William Sydney Chadwick (b.1882) was born in England and emigrated to South Africa in the 1920s. He was a transport rider in Rhodesia, one time member of the Bechuanaland Protectorate Police and professional hunter in that he earned a living selling the ivory and lions skins from his trophies.
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Man-Killers And Marauders: Some Big Game Encounters Of An African Hunter by W S Chadwick (1929) is an acount of the author's adventures in the African bush, tracking down man-eating lions and rogue elephants.
Hunters and the Hunted: Some Glimpses Of Man And Beast In The African Bush by W S Chadwick (1931) contains stories of the combat of a lion and a python, a buffalo versus a lion and the strength of an elephant. Also contains stories of witch doctors and black magic.
Sultan On Safari by W S Chadwick (1945) is the tale of 'Sultan' an orphaned elephant
Sultan Of Sanctuaries by W S Chadwick (1947) more tales of 'Sultan' an orphaned elephant.
Buffo: The Baboon And Watchers Of The Wilds by W S Chadwick (1936) is a two part story of the adventures of a brave baboon and of the boy he saved from death.
Life Stories Of Big Game by W S Chadwick (1930)
Mother Africa Hits Back: The Native Problem And It's Solution by W S Chadwick (c.1950)
Bred In The 'Blue' Or Ways Of The African Wildfolk by W S Chadwick (1936)
Roaming With Red Eagle by W S Chadwick (1940)