South African Memories Social, Warlike & Sporting From Diaries Written At The Time

Lady Sarah Wilson (4 July 1865 – 22 October 1929), born Lady Sarah Isabella Augusta Spencer-Churchill, became one of the first woman war correspondents in 1899, when she was recruited by Alfred Harmsworth to cover the Siege of Mafeking for the Daily Mail during the Second Boer War.
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author detailsLaiq Ali, a Librarian by profession and author by choice, is a credible scholar, reputed in academic circles, around. A double post-graduate in Library Science and Economics, he is the alumnus of Aligarh Muslim University and Agra University. Having access to thousands of books, by virtue of his prime post, as the Librarian in charge at J.L. Nehru Degree College, Etah. He has over the years developed a keen interest in Biographical Studies. This research-based exhaustive book on the great conqueror and general of all times, is the result of his toilsome labour, spanning over dozens of months. He, now plans to produce some more books on various illustrious great personalities, who moulded and shaped history, in India and the world.