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During the Victorian period , Britain was a powerful nation with a rich culture. It had a stable government, a growing state, and an expanding franchise.

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JavaScript is disabled for your browser. Some features of this site may not work without it. Export citation The Victorian soldier in Africa. Download PDF Viewer. Author s Spiers, Edward M. Show full item record. Abstract 'The Victorian soldier in Africa' re-examines the campaign experience of British soldiers in Africa during the period, - the zenith of the Victorian imperial expansion - and does so from the perspective of the regimental soldier.

Focusing on eight different encounters, the book utilises an unprecedented number of letters and diaries, written by regimental officers and other ranks, to allow soldiers to speak for themselves about their experience of colonial campaigning of the late nineteenth century.

The sources demonstrate the adaptability of the British army in fighting in different climates, over demanding terrain and against a diverse array of enemies, including the Asante, Xhosa, Zulus, Egyptians, Mahdists and Boers.

They also reveal soldiers' responses to army reforms of the era and the effectiveness of shifts from long-service to short-service terms of enlistment, the abolition of purchase and flogging as well as monitoring responses to the introduction of new technologies of warfare in the form of the machine gun, the smokeless rifle and the dum dum bullet.

The book provides commentary on soldiers' views of commanding officers and politicians alongside assessment of war correspondents, colonial auxiliaries and African natives in their roles as bearers, allies and enemies. Overall, the book examines the relationship between how soldiers thought about and recorded their own private experiences of warfare and how this was conveyed to the wider world - to friends and family at home and to the wider newspaper-reading public.

Essential reading for specialists in military history and British colonialism this book reveals new insights on imperial and racial attitudes within the army, on relations between soldiers and the media and on the production of information and knowledge and its transmission from frontline to homefront.

Keywords boer; africa; colonialism; zulu; army; Black Watch; Egypt. ISBN Publisher Manchester University Press. Publication date and place Classification Military history. This Collection. Login Register. Repository metadata.

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Africa and the Victorians: The Official Mind of Imperialism, International Affairs, Volume 43, Issue 1, 1 January , Pages , Article PDF first page preview​.

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Africa and the Victorians

The Victorian stereotype and double standard

Shepperson G. Africa, the Victorians and Imperialism. In: Revue belge de philologie et d'histoire , tome 40, fasc. In , the year of the Fashoda incident, Hilaire Belloc published his satirical poem on imperialism, The Modern Traveller. Unlike Mr. Africa, mysterious Land! Surrounded by a lot of sand

This book offers a detailed investigation of George S. It explores late Victorian military conflicts, British power dynamics in Africa and Asia, civil-military relations on the fringes of the empire, and networks of advancement in the army. After serving in the Sudan campaign, White returned to India and held commands during the conquest and pacification of Upper Burma and the extension of British control over Balochistan, and, as Commander-in-Chief, sent expeditions to the North-West Frontier and oversaw major military reforms. This force was besieged in Ladysmith for days. Skip to main content Skip to table of contents. Advertisement Hide.

Theauthors havemarshalled theevidence forstudying the"scramble forAfrica" fromthepointofviewoftheBritish government, havethought about it, andhaveemerged with a crisplywrittenargument. Publicopinion, they say,did not become enthusiastic aboutthe scramble for Africa till it was over. Prime Ministers and cabinets decided to move forward for reasons of strategy, based on the paramount importance of India and the need tokeeptheSuez Canal open. WhenEgyptian society disintegrated under the stress of Ismail's debtsin ,Britainstepped in to assert directcontrol. This destroyed the understanding with France,and madeit easyfor Franceand Germany to acttogether against England.

У него был такой вид, словно он только что увидел привидение. - Какого черта здесь нужно Чатрукьяну? - недовольно поинтересовался Стратмор.

Она перенеслась мыслями в тот вечер, когда президент Джорджтаунского университета предложил Дэвиду повышение - должность декана факультета лингвистики. Президент объяснил, что преподавательских часов будет меньше, бумажной работы больше, - но гораздо выше будет и жалованье. Сьюзан хотелось закричать: Дэвид, не соглашайся.

Уже теряя сознание, она рванулась к свету, который пробивался из приоткрытой двери гостиничного номера, и успела увидеть руку, сжимающую пистолет с глушителем. Яркая вспышка - и все поглотила черная бездна. ГЛАВА 40 Стоя у двери Третьего узла, Чатрукьян с безумным видом отчаянно пытался убедить Хейла в том, что с ТРАНСТЕКСТОМ стряслась беда. Сьюзан пробежала мимо них с одной только мыслью - как можно скорее предупредить Стратмора.

Поиски ключа не дали никаких результатов.

Стратмор отпустил створки двери, и тонюсенькая полоска света исчезла. Сьюзан смотрела, как фигура Стратмора растворяется во тьме шифровалки. ГЛАВА 63 Новообретенная веспа Дэвида Беккера преодолевала последние метры до Aeropuerto de Sevilla. Костяшки его пальцев, всю дорогу судорожно сжимавших руль, побелели.

 - Вы отправили его в Испанию? - В ее голосе послышались сердитые нотки.  - Зачем. Стратмор казался озадаченным. Он не привык, чтобы кто-то повышал на него голос, пусть даже это был его главный криптограф. Он немного смешался.

Шестиэтажная ракета содрогалась.

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