Film Zulu: Colour Sergeant Bourne: It's a miracle. Lieutenant John Chard: If it's a miracle, Colour Sergeant, it's a short chamber Boxer Henry point 45 caliber miracle. Colour Sergeant Bourne: And a bayonet, sir, with some guts behind it.
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William Henry Stopiord Heron-Maxwell's account from SA
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Subject: William Henry Stopiord Heron-Maxwell's account from SA Thu Jul 21, 2022 9:21 am
William's account of being in SA (twice). It makes interesting reading especially the story about 'his poor little pal' a little parraquet (which I thought very humerous) Seems he had a link to the IMI during the first Transvaal rebellion if this is any use Julian.