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Osprey Men-at-Arms 388 : Zulu Wars - Volunteers, Irregulars & Auxiliaries

Mention of the Zulu War of 1879 inevitably conjures up images of the redcoats at Isandlwana and Rorke's Drift; it is often forgotten that the limited number of Imperial troops available led to the raising of several thousand local troops from Natal, Cape Colony and beyond. Typified by hard-riding white frontiersmen and lightly armed African infantry, these units made up for the British Army's severe shortage of cavalry scouts and local knowledge. Ian Castle's concise study of their organisation, uniforms, weapons, and campaign service covers a far wider range of units than ever previously published; it is illustrated with rare photographs and vivid colour plates. Text by Ian Castle with illustrations by Raffaele Ruggeri.

    Contents
  • Background
  • Natal Volunteer Corps
  • Irregular Cavalry
  • Auxiliary Units
  • War Service

 

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