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The Journals Index
- Journal 4 25/11/1998
Lt.Col. Durnford RE and the Isandlwana Court of Enquiry
Colonel Richard Thomas Glyn
Captain Stephensons Detachment…. Left us…
The Battle of Inyezane
Interview with author Ian Knight
The Siege and Relief of Eshowe. 1879
Colour Sergeant Frank Bourne
The Account by Lieutenant-Colonel F. Bourne OBE, D.C.M.
Great Zulu Battles, 1838-1906 by Ian Knight
The Falling Tree The Second Invasion of Zululand
Popular Entertainment and the Zulu War
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