The battle of Ulundi fought on the 4th of July 1879 marked the bloody, brutal climax to the Anglo-Zulu war. After so many initial setbacks including the massacres at Isandlwana and Ntombe Drift Lord Chelmsford and the British forces could now breathe a sigh of relief – the Zulu impis were broken and their King, Cetswayo, was now on the run.
Here is a full report of the battle from my Podcast:
And for those of you who like video, here is my tour of the battlefield – it’s a cracking spot to visit and well worth the effort.
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