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Some Zulu War uniforms from the Victorian Strollers! http://www.victorianstrollers.co.uk/stevesuniforms/infantryoff2.html http://www.victorianstrollers.co.uk/stevesuniforms/24regt.html
I was looking at some old Victorian telescopes today. I use one to look down the high street. (Not that impressed) But it dawn that Milne must of used one similar. Which suggests to me that he would not have got a very good view of Isandlwana, The standar
Not that it really matters, but I think something needs to be said on the subject of money. In the Victorian era money was counted in pounds (Quid), shillings (Bob) and pence (pennies), written as £: s: d: (the “d” written for pence stands for