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PostSubject: Considered brave ...?   Considered brave ...? EmptySat Jan 26, 2013 6:01 am

HI all

Why Durnford is considered brave Because it is dead ?

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So those who survived are considered what ? Because they are not dead ... Very Happy Very Happy Very Happy
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There are whites who could testify to the bravery of Durnfords at Isandhlwana?
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