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Lytton Strachey (1880–1932). Eminent Victorians. 1918

The End of General Gordon


General Gordon. Reflections in Palestine. Letters. Khartoum Journals.
A. E. Hake. The Story of Chinese Gordon.
H. W. Gordon. Events in the Life of C. G. Gordon.
D. C. Boulger. Life of General Gordon.
Sir W. Butler. General Gordon.
Rev. R. H. Barnes and C. E. Brown. Charles George Gordon: A Sketch.
A. Biovès. Un Grand Aventurier.
Li Hung Chang. Memoirs. [The authenticity of the Diary contained in this book has been disputed, notably by Mr. J. O. P. Bland in his Li Hung Chang. (Constable. 1917.)]
Colonel Chaillé-Long. My Life in Four Continents.
Lord Cromer. Modern Egypt.
Sir R. Wingate. Mahdiism and the Sudan.
Sir R. Slatin. Fire and Sword in the Sudan.
J. Ohrwalder. Ten Years of Captivity in the Mahdi’s Camp.
C. Neufeld. A Prisoner of the Khaleefa.
Wilfrid Blunt. A Secret History of the English Occupation of Egypt. Gordon at Khartoum.
Winston Churchill. The River War.
F. Power. Letters from Khartoum.
Lord Morley. Life of Gladstone.
George W. Smalley. Mr. Gladstone. Harper’s Magazine, 1898.
B. Holland. Life of the Eighth Duke of Devonshire.
Lord Fitzmaurice. Life of the Second Earl Granville.
S. Gwynn and M. Crutwell. Life of Sir Charles Dilke.
Arthur Rimbaud. Lettres.
G. F. Stevens. With Kitchener to Khartoum.