Anglo-Zulu War, 1879: A Selected Bibliography

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Scarecrow Press, 2011 - History - 666 pages
The Anglo-Zulu War was one of many colonial campaigns in which the British Army served as the instrument of British imperialism. The conflict, fought against a native adversary the British initially under-estimated, is remarkable for battles that included perhaps the most humiliating defeat in British military history-the Battle of Isandlwana, January 22, 1879-and one of its most heroic feats of martial arms-the defense of Rorke's Drift, January 22-23, 1879. While lasting only six months, it is one of the most examined, studied, and debated conflicts in Victorian military history. Anglo-Zulu War, 1879: A Selected Bibliography is a research guide and tool for identifying obscure publications and source materials in order to encourage continued original and thought-provoking contributions to this popular field of historical study. From the student or neophyte to the study of the Anglo-Zulu War, its battles, and its opponents to the more experienced historian or scholar, this selected bibliography is a must for anyone interested in the 1879 Anglo-Zulu War.

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Harold E. Raugh Jr. serves as the Command Historian, U.S. Army V Corps, Heidelberg, Germany. He is a retired U.S. Army Lieutenant Colonel of Infantry, the author or editor of five previous military history books and over 700 articles and book reviews, and a Fellow of the Royal Historical Society.

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