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This collection of specially commissioned essays seeks to put the Boer War (1899-1902) in its international context. Each chapter examines the perspective of one country (Austria-Hungary, France, Germany, Italy, Holland, Portugal, Russia and the US) and is written by an authority on that country. The assesses how perceptions of British policy and the future of the British Empire were altered. The Anglophobia of many of the nations' press, the activites of pro-Boer organizations, and the shaping of public and parlimentary opinion are examined alongside the official articulation and practice of imperial and defence policy.
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Keith Wilson is Professor of International Politics at the University of Leeds.Review:
"This collection opens up the possibility for all kinds of interesting global comparisons and contrasts. Without exception, all the essays are clearly written, contain interesting ideas and are produced to a high standard. The overriding impression that one gets from this volume is of sustained scholarship within a coherent framework - high quality essays that do genuinely help to clarify the international aspects of the Second South African War." - Reviews in History
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