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PostSubject: Zulu War PowerPoint Presentation   Wed Mar 25, 2009 10:59 pm

I came across this PowerPoint presentation some time ago, Have a look see what you think. There are some very interesting pictures. There is one of the lay out of the British camp at Isandlwana which I had never seen until I found this document.

http://faculty.smu.edu/dwilson/ANTHCF3388/PPT_pdf/19_Zulu_War.pdf

Thanks Admin for your PM with regards to placing the presentation here.
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