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In most pictures of Isandhlwana we see a mad fight with British and Zulu's all mixed together fighting. After reading that the Brits retired "in good order", it also seems that they retreated and then held a position until their ammo ran out - w
I have a copy of the print above (The Battle of Isandhlwana.) By Fripp, for some years, and never really look at the detail. However today I had a good look at it through my magnifying glass. Must say the expressions on some of the soldiers faces, must
Hi How many corpses found at Isandhlwana? Cheers Pascal
Does anybody know which Coy he was in at Isandhlwana and does a photo of him exist.
fistly, hi everyone this is my first post just a thought...would anyone like to see a new film about the battle of isandlwana? thoughts and observations would be good, not that i'm going to make it!
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
Hi, Does anyone know how many survivors there were from Isandhlwana ? Samuel Wassell, Thomas Westwood, and Frederick Evans, is as far as I know........ can anyone throw anymore names into the pot? Chris Packet