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PostSubject: Help was needed Re NNC Photograph ?    Tue Feb 23, 2016 10:13 pm

Hi All
I think someone posted a photo or Photo's of the NNC , in which there were many of them holding M.H's , if I remember someone wanted to know who they were ? , I think the same photograph is on page 71 of ' Uniforms & Weapons Of The Zulu War ' by Christopher Wilkinson- Latham . I couldn't find the posted photo to check .
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PostSubject: Re: Help was needed Re NNC Photograph ?    Wed Feb 24, 2016 8:10 am

90th,

Just for your information some of Wilkinson-Latham's captions are off the mark especially on that page.

For example the top photograph are not N.N.C., but are actually the White Rock Border Guard.

I have a copy of the lower photograph was is annotated 'John Dunn's Men'.

I also have photograph on page 70, but it does not indicate the regiment of N.N.C.  However, I'll examine tonight after work as I may have spotted something.

I will notify my SAPS friends when you are due to visit the Local History Museum on Frank's advice... Joker

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