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Lord Chelmsford Said .Buller is ‘one of the finest soldiers of the century’, so modest and reticent –that it was difficult to say for what individual deed he had got the Victoria Cross as he had been doing acts worthy of it all along the line
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Subject: Re: Report of -the-stafford-house-south-african-aid-committee-zulu-war-1879/ Tue Aug 06, 2013 7:19 am
The Australian War Museum have a copy, which they will photocopy for you at minimal costs.
A lot cheaper way to obtain it!
Not as good as his brother Abraham's work, in my opinion.
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Subject: Report Of The Stafford house Committee Tue Aug 06, 2013 10:23 am
Hi Jimu. I'm not home till tomorrow so cant check for myself , is the Stafford Committee Report in the book ' Sister Janet ' ? . Thanks for the heads up regarding the AWM , I've sent them an email ! . Cheers 90th.
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Subject: Re: Report of -the-stafford-house-south-african-aid-committee-zulu-war-1879/ Tue Aug 06, 2013 9:28 pm
Sorry I couldn't tell you, it is not a book I have in my collection.
There's an excellent photograph of the report's author at http://bramstokerestate.com/George-Stoker-Bram-Dublin-Balkans-Rathmines-McGillycuddy-.html
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Subject: Re: Report of -the-stafford-house-south-african-aid-committee-zulu-war-1879/ Tue Aug 06, 2013 9:51 pm
Major George Stoker, CMG, died on Tuesday 23rd March 1920 aged 66. His grave is situated in Exeter Higher Cemetery, Heavitree (off the Pinhoe Road) Devon, United Kingdom.