The Anglo-Zulu War, 1879

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Statementvolume editor, Ian Knight.
GenreSources.
SeriesArchives of Zululand
ContributionsKnight, Ian, 1956-
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LC ClassificationsDT1875 .A54 2000
The Physical Object
Pagination6 v. :
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Open LibraryOL3600082M
ISBN 10190300800X
LC Control Number2002328068

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The clashes between these two different armies prompted tactical innovation on both sides, as the British and their Zulu opponents sought to find the optimal combination of mobility, protection and firepower. This engrossing. 4th June – The main Zulu force of aro men attack Lord Chelmsford’s army at the Battle of Ulundi.

The Zulus are destroyed and this effectively marks the end of the Anglo-Zulu War. Above: The burning of Ulundi. 8th July – Lord Chelmsford resigns. 15th July – Sir Garnet Wolesley takes over from Lord Chelmsford.

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But it did not go to plan and there were many political repercussions. The Battle of Rorke's Drift, also known as the Defence of Rorke's Drift, was an engagement in the Anglo-Zulu successful British defence of the mission station of Rorke's Drift, under the command of Lieutenants John Chard of the Royal Engineers and Gonville Bromhead, began when a large contingent of Zulu warriors broke off from their main force during the final hour of the British.

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The Zulu kingdom had first emerged early in the nineteen. Anglo Zulu War Historical Society. Hon. President Prof. John Laband FRGS Hon. Vice President Ian Knight BA, FRGSS Society Consultants;S In South Africa;- Prof. John Laband FRGS, Xolani Mkhize, David Charles FRGSS United Kingdom;- Dr.

Christopher Forester, Brian Best FRGS, Ian Knight BA FRGS, Ian Castle FRGSS From The Editor, Dr Adrian Greaves FRGSS Woodbury House.

Books shelved as anglo-zulu-war: Zulu: The Heroism and Tragedy of the Zulu War of by Saul David, The Washing of the Spears: A History of the Rise of. During his life he published many books about the military history of southern Africa and the history of the Zulu nation and the Anglo-Zulu war of in particular.

John Paul Clow Laband is Professor Emeritus and Chair of History at Wilfrid Laurier University, Canada, and is a Life Member of Clare Hall, Cambridge University, England. For further reading I recommend the Osprey Campaign titles "Zulu War ", "Isandlwana " and "Rorke's Drift ", all written by Ian Knight.

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The Anglo-Zulu War of has a character that inspires and fascinates readers and increasing numbers of visitors to South Africa. The two volume biographical dictionary of the participants is a unique venture and this second volume reveals much about the formidable Zulu nation which so nearly humbled the mighty British Empire which had.

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