This paper discusses the issues of animal management including procuring, issuing, conditioning, training, feeding, care, disposal, cost and depots by the Remount Service and why it was needed in addition to the cavalry.
This study discusses the various duties which an officer of the Army is by necessity called upon to perform and portrays the personal experiences of the author to explain the perceived conservativism of Army officers.
The purpose of this study is to consider developments of our present scientific and mechanical age, its influence upon strategical and administrative organizations and the resulting influences upon the attack and defense of a river line.
This study discusses the bridging operations of the Japanese in preparing for and crossing the Yalu and its tributaries. There are lessons learned from the First Japanese Army on the Yalu from their operations. The document contains one map.
This study discusses the employment of artillery by both British and Boer forces during the Battle of Colenso. The study includes the types of weapons/ammunition used and the artillery locations, as well as the units and their positions during the...
This narrative covers the British Cavalry operation in relief of Kimberly, South Africa with accompanying analysis of the cavalry tactics, reconnaissance, and maneuvers. Conclusion contains lessons learned on cavalry reconnaissance.
The study discusses the British cavalry under General French in the relief of Kimberly. Subjects examined include the terrain where the operations were carried out, and the troops (composition of the cavalry division), as well as their locations.
This study is an analysis of the events of the 1652-1899 and of the allied geographical, racial, and psychological factors, to determine the underlying and immediate causes of the war in South Africa between the British Empire and the Boer...