Film Zulu Dawn:General Lord Chelmsford: For a savage, as for a child, chastisement is sometimes a kindness. Sir Henry Bartle Frere: Let us hope, General, that this will be the final solution to the Zulu problem.
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1985 Gunner G. Cooper
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|Subject: 1985 Gunner G. Cooper Fri Jan 24, 2014 8:57 pm|| |
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South Africa 1877-1879 Medal.
Named to - 1985. Gunr. G Cooper 7th Bde R.A.
1985 Gunner G. Cooper served in No. 10 (Gatling Field) Battery, 7th Brigade Royal Artillery.
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|Subject: 1985 Gunner G.Cooper Fri Jan 24, 2014 9:32 pm|| |
On the Forsyth Roll , entitled to the Medal with Clasp 1879 . Having trouble with my pc , didnt realise you had posted a picture of the medal Littlehand .
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|Subject: Re: 1985 Gunner G. Cooper Fri Jan 24, 2014 11:05 pm|| |
"During the Anglo-Zulu War the 10/7 R.A., served with Evelyn Wood's Flying Column. The battery was armed with 2 7-pounder guns but converted over to Gatling Guns before going into the field with the second invasion and were the first Gatling armed battery in the British Army."
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|Subject: Re: 1985 Gunner G. Cooper Sat Jan 25, 2014 8:52 pm|| |
Is the medal for sale, and do you know anything about Cooper ?
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|Subject: Re: 1985 Gunner G. Cooper Sat Jan 25, 2014 9:03 pm|| |
Lionhead.. Not sure. Heres a link!
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|Subject: Re: 1985 Gunner G. Cooper Sat Jan 25, 2014 10:08 pm|| |
So good we done it twice!
1985 Gunner G. Cooper