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Battle of Ulundi by Fayel (GS)


Battle of Ulundi by Fayel (GS)

The two forces meet on 4th July 1879 at Ulundi. Several thousand Zulus surrounded the British infantry which formed a square with the 17th Lancers at its centre. When the Zulus attack faltered the 17th Lancers were ordered to charge. Reproduced by Permission of the 17th/21st Lancers.
Item Code : DHM0060GSBattle of Ulundi by Fayel (GS) - This Edition
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