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PostSubject: Two months of lost for the zulus ...   Sun 31 Mar 2013 - 7:38

Hi all

Two months of lost ...

Between the 23 January 1879 and the 28 March 1879, the Royal Zulu Army is engaged in no major military operations against the British ???

While a portion of Zululand was occupied by the British !!!

What happened??? What were the intentions of the Zulu King ???

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PostSubject: Re: Two months of lost for the zulus ...   Mon 1 Apr 2013 - 7:17

Hi Pascal

The Zulu nation had an assegai stuck in the stomach. the zulu king was desperate ...

No hope to win a war like this for him !

But it is true that in two months they could do things ...

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PostSubject: Re: Two months of lost for the zulus ...   Mon 1 Apr 2013 - 7:38

The Zulu king really didn't want to fight. They also knew that reinforcements were coming. John Dunn I believed advised the king to push the English into the sea. Perhaps the king was somewhat wiser than Dunn. It was a war the Zulu's could not win!,
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PostSubject: Re: Two months of lost for the zulus ...   Mon 1 Apr 2013 - 8:28

Really, dunn advised this, at the Zulu king ??? ...

Anyway, it is better to die standing than live on your knees, alongside white men !!!

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PostSubject: Re: Two months of lost for the zulus ...   Mon 1 Apr 2013 - 8:57

Warrior

You're crazy :p;:

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