- Oct 22, 2014
It's more that I disoute that the war IRL was a guerilla. The Boers fought in their traditional way of warfare (collumns of wagons and horsemen) and avoided direct confrontation after the initial stages of the war. It's more of a Fabian Tactics type of deal than the whole "hide behind the bushes" guerilla. What is desribed here sound more like a actual guerilla because it lacks the initial conventional stage, but it might just be the Anglo-bias of the authorWell...in parts it was. But the British didnt want it to be and did everything in their expansive power to stop it being a guerilla war.