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Seeing Julian Whybra is now a member of the forum, being the only person I'm aware of with knowledge of this forthcoming title in a couple of years, please can I ask Julian himself or anyone else if they have any more details about it ? Thanks.
Not wishing to cause any disrespect, but was Durnford capable of commanding at Isandlwana. I have read about his account a Bushman's River Pass, which did not seem to go to well. During the Zulu War Lord Chelmsford threatened him with loss of
In ZV it states that Durnford left the Donga to confer with Pulliene at the hight of the battle. It also says he met Troopers Barker and Hawkinsof the NC and ordered them to the Donga to assist the NNH. Is this true? I have never heard of it
Just out of Interest. Not Zulu War. Not a clear image. But gives some idea of layout. Colonel Durnford's camp at the foot of the Bushman's River Pass. Source: Cambell collection.
Ancestors of Andrew Durnford Mayor of St George's and Major Royal Engineers (1744-1798) Generation No. 1 1. WILLIAM1 DURNFORD was born 1565 in North Cadbury, Somerset, England, and died Jun 01, 1658. He married EDITH. She died Nov 08, 1634 in
My First article http://www.anglozuluwar.com/content/files/2012051511515230000100/The%20missing%20and%20found%20orders.pdf Cheers
Looking over Col: Durnford's military career. I not sure he would have made an officer if it wasn't for the fact he purchased his commission. He had all the qualities that an officer shouldn't have. But I guess back them money talked louder than it doe,s