6 edition of The rise & fall of the Zulu nation found in the catalog.
by Arms and Armour Press, Distributed in the USA by Sterling Publishing in London, New York, NY, USA
|Other titles||Rise and fall of the Zulu nation|
|LC Classifications||DT2400.Z85 L32 1997|
|The Physical Object|
|Pagination||xv, 517 p.,  p. of plates :|
|Number of Pages||517|
|LC Control Number||97190382|
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Morris (Author)/5(10). This is a study of the rise of the Zulu nation under their ruler, Shaka, and its fall under Cetshwayo. It seeks to provide an account of the trials, errors and triumphs of Imperial policy in Natal on the eve of the Boer wars and to give an unprejudiced analysis of the British-Boer involvement with the Zulu nation.
Filled with colorful characters, dramatic battles like Isandhlwana and Rorke's Drift, and an inexorable narrative momentum, this unsurpassed history details the sixty-year existence of the world's mightiest African empire—from its brutal formation and zenith under the military genius Shaka (–), through its inevitable collision with white expansionism, to its dissolution under 5/5(2).
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There are no glossed over facts, and the last reprint in has a covering prologue from Chief Mangasuto Buthelese. Any military historian with a keen interest in this Nations short life should make this book their top archive by: The Rise and Fall of The Zulu Nation ranges comprehensively from themes such as Zulu social and political organisation, through analysis of the vivid personalities and complex political manoeuverings of leading Zulu and their colonial opponents, to detailed descriptions of military campaigns and battles that command the imagination.\" \"Short as was its history as an independent state, the Zulu kingdom, with.
Inarmed only with their spears, their rawhide shields, and their incredible courage, the Zulus challenged the might of Victorian England and, initially, inflicted on the British the worst defeat a modern army has ever suffered at the hands of men without guns.
This is the definitive account of the rise of the Zulu nation under the great ruler Shaka and its fall under Cetshwayo.5/5(3). The Zulu ethnic identity gradually emerged in the broad valley along the eastern coast of South Africa. In the early 19th century, as population pressures increased, the Zulu began to form more centrally organized, warlike bands.
Dingiswayo, Shaka’s father, was the powerful, creative leader of one branch of the Zulu nation, the Mthethwa.The Rise & Fall of the Zulu Nation Author Laband, John Format/binding Hardcover Book condition Used - Fine Binding Hardcover ISBN 10 ISBN 13 Publisher Arms & Armour Place of Publication U.S.A.
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