Commando: A Boer Journal of the Boer War

@inproceedings{ReitzCommandoAB,
  title={Commando: A Boer Journal of the Boer War},
  author={Deneys Reitz}
}
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As practically every man had crossed the Orange River with two horses, the number of dismounted men did not necessarily correspond to the number of horses that were lost
    Times History of the War: 'A curious feature (of the operations around O'Okiep) was the use, first by the Boers, and then in retaliation by the defenders, of dynamite bombs