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Studies in the Anglo-Zulu War(Signed)

Published: Keith Smith-Privately, Australia, 2008

Edition: Second Edition. ISBN 978 0 9805647 0 9

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The Anglo-Zulu War of 1879 still intrigues both scholar and casual reader alike nearly one hundred and thirty years after it was fought.Its story contains tragedy,high drama and the heavy loss of humen life,not to mention the snuffing out of the direct Napoleonic line of France.All this within the space of less than one year,while the actual conflict lasted only from the invasion of Zululand on 11th January until the fall of Ulundi on 4th July 1879,a period of less than six months.King Cetshwayo kaMpande was captured in the Ngome forest on 28th August,following which he was sent into exile in Cape Town.There was sporadic fighting in the north-waet of Zululand after 4th July but the conclusion of the war was signalled on 1st September 1879 when Sir Garnet Wolseley held an indaba for the Zulu signing of the instrument creating the thirteen \'kinglets\' into which the country was to be divided...Map-x + 374 pages text with further maps and illustrations. \'As we will be in America until 9th December,we will only start processing orders from 10th December.Thanks for bidding\'.
  • Jacket Condition: No dustcover
  • Binding Condition: As New
  • Overall Condition: As New
  • Size: 160 X 240mm
  • Sold By: Quathlamba Winds Books
  • Contact Person: Ian & Yvonne Halford
  • Country: United Kingdom
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