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PostSubject: wagons at the Isandlwana camp   Sun Apr 12, 2015 7:18 pm



can anyone help me ? would American civil war Rucker Ambulance wagon be used during the Zulu war ? Any help would be appreciated

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PostSubject: Re: wagons at the Isandlwana camp   Sun Apr 12, 2015 8:54 pm

Mark,

The Ambulance Wagon that was used in the Anglo-Zulu War was a variation on the General Service Wagon.  There's a plan for one in Ian Bennett's Eyewitness in Zululand.  I did have a photograph of one but it is no longer in my collection.

Here's Melton Prior's sketch of the ambulance at Isandlwana:

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PostSubject: Re: wagons at the Isandlwana camp   Sun Apr 12, 2015 10:59 pm

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