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We Wander the Battlefields by Midge Carter

We Wander the Battlefields is the fruit of Midge Carter’s life-long passion for the history of the Anglo-Boer and Zulu […]

 
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Another Blood Soaked Hill in Zululand

GUNNER FREDERICK HENRY BRADLEY V.C. Although suffering from the worst drought in decades, one hopes that the rainy season is […]

 
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The Capture of Winston Churchill

THE CAPTURE OF WINSTON CHURCHILL – THE ARMOURED TRAIN INCIDENT. 15 NOVEMBER 1899. “I have had, in the last four […]

 
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Itala Monument to Valour by M C Carter

Twice in less than 23 years, Natal was saved from invasion by the gallant stands made by two small, vastly […]

 
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Frederick Hitch and the defence of Rorkes Drift by M Boucher

The story of Rorke’s Drift has often been told and perhaps nowhere so graphically as by Donald R. Morris in […]

 
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The Prince Imperial by Alf Wade

This article is the text of a talk to the S.A. Military History Society by Mr Alf Wade, of Vryheid, […]

 
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Major Barr’s Pilgrimage: An old warrior revisits his Anglo-Boer War Battlefields by Ken Gillings

[Scribe’s note – this originally appeared in two parts but is condensed here for continuity] Author’s note: There are, throughout […]

 
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The Lonely Graves of Zululand by H W Kinsey

One of the most poignant aspects of the Zulu War is the relatively small number of lonely graves scattered about […]

 
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The Anglo Zulu War as depicted in Soldiers Letters by Frank Emery

In ‘The Red Soldier’ my main purpose was to illustrate the first-hand evidence that lies in a specific course of […]

 
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Col A W Durnford by SB Bourquin

From his service in South Africa over a broken period of eight years, the impression which emerges of Anthony William […]

 
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