✽ They Fell Like Stones: Battles and Casualties of the Zulu War, 1879 kindle Epub ❁ Author John Young – Publitags.co

Ah Those Red Soldiers At Isandlwana, How Few They Were, And How They Fought They Fell Like Stones Each Man In His Place, Exclaimed A Zulu Warrior After The Battle The Anglo Zulu War Of Has Never Ceased To Hold The Attention Of Military Enthusiast And Layman Alike In This Detailed Work Of Reference, John Young Presents Not Only An Authoritative Survey Of The War, From Its Causes To Its Conclusion, But After Years Of Painstaking Research Presents Complete Details Of The Composition Of The British Forces For Each Major Engagement Together With Full Casualty Lists Of Killed And Wounded On The British Side, Both Officers And Men, And Provides Estimates Of The Zulu Casualties The Author Also Includes Citations For Honours Awarded The Stark Casualty Lists, Side By Side With The Dramatic Narrative Of What Happened At Isandlwana And Rorke S Drift Through To The Capture Of King Cetshwayo, Make For A Vivid And Telling Reconstruction Of This Ever Fascinating Campaign, With Its Tragedies And Its Triumphs, And Its Speedy Reversals Of Fortune Copiously Illustrated With Numerous Pictures Of The People Involved, And Providing Definitive Military Statistics, They Fell Like Stones Is Indispensable For Students Of Victorian Military History


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