Forfatter: Bartlett, W. B.
Forlag: History Press Ltd. 2010
Omfang: 288 pages
Noter: Illustrated, hard cover, fine with dust jacket
The Zulu War grabs attention in a way that no other of Queen Victoria's "Little Wars" does. It is a story rich in the extremes of human experience: gallantry, cowardice, savagery, hubris, and sheer, stark terror amongst others. The way the campaign unfolded was a consequence of the actions of Britain's commander in the field, Lord Chelmsford, who thought that the outcome would be a foregone conclusion, but then found himself faced with one of the most shocking disasters in British military history.
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