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WHAT DOES LADYSMITH MEAN IN ENGLISH?
Ladysmith is the name of several places: ▪ Ladysmith, British Columbia, Canada ▪ Ladysmith, Wisconsin, United States ▪ Ladysmith, KwaZulu-Natal, South Africa ▪ Ladysmith, New South Wales, Australia ▪ Ladysmith, Virginia, United States ▪ Ladysmith Island, Queensland, Australia, an island in the Smith Islands National Park, a group that includes Blacksmith, Goldsmith, and Ladysmith Islands, among others Ladysmith can also refer to: ▪ Ladysmith , Giles Foden’s second novel ▪ Ladysmith Black Mambazo, a South African choral group ▪ Siege of Ladysmith, 1900 ▪ Smith & Wesson Ladysmith, a small handgun...
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FREQUENCY OF USE OF THE TERM «LADYSMITH» OVER TIME
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Examples of use in the English literature, quotes and news about Ladysmith
10 ENGLISH BOOKS RELATING TO «LADYSMITH»
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Ladysmith: A Novel
From the Hardcover edition.
Giles Foden, 2010
Ladysmith: the siege
In 1899 the Boers, armed with the latest European rifles and artillery, drove through Natal to help themselves to a seaport - Durban - only to spend their energies in laying siege to the market and railway town of Ladysmith.
Lewis Childs, 1999
London to Ladysmith via Pretoria
The concentrated Ladysmith force, twenty squadrons, six batteries, and eleven
battalions, sallied out to meet them. The Staff said : ' By to-morrow night there will
not be a Boer within twenty miles of Ladysmith.' But by the evening of October 30
Sir Winston Churchill, 1900
Om Boer-krigen i Transvaal i Sydafrika hvor krigen var på sit højeste nytårsaften 1899 i byen Ladysmith, hvor 12000 britiske soldater blev overvundet i deres garnison.
Ruari Chisholm, 1979
London to Ladysmith: &, Ian Hamilton's March
A vivid, personal account of the conditions under which the Boer War was fought, this volume contains dispatches the future statesman wrote in 1899 and 1900 as a newspaper correspondent.
Winston Churchill, 2010
When Coal Was King: Ladysmith and the Coal-Mining Industry ...
This book explains the origins of the 1912-14 strike by examining the development of the coal industry on Vancouver Island, the founding of Ladysmith, the experience of work and safety in the mines, the process of political and economic ...
John Hinde, 2011
The Boer War: London to Ladysmith via Pretoria and Ian ...
Published together, these books are a vivid eye-witness account of a landmark period in British Imperial History and an insightful chronicle of a formative experience by Britain's greatest war-time leader.
Winston Churchill, 2013
Bombardment of Ladysmith anticipated: the diary of a siege
A British soldier's remarkable diary of the dramatic siege of Ladysmith during the savage Anglo-Boer war in South Africa. George Maidment, a young soldier fresh from the English Midlands, was thrown into the brutal fight at Ladysmith.
Alan Chalmers, George Charles Maidment, 2000
From Capetown to Ladysmith: An Unfinished Record of the ...
An Unfinished Record of the South African War George Warrington Steevens
Vernon Blackburn. And the next thing was the hissing shriek of a shell — and
plump it dropped, just under one of the Natal limbers. By luck it did not burst ; but
if the ...
George Warrington Steevens, Vernon Blackburn, 1900
Canadian Shorthorn Herd Book
40758 Ladysmith, by Grand Sweep. 41279 Ladysmith, by Greenhouse Chief.
41773 Ladysmith, by Golden Robe. 40345 Ladysmith, by Hilversum's Supremacy
. 40302 Ladysmith, by Janitor. 39914 Ladysmith, by Jolly Lad. 42428 Ladysmith,
Canadian Shorthorn Association, 1901
10 NEWS ITEMS WHICH INCLUDE THE TERM «LADYSMITH»
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Friends rally for victims of Ladysmith fire | CHEK
A family of five in Ladysmith is now homeless after a fire gutted their rented home on Friday. A woman and one of her three daughters who were ... «CHEK, Jul 15»