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 Metal Detecting ZAR - Anglo ZULU war 1879 (PART 2)

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PostSubject: Metal Detecting ZAR - Anglo ZULU war 1879 (PART 2)    Sun Jun 29, 2014 10:06 pm

Just posted a video on the home page. Does anyone know the location. In the video there appears to be a memorial in the distance, the guy who made the video, says there was once a British fort there. ?
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PostSubject: Re: Metal Detecting ZAR - Anglo ZULU war 1879 (PART 2)    Mon Jun 30, 2014 6:10 pm

Looks like Kambula ?
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PostSubject: Metal Detecting ZAR - AZW 1879   Tue Jul 01, 2014 7:36 am

Hi Admin
I've seen them before on here , I thought earlier in the year ? , I did think one was possibly Khambula , the hill one , but it also shows a hut , or some sort of building with Dishes on the roof from memory ? , I can tell you there is no such building anywhere near Khambula Hill or anywhere in that vicinity . So I have not much idea where it may be .
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