Thanks for that link Springbok, a very interesting read, straight from the horse's mouth so to speak.
I know it is Chelmsford's viewpoint only, but it reinforces two of my ever firmer opinions.
1. Chelmsford was complacent and under-estimated the Zulus.
2. Pulleine, as an infantry officer, should have organised the tactical defence of the camp more effectively.
It was Pulleine's fault that the camp was lost. I know he only had few hours to organise things, but hey.
Compare the defensive efforts of the Engineer, Lieutenant Chard at RD at short notice, with that of the Infanteer, Lt Col Pulleine at the camp. Stark!