The Africanders - A Century of Dutch - English Feud in South Africa

R 80

Product Code: 978-1-920091-57-6

Published in 1900, this 289-page book gives an extensive overview of the events in South Africa, covering the period of the Dutch at the Cape to 1795, British-Dutch interactions, the First War of Independence, and detailed analysis of the causes of and events leading to the 2nd War of Independence.

This book differs from some versions available in that it is fully searchable and contains a detailed index.

The preface, table of contents as well as the list of illustrations/photos can be viewed here  while the table of contents is also given below.

The book consists of the following 17 chapters:

 

  1.    The Dutch at the Cape (1652-1795)
  2.    First Contact of Africander and Briton — in Diplomacy (1795)
  3.    First Contact of Africander and Briton in War (1795)
  4.    The Africanders' First Trek to the North (1806-1838)
  5.    Second Contact of Africander and Briton — in Natal
  6.    Second Contact of Africander and Briton — North of the Orange River
  7.    The Africanders' Second Trek to the North
  8.    The Independent Africander and Slavery
  9.    Third Contact of Africander and Briton — In the Orange Free State
  10.    Third Contact of Africander and Briton — In the Transvaal
  11.    The Africanders' First War of Independence
  12.    Africander Republics and British Policy
  13.    Causes of the Africanders' Second War of Independence
  14.    Causes of the Africanders' Second War of Independence — Continued
  15.    Causes of the Africanders' Second War of Independence — Continued
  16.    Causes of the Africanders' Second War of Independence — Concluded
  17.    The Country of the Africanders

Pages : 289 (indexed, several photographs.  English)
Format: Downloadable PDF