REPORTS OF NEUTRAL MILITARY OBSERVERS ON THE ANGLO-BOOER WAR 1899-1902
AbstractThe General Staff of the French army sent three officers as military attaches to the theatre of war in South Africa in 1899. They were Commandant d'Amade with the British army and Captain Demange and Lieutenant Raoul-Duval with the republican forces.
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