The Story of the Boers

R 90

Product Code: 978-1-920091-89-7

Hierdie boek het, volgens die redakteur, ten doel die daarstelling van die werklike besware van die Boereregerings teen die onregte wat teen hulle gepleeg is. Ter stawing van die besware en ter uiteensetting van die agtergrond is 'n aantal belangrike dokumente - insluitende die Sandrivierkonvensie, die ooreenkoms te Pretoria asook die Londonse Konvensie - ingesluit.

Die boek is in die volgende hoofstukke verdeel:

The policy of mediation (by Montagu White)
The struggle of our brethren in South Africa to maintain their independence (by CW van der Hoogt)
A century of injustice (a message sent by the Government of the ZAR to its people)
An earnest representation and historical reminder (by PJ Joubert)
A proclamation to the Orange Free State (by MT Steyn)
Official despatches exchanged between Pres Steyn and the High Commissioner
The boer Government's response to Mr Chamberlain
Sand River Convention of 1852
The Pretoria convention of 1881
The London convention of 1884
Het Volkslied

 
'n Aantal fotos/tekeninge is ook ingesluit:    

Pres SJP Kruger
FW Reitz        
Johannesburg, Rissick street
Pres Kruger entering his carriage
T
ypical Boer of the country
General view of Pretoria
WJ Leyds
Boer pickets reading the Bible
Old Dutch church in Government square, Pretoria
PJ Joubert
Pres MT Steyn
Genl Piet Cronje
Government Building, Pretoria
Bird's eye view of the seat of war
   

Formaat: CD/aflaaaibare PDF

Bladsye : 274 bladsye. Engels


THE STORY OF THE BOERS, NARRATED BY THEIR OWN LEADERS 

The editor of this book notes that the purpose of the book is " ..to explaiin the real grievances of the Boer Governments against the wrongdoings of their oppressors." He  further notes that the revised book now contains a number of important official documents including the treaties of Sand River, of Pretoria and of the London convention.

A number of photos/sketches are included:

Pres SJP Kruger
FW Reitz
Johannesburg, Rissick street
Pres Kruger entering his carriage
T
ypical Boer of the country
General view of Pretoria
WJ Leyds
Boer pickets reading the Bible
Old Dutch church in Government square, Pretoria
PJ Joubert
Pres MT Steyn
Genl Piet Cronje
Government Building, Pretoria
Bird's eye view of the seat of war

 

 
Format: CD/downloadable

Pages : 274 pages. English

 

 

The book is divided into the following chapters:

The policy of mediation (by Montagu White)
The struggle of our brethren in South Africa to maintain their independence (by CW van der Hoogt)
A century of injustice (a message sent by the Government of the ZAR to its people)
An earnest representation and historical reminder (by PJ Joubert)
A proclamation to the Orange Free State (by MT Steyn)
Official despatches exchanged between Pres Steyn and the High Commissioner
The boer Government's response to Mr Chamberlain
Sand River Convention of 1852
The Pretoria convention of 1881
The London convention of 1884
Het Volkslied