EP039 BLOOD ON THE LAND
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The story of the British Empire in South Africa continues. The first battles were being won, but the cost was blood on the soil, spilt by the British and shed by the native peoples as well as the soldiers in red. This episode covers
Intro & reviews.
Col Graham and the imperial mindset.
Warfare is a continuation of culture by other means.
The clash between British and Xhosa mindsets.
The problems perspectives on history can cause.
War, brutality, and the British establishment.
The New Men: Lord Somerset & Dr Barry.
What Florence Nightingale thought of the Doctor.
Well that is a mystery.
Lord Somerset has a plan.
Come settle me boyo’s, there’s land for all.
A new utopia.
History of Africa Podcast promo.
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