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Zulu WarriorsThe Battle for the South African Frontier$
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John Laband

Print publication date: 2014

Print ISBN-13: 9780300180312

Published to Yale Scholarship Online: September 2014

DOI: 10.12987/yale/9780300180312.001.0001

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‘The Army Is Now Thoroughly Beaten’

‘The Army Is Now Thoroughly Beaten’

(p.250) Chapter 21 ‘The Army Is Now Thoroughly Beaten’
Zulu Warriors

John Laband

Yale University Press

Ever since Isandlwana and the disembowelling of the slain, the British attitude to amaZulu had hardened considerably. The British attacked the Zulu people's basic means of survival. Through a scorched-earth policy, the British were able to demoralize ordinary amaZulu and sap their desire to resist.

Keywords:   Isandlwana, British, Zulu, scorched-earth policy, amaZulu

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