The Times History and Encyclopaedia of the War - Part 168, November (Nov.) 6, 1917. The Campaign in German East Africa (III.)

By: Correspondents of The Times

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Cover Portrait of Brigadier-Gen. Edward Northey, C.B. Commanded the Nyasalind-Rhodesia Force. Abundantly illustrated with black and white photos. Contents include: military situation in East Africa at the close of 1916; The Belgian campaign under General Tombeur; Opening of the offensive, April 1916; Conquest of region between Tanganyika and Victoria Nyanza; British Column seizes Mwanza; Colonel Olsen Occupies Ujiji; Joint advance on Tabora; Life in Tabora under the Germans; Harsh treatment of British Prisoners; Belgians enter Tabora; Germans retreat south towards Mahenge; Results of Belgian campaign; General Northey's Campaign; Advance from the Nyasa-Rhodesia Frontier; Transport Difficulties; Nearly 400,000 carriers employed; German forces defeated; Northey's advance toward Iringa; Germans from Tabora under General Wahle pierce Northey's lines; Van Deventer's cooperation from the north; Mahenge force attacks Northey; Assailants repulsed; German concentration around Mahenge; Combined offensive by Van Deventer and Northey Fails; General Smuts Reorganizes his army and lines of communication; Kilwa operations; advance toward the Rufiji; German Main Force escapes from the Mgeta; Captain Selous killed; Changes in the command; Portugal's help. Average wear. Unmarked. Sound copy. Please note: readers may also be interested in the following two issues: Part 121 - The Campaign in German East Africa (I); Part 146 - The Campaign in German East Africa (II).

Title: The Times History and Encyclopaedia of the War - Part 168, November (Nov.) 6, 1917. The Campaign in German East Africa (III.)

Author: Correspondents of The Times

Categories: Magazine Back Issues, Military, History,

Edition: First Edition

Publisher: London, The Times: 1917

Binding: Paperback

Condition: Good

Type: Magazine

Size: 4to - over 9¾" - 12" tall

Seller ID: 118a0925

Keywords: Brigadier-Gen. Edward Northey, C.B. Commanded the Nyasalind-Rhodesia Force. Abundantly illustrated with black and white photos. Contents include: military situation in East Africa at the close of 1916; The Belgian campaign under General Tombeur; Opening of the offensive, April 1916; Conquest of region between Tanganyika and Victoria Nyanza; British Column seizes Mwanza; Colonel Olsen Occupies Ujiji; Joint advance on Tabora; Life in Tabora under the Germans; Harsh treatment of British Prisoners; Belgians enter Tabora; Germans retreat south towards Mahenge; Results of Belgian campaign; General Northey's Campaign; Advance from the Nyasa-Rhodesia Frontier; Transport Difficulties; Nearly 400, 000 carriers employed; German forces defeated; Northey's advance toward Iringa; Germans from Tabora under General Wahle pierce Northey's lines; Van Deventer's cooperation from the north; Mahenge force attacks Northey; Assailants repulsed; German concentration around Mahenge; Combined offensive by Van Deventer and Northey Fails; General Smuts Reorganizes his army and lines of communication; Kilwa operations; advance toward the Rufiji; German Main Force escapes from the Mgeta; Captain Selous killed; Changes in the command; Portugal's help.,