basis for the Disney movie. The Jameson Raid was a pivotal moment in the history of South Africa, linking events from the Anglo-Boer War to the declaration of the Union of South Africa in For more than a century, the failed revolution has been interpreted through the lens of British imperialism, with responsibility laid at Cited by: 1.
Headlam, Cecil, “ The Jameson Raid,” Cambridge History of the British Empire (London, ), VIII, Hugh Marshall Hole suggested that the true-story of Chamberlain's involvement “would appear to lie midway between” the version of complete innocence or complete lombardspirit.com by: 4.
Jameson Raid, Birmingham, United Kingdom. 1, likes · 3 talking about this. NWOBHM Legends. South Africa’s Jameson Raid ultimately betrayed African rights by transferring power to white Afrikaner nationalists after helping to precipitate the Anglo-Boer War (–).
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It is available here The Jameson Raid: A Failed Dress Rehearsal for the Anglo-Boer War by David Saks and published in the Military History Journal, Vol 12, No 5, June is perhaps a more considered view. Dec 16, · Book entitled The Jameson Raid by Hugh Marshall Hole (London: Philip Allan, ).
Stuck inside the volume are newspaper cuttings about the book and particularly about the White/despatch-box incident. This book belonged to White and contains annotations made by him. Jameson Raid; Filed under: Jameson's Raid, A Woman's Part in a Revolution, by Natalie Harris Hammond (Gutenberg text) Some South African Recollections (London et al.: Longmans, Green, and Co., ), by Florence Phillips (multiple formats at lombardspirit.com).
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Notre Dame, as the band was initially called, was formed in. Jameson Raid synonyms, Jameson Raid pronunciation, Jameson Raid translation, English dictionary definition of Jameson Raid.
n an expedition into the Transvaal in led by Sir Leander Starr Jameson in an unsuccessful attempt to topple its Boer regime. The Jameson Raid was a failed attempt to overthrow Boer control of the Transvaal.
Instead it led to Cecil Rhodes' losing his control of Cape politics and the Transvaal arming itself for a war with Britain. The Jameson Raid in December was one of the key events in the lead to the second Boer War. Bolt Action Rifles Book Review: The Dreyse Military Needle-Ignition System May 19, Ian McCollum 7.
Forgotten Weapons. Oracle # The Jameson Raid was a pivotal moment in the history of South Africa, linking events from the Anglo-Boer War to the declaration of the Union of South Africa in For more than a century, the failed revolution has been interpreted through the lens of British imperialism, with responsibility laid at.
FREEMASONRY AND THE JAMESON RAID Rodney Edward Grosskopff, Past ADGM (South Africa North), PSGD (Eng), KL () [Presented to the Linford Lodge of Research in September ] The Jameson raid has been variously described as: A comic opera, and there are certainly some elements of humour in it. As a major factor in the start of the Anglo Boer war.
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Stuck inside the volume are newspaper cuttings about the book and particularly about the White/despatch-box incident.
This book belonged to White and contains annotations made by him.tions tell us about the Raid, but also about imperial designs, about economic imperatives and economic history on an emerging fron-tier, and about the perils and inconsistencies of leadership.
More than thirty years ago, a chapter on the Jameson Raid in my biography of .Jul 12, · Ebook Jameson Raid. The raiders were sent home, where the rank and file ebook very properly released, and the chief officers were condemned to terms of imprisonment which certainly did not err upon the side of severity.
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