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This quantity covers the excessive midday of the British Empire, starting with the Zulu battle of 1879 and finishing with Kitchener's River conflict of 1898. among those got here the 2d Afghan warfare, the 1st Boer battle, and Wolseley's Egyptian and Nile campaigns. additionally defined in a few element is the Cavalry's half within the campaigns opposed to Osman Digna within the japanese Sudan.

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