Roberts and Kitchener reach South Africa

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Historical Context Note

Frederick Roberts lands in South Africa as Commander-in-Chief of British army, with Lord Kitchener as chief of staff. See

South African Apartheid I: The British-Boer Wars, 1899-1902

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Editors. "Roberts and Kitchener reach South Africa". The Literary Encyclopedia. First published 01 March 2010
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