The Mystery of Zulu Dawn
In 1879 at the battle of Isandlwana, the British suffered a degrading defeat at the hands of a much lesser army - the Zulus. What could possibly have gone wrong? Was this momentous defeat that cost the lives of almost 1500 British soldiers caused by the arrogance of an Empire who grossly underestimated their opponent?
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