The battle of Rorke's drift was regarding by historians such as victor Davis Hanson as one of the best examples of what makes the western way of war unique.So freakin what! guns n cannons vs spears! The Zulu can be monumentally proud of themselves!
InterestingFor some reason I am thinking of this book because of our colourful friend. https://www.gutenberg.org/files/15106/15106-h/15106-h.htm anything to shift blame away from the British even if it's a hysterical conspiracy theory where the Brits were also victims.
Rather a break-down in British Military protocol -- and standard Field Service RegulationsThat 'stupidity' triumphed at Isandlwana.
Give credit where it's due.Rather a break-down in British Military protocol -- and standard Field Service Regulations
Colenso calls Chelmsford's neglecting to follow his own
"Regulations for Field Forces in South Africa",
which required that a defensible camp be established at every halt, fatal.
Battle of Isandlwana
So much written -- see if you can find an actual copy of those -- "Regulations for Field Forces in South Africa"
TBH I find your level of genius problematic to respond to.... ur similarly as all over the place at once as our resident womans crusader only with bedazzling formatting instead of text walls.Interesting
Conspiracies only exist because people do not do the proper required research
It is a fact that the Hollanders manned nearly ALL of the government posts in the ZAR
You could look into the history of the NZASM (Nederlandsche Zuid-Afrikaansche Spoorwegmaatschappij)
DUTCH Footsteps ( NZASM )
NZASM: Nederlandsche Zuid-Afrikaansche Spoorweg-Maatschappij
In fact the Boers themselves came to dislike them.
One just needs to look at the ownership of the GOLD mines themselves -- WHO owned them all ?
Who was President Paul Kruger's great economic adviser ?
You still have not answered the question about how one acquired or proved citizenship n the ZAR ?