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PostSubject: Upcoming auction   Fri Jan 17, 2014 1:05 pm

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Came across this one John, would you recommend it?  Very Happy 
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PostSubject: Upcoming Auction    Fri Jan 17, 2014 10:07 pm

Hi Springy
I have JY's book , although I seem to remember it being critiqued rather harshly somewhere along the line in the AZW fraternity ,
I find it well worth having , a quick reference source to me . I dont have the Drooglever book and I doubt CTSG will have it either or want to acquire it for that matter ! , I think he'd be better off with a copy of ' A Soldiers Life And Work In South Africa ' by none other than Edward Durnford which consists of much correspondence from his railroaded brother , Anthony ! LOL , one right up CTSG's alley !!. Yes , I've flogged that big silver book many times on here , I think it's an excellent book , many Diaries and letters quoted , and being from Ian Knight it is his usual high standard , although a little dated , it's in the must have's , and if you can get it for less than $ 40 USD it's a true bargain , it's always expensive on ebay and elsewhere ! .
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