CatalogueTip & run: the untold tragedy of the Great War in...
Tip & run: the untold tragedy of the Great War in Africa
A small army of Germans and Africans fought a large British and Imperial force to a standstill, mainly due to their 'tip and run' tactics. The soldiers faced wide savannahs, deep jungles, all manner of diseases, as well as crocodiles, killer bees and raging heat. This is their story
PublishedLondon: Phoenix, 2008
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Statement of responsibility: Edward Paice
ISBN: 0753823497, 9780753823491
Originally published: London: Weidenfeld & Nicolson, 2007.
ibliography and index included.
488 p.,  p plates: ill., maps ; 22 cm.