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PostSubject: Lt. Charles Raw   Sun Mar 04, 2012 10:03 pm

What happen to Lt. Charles Raw, after Isandlwana. Did he leave any reports of what he says took place while out on patrol 22nd January 1879. Does he confirm that they opened fire first.
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PostSubject: Lt Charles Raw .   Sun Mar 04, 2012 10:55 pm

Hi John .
Not sure what Raw did after Isandlwana , I have read it before but cant remember what he did . His account of Isandlwana is held in the National Archives ( WO 32 / 7713 / 079 / 1520 ) ( Formerly 33 / 34 page 271 ) . From Julian's Englands Son's .
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