|Date||Messages (page 30 of 50)|
|3rd February 2003||robert hurst|
greetings from across the pond. your site is both great and teriffic, full of historical info and most interesting to read. my deepest respect to those who served in the anglo/zulu wars, especially those of the 24th. keep up the good work
|3rd February 2003||Brian Hopwood|
As good as it gets... every question answered in the ONE site.
Thanks to those involved
|2nd February 2003||andy|
Great site Thankyou for making us remember and telling it with such pride
|1st February 2003||Geoff|
Anita, thanks, I'll try to remember that !
|31st January 2003||Jock & carol Mohawks|
Great site , probably the best ive been on regards Zulu e t c .
I love the film , and im sure its the best war epic ever made , id love to visit Rourkes drift
someday, but alas id have to win the lottery first ( boo hoo) .
can anyone help with a region 2 copy on DVD of Zulu Dawn ? very hard to find this these days .
all the best
|29th January 2003||Brenda|
Hello Alan, I hope you are O.K. I was very sorry to hear about Les. I feel less imortal now. Let's love all the people who matter to us while we can. Take care of yourself....love from Brenda xx
|29th January 2003||m.norris|
first saw the film as a kid that impressed i proceeded to bayonet my brothers foot with a garden fork ouch
|29th January 2003||Walter M. Bohn|
glad i found this site, enjoyed it very much. my 10 year old son watches the movie a lot thanks for the info
|27th January 2003||Ian &Mick|
does anyone have any info about Robert Cole,born Chatham married Birmingham as we are in Chatham area and would like to research this man further and pass on info about this survivor of Rorke,s Drift.The area is fast changing and we are taking photo's of the district that would have been known to the men of the 24th Foot when in Chatham.
|26th January 2003||amanda davies|
What a fantastic site everything you wanted to know about the people in the film actually brought to life. These men are THE TRUE HERO'S who i admire and should never be forgotten!!!!!. God Bless them all.
|26th January 2003||Richard Hollis|
Found this wonderful site and could'nt be more pleased. Live in the US where the interest in the Zulu War is minimal to say the least. I've found a new home.
|26th January 2003||Phil Blow|
At this point I'm watching the UK History account of the Zulu war. So came to the computer and found your site. It's just my luck that your proposed tour returns as my leave commences!
Have a good one
|22nd January 2003||DANIEL HALL|
HI THERE, FORGOT TO LEAVE MY CORRECT E-MAIL ADDRESS. DANIEL HALL -- [email protected]
|20th January 2003||DANIEL HALL|
THE MOVIE, ZULU IS THE GREATEST FILM OFALL TIME AND I WATCH IT OFTEN. I LIVED THERE FOR SOME TIME AMD MARRIED. MY CHILDRENS GREAT ---------GREAT--------- GREAT --GRAND FATHER WAS JIM RORKE.
|19th January 2003||Tracy van Rooyen|
Hi, I had a great nephew in that battle - Lt Gonville Bromehead, I am trying to draw up a family tree, if any one can help me please email me. I would greatly appreciate it. My grandfathers name was also Gonville Bromhead he lived in SA - Durban, my cousin now carries the family name, Gonville Bromhead in SA - Pietermaritzburg. As was my mother a Bromhead.
If any one could get back to me - thanks.
|18th January 2003||Oskar (aged 6)|
In Zulu spear is Equa also in Zulu Knobkerrie is Ewisa, I loved the film Zulu
|18th January 2003||James Bourne|
I was "bourne" with the name Bourne so im thinking and hoping that im related to this hero.
Cheers chaps and lasses!
oh dear! I almost forgot to add that this is a wonderful site with such nice people that answer questions while not being smart aleck about it. Can't leave that out!!!! :)
|17th January 2003||Anita|
Not too many ladies present, but may I add my words to the many who appreciate this wonderful site. Thank you for the brilliant presentation, and for all the interesting and comprehensive information - a truly fascination history lesson.
And Geoff, no one can stop you being proud of being British.........
|16th January 2003||Richard|
Fantastic and informative site. I have been interested in the British campaigns in South Africa since watching 'Zulu' when a young lad (like many people interesed in the subject I guess). I will keep checking the site for updates.
|14th January 2003||Mark Rallison|
Hello - Great site
I was trying to find out anything regarding Thomas Driscoll a private in B coy. In the last years of his life he lodged with some of my wifes family in Wales. Any information would be of great value.
|12th January 2003||TIM MAXFIELD|
Hi great site .
found very intresting, when i was i was a young lad i was told i was related to sgt Robert Maxfield.
any info would be intrested.
|11th January 2003||DANIEL J GREW|
Brilliant site, well done to all those invloved. I shall be visiting the site a lot.
|8th January 2003||MICHAEL P.V. HAMILL, SR.|
I THANK YOU SO VERY MUCH ON THIS VITAL WEBSITE. I WAS SADDENED TO LEARN ABOUT THE SHORT LIVED CAREERS OF LT. JOHN R.M. CHARD, RE AND LT. GONVILLE BROMHEAD BUT I WANT COLOR SARGENT BOURNE GIVING HIS IN DEPTH ANAYLSIS OF THE BATTLE OF ROARKES DRIFT. THANK YOU.
|5th January 2003||Keith Holmes|
Hi everyone, what a great site!!!! I live in Johannesburg South Africa and have been interested in the Zulu War and the Second Boer war for many years and have read many books on this subject. The film i have seen around ten times and i never tire from watching it. I have had the pleasure to visit Rorke's Drift and Isandhlwana and it was a very moving expereince and it makes your hair on the back of your neck stand up. What brave men those soldiers and Zulu warriors must have been. Another battle site that makes you shivver when you visit is Spion Kop (Boer War) Keep up the good work your site is the best. We will always remember. Happy New Year one and all
|4th January 2003||Paul Derbyshire|
I think I must have first seen the film "Zulu in 1970 when I was 5 yrs old. It made quite an impression on me. In 1994 I found myself working in a South African casino about 4 hours from Rorkes Drift. I have visited the site and it is quite an experience. I have read extensively about the Anglo-Zulu wars, and it's all down to being inspired by the film all those years ago.
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