England's Pride (Non-Fiction)

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General Gordon, charged with the task of defending Khartoum, was stabbed to death on 26 January 1885 when the Mahdi's forces took the town by storm. Two days later, the Expeditionary force arrived to relieve Gordon but found the town firmly in the hands of the Mahdi. In England's Pride, Julian Symons tells the story of the disastrous and tragic failure of this mission. Analysing events from both a...

Series: Non-Fiction
Paperback: 306 pages
Publisher: House of Stratus (January 12, 2008)
Language: English
ISBN-10: 1842329375
ISBN-13: 978-1842329375
Product Dimensions: 6.1 x 0.8 x 9.2 inches
Amazon Rank: 6463372
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This is a very good book describing the expedition to relieve General Gordon in 1884. I recommend it to anyone with an interest in that era. Over the years, many accounts both personal and official have been written about this operation. This book p...

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and military stance, and consulting a wide range of sources, he questions why the Gladstone Government had not acted sooner in the first place, and then, once orders had been given, what contributed to the complex chain of events that was ultimately to thwart the relieving force. Capturing in brilliant detail all the glory of Victorian times, England's Pride is a vivid and dramatic book on a sorely neglected subject.