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The Death of Lt. Frith, 17th Lancers.
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It's noted that colonel Burnaby used a shotgun during the mahdist war, are there any Instances of any one using a shotgun during the zulu war?
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I think I might've come across a statement mentioning Shotgun's during the war ? . The problem being as they are really only a close proximity type of weapon , if you had to resort to using one , there is an excellent chance you wouldnt have survived to place it's use on the public record ! scratch scratch
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Hiya Gary, ' Fred ' was severely condemned for using the shotgun, as though
it was unsportmans like and ungentlemanly, as a direct result he did not use 
it at Abu Klea, and was outside the broken square when he died..     xhosa
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I do remember reading that several officers called it "bad form" using a shotgun at EL Teb, it wouldn't surprise me though if there was some eccentric who did us one during the zulu war.
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Some really good images of burnaby:) what date was the shotgun in the photo manufactured ?
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An unpublished image of Burnaby, I believe:
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Cracking pic..shades of his adventures to Khiva
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Ciroferrara, not sure without checking, believe he
borrowed it off Caffin RN.                     xhosa
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I've also found a reference to a Royal Navy Leiutenant Piggott using a shotgun at Abu Klea.
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Excellent Pics Very Happy .
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Hi All,
I have just joined the group and would like to know if anyone can help me, am looking for a photograph of Christian Schiess (3rd Natal Native Contingent) VC winner of Rorke's Drift?
I have searched the inter-net high and low but no luck. Can anyone help?
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Kopite. Welcome to the forum. Click on link below

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Sadly, Kopite the answer is no!.there is no
authenticated photograph in existence...
and that is such a shame!. what a brave man
to be so shabbily treated in later life. xhosa
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xhosa2000 wrote:
Sadly, Kopite the answer is no!.there is no
authenticated photograph in existence...

and that is such a shame!. what a brave man
to be so shabbily treated in later life.  xhosa

Possibly not the case. Just hasn't been found yet!
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24th wrote:
xhosa2000 wrote:
Sadly, Kopite the answer is no!.there is no
authenticated photograph in existence...

and that is such a shame!. what a brave man
to be so shabbily treated in later life.  xhosa

Possibly not the case. Just hasn't been found yet!

Thanks 24th and Xhosa for the reply, sure one will be found sooner than later. Kopite
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Kopite wrote:
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Sadly, Kopite the answer is no!.there is no
authenticated photograph in existence...

and that is such a shame!. what a brave man
to be so shabbily treated in later life.  xhosa

Possibly not the case. Just hasn't been found yet!

Thanks 24th and Xhosa for the reply, sure one will be found sooner than later. Kopite

There are at least two mistaken photographies of him on the net.
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