Edward Dicey & Charles Lowe
The complete two volume set and an additional essay: The Redoubts of Düppel by Charles Lowe
Denmark, Prussia and Austria at war—2 volumes in one special edition
Europe is familiar with wars which have ostensibly arisen from issues of succession among its monarchies. Most of these provided..
The Viscount Fincastle V. C. & P. C. Eliott-Lockhart
A Frontier Campaign by The Viscount Fincastle V. C. & P. C. Eliott-Lockhart and Documents & Photographs of Fincastle’s Horse During the Boer War
A unique edition of ‘A Frontier Campaign’
This remarkable book of military experiences on the North West Frontier of India during the last years of the 19th century was written by two young serving..
John Frederick Finerty
A Newspaper Reporter’s Experiences of the Plains Indian War 1876-79
A first hand account of the Indian Wars in the West
Those interested in the history of the Plains Indians Wars of the United States of America may well have heard of this book by John F. Finnerty, ..
A British Newspaperman’s View of the Franco-Prussian War
With the Prussians in 1870
The title of this book is ironic. Early on readers will discover a facsimile of a newspaper article—discovered by the author upon his return to England—reporting his deat..
Howard C. Hillegas
A Journalist’s Experiences of the Anglo-Boer War From the Boer Perspective
War with the Boer forces
The Boer War was the last major war of the Victorian age for the British Army and, perhaps more significantly, it was the last conflict that could be said to have its found..
Bertram Lenox Putnam Weale
Letters Written by One of the Besieged From the Boxer Uprising to the Sack of the City
Besieged by the Boxers by one of the besieged
For those interested in the siege of the legations at Peking in 1900, this remarkable book has many advantages. Its text is taken from letters written ..
The Experiences of a Journalist Who Joined the French Foreign Legion in North Africa at the Turn of the 20th Century
The desert and the kepi blanc
The young author of this book thought he knew something of military life. He had served with American forces during the Spanish-American War, but by 1904 he was out of..
The Boer War as Seen by a Special Correspondent
The Boer War from an able writers pen
Although the title of this book reflects some of its subject matter, in fact, the relief of Mafeking is the objective—the concluding triumph—towards which many..
A Chronicle of the War by a Commentator on the Scene
On the spot reportage of catastrophe and victory in Victorian Africa
This book has much in common with D. C. F. Moodie’s work on the subject published by Leonaur under the title ‘Zulu:1879.’ Wilmot..
J. G. Maydon
A Special Corresponent’s View of British Army Mounted Troops During the Boer War
The last great cavalry campaign of the 19th Century
This is a fascinating book written by a journalist present with the British Cavalry during the Boer War. He describes its manoeuvres, actions and..
by D.C.F. Moodie & the LEONAUR Editors
The Anglo-Zulu War of 1879 from contemporary sources: First Hand Accounts, Interviews, Dispatches, Official Documents & Newspaper Reports
From the invasion of Zululand & Isandhlwana to Rorkes Drift & Ulundi - the Zulu War freshly related Zulu:1879 is an unusual book. It brings to life a war - nearly 130 years in the past - almos..
A Special Correspondent’s View of the Reconquest of the Sudan by British and Egyptian Forces under Kitchener—1898
The campaign to overthrow Mahdism as witnessed by a British journalist
The rise of Mahdism entered British consciousness as the fanatical followers of the man and his faith swept into Khartoum in 1..
Nine Decisive Battles Recounted by the Author of ‘The Red Badge of Courage’
Stephen Crane’s The Red Badge of Courage, written in 1895, propelled him to international fame and placed him justifiably in the pantheon of American Literature. His vivid portrayal of war caused him ..
Charles L. Norris-Newman
The Anglo-Zulu war of 1879 through the first-hand experiences of a special correspondent
Very few professional writers are fortunate enough to be ‘on the spot’ when momentous events occur. Most often we are left with accounts by amateurs. Charles Norris-Newman is different. He accompanied..