relieve Ladysmith

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  • The last named stated in his telegram that he would relieve Ladysmith as soon as possible. Cited from The Record of a Regiment of the Line, by M. Jacson
  • It seems, however, certain that a considerable force will be moved here soon to restore the situation and to relieve Ladysmith. Cited from London to Ladysmith via Pretoria, by Winston Spencer Churchill
  • Finally, Buller himself would lead the major part of the army corps to relieve Ladysmith to the east.
  • Indeed I do not believe one of the twenty-five thousand men who had been fighting for six weeks to relieve Ladysmith had supplied himself with one. Cited from Notes of a War Correspondent, R. H. Davis
  • In order to relieve Ladysmith he must thoroughly defeat and drive away the Boer army -- must, so to speak break its back. Cited from Lessons of the War, by Spenser Wilkinson
  • We are to make -- at least in spite of disappointments we hope and believe we are to make -- a supreme effort to relieve Ladysmith. Cited from London to Ladysmith via Pretoria, by Winston Spencer Churchill
  • Sir Redvers Buller's army has met with another serious check in the attempt to relieve Ladysmith. Cited from London to Ladysmith via Pretoria, by Winston Spencer Churchill
  • The unit subsequently took part in the Tugela Campaign before helping relieve Ladysmith in early 1900.
  • Sir Redvers Buller on Monday set out on his third attempt to relieve Ladysmith. Cited from Lessons of the War, by Spenser Wilkinson
  • On February 26, the preparations for the fifth attempt to relieve Ladysmith were completed. Cited from A Handbook of the Boer War, by Gale and Polden, Limited
  • Once across the Tugela the British would attack the Boer defensive positions and then cross the open plains to relieve Ladysmith.
  • Buller was forced to split his forces, sending divisions to relieve Ladysmith and Kimberley.
  • If these difficulties can be overcome Sir Redvers Bullers has a good chance of success in his endeavour to relieve Ladysmith. Cited from Lessons of the War, by Spenser Wilkinson
  • Buller devised a new plan of attack to relieve Ladysmith.
  • At sunrise on February 5 began Buller's third attempt to relieve Ladysmith. Cited from A Handbook of the Boer War, by Gale and Polden, Limited
  • The failure of General Buller to relieve Ladysmith was not due to any want of sagacity on the part of that General. Cited from Campaign Pictures of the War in South Africa (1899-1900), by A. G. Hales
  • As such he participated in the campaign to relieve Ladysmith, which concluded on 3 March 1900.
  • The Cavalry and Artillery followed in due course, and thus the fourth attempt to relieve Ladysmith, which had been begun with such hopes and enthusiasm, fizzled out into failure. Cited from London to Ladysmith via Pretoria, by Winston Spencer Churchill
  • Most of them were awake, and all asked anxiously for news from Chieveley, and looked disappointed when they heard that it was likely to be some time before a fresh attempt was made to relieve Ladysmith. Cited from With Buller in Natal, by G. A. Henty
  • Its commander, knowing the disadvantageous nature of the country, would have preferred to strike northwards through the Free State and relieve Ladysmith at Bloemfontein. Cited from London to Ladysmith via Pretoria, by Winston Spencer Churchill
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