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PostSubject: Ulundi and the invasion   Mon Jan 06, 2014 11:41 am

Fort Nolela on the hill overlooking the crossing point over the White Mfolosi used by Chelmsford during the final advance on Ulundi.


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Ulundi in the distance.


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A grave between Fort Nolela and the river, any thoughts on its occupants?

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The grave marker.

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The crossing point over the river was the promontory as the river bends around and then to the left of the cliff face.

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The site of the square.


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PostSubject: Ulundi and the Invasion    Mon Jan 06, 2014 12:09 pm

More wonderful photo's Springy , again well done Sir !  Salute 
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