The Struggle for South Africa 1875-1899 - A Study in Economic Imperialism

By: Lovell, Reginald Ivan

Price: NZ$121.50

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Book Condition: Very Good in Good dust jacket

Dust-jacket rubbed and faded with foxing. A 2" chip to corner of front panel of dust-jacket. No loss of text on dust-jacket. Small bookseller's ticket on dust-jacket flap, Smiths Bookshop, Christchurch. Dust-jacket protected in archival mylar cover. Provenance: W. P. Morrell, signature dated June 1935. Some neat pencil marginalia, presumed Morrell's. "An honest & intelligent book & on the whole a convincing one, tho' has some faults from the literary point of view [. . .]" - from marginalia on rear endpaper. [William Parker Morrell (1899-1986), New Zealand historian. Morrell was a Professor of History at the University of Otago from 1946.] ; Uncommon in dust-jacket. xv, [3], 438 pages + double-page frontispiece map. 3 other full-page maps within the pagination. Red cloth boards with gilt lettering and rule on spine, gilt lettering on front board. Page dimensions: 235 x 151mm. "Thirty years have now passed since the ending of the South African War and the death of Cecil Rhodes, of whom three new biographies have been recently published in England. In this book, a detailed and impartial study of the published documents, Dr. Lovell attempts two things. He tells, from the human rather than the Rhodesian, the Africander, or the British point of view, the plain tale of economic imperialism in South Africa. He also traces the general European background of the competition of Boer, German, and Portuguese with British Imperialism. The Anglo-German estrangement following the Heligoland treaty of 1890 and the Mediterranean entente, and the Kruger Telegram of January, 1896, are fully discussed. Begininning, after an introductory survey, with Sir Bartle Frere and the Zulu War, with Gladstone and Majuba, thebook ends with a survey of the diplomacy of the second Boer War, on which a flood of new light heas been shed by the publication of the Milner Papers." - from dust-jacket blurb.

Title: The Struggle for South Africa 1875-1899 - A Study in Economic Imperialism

Author Name: Lovell, Reginald Ivan

Categories: Other,

Edition: First Edition

Publisher: New York, The Macmillan Company: 1934

Binding: Hardcover

Book Condition: Very Good in Good dust jacket

Seller ID: 19290