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PostSubject: Ian Knight's Blog Site    Wed Mar 09, 2016 11:14 pm

Hi All
I was getting a little excited reading this summary !

http://www.ianknightzulu.com/isandlwana-walking-footsteps-history



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PostSubject: Re: Ian Knight's Blog Site    Wed Mar 09, 2016 11:21 pm

Bonjour Gary,
IK wrote: "And, thanks to the passion of one member of the group, we spent a lot of time pondering the fate of the rocket battery, following their tracks from iSandlwana and comparing the various accounts of their demise. Did we find the elusive spot where they were over-run? Well, we certainly did to our own satisfaction, a small patch on the eastern slopes of the iNyoni ridge which fits the tantalising clues left by the survivors like nowhere else. It’s an area that has been compromised over the years by a nearby roadway and by cultivation, but even so perhaps one day another archaeological survey will find some traces of what went on there, and prove us right – or wrong."

Do you have more information?
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PostSubject: Ian Knight's Blog Site    Wed Mar 09, 2016 11:34 pm

For those of you looking at the photo's , the second last one was taken at Ft Pine , not Ft Bengough as captioned .
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PostSubject: Ian Knight's Blog Site    Thu Mar 10, 2016 1:05 am

Hi Frederic
We dont have any '' information '' per se , Frank will no doubt understand , it's all due to witness statements and lay of the land , I dont think I should elaborate at this stage . We will no doubt go over it with a fine tooth comb in April - May given the chance agree
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PostSubject: Re: Ian Knight's Blog Site    Thu Mar 10, 2016 4:29 pm

Ok Gary. Wink
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