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A collection of 120 Zulu artefacts from the battle that inspired the Michael Caine film has emerged for sale for £50,000.

It includes shields and weapons used at Rorke's Drift, where a l40-strong British garrison defied all odds to defend the mission station successfully from 4,000 Zulu warriors in 1879.

Michael Woodfield, a former council worker, was inspired to begin the collection after being taken to see the film Zulu, which was released in 1964, as a young boy.
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