Allenby, a Study in Greatness: The Biography of Field-Marshal Viscount Allenby of Megiddo and Felixstowe, G.C.B., G.C.M.G

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CONTENTS
CHAPTER PAGE
PROLOGUE: ALLENBY THE MAN13
BOOK I FORGE
I. EARLY LIFE (1861-82)23
I. Origins and Childhood (1861-71)
II. Schooldays (1871-78)
III. Royal Military College, Sandhurst (1878-82)
IV. The Young Allenby
II. THE REGIMENT (1882-96)40
I. Early Service in South Africa (1882-83)
II. Zululand and Bechuanaland (1883-85)
III. South Africa (1886-90)
IV. Garrison Life at Home (1890-96)
III. THE STAFF (1896-99)61
I. The Staff College (1896-97)
II. The Curragh (1898-99)
IV. THE SOUTH AFRICAN WAR (1899-1902)67
I. The Coming of War
II. The Voyage to South Africa (November-December 1899)
III. The First Phases of the War (December 1899-February 1900)
IV. Kimberley and Bloemfontein (February-April 1900)
V. The Transvaal: Command of the Inniskillings (April 1900- January 1901)
VI. The Column Commander (January 1901-May 1902)
V. PREPARATION FOR ARMAGEDDON (1902-14)110
I. Command of the 5th Lancers (August 1902-October 1905)
II. The 4th Cavalry Brigade (October 1905-October 1909)
III. Inspector-General of Cavalry (1910-14)
BOOK II SWORD AND BATON
VI. THE CAVALRY IN FRANCE (August 1914-May 1915)127
I. Mobilization and Engagement (August 4-24, 1914)
II. The Retreat (August 24-September 5, 1914)
III. The Advance to the Aisne (September 6-30, 1914)
IV. The Cavalry Corps (October 1914-May 1915)

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