This was the most controversial and brutal British imperial conflict of the nineteenth century. The real story of the Anglo-Zulu war was one of deception, dishonour, incompetence and dereliction of duty by Lord Chelmsford who invaded Zululand without the knowledge of the British Government. But it did not go to plan and there were many political repercussions. Using new material from archives in Britain and South Africa, Saul David blows the lid on this most sordid of imperial wars and comes to a number of startling new conclusions.
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Saul David is an author and broadcaster. He was born in 1966 and educated at Edinburgh and Glasgow Universities, receiving his history doctorate in 2001. He is the author of six previous books including Mutiny at Salerno: An Injustice Exposed (made into a BBC Timewatch documentary), and The Indian Mutiny (Viking 2002). He is now presenting 'Great Escapes' series to be screened on Channel Five, appeared as an 'expert' on the BBC2 virtual battle series Time Commanders and was consultant for the BBC's 'Zulu: The True Story' (2003).
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