BRITISH FORTIFICATIONS IN ZULULAND 1879 PDF

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Notify me. Thank you We will contact you when this item is next available to order. Throughout the Anglo-Zulu wars, the British fortified almost every position they occupied in Zululand, from permanent column depots to temporary halts on the lines of communication.

This book explores the extensive fortifications constructed around posts such as Eshowe, Fort Pearson and Fort Chelmsford, as well as the lives of the garrisons who manned these sites. These forts were built to defend against infantry attacks of overwhelming numbers, as opposed to artillery bombardment or mining, and the text, illustrations and photographs describe their distinctive style and construction.

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British Fortifications in Zululand 1879

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On 11 January the British Empire went to war with the independent kingdom of Zululand. The British anticipated a swift and decisive victory, placing great faith in modern firepower; no plans were made for suppressing the Zulu over a protracted period, or for providing defensive positions from which to occupy Zulu territory. This title explores British defensive techniques employed during the war, and how these related to contemporary engineering theory. Your wishlist has been temporarily saved.

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