Ian Hamilton's March

Ian Hamilton's March is a book written by Winston Churchill.wikipedia
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London to Ladysmith via Pretoria

It is a description of his experiences accompanying the British army during the Second Boer War, continuing after the events described in London to Ladysmith via Pretoria.
He produced a second volume of his experiences continuing where this one ceased, Ian Hamilton's March.

My Early Life

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In 1930 Churchill produced an autobiography, My Early Life, which also had several chapters devoted to his Boer War experiences.
A significant portion of the book covers his experiences in the Second Boer War of 1899-1902 which he had earlier described in London to Ladysmith via Pretoria (1900) and Ian Hamilton's March (1900).

Ian Hamilton (British Army officer)

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The book describes General Ian Standish Monteith Hamilton's campaign from Bloemfontein to Pretoria.
The war correspondent Winston Churchill told of his campaign from Bloemfontein to Pretoria in Ian Hamilton's March (London, 1900, reprinted as the second half of The Boer War), having first met Hamilton in 1897 when they sailed on the same ship.

Winston Churchill

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Ian Hamilton's March is a book written by Winston Churchill.

British Army

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It is a description of his experiences accompanying the British army during the Second Boer War, continuing after the events described in London to Ladysmith via Pretoria.

Second Boer War

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It is a description of his experiences accompanying the British army during the Second Boer War, continuing after the events described in London to Ladysmith via Pretoria.

South Africa

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Churchill had officially resigned from the British army in order to pursue a political career, but on hearing of the outbreak of war in South Africa between the British colonies and the free Boer states of Transvaal and Orange Free State, immediately made arrangements to take part.

South African Republic

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Churchill had officially resigned from the British army in order to pursue a political career, but on hearing of the outbreak of war in South Africa between the British colonies and the free Boer states of Transvaal and Orange Free State, immediately made arrangements to take part.

Orange Free State

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Churchill had officially resigned from the British army in order to pursue a political career, but on hearing of the outbreak of war in South Africa between the British colonies and the free Boer states of Transvaal and Orange Free State, immediately made arrangements to take part.

The Morning Post

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He arranged to act as correspondent for The Morning Post, and by playing them off against the rival newspaper, the Daily Mail, obtained a salary of £250 per month.

Daily Mail

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He arranged to act as correspondent for The Morning Post, and by playing them off against the rival newspaper, the Daily Mail, obtained a salary of £250 per month.

Joseph Chamberlain

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He also persuaded the Colonial Secretary Joseph Chamberlain to write him a letter of introduction to the High Commissioner for Southern Africa, Alfred Milner.

High Commissioner for Southern Africa

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He also persuaded the Colonial Secretary Joseph Chamberlain to write him a letter of introduction to the High Commissioner for Southern Africa, Alfred Milner.

Alfred Milner, 1st Viscount Milner

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He also persuaded the Colonial Secretary Joseph Chamberlain to write him a letter of introduction to the High Commissioner for Southern Africa, Alfred Milner.

Southampton

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He sailed from Southampton aboard the Dunottar Castle on October 14 and reached Cape Town on the 31st.

RMS Dunottar Castle

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He sailed from Southampton aboard the Dunottar Castle on October 14 and reached Cape Town on the 31st.

Cape Town

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He sailed from Southampton aboard the Dunottar Castle on October 14 and reached Cape Town on the 31st.

Bloemfontein

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The book describes General Ian Standish Monteith Hamilton's campaign from Bloemfontein to Pretoria.

Pretoria

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The book describes General Ian Standish Monteith Hamilton's campaign from Bloemfontein to Pretoria.

Boer

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Hamilton travelled four hundred miles from Bloemfontein to Pretoria fighting ten major battles with Boer forces and fourteen minor ones.

Winston Churchill as writer

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He subsequently published his despatches in two works, London to Ladysmith via Pretoria and Ian Hamilton's March (both 1900).

Marshall's Horse

Churchill, Sir Winston (1989). Ian Hamilton's March, London: Cooper.