Steinaecker's Horsemen. South Africa 1899-1903

By: Woolmore, William

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South African Country Life South Africa 1st edition 2006. Hard cover dust wrapper 352pp B&w photos and maps. New book. Covers the exploits of an irregular unit fighting on the British side during the Anglo Boer War of 1899-1902. Sometimes they roamed with a hundred or more men but more often they were in small groups of up to 4 men and held lonely picquet posts on the Lebombo range from which they patrolled the border with Portuguese East Africa. The maverick commander of this unit, Francis Christiaan Ludwig von Steinaecker, was a flamboyant and eccentric character; a former Prussian officer who rose to the rank of Lieutenant Colonel and was awarded the DSO for his service. He failed to adjust to civilian life after the war and committed suicide in 1917. Almost 200 pages are devoted to biographical notes on the men of Steinaecher's Horse. Includes honours and awards and roll of honour.

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