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Hi all
I came across this one on eBay. Never seen or heard of it before. Anyone know anything about it?
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Ciroferrara,

I would recommend Robert Hope’s book. There are two editions of the work, the second edition is the expanded version.

A very in-depth study of the 80th (Staffordshire Volunteers) Regiment during its service in South Africa.

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Hi Ciro
I have both editions and agree with what John has posted , it's well worth having you'll be surprised as to what's in it .
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That's really interesting to hear. What are the illustrations like? Anything unusual?
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Hi Ciro
I'm not sure as I've got 100's of books , Papers & Journals etc on the AZW , so I can't really tell you what's unusual or not , I suppose it depends on the volume of items you have , or have seen ? . I'm away for the weekend so I can't have a browse .
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PostSubject: Re: A Staffordshire Regiment in the Zulu and Zekukuni Campaigns   A Staffordshire Regiment in the Zulu and Zekukuni Campaigns EmptySun Jun 12, 2022 12:45 am

Most of the illustrations you will already find in various other AZW publications, a fair number from the Illustrated London News and other papers of the time. Some portraits of the notable men of the 80th Regt. and a number of photographs of the battlefields/monuments.

There are illustrations on 90+ pages so you get a fair few. As said above. highly recommended.

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PostSubject: Re: A Staffordshire Regiment in the Zulu and Zekukuni Campaigns   A Staffordshire Regiment in the Zulu and Zekukuni Campaigns EmptySun Jun 12, 2022 4:04 pm

A lot of Hope's research on 80th soldiers who appear on the ZW Memorial Gates at Lichfield Cathedral is incorrect.  If you look at Paul Bryant Quinn's essay in vol. III of my Studies in the Zulu War you will find these corrected in the footnotes.  I carried out this research for Paul and allowed him to use it.
In addition Robert published my incomplete research on the IMI in this book. Much is incorrectly copied. I shall be publishing the complete research in a subsequent edition of Studies in the Zulu War. It will be co-authored with a forum member.
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Its a good book Cirroferrara. With the sheer amount of information there will be the odd mistake but then everyone who writes about this campaign makes them so I wouldn't let Julian's comments put you off.
I think Robert has done a smashing job. If we didn't buy books because there were mistakes in them our bookshelves would be empty.
Try and get the bigger second edition ISBN 1-904546-08-0 if you can.
There are some lovely photographs and if your AZW library is limited you may not have seen many of them.
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