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PostSubject: John Laband's Battle Of Ulundi    Sun Nov 16, 2014 12:47 pm

For those who may be interested is an excellent book on the Battle of Ulundi , which as I mentioned in the '' Publications '' thread of the Forum is inexpensive , it can be expensive when tracked down ! v

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PostSubject: Re: John Laband's Battle Of Ulundi    Sun Nov 16, 2014 3:37 pm

There are 9 currently on abebooks prices ranging from a
tenner to 30 quid, one signed by the author, as usual the
ones listed in rsa and the states are always dearer..and
the states has just gone stupider where the goods are 
regularly cheaper than the shipping..i mean, what mug
would pay more for postage than the book? Hmmm, that
would be me, and more than once.. No
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PostSubject: John Labands Battle Of Ulundi   Sun Nov 16, 2014 11:00 pm

Hi xHosa
Yes I've often paid for books where the postage is dearer than the book , but it works out still a great deal ! . I did it back in August , I purchased ' Zulu Vanquished ' for about 3 or 4 quid ! , postage was 5 quid ! . Still a cheap buy , all up for me $ 18 , and it's brand new , hard cover ! . Would cost me $ 70 at least I'd suggest from a shop here in Australia , military history books are very expensive in Australia , thankfully the on-line shops are much less expensive ! No You need to study mo
Cheers 90th Very Happy
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