6 edition of Gordon at Khartoum found in the catalog.
|Statement||by Wilfrid Scawen Blunt.|
|LC Classifications||DT156.6 .B58 2004|
|The Physical Object|
|LC Control Number||2003065837|
This is an exceedingly rare hardcover on Charles George Gordon, "Gordon Pasha" of the Sudan, printed in , in the same year that Gordon died in Khartoum. It describes Gordon, "the inner man" as well as the outer man, and his exploits in the Sudan and Darfur. It includes 4 pages of a facsimile letter from Gordon, with a sketch outlining his. On reaching Khartoum however, General Gordon believed, incorrectly, that the Madhi could be reasoned with. Instead of negotiating, the Madhi besieged the town for days. This title looks in particular, although not exclusively, at the battles fought by the British columns sent to relieve : Bloomsbury Publishing.
A Holy War raged across Egypt. The Mahdi, fanatical prophet of Allah and leader of countless thousands of armed tribesman, was about to descend upon Khartoum – arsenal of Egypt, ruler of Sudan. In England Prime Minister Gladstone made a political decision: England had responsibilities in Egypt but he would not send British troops to defend the city. The British government asked General Gordon, former Governor-General of Sudan, to go to Khartoum and aid in the evacuation of Egyptian soldiers, civilian employees and their families. Britain withdrew its troops from the Sudan until Khartoum was the last outpost remaining under British differed with the British government's.
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In Relief of Gordon: Lord Wolseley's Campaign Journal of the Khartoum Relief Expedition, by Garnet Wolseley and Adrian Preston | Hardcover. Gordon of Khartoum book. Read reviews from world’s largest community for readers. Charles George Gordon gained universal respect and affection in the slu /5.
Major-General Charles George Gordon CB was an officer of the British Army during the Crimean War and Second Opium War, and served as Governor Geneeral of the Sudan He died in the Siege of Khartoum during the Mahdist War.
He became known as Chinese Gordon for his service in command of the "Ever Victorious Army," a mercenary force of the Qing Dynasty 4/5. Gordon arrived in Khartoum and set about strengthening the city’s defences. A month later the Mahdi’s troops laid Khartoum under a siege, which lasted ten months.
Before British forces arrived to free the city, the besiegers broke through the city walls and killed the entire garrison.
A tremendous account of the events leading up to Gordon's fall at Khartoum. The book doesn't lack detail, and it has no problem describing the men of the era and imbuing them with personality, which is an obstacle for some history-based books.
The details of the fall of Khartoum are outstanding for a siege that left few survivors in the by: 8. General Gordon's last stand after the siege of Khartoum 11 February For hours the best part of the town was the scene of a merciless massacre.
Even the women and children were not sparedAuthor: Guardian Staff. The Siege of Khartoum is the setting for Wilbur Smith's novel The Triumph of the Sun, pub. and David Gibbins' Pharaoh, G. Henty wrote a young adults' novel about the siege called The Dash for Khartoum, originally published insince reissued and also available to read free online at Project on: Khartoum, Mahdist Sudan.
Too Late For Gordon And Khartoum;: The Testimony Of An Independent Eye-Witness Of The Heroic Efforts For Their Rescue And Relief [Illustrated Edition].
Michael Asher brings Sudan's history to vivid life in Khartoum, says Kevin Rushby Kevin Rushby Fri 18 Nov EST First published on Fri 18 Nov EST. Queen Victoria's hero General Gordon is under siege.
Hoards of Dervish warriors, loyal to the Mahdi, the Sudanese warlord and Messiah, are baying for British blood. With a small army and diminishing supplies, Gordon fears Khartoum will fall.
Ex-captain and one-time subaltern Simon Fonthill is summoned to Cairo on a vital mission/5(29). Directed by Basil Dearden, Eliot Elisofon. With Charlton Heston, Laurence Olivier, Richard Johnson, Ralph Richardson. In the Sudan, in toEgyptian forces led by British General Charles "Chinese" Gordon (Charlton Heston) defend Khartoum against an invading Muslim Army led by a religious fanatic, Mohammed Ahmed el Mahdi (Sir Laurence Olivier)/10(K).
The road to Khartoum: A life of General Charles Gordon by Chenevix Trench, Charles and a great selection of related books, art and collectibles available now at Charles George Gordon, byname Chinese Gordon, (born Jan. 28,Woolwich, near London, Eng.—died Jan.
26,Khartoum, Sudan), British general who became a national hero for his exploits in China and his ill-fated defense of Khartoum against the Mahdists.
Read More on This Topic. Sudan: Ismāʿīl Pasha and the growth of European influence. As might be expected of any book on Khartoum, the focus falls on the futile attempt to rescue Major General Charles George Gordon.
The book maps the beginnings leading to the rise of the Mahdi that soon engulfed the Sudan in bloodshed resulting in multiple defeats of both the Egyptian and English armies, most notable Lt.
General Hicks Pasha and /5(). Britain's colonial adventures: The truth about Gordon of Khartoum The only book he read was the Bible. the general was acclaimed not as "Chinese" Gordon, but Gordon of Khartoum. General Gordon's Khartoum Journal. Charles George Gordon. Kimber, - Sudan - pages.
0 Reviews. From inside the book. What people are saying - Write a review. We haven't found any reviews in the usual places. Contents. Introduction. 9: Book I. Gordon of Khartoum. Folkestone: Bailey and Swinfen, (OCoLC) Named Person: Charles George Gordon; Charles George Gordon; Charles George Gordon: Material Type: Biography: Document Type: Book: All Authors / Contributors: Patrick Turnbull.
'Alternative History' book, speculating on how subsequent history might have been latered had General Charles Gordon not been killed at Khartoum in Seller Inventory # More information about this seller | Contact this seller Queen Victoria’s hero General Gordon is under siege.
Hoards of Dervish warriors, loyal to the Mahdi, the Sudanese warlord and Messiah, are baying for British blood. With a small army and diminishing supplies, Gordon fears Khartoum will fall. Ex-captain and one-time subaltern Simon Fonthill is summoned to Cairo on a vital mission.4/5(1). Genre/Form: History: Additional Physical Format: Online version: Buchan, John, Gordon at Khartoum.
[London] P. Davies, (OCoLC). Imshi Khartoum 62A wounded Elephant 63Arab soldiers die off. Colonel Gordon in Central Africa, With a Portrait and Map of the Charles George Gordon Full view - Colonel Gordon in Central Africa, With a Portrait; And Map of the.The subtitle of this new biography of Gordon reads ""martyr and misfit"": Nutting stresses Gordon's mysticismhis persistent death wish and asceticism, his contempt of all societal and military conventions, and above all, his contradictory temperament.
Gordon was a frustrated idealist; he was a man who distrusted everyone and didn't know his own erratic and stubborn .Here is a full-length, full dress, complete biography of Charles George Gordon, the soldier-saint of the British Empire at its dazzling 19th century peak. It should completely replace the portrait in Strachey's debunking Eminent Victorians and equally the slickly popular Chinese Gordon of recent vintage.
This is a fine piece of scholarship, of historical and psychological research.