The Anglo Zulu War Research Society's main objective are to make reviews of relevant Zulu War books available,and to invite lay reviewers, battlefield guides, tour operators and others working or involved in the subject to supply new reviews for publication. See the Anglo Zulu War Virtual Museum is at www.azwrs.com.
The Anglo Zulu War Group aims to bring history alive. Their site includes research, information on descendants and relatives and a living history section. See www.zuluwar-usuthu.com
Tomahawk Media are publishers of the forthcoming book by Sheldon Hall on the making of Zulu, starring Stanley Baker and Michael Caine. See www.tomahawkmedia.co.uk
Westair Reproductions specializes in mini and full size replica Victorian medals.
Victoria Cross Society - The interest in the Victoria Cross continues to attract military historians, collectors and the general public alike. See www.victoriacrosssociety.com.
For one of the largest specialist military genealogy records sites in the UK, go to
The spectacular Fugitives’ Drift Lodge overlooks both Isandlwana and Rorke’s Drift, and includes the site where Lieutenants Melvill and Coghill lost their lives attempting to save the Queen’s Colour of their regiment. The Rattray family have created an award winning lodge and thought provoking and often emotionally charged tours are conducted daily to Isandlwana and Rorke’s Drift. Fugitives' Drift offers a choice of accommodation in either the Lodge or the Guest House, both owned by the Rattrays and both born out of their extensive experience in the hospitality industry. See www.fugitivesdrift.com and www.fugitives-drift-lodge.com.
Hotel Izulu is at the entrance to Ballito, a 30-minute drive from Durban, on the lush North Coast in KwaZulu Natal and is a five star property with luxury all suite accommodation, year round sunshine, fine dining, with a fully fledged spa and facilities for both conferences and weddings. See http://www.sa-venues.com/kzn/hotelizulu.htm.
Zulu and Boer War Tours from Battlefield Tours run several specialized tours. See
Dixons Medals can be found at www.dixonsmedals.co.uk
iKON AFRICA sources and manufactures unusual, beautiful and interesting Zulu treasures and objects d'art. They also provide tours incorporating various aspects of Zulu history, art and culture. See www.ikonafrika.co.za.
Victorian Voices is a web site dedicated to publishing original letters and documents concerning the battle of Rorke's Drift 1879. See www.btinternet.com/~Albiecat/
Leading Zulu historian and author Ian Knight's site is at www.ianknightzulu.com.
A new website dedicated to the historical art of the Zulu War can be found at www.zuluwar.com.
A three day programme based in Brecon dealing with the events of the Zulu War can be found at www.merlynswales.co.uk.
The Victorian Military Society is an international society whose principal aim is to encourage and foster the study of military aspects of the Victorian era. The dates of study are 1837 to 1914, to include the period between the end of Queen Victoria's reign and the beginning of World War I. See www.vms.org.uk/fpage.html
Military Archive Research at www.militaryarchiveresearch.com specialises in undertaking research into (mainly) British military history at a number of archive facilities.