Learning Zulu

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  • Author : Mark Sanders
  • Publisher : Princeton University Press
  • Pages : 208 pages
  • ISBN : 0691191468
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Learning Zulu

Learning Zulu
  • Author : Mark Sanders
  • Publisher : Princeton University Press
  • Release : 04 June 2019
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"Why are you learning Zulu?" When Mark Sanders began studying the language, he was often asked this question. In Learning Zulu, Sanders places his own endeavors within a wider context to uncover how, in the past 150 years of South African history, Zulu became a battleground for issues of property, possession, and deprivation. Sanders combines elements of analysis and memoir to explore a complex cultural history. Perceiving that colonial learners of Zulu saw themselves as repairing harm done to Africans by

Historical Dictionary of the Zulu Wars

Historical Dictionary of the Zulu Wars
  • Author : John Laband
  • Publisher : Scarecrow Press
  • Release : 18 May 2009
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Between 1838 and 1888 the recently formed Zulu kingdom in southeastern Africa was directly challenged by the incursion of Boer pioneers aggressively seeking new lands on which to set up their independent republics, by English-speaking traders and hunters establishing their neighboring colony, and by imperial Britain intervening in Zulu affairs to safeguard Britain's position as the paramount power in southern Africa. As a result, the Zulu fought to resist Boer invasion in 1838 and British invasion in 1879. The internal strains these wars caused

My Zulu Myself

My Zulu  Myself
  • Author : Joy Chambers
  • Publisher : Hachette UK
  • Release : 24 May 2012
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My Zulu, Myself is Joy Chambers' magnificent epic saga, set against the tumultuous background of Zululand and the Zulu war of 1879. The perfect read for fans of Margaret Leroy and Tamara McKinley. 'An epic saga and meticulously researched: this is an understatement' - Daily Telegraph, Sydney From the moment John Lockley saves the Zulu boy, Darlengi, from drowning, they almost believe they are true brothers; born on the same day, never knowing their mothers, they spend their formative years together

Zulu Terror

Zulu Terror
  • Author : Robin Binckes
  • Publisher : Pen and Sword
  • Release : 30 July 2019
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When the wagons of the Voortrekkers – the Boers, those hardy descendants of the Dutch – moved into the southern African interior in 1836, on the Great Trek, their epic journey to escape British control at the Cape, the wheels of their wagons crunched over carpets of skeletons of those slain in the Mfecane. The years 1815 to 1840 were probably the most devastating and violent period of South Africa’s turbulent history. The Mfecane (Zulu) or Difaqane (Sotho) was a result of many factors

British Infantryman vs Zulu Warrior

British Infantryman vs Zulu Warrior
  • Author : Ian Knight
  • Publisher : Bloomsbury Publishing
  • Release : 20 October 2013
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The short but savage Anglo-Zulu War of 1879 pitched well-equipped but complacent British soldiers into combat with the Zulu, one of history's finest fighting forces. The clashes between these two different armies prompted tactical innovation on both sides, as the British and their Zulu opponents sought to find the optimal combination of mobility, protection and firepower. This engrossing study traces the changing face of infantry combat in the Anglo-Zulu War. Three major engagements are detailed: the Zulu ambush at Nyezane, repulsed

Zulu War VCs

Zulu War VCs
  • Author : James W. Bancroft
  • Publisher : Casemate Publishers
  • Release : 30 April 2018
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The Anglo-Zulu War lasted only six months in 1879, but in that relatively short time twenty-three men were awarded the Victoria Cross for gallantry under most trying and dangerous circumstances. Zulu warriors gave no mercy and expected none in return, yet half of the awards were given to men who went back into the midst of fierce fighting to rescue stranded comrades, well-aware that they risked suffering a particularly brutal death.Two men received posthumous awards for their efforts to save

Shaka Zulu

Shaka Zulu
  • Author : Richard Spilsbury
  • Publisher : Raintree
  • Release : 14 August 2014
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What was life like as leader of the Zulu Kingdom in Africa? Why not let Shaka Zulu tell you about it? You'll read about his triumphant victories and agonizing defeats, as well as learning what day-to-day life was like for the Zulu people. A postscript explains how and what happened after he died.

