London: E B Rose, 1902.
Hardcover. Good with no dust jacket. Item #14980
Library stamps/marks/labels, cocked, toned, head chip, cloth soiling, otherwise light wear. Solid hardcover; Anti-Imperialist review of Transvaal history by British trade unionist Rose. "The Transvaal was annexed in 1877 in consequence of what Mr Chamberlain informed the country ... was false information supplied to the British Government. The mistake having been recognised and admitted by the Government which succeeded that under which the annexation was effected, it was resolved to reverse that policy. Now, seeing that the independence of the Boers was absolute before the wrongful annexation took place, so the restoration of independence should likewise have been complete. This it was not." - Preface. ; Ex-Library; 358 pages.