A BRITISH LION IN ZULULAND: Sir Garnet Wolseley in South Africa
Presents the true account of Field Marshall Garnet Joseph Wolseley, that in just one year captured the two most powerful and dangerous potentates on the continent. Cetshwayo, whose Zulus had humbled the British in many battles including Isandlwana, and Sekhukhune of the Bapedi, whose warriors had twice beaten white armies, including a British one. 32 pages of photos.
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