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Great Zulu Battles: 1838-1906

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The Zulu kingdom established by King Shaka was robust and self-sufficient, but royal rivalries and newly arrived white colonialists made it a bloody period that shaped the face of modern Africa. This detailed depiction of day-to-day combat during nine of the most influential battles--from Thuleka in 1838 through the Civil War to the breaking of the royal house--pulses with excitement. All the courage and horror of hand-to-hand fighting and strategic genius come through on every page. *Hardcover with dustjacket in excellent condition; 2003 reprint.*
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The Zulu kingdom established by King Shaka was robust and self-sufficient, but royal rivalries and newly arrived white colonialists made it a bloody period that shaped the face of modern Africa. This detailed depiction of day-to-day combat during nine of the most influential battles--from Thuleka in 1838 through the Civil War to the breaking of the royal house--pulses with excitement. All the courage and horror of hand-to-hand fighting and strategic genius come through on every page.

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Author Ian Knight
Publisher Castle Books
Place New Jersey
Year 2003
Edition Reprint
ISBN 9780785815693
Binding Hardcover
Condition Very Good
Dustjacket Condition Very Good

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