Afghan Wars, 1880-90: General Robert's victory of Candahar Sept. 1st 1880. Photogravure by Stanley Baker depicting the charge of British lancers against Afghan warriors at the edge of a river. The British started fighting the Afghans in the 1840s. They had their hands full for at least five decades.
The Battle of Rorke's Drift. The Zulu attitude towards firearms was that: "The generality of Zulu warriors, however, would not have firearms – the arms of a coward, as they said, for they enable the poltroon to kill the brave without awaiting his attack.
All dressed up for stardom: Caine poses in uniform for a portrait between takes. He quickly found himself one of the biggest actors in 1960 British cinema, after his star-making turn here playing infantry officer Lieutenant Gonville Bromhead.
Shaka, el caudillo que convirtió al pequeño pueblo Zulú en un poderoso Imperio
century painting of Charles Edwin Fripp showing a scene of The Battle of Isandlwana, the first major battle of the Anglo-Zulu War and the british army worst defeat against a technologically inferior enemy.