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Why so many artillerymen at Isandlwana? Isn't it correct that there were just 2 small "cannon".. but I think there were something like 80 gunners and drivers etc Sorry if I am being dumb on this - but why were so many men per gun
Can anyone tell me why there was no Gatling guns at Isandlwana. Surly if they were available they would have played an important part in the defence of the camp.
Very well present. Curling entry informative. By Ron Lock "The battlefield of Isandlwana is changing. You buy your entrance ticket at the Orientation Centre and proceed to the battleground through imposing gates, flanked by flag poles
Hi all. For those who havent seen it or own it , this is well worth buying . http://cgi.ebay.co.uk/Zulu-Battlefield-Anglo-Zulu-War-DVD-ISANDLWANA-/220794264825?pt=Non_Fiction&hash=item33685d1cf9 cheers 90th.
The " Ghost's Of Isandlwana " poster was created by Ian Knight and will be limited to 350 copies only. If you would like to own one these captivating images,drop me a PM and I will put you in touch with Ian. The image above is a photograph of a
I've done a couple Isandlwana sketches I thought I might share... The first is Durnfords Last Stand This one is another version of the Last of the 24th
Hi, A quick hello from me - a new poster. Been lurking around for a while so took the plunge and signed up for 2010! I currently have this website available covering as much of the battle at isandlwana in photographs - as I could. Hope this is of us