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8th December 2002What did the Prince Imperial wear please?
Started by Glenn Wade
Hi! I've recently purchsed a model of the Prince Imperial but am not too sure about what the colours of his uniform were. Could anyone please enlighte... (click to view)
Latest Post: 10th December 2002
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8th December 2002Two Archibald Berkeley Milnes?
Started by Edward Garcia
Was Chelmsford’s Naval ADC Archibald Berkeley Milne the same person as the Vice-Admiral Milne who led the unsuccessful Mediterranean pursuit of the Ge... (click to view)
Latest Post: 11th December 2002
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8th December 2002Two Archibald Berkeley Milnes?
Started by Edward Garcia
Was Chelmsford’s Naval ADC Archibald Berkeley Milne the same person as the Vice-Admiral Milne who led the unsuccessful Mediterranean pursuit of the Ge... (click to view)
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7th December 2002What time is it?
Started by Keith Smith
May I start another hare? I have long been fascinated by the discrepancies in times reported by people for the same event: the arrival of Durnfor... (click to view)
Latest Post: 22nd December 2002
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7th December 2002Donald R. Morris dead at 78
Started by John
http://www.chron.com/cs/CDA/story.hts/deaths/1692943... (click to view)
Latest Post: 9th December 2002
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7th December 2002Donald R. Morris dead at 78
Started by John
http://www.chron.com/cs/CDA/story.hts/deaths/1692943... (click to view)
Latest Post: 9th December 2002
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7th December 2002Alphonse de Neuville's R/Drift painting
Started by Peter Ewart
On p48 (note18) of David Jackson's "Hill of the Sphinx" and pp136 & 138 of Ian Knight's "Nothing Remains but to Fight" the ass... (click to view)
Latest Post: 10th December 2002
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6th December 2002MASON VC's
Started by Andy Lee
Teignmouth Melvill VC St John and St Paul Lodge number 349 Melita Conclave of Knights Templar number 37 Royal Arch Mason. Valetta Malta Ne... (click to view)
Latest Post: 7th December 2002
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5th December 2002John Young
Started by P.HARMAN
John. Your book has been an inspiration to those of us that have read it and to those interested in this fascinating subject. It is simply nothing el... (click to view)
Latest Post: 8th December 2002
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5th December 2002Two lads presumably little drummer boys of the 24th Regiment
Started by PETER HARMAN
I read in the book by Ian Knight (ZULU) Chapter Nine (The Butcher's Bill) That trooper Sam Jones of the N.M.R. saw the two bodies of these two drummer... (click to view)
Latest Post: 11th December 2002
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5th December 2002Lord Chelmsford
Started by PETER HARMAN
Was Lord Chelmsford full of remorse over the great loss at ISANDHLWANA. or was he just worried about his reputation with the public back in England. D... (click to view)
Latest Post: 6th December 2002
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5th December 2002Does anyone have any Information on J. Harman died at Isandhlwana.
Started by PETER HARMAN
How would I go about finding information on J. HARMAN. in the book they FELL LIKE STONES by J.Young (Is this the John Young) who gave me the excellent... (click to view)
Latest Post: 11th December 2002
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5th December 2002I have many questions to ask.Any many of my own theories.Which I would like to put to all of you on
Started by PETER HARMAN
Hello Everyone. Has you may be aware I am New to this Web Site.Thank you for the responce to my Questions and maybe not so clever theories.However I ... (click to view)
Latest Post: 8th December 2002
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5th December 2002Did the men with Younghusband at Isandhlwana use Pocket Knifes.
Started by PETER HARMAN
I once read that the men under Younghusband used thier pocket knifes to defend themselfs During their last stand.I think it was a zulu That made this ... (click to view)
Latest Post: 8th May 2005
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5th December 2002Book's Monuments of courage by David Harvey
Started by Clive Dickens
I hope our web master Peter does not mind my plugging these two books in the Discussion Forum, but they where mentioned a few days ago on this site in... (click to view)
Latest Post: 6th December 2002
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5th December 2002Dix Noonan Webb auction, 4th Dec. 2002
Started by Lee Stevenson
Just wondering whether anyone had a chance to see Lot 574, a Collection of service papers of men of the 24th, (Rorke's Drift defenders) photocopied fr... (click to view)
Latest Post: 6th December 2002
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4th December 2002If the National Army Museum cannot get it right, why do we bother?
Started by John Young
I have just come across the advertisement for the National Army Museum's planned Zulu War weekend in February, 2002. This is what is written: 'Fin... (click to view)
Latest Post: 6th December 2002
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3rd December 2002Most experienced soldier present?
Started by John Young
Whilst searching for Dr. Greaves' details of the Zulu movements on the morning of 23rd January, 1879, in an effort to make a comment on Clive's earlie... (click to view)
Latest Post: 10th December 2002
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3rd December 2002Should they have been awarded the V.C.
Started by PETE HARMAN
I have no intention of causing offence. But did melvill and coghill deserve the V.C. Was it not General Wolseley who said these two officers belonge... (click to view)
Latest Post: 6th December 2002
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3rd December 2002Safety in Numbers
Started by PETE HARMAN
Lets be reasonable? would we really have stood a chance at ISANDHLWANA even with the superior fire power. I would think a british force of to day wou... (click to view)
Latest Post: 15th December 2002
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