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PostSubject: The Plain from the camp   The Plain from the camp EmptyThu Aug 08, 2013 4:45 pm

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Thought this may be of interest.
On the left is iThusi leading up onto the plateau Just to the left of that is 'the notch' where tha Rocket Battery perished. On the extreme right is the Malakatha Hills where Maori Brown patrolled with the NNC, to the left and more distant is Hlazakazi. On the left where it drops sharply is where Dartnell camped. Just to the left from there is Mdutshane and the ridge that the Officers stood on to listen to the firing from the camp.
In the far distance to the left is Silutshana and at its foot the area where Lt Browne had his skirmish on the 21st.

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