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Battle Story: Isandlwana 1879

$4.00 USD $13.00
A wealth of rare account and quotes reveal the true tragedy of the battlefield. Illustrations detail the equipment of both sides, the terrain and the men who fought against each other. Packed with fact boxes, this short introduction is the perfect way to explore this legendary battle.

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By Edmund Yorke

On 22nd January 1879 a 20000 strong Zule army attacked 1700 British and colonial forces. This engagement at Isandlwana remains one of the most overwhelming defeats in British military history. 

Detailed profiles explore why the British imperial army, superior in equipment, was defeated by the poorly equipped Zulu warriors. A wealth of rare account and quotes reveal the true tragedy of the battlefield. Illustrations detail the equipment of both sides, the terrain and the men who fought against each other. Order of battle revel the composition of opposing forces' armies. Packed with fact boxes, this short introduction is the perfect way to explore this legendary battle. 

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B.G.
An Historical Search

My grandfather's was a relation to Neville Coghill VC and I was interested to find out more about the Isandlwana conflict he earned his VC in
I was very pleased to receive the book quickly from you
Thanks

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D.H.
Zulo Victory

Very informative good first hand accounts of the battle and aftermath.
Interesting the reaction by the military and the nation, they just had to have a scapegoat.

Battle Story: Isandlwana 1879 - The Tank Museum
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Battle Story: Isandlwana 1879

$4.00 USD $13.00

By Edmund Yorke

On 22nd January 1879 a 20000 strong Zule army attacked 1700 British and colonial forces. This engagement at Isandlwana remains one of the most overwhelming defeats in British military history. 

Detailed profiles explore why the British imperial army, superior in equipment, was defeated by the poorly equipped Zulu warriors. A wealth of rare account and quotes reveal the true tragedy of the battlefield. Illustrations detail the equipment of both sides, the terrain and the men who fought against each other. Order of battle revel the composition of opposing forces' armies. Packed with fact boxes, this short introduction is the perfect way to explore this legendary battle. 

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