Zulu Army

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Zulu Dawn - Plot
... who both wish to crush the neighbouring Zulu Empire, which is perceived as a threat to Cape Colony's emerging industrial economy ... Bartle Frere issues an impossible ultimatum to the Zulu king, Cetshwayo, demanding that he dissolve the Zulu Empire ... The invading British army, laden with an immense network of supply wagons, invades Zululand and marches in the direction of Ulundi, the Zulu capital ...
First Boer War - Background - Zulu War
... There were also serious tensions between the Transvaal Republic and the Zulus led by King Cetshwayo ... The Zulus occupied a kingdom located to the southeast, bordered on the one side by the Transvaal Republic and on the other by British Natal ... Upon taking the throne King Cetshwayo had expanded his army and reintroduced many of the paramilitary practices of the famous Shaka, king of the Zulus ...
Zulu Dawn - Cast - Zulu
... will leave a chronic labour shortage, and is eager to defeat the British army in time for his soldiers to return and gather the harvest ... A Zulu regarded as a traitor by Cetshwayo because of his support for a rival claimant to the Zulu throne, Mantshonga delivered the British ultimatum to Cetshwayo and returned his response ... A leading general in the Zulu army, Uhama masterminds various schemes to confuse British forces, using scouts to gain intelligence on the British army, and small raiding parties to confuse their scouts on the ...
Anglo-Zulu War - British Invasion and Repulse
... war had its origins in border disputes between the Zulu leader, Cetshwayo, and the Boers in the Transvaal region ... Following a commission enquiry on the border dispute which reported in favour of the Zulu nation in July 1878, Sir Henry Bartle Frere, acting on his own, added an ... invasion of Zululand composed of over 15,000 troops in five columns and designed to encircle the Zulu army and force it to fight as he was concerned that the Zulus would avoid battle ...
Zulu Dawn - Cast - British
... tent and personal coach, authorises his troops to torture Zulu captives ... his soldiers, absorbing the news that the victorious Zulu army has invaded Natal ... His troops are ultimately called to reinforce the invasion army, and on the day of battle, Durnford and his African cavalrymen are driven into the camp at Isandlwana ...

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