Author(s): Major-General Sir James Alexander
Major-General Sir James Alexander covers the major actions of the Maori Wars of the 1863-66 period, and names 'every officer, non-commissioned officed or privated sentinel, solider or seaman I could discover'.
Those interested in the tactics and strategy of the British Army will find Bush Fighting, with its detailed map and plans, an excellent reference and indespensable background reading.
This copy is in very good condition, with slight shelf ware to the cover. A 1973 Capper reprint of the 1873 original.