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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
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
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!
The quest for Isandhlwana By Christina Koning. "If the starting-point for The Dark Tower was a few handwritten pages in a long-dead woman’s diary for 1879, the process of writing the novel brought in many other elements. There was the fact that
Hi How many corpses found at Isandhlwana? Cheers Pascal
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