British surgery in the South African War: the work of Major Frederick Porter.


AT THE onset of this century, two Boer states, the South African Republic, and the Orange Free State, with a combined force of about 87,000 men, were locked in a guerilla war against a British Empire military organization of nearly 450,000 men and 520,000 horses. The Boers' commando tactics enabled them to hold out from October 1899 to May 1902. They were… (More)


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