A compendium of texts authored or edited by Julian Whybra.
Originally issued as individual quarto size softcover volumes. Now bound-in hard cover version combining Volumes I - III together and Volumes IV - VI together.
Each of the six individual volumes has been signed by Whybra.
VOLUME I (pages v + 81; re-published 2016 by One Slice Books)
- Isandhlwana and the Durnford Papers - F W D Jackson & Julian Whybra
- A Brave Fugitive: an anonymous account of Isadhlwana - Julian Whybra
- "An Englishman in outlandish places..." Anthony Trollope and Lieut. Nathaniel Newnham-Davis in South Africa, 1877 - Julian Whybra
VOLUME II (Pages v + 85; second edition re-published 2018 by One Slice Books)
- The Cochran accounts of Isandhlwana - Julian Whybra
- Reading between the Lines: An analysis of the Alleged 'Pulleine-Cavaye Order' of 22.1.1879 - Julian Whybra
- More Noble 24th: An addendum to Norman Holme's monumental work - Julian Whybra
- Moderation and Forebearance: South African Confederation and the Origins of the Zulu War - Julian Whybra
- Private David Denkins and a contemporary Roll of Rorke's Drift Defenders -Julian Whybra
VOLUME III (Pages v + 80; published 2016 by One Slice Books)
- The Letters of Colour-Sergeant William Edwards 1/24th - Julian Whybra
- The Anglo-Zulu War Memorial in Lichfield Cathedr- M Paul Bryant-Quinn
- The Defence of Helpmekaar 22nd Jauary 1879 - Graham Graham Akexander
- Zabange - Pure Fiction - Julian Whybra
- The Prison Escort at Rorke's Drift - Julian Whybra
- The Chard Reports: a stylometric analysis - Julian Whybra
VOLUME IV (Pages v + 91; published 2017 by One Slice Books)
- Gunner William Taylor's Escape from Isandhlwana - Julian Whybra
- Brothers in Arms - Stephen Reinstadtler
- The Wrecked Camp at Isandhlwana: what the Rearguard saw - Frederick Bomy & Julian Whybra
VOLUME V (Pages v +119; published 2018 by One Slice Books)
- Memento Mori - Julian Whybra
- The Symons Account: Lord Chelmsford's Reconnaissance & the Defence of Rorke's Drift - Julian Whybra
- An Account of Isandhlwana by Trooper Walter Granger, Natal Carbineers - Julian Whybra
Volume VI (Pages vii + 101; Published 2020 by One Slice Books)
England's Sons - A Casualty and Survivors' Roll of British Combatants:
- for the Battle of Isandhlwana - Wednesday 22nd January 1879
- and the Defence of Rorke's Drift -Wednesday 22nd - Thursday 23rd January 1879.
Julian Whybra is a history graduate of the University of East Anglia and has carried out post-graduate research as a Research Fellow at the Jagiellonian University in Cracow and as a Fellow Commoner at Girton College, Cambridge. He lectured part-time in history in the Centre for Lifelong Learning, University of Essex until 2005 and is a past winner of the Browne Medal for Original Research in Military History. He lectures and has written a number of books and articles on the Zulu War and is currently engaged in writing a doctoral thesis on the battle of Isadhlwana.
- Jacket Condition: no jacket; as issued
- Binding Condition: Fine
- Overall Condition: Fine
- Size: QUARTO