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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Posts : 2558 Join date : 2009-04-06 Age : 60 Location : UK
Subject: Entertainment for the Troops Sat Nov 21, 2009 8:46 pm
I was hoping to find out what the troops did to entertain themselves during the Zulu War, when out in the field. It the film Zulu Dawn there were some soldiers playing cards but what other types of games would have been available in 1879.
Posts : 36 Join date : 2009-09-29
Subject: Re: Entertainment for the Troops Mon Nov 23, 2009 6:25 am