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I was informed by Springbok9 that some members had posted pictures of their visit to Rorkes Drift. I did some looking and did not find much. Iam specifically looking for pictures of Rorkes Drift in January, mainly the coloring of the grass. Anything will
I refer to the Wikipedia historical article below in regard to the Zulu casualties at Ulundi compared to the casualties at Rorkes Drift. It is said that the the Zulus lost over 400 men plus uncountable wounded in the Rorkes Drift action against Lt
I guess I should know. But there appears to be a wall made out of stone with lots of squared windows. Which would be excellent for rifleman. Was this used during the battle of Rorkes Drift for that purpose?
Doe’s anyone know the name of the first person to enter Rorkes Drift after the Battle from Chelmsford column, There is a sketch by Crealock of some horseman galloping towards Rorkes Drift. Maybe Lord Chelmsford in front.
Below is a list of medals that were formerly in the collection of long time friend and former collector - Dr. S. ##### . It is still regarded as the largest Isandlwana and Rorkes Drift collection ever held anywhere in the world. Killed in action
hi does anyone have a 'Private Williams' figure? Are they really worth the 50 plus quid they sell for? thanks joe
hi everyone, I was wondering if this could pass for one of the buildongs at rorkes drift http://cgi.ebay.co.uk/ws/eBayISAPI.dll?ViewItem&item=120550538072&fromMakeTrack=true&ssPageName=VIP:watchlink:top:en or if anyone could recomend a