The Boer War and British Society: Peter Donaldson Examines How the British People Reacted to the Various Stages of the South African War of 1899-1902 Donaldson, Peter.
History Review, No. 67, September 2010
"We Are Verily Guilty concerning Our Brother": The Abolitionist Transformation of Planter William Henry Brisbane Morris, J. Brent.
South Carolina Historical Magazine, Vol. 111, No. 3/4, July-October 2010
Return of the Fallen: The Repatriation of British Soldiers' Bodies from Afghanistan Goes against a Long Tradition of Burying the War Dead in Some Foreign Field and Brings the Conflict Closer to Home Hewitt, Nick.
History Today, Vol. 59, No. 9, September 2009
We Were Neither Fish nor Fowl: "Our Pattern of Education Has Been Aligned Hitherto to the Demands of British Examination Councils. above All, It Was Formulated and Administered by an Alien Administration Desirous of Extending Its Dominant Ideas and Thought Processes to Us. We Were Denied the Knowledge of Our African Past and Informed That We Had No Present. What Future Could There Be for Us?" Discuss Orakwue, Stella.
New African, No. 444, October 2005
Lamps: This Has Been Hardest Time of My Life ; England Midfielder Reveals His Agony at Mother's Serious Illness as He Plays Role in Chelsea's Euro Fightback at Anfield Last Night, Reports Ken Dyer Dyer, Ken.
The Evening Standard (London, England), April 23, 2008