The chase of De Wet and other later phases of the Boer War as seen by an American correspondent

by Frederick Hoppin Howland

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He later viewed war firsthand when he served as a newspaper correspondent during the Greco-Turkish War in and the Spanish American War in When the war began, neither side was prepared to care for the wounded.

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