In 1879 South Africa, the administrators of the British Cape Colony have designs to eliminate the Zulus as a hindrance to their colonial economy. To that end, the British present King Cetshwayo with an impossible ultimatum to provoke a war they are sure they can win easily with their rifles and artillery against native spears. However, that war proves more difficult than the arrogant British commander, Lord Chelmsford, expects as his overburdened army fruitlessly searches for the elusive enemy. However, in the shadow of a hill called Isandlwana, the overconfident British army learns to its sorrow just how badly they have underestimated the tactical skill and might of the Zulu nation. Written by Kenneth Chisholm (firstname.lastname@example.org)
Ashley Waldorf, Larry Taylor, Michael Richard, Terrick Fitzhugh, Norman Els, Ray Davies, Graham Armitage, Vivienne Drummond, Claire Marshall, Kenneth Baker, Anna Calder, Freddie Jones, John Mills, Paul Mafela, Muntu Ndebele, Abe Temba, Gilbert Tjabane, Ken Gampu, Simon Sabela, Chris Chittell, Patrick Mynhardt, Don Leonard, Ronald Lacey, Ronald Pickup, Michael Jayston, Nigel Davenport, Peter O'Toole, Len Sparrowhawk, Sydney Chama, Jan Bruyns, Brian O'Shaughnessy, Peter J. Elliott, Ian Yule, Phil Daniels, Nicholas Clay, Donald Pickering, Paul Copley, David Bradley, Bob Hoskins, Christopher Cazenove, James Faulkner, Peter Vaughan, Denholm Elliott, Simon Ward, Burt Lancaster
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