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20th February 2005"Zulu Dawn" DVDs any good?
Started by Peter D.
I know this subject has come up before on the boards, but I'm a bit confused: Are ANY of the "Zulu Dawn" DVDs worth getting (widescreen and ... (click to view)
Latest Post: 17th March 2005
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31st January 2005Provenance and dates of the post-battle photos taken of the survivors of B Company 2/24th at Rorke'
Started by Robert James Howells
In RD( Greaves 2002 ) there is a photo of " B Company the defenders of RD Post-Battle " (24th Regt. Museum Brecon ). The same photo had appe... (click to view)
Latest Post: 16th March 2005
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14th March 2005Isandhlwana drummer print
Started by spencer lawrence
Hi, cna anyone help me? I am trying to locate a print for my Father's birthday. It is of a drummer (boy?) just as the Zulus are attacking the British... (click to view)
Latest Post: 15th March 2005
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11th March 20051877-79 Clasp
Started by Neil Raaff
Hi all, Does anybody know where one can obtain a copy 1877-79 clasp for an SAGS? The reason I ask is a friend requires one for a medal of his... (click to view)
Latest Post: 15th March 2005
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10th March 2005Glengarry Caps and badges
Started by Carl Daeche
Can anyone help with the details of the checkered bands for the Scottish based regiments present in the AZW. The 21st 91st and 99th. I have details ... (click to view)
Latest Post: 14th March 2005
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8th March 2005WOLFE?
Started by s p mann
one final question: in ZUU DAWN a group of infantrymen are shown being surprised in a donga and wiped out during Isandhlwana. Anyone know what this is... (click to view)
Latest Post: 14th March 2005
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9th March 2005RETIRING WITH THE WAGONS AND OTHER POINTS
Started by stephen mann
I have enjoyed this site a lot since discovering it lat week- well done. It has led me back to the books which have raised some further points: (i)... (click to view)
Latest Post: 13th March 2005
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7th December 2004Fitness levels
Started by Mark F
Hi. This is my first posting on this forum so forgive me if this has been covered before. I'm currently laid up at home with a wretched cold - feel... (click to view)
Latest Post: 13th March 2005
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10th March 2005Medal and trip
Started by David Thomas
I have had in my possesion for a number of years a Zulu War medal with bar 1877-8-9 and inscribed to 1737 B Finch 1st Battalion 24th Foot. Can anybody... (click to view)
Latest Post: 11th March 2005
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5th March 2005coghill & melville
Started by w a holland
in the book rorkes drift by adrian greaves he states bthat they bothh crossed blood river but when i visited fugitives drift the guide took me to se t... (click to view)
Latest Post: 11th March 2005
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25th April 2002Lieut. Youghusband's Last Stand question?
Started by David Bluestein
I had read with interest on your web site (in the review of “Zulu Dawn”) an account that tells of Lieut. Younghusband's last stand at Isandlwana; The ... (click to view)
Latest Post: 11th March 2005
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22nd February 2005Repro Ammo Box
Started by Rich
Just a nod to Mr. Daeche for his fine work in doing those ammo boxes. His workmanship is excellent in reproducing the finish and detail work relating ... (click to view)
Latest Post: 10th March 2005
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16th February 2005Knife/Knuckleduster close-quarter weapon
Started by Coll
This type of combat weapon is really quite an awesome close-quarter fighting knife, although I think it only became more common during WW1. To comb... (click to view)
Latest Post: 10th March 2005
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9th March 2005Bobs brothers
Started by Phil Pearce
Due to a request from a potential relativein Ohio i have been delving into family records, census reports, Church records etc. Out of all of Robert jo... (click to view)
Latest Post: 9th March 2005
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6th March 2005Dummy/Inert .45/.577 Boxer-Henry Cartridges
Started by George hulmes
Hiya I've recently come into the ownership of a fully-working Martini Henry Mk.II, and I was wondering if any of you chaps knew of anywhere which w... (click to view)
Latest Post: 9th March 2005
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23rd February 2005Film, "Zulu," and Chaplain Smith
Started by Evan Hock
I read the reports from men at Rorke's Drift about Chaplain Smith's aid with ammunition and encouragement during the assault, and Mr. Witt, the missio... (click to view)
Latest Post: 8th March 2005
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18th June 2003The best one-liner in "Zulu"
Started by Simon Copley
What's yours? My top 10 are: Well they've got a very good bass section, mind. But no top tenors, that's for sure (Pt Owen) I've made a soldier outa ... (click to view)
Latest Post: 8th March 2005
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7th March 2005TELEGRAM OF CONDOLENCES
Started by s p mann
Did the British army look after its dead privates in the 1870's? Would the families of those killed in ZUluland get some sort of official leter? If so... (click to view)
Latest Post: 7th March 2005
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7th March 2005Major White?
Started by s p mann
This is another officer killed at Isandhlwana who I klnow nothing about. I think he may have been the major for laundry or something. PS - When I wor... (click to view)
Latest Post: 7th March 2005
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14th October 2003What the real Hook would think of Zulu
Started by Pauline Vanila
I think Hook would think it was funny as in his portrayment in Zulu. What'll you all be thinking that hook would think?... (click to view)
Latest Post: 7th March 2005
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