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PostSubject: In a new light ...    In a new light ... EmptyMon 14 Jan 2013 - 15:18

Hi all

Are there Zulu on this forum, just to see the history of the war from a new angle ...

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So what, there's that nasty white colonialists on this forum ?
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<<<<<<<<<<<<<<<<<< Nasty white colonist.
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Explain to me if our contemporaries Zulus at least aware of the existence of this forum scratch
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PostSubject: In a new light     In a new light ... EmptyTue 15 Jan 2013 - 10:42

Hi Rascal .
We just dont know if the zulu are aware of the forum's existance ? . Much the same as the British didnt know of the zulu existance or whereabouts on the 22nd Jan 1879 ! Very Happy I've never heard of one being on here before , actually there was a post a couple of years back where someone with a zulu sounding name posted on here something that wasnt very complimentary , and that was his only post !. He obviously thought we wouldnt be very friendly to him ! . Very Happy
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Hi Skippy

It would be great to find the post of the Zulu ...

In a TV program that can be found in French language on the internet, with IK and David Saul and the current king of the Zulus, it regrets that the British think only RD, while at all levels, Isandhlwana is the most important for him...
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Much the same as the British Did not know of the existence or whereabouts zulu on the 22nd January 1879!

This really seems incredible that the British have never heard of this particular war if ... scratch
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