Zulu Frontiersman

Zulu Frontiersman
  • Author : C. G. Dennison
  • Publisher : Casemate Publishers
  • Release : 30 October 2008
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It was said of George Dennison that he had seen more active service in southern Africa than any other living man. An eminent soldier cast from a colonial mould of bitter experience, rather than of a formal military education, he was also a frontiersman equal in standing to any legendary figure of the American West. His military career saw him rise from an uncouth trooper with the Bloemfontein Rangers to, fifty years later, a distinguished officer whose advice was sought

Zulu The Battle for Rorke s Drift 1879

Zulu  The Battle for Rorke s Drift 1879
  • Author : Edmund Yorke
  • Publisher : The History Press
  • Release : 01 July 2005
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Fought on the night of 22/23 January 1879 and immortalised in the film epic Zulu, Rorke's Drift represented one of the most glorious, if subsequently controversial episodes in British military history. For twelve desperate hours, outnumbered by over 25-1, barely 140 British soldiers, based at the remote mission station of Rorke's Drift, South Africa, were locked in a ferocious life or death struggle with over 4000 seasoned warriors of the hitherto victorious Zulu Army - the most powerful indigenous African army. Only hours earlier,

Lord Chelmsford and the Zulu War

Lord Chelmsford and the Zulu War
  • Author : The Hon, Gerald French D.S.O.
  • Publisher : Pen and Sword
  • Release : 07 April 2014
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The Anglo-Zulu war of 1879 was perhaps subjected to much controversy as a result of the epic Zulu victory at the battle of Isandlwana. Lord Chelmsford, the General Officer commanding the invasion force during the war, sustained severe criticism from both journalists and parliament following his actions and conduct at Isandlwana. In 1939 and on the sixtieth anniversary of the battle, Major, the Hon Gerald French, wrote a controversial but riveting book titled??'Lord Chelmsford and the Zulu War,' is based

David Rattray s Guidebook to the Anglo Zulu War Battlefields

David Rattray s Guidebook to the Anglo Zulu War Battlefields
  • Author : David Rattray
  • Publisher : Pen and Sword
  • Release : 18 February 2013
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South African born and bred, David Rattray's name is today synonymous with the Anglo-Zulu War. Now for the first time, his encyclopaedic knowledge is available to the reading public. With its magnificent colour artwork, including superb paintings, detailed maps and lively and informative text, this book will be greatly welcomed by both readers at home and visitors to the sites themselves.

Voices from the Zulu War

Voices from the Zulu War
  • Author : Ian Kinght
  • Publisher : Pen and Sword
  • Release : 21 March 2011
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The forces of the independent Zulu kingdom inflicted a crushing defeat on British imperial forces at Isandlwana in January 1879. The Zulu army was not, however, a professional force, unlike its British counterpart, but was the mobilised manpower of the Zulu state. In this ground-breaking study, Ian Knight details just how the Zulu army functioned and ties its role firmly to the broader context of Zulu society and culture. After surveying the Zulu army from its creation during the wars of

Summary of Adrian Greaves s Forgotten Battles of the Zulu War

Summary of Adrian Greaves s Forgotten Battles of the Zulu War
  • Author : Everest Media,
  • Publisher : Everest Media LLC
  • Release : 08 March 2022
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Please note: This is a companion version & not the original book. Sample Book Insights: #1 The battle of Rorke’s Drift, which took place on the 11th December 1878, was a defeat for the British Empire. It showed the world that the British Army was not invincible, and led to the terrible two Boer Wars of 1880 and 1899. #2 Lord Chelmsford, the British general, was tasked with invading Zululand and defeating the Zulu army. He devised a three-pronged invasion that would advance on the