Definition of Laagers
1. laager [v] - See also: laager
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Literary usage of Laagers
Below you will find example usage of this term as found in modern and/or classical literature:
1. On the South African Frontier: The Adventures and Observations of an by William Harvey Brown (1899)
"... Exciting Battle Expected—The Column laagers Near the Maven Stronghold—An Advance on the Enemy—Bullets Fly Too Thickly for Comfort—A Novel Way of Taking ..."
2. Rhodesia, Past and Present by Stefanus Jacobus Du Toit (1897)
"... Bulawayo—Leaving Thirty Hours behind Time—Passing a Night on the Omnibus between the Baggage—The Twin-Commando Road—How the two Columns formed laagers— ..."
3. Professional Papers by the Corps of Royal Engineers ... Royal Engineers by Great Britain Army. Royal Engineers (1881)
"I want to point out the various conditions under which these laagers were designed, ... The laagers used may he divided into six classes :— (). ..."
4. The Kafir, the Hottentot, and the Frontier Farmer by Nathaniel James Merriman (1854)
"It is one of the largest laagers in Albany. At Southwell camp, forty of us slept under the roof a small house. One cannot help deeply sympathising with a ..."
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