Caricature of the British Commanders, 2nd Boer War by Leslie Matthew Ward for Vanity Fair, date not known(shown in original source as 1st January 1899, which is far too early. For example Macdonald did not arrivein South Africa to take command of the Highland Brigade until 18th Jan. 1900).
"This legendary caricature appeared in British Vanity Fair on September 27, 1900, just after Churchill's return to England following his headline-making escape from the Boers, and just before his first General Election victory as the Conservative Candidate for Oldham. Drawn by Leslie Ward (who signed his work as 'Spy'), the caricature ran as part of a profile headlined: 'Men of the Day,' written by Vanity Fair's founder, Thomas Gibson Bowles.
The 8th Duke of Atholl. John George Stewart-Murray, known as 'Bardie,' from his caricature in Vanity Fair, 1905. He raised The Scottish Horse and distinguished himself in the Boer War, earning the DSO and a CB