Today for the Redcoat History Podcast I interview American fiction author James Mace about his incredible series on the Anglo-Zulu war. We talk about everything AZW including the legacy of Anthony Durnford, the myths of Rorke’s Drift and whether Lord Chelmsford deserves to be treated harshly by most students of the war.

This is the final episode of season one of the Redcoat History Podcast. If you like the episode then please comment and share with friends so that we can spread the word and build a tribe of people who love British military history.

You can listen to the video below or download here and here.

In season 2 I am exploring the battle of Plassey and the start of the British empire in India. It promises to be fun.

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