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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
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Does anyone know of sure if the Incident at Isandlwana concerning the Drummer boys is true. I have heard they were hung on butchers hooks and cut open. I have also heard they were sexually assaulted before death. Was the rumour put about by the troops t
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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