Zulu Dawn:Corporal Storey : [to the soldier next to him, referring to the ammunition] Soft 'eaded buggers these. Flatten out against the bone. Smash 'em out. Storey's mate: But bullets run out... and those bloody spears don 't.
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Hi OH2. Yes it does ! , well picked up I never noticed him ! cheers 90th.
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Subject: Re: General Wood. Buck-Hunt on the march. Wed Apr 27, 2011 9:15 pm
So doe's this mean there were young drummers boys on service during the Zulu War. ( Isandlwana were young men) But this chap looks fairly young. But he must have been there to be in the image. Well picked up OldH.
Subject: Re: General Wood. Buck-Hunt on the march.