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Has there ever been an England's Sons, Noble 24th or Silver Wreath type publication for Intombi or Hlobane?

It might be difficult with the latter because a majority of the soldiers were 'colonial' and the info may not be readily available
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I suggest you look at John Young's They Fell like Stones.
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Oh. I've got that book.

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I could also suggest you look at my Studies in the Zulu War vol. II re Intombi/Khambula.  The notes for the Anglo-Zulu War Memorial in Lichfield essay pp. 33-40 contain much biographical information on the men of the 80th Regt., including those missed by or incorrectly recorded in other works.


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Thank you,

I was going to pop into Whittington Barracks museum, next time I was in Lichfield (its only about 40 minutes away)

I'd got it into my head that TFLS was only about Isandlwana.
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No it covers the whole war.
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SRB1965 wrote:
Has there ever been an England's Sons, Noble 24th or Silver Wreath type publication for Intombi or Hlobane?

It might be difficult with the latter because a majority of the soldiers were 'colonial' and the info may not be readily available

Robert Hope published two excellent books:

The Zulu War and the 80th Regiment and Colours, Battle Honours and Medals of a Staffordshire Regiment.

The first will probably cover the details you seek for Myers Drift.

For Hlobane, perhaps speak to Cam Simpson as I know he is likely the man when it comes to irregulars records.
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SRB1965 wrote:
Has there ever been an England's Sons, Noble 24th or Silver Wreath type publication for Intombi or Hlobane?

It might be difficult with the latter because a majority of the soldiers were 'colonial' and the info may not be readily available

Terry Soles - For God, Queen and Colony is also well worth checking out matey.

A fair level of detail concerning all the colonial volunteers in there!

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Thanks a lot
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Yes Robert Hope's book is excellent for studies of the 80th at Intombi , the second edition is the better book it runs to 384 pages the 1st edition is only 192 . The Title you want is ' A Staffordshire Regiment In The Zulu & Sekunkuni Campaigns 1878-1879.
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Thanks a lot - it wasn't until I was searching through the forum, that I found I had asked the same question in 2017 and completely forgot about it
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