These notes correspond to a second year undergraduate History unit on The South African War 1899-1902.
The notes covered are:
- Chamberlain, Milner, and the British Politicians
- Cecil Rhodes and the Jameson Raid
- Causes of the War
- Black and Coloured Participation
- Methods of Barbarism
The notes are highly detailed, coloured, and contain essay plans, arguments and historiography surrounding each of the subjects. Potential essay questions are written at the top of the notes and the notes flow logically.These notes helped to achieve a high 2.1 in the exam.
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