|Date||Messages (page 44 of 50)|
|2nd September 2001||P RUSSELL|
GREAT SITE VERY INFORMATIVE AND WELL ILLUSTRATED,
|31st August 2001||Chris Timmers|
Well done doesn't begin to describe your excellent site. Men like you keep heroes alive...
|29th August 2001||Timothy Chard|
A wonderful, informative site capturing the full history surrounding the events at Rorkes Drift. It;s wonderful to learn that the family name and event is carried forward for future generations to learn about.
|28th August 2001||James Chard|
Excellent site, the work that has gone into creating it is by far the best I've seen yet and honors those it is devoted to. Well done!
|24th August 2001||Paul Hickson|
Just returned from Isandlwana and Rorkes Drift, Took my wife, 16 year old daughter and 11 year son who were captivated by the accounts we heard.A trip of a lifetime.
This is a fantastic site which i have bookmarked
|23rd August 2001||Les Eller|
A great tribute to brave men, the like of which we will never see again.....
|21st August 2001||Chris Hurrell|
Great website. As a proud Brit and Brit army fan its great to see the pride of Britain remembered in this website and the film.
|21st August 2001||Alan Critchley|
totally with you. There's nothing better than mates.
|20th August 2001||Ted Ganley|
here's to the men who stood shoulder to shoulder, for the pride of there country and are still remembered
|17th August 2001||Alan J. Gonzales|
|16th August 2001||[email protected]|
An excellent site. Have been an avid student of the Anglo-Zulu war for years. A tremendous font of information, and ease in navigation.
|12th August 2001||Bernard Wilson|
I sent the words to "Men of Harlech" and they are now on the website. I got them from the Royal Regiment of Wales museum. But, after listening to the 120th anniversary recording by the RRW, it sounds like the words do not match. I have corrected them and will send them in to the Webmaster for consideration and will also let the RRW museum know.
|12th August 2001||Bob McKinney|
Exemplary site. Much effort expended towards accuracy and information. Well done.
|11th August 2001||Stephen McDonald|
I've researched extensively on the Zulu War & have drifted through many web sites. This site is by far the best. The Discussion Forum on this site is excellent as many of the contributors definitley know about the Zulu War.
Keep up the good work!
|9th August 2001||Bob Black|
A site I "stumbled over" Full of interest to me
Rorkes drift is without doubt the most famous "battle" in Victorian military history and this site goes a long way in educating people as to the truth which is a bit different to the film Zulu (my favourite film of all time) Many thanks.
|6th August 2001||Raymond Louison|
Great Site,Iam very interested in the British and Zulu,campaigns.
|5th August 2001||Rafael de Waldburg|
Probably the very best website about military history I have ever seen. Excellent presentation, great historic work. Very good links. Highest dignity to the memory of the heroes of Rorke´s Drift. Congratulations.
|5th August 2001||ron lock|
Enjoyed our chat last night.Keep in contact !
|2nd August 2001||Maj K Steel RLC|
Great site, well done. I have learnt much more today than I would have thought possible. What heroes they ALL were, even those without the medals to prove it.
|31st July 2001||Robert Maxwell|
some very interesting material
|27th July 2001||Alan Critchley|
Colour Sergeant Bourne did receive the Distinguished Conduct Medal for his actions at Rorke's Drift. It has been suggested that he refused the VC in order to eventually obtain promotion. He initially was unable to afford the necessary costs of becoming an officer. He eventually achieved the rank of Lt. Colonel. We were pleased to attend the unveiling of a plaque on his last home in London. Before the ceremony, we visited his grave in Beckenham.
|27th July 2001||Douglas Cathel|
I highly recommend a book entitled- "The Washing of the Spears" for solid Zulu-British wars history. PBS just did a special presentation re Isandhlwana- on "Secrets of the Dead" and what were the precise causes-aside from sheer numbers-of the British defeat there. It will, I'm sure, air again- and I urge all to watch it carefully. There was, of course, rampant heroism that day for certain.
|26th July 2001||CSM(Ret) Charles J. "Jerry" "Blackeagle" Butts|
I love to hear more about the courage of the men at Rorkesdrift...what happened to the "Colors" Sergeant Major named Bourne or Borne...why didn't he receive an ward or was he just overlooked?
|25th July 2001||Burwell S. Carpenter III|
Wonderful site ! Very well done
and imformative. I hope to visit
Rorkes Drift with my son in the
not too distant future. What a
thrill it will be to pay tribute
to these brave "Men of Harlech"
|25th July 2001||A.H. BAIR III|
VERY INFORMATIVE SITE. THE MOTION PICTURE "ZULU" IS VERY WELL MADE, BUT IT'S GOOD TO SEE THE REAL STORY OF RORKES DRIFT. IT IS VRY MUCH THE EQUIVILENT OF THE AMERICAN STORY OF "THE ALAMO" IN TEXAS.
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