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PostSubject: Armitage transcription?   Armitage transcription? EmptySun Feb 04, 2018 6:24 am

Hi,

Has Lt Armitage's letter (about the burial detail at Isandlwana) ever been transcribed?

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Bonjour,
The letter is in a private collection and unavailable for transcription.
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PostSubject: Re: Armitage transcription?   Armitage transcription? EmptySun Feb 04, 2018 9:52 am

Hi

Thanks a lot, I heard that it was in the museum (at Brecon) a few years ago but hoped it had been 'released'.

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Simon,
Effectively the letter was a few years ago in the Brecon Muséum. I tried to get a copy of it (or a transcript) without success. Some extracts of the letter have been published in the newspapers.
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