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26th June 2003A Trivia for JY
Started by A.Maniac
John, I hope I will not appear to be carping if I ask you to clarify something from your excellent article on Rorke’s Drift, which I have just re_rea... (click to view)
Latest Post: 28th June 2003
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23rd June 2003Hospital Fire
Started by Trevor Finney
If the Hospital hadn't caught fire. Do you think the defenders of RD would have been able to hold out that night?... (click to view)
Latest Post: 28th June 2003
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13th June 2003Photo's of soldiers 24th, killed at Isandlwana?
Started by David Bluestein
Are any readers aware of any portrait photo's of private soldiers 24th Regt. killed at the battle of Isandlwana. Specifically photo's similar to the o... (click to view)
Latest Post: 28th June 2003
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21st June 2003Photographs of zulu and british dead or wouded.
Started by Andrew Bush
I have read many books on the zulu war and in all of them there are never any photographs of british,Zulu dead or wounded on the battlefields.You com... (click to view)
Latest Post: 27th June 2003
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26th September 2002Inspirational
Started by Pat Betterton
This inspiring true story of people triumphing over great odds has me spellbound. I feel strongly that it really was a miracle - that God was exertin... (click to view)
Latest Post: 26th June 2003
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18th August 2002Isandlwana aftermarth photos
Started by Alex Rossiter
Hi All.. Does anyone know if there are any books or museums which have photos of the aftermarth of isandlwana on programs you can see photos of isand... (click to view)
Latest Post: 26th June 2003
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25th June 2003Questions on the Isandhlwana Survivors
Started by Ahasuerus Maniac
4) I have some related questions about the survivors of Isandhlwana: a. Whereas I thought only two... (click to view)
Latest Post: 25th June 2003
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25th June 2003Commandant Raaf
Started by Justin Young
While researching a SA 1877-9 medal I picked up some time ago to a member of the Transvaal Rangers. I've delevoped a real interest for these Irregular... (click to view)
Latest Post: 25th June 2003
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20th June 2003Where was Dalton injured?
Started by A.Maniac
3) Was Dalton shot behind the biscuit boxes, as Chard says, or on the north wall, as in other sources? Chard writes: While firing from behind the bi... (click to view)
Latest Post: 25th June 2003
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27th February 2002Analysis of Zulu attack
Started by James Garland
I have just obtained the March copy of Miniature Wargames magazine which contains an article which may be of interest toreaders of this site. The arti... (click to view)
Latest Post: 25th June 2003
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20th June 2003Remake
Started by Roger Clifton
I'm sure someone must have said this before but I'd love to see a realistic remake of Zulu where Hook was a gentleman and everyone had beards or big m... (click to view)
Latest Post: 24th June 2003
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18th June 2003Durford's Last Stand, and other questions
Started by Andrew
I don't really know a lot about Colonel Durnford's actions at the battle of Isnadhlwana apart from that he defended a dry river bed, but I really want... (click to view)
Latest Post: 24th June 2003
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23rd June 2003The Zulus seen on the plain
Started by A. Maniac
I ask everybody's forgiveness if I am now continuing the discussion too soon after the sad news of the loss of one of your highly valued key members, ... (click to view)
Latest Post: 23rd June 2003
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15th June 2003The Steep Ledge
Started by Andrew
The ledge, that the north wall was built on was very steep so how did the Zulus actually manage to get up to the ledge to fight the defenders.... (click to view)
Latest Post: 23rd June 2003
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19th June 2003Mounted infantry in SA 1878-9
Started by Justin Young
Could anyone tell me if the was ever a list/lists made of soldiers that served in the mounted infantry during the campaigns in 1878 and the Zulu war i... (click to view)
Latest Post: 20th June 2003
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16th June 2003Zulu basic diet in 1879
Started by Miguel
While viewing some pics of 1879 Zulus, I couldn't help to notice that many if not all of them showed a very distinctive 'pot belly', slightly disrupti... (click to view)
Latest Post: 20th June 2003
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13th May 2002Pvte. Elijah Whybrow
Started by Julian Whybra
I've just discovered that Pvte. Elijah Whybrow (an ancestor) kia at Isandhlwana married in Malta. This was completely unknown to me beforehand. Were... (click to view)
Latest Post: 20th June 2003
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18th June 2003Hitch was a Gloucestershire man!
Started by A.Maniac
2) I was surprised by the following report of the South African Military History Society, according to which Hitch was not born in Edmonton in 1856 (a... (click to view)
Latest Post: 19th June 2003
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16th June 2003correct spelling
Started by Neil Aspinshaw
Does anyone claim to know the correct spelling of " 'sandlwan' ", locally ( ie battle field ) the signposts are Isandlwana, and most SA sit... (click to view)
Latest Post: 19th June 2003
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16th June 200324th Soldiers
Started by Richard Waters
Does anyone know if there exists a list of all the soldiers of the 24th that fought and died at the battle of Isandlwana? And if there is could you... (click to view)
Latest Post: 19th June 2003
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