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Siegen oder Sterben, die Helden des Burenkrieges: Friedrich Rompel

A selection of biographies of prominent Boer soldiers and politicians. It seems to have been published during the war.
Der Heldenkampf der Buren: Paul Groningen

Published in 1903 the volume deals with the origin of the Boer republics and a history of the war. It is based more on fact than on drama.


Der Heldenkampf der Buren: Paul Groningen

Published in 1903 the volume deals with the origin of the Boer republics and a history of the war. It is based more on fact than on drama
Dolf der Burenheld: Kurt Wildenstein

A novel supposedly based on the experiences of an unnamed young Boer volunteer.


Der Burenkrieg: Franko Seiner


Published in 1903 A history of the war that seems rather factual, little blatant propaganda
Der Freiheitskampf der Buren: J. Scheibert (Major z.D.)

The German „Bibel” with 1250 pages, this classic was finished in 1903 and is still easy to find in Germany. Not only decorative, but also much information and many pictures.


Aus dem Freiheitskampfe der Buren, Die Deutsche Corps: Kommandant Richard Runck

A history of the war up until the fall of Pretoria and the part played by the German Freikorps as written by Kommandant Runke, published in 1902 it is a dry and factual account of the fighting. Recommended.
Ernste und Heitere Erinnerungen eines Deutschen Burenkämpfers:Franko Seiner

Published in 1901 it deals mainly with the fighting at Colesberg and Modder River as written by a German volunteer.


Der Boerenkrieg: Hubert Freiherr von Schorlemer

The history of the war from 1899-1900 written for the German Youth
A German General Staff study of the battles of Colenso and Magersfontein in December 1899. Published in 1903.


Der Freiheitskampf der Buren: Joseph Bürschner

A history of South Africa, the Boers and the Boer war.
Die Buren und der Südafrikanische Krieg: Joseph Bürschner

The same as the author’s „Der Freiheitskampf der Buren“, published in 1902
 
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