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PostSubject: Is there an Isandlwana national memorial?   Mon Dec 24, 2012 12:21 pm

Hi guys,

some of us may be familiar with the memorial to the 66th foot in Reading after their second Afghan campaign and in particular the disaster at maiwand where around 300 were killed.

This got me thinking if there was a memorialin this vountry to the 24th and the casualties at isandlwana. I don't recall anyone talking about one

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PostSubject: Memorial   Mon Dec 24, 2012 3:35 pm

Hello Simon.

There is a book called "But Burdens Shouldered" by Tim Day.

It was published in1995, the forward is by Ian Knight. It lists the graves and memorials in the UK in regards to the AZW.

Merry Christmas
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PostSubject: Re: Is there an Isandlwana national memorial?   Mon Dec 24, 2012 3:56 pm

Hi All
Merry Christmas to one and all,
Isandlwana Memorials
24th - Brecon Cathedral and on the Battlefield
N/5 R Artillery - woolwich Common and on the Battlefield
Zulu War memorial Pietermaritzberg lists Isandhlwana
Natal Carbineers on the Battlefield
Natal Mtd Police St Peters Cathedral PMBerg
There are many individual memorials that state being killed at Isandhlwana many are listed in the grave section of this website,
also many schools have memorials to individuals,
Eton, Harrow, Haileybury
Also certain military/Garrison Churches
Sandhurst, Shorncliffe.

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PostSubject: Re: Is there an Isandlwana national memorial?   Mon Dec 24, 2012 4:08 pm

Happy Christmas to you Rai, Merry Christmas good to see you back!!
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PostSubject: Memorial   Mon Dec 24, 2012 7:34 pm

Hello rai.

Where have you been hiding? ha ha.

Have a good Christmas and a Happy New Year.

Merry Christmas
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