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Chard orders Witt to be locked up in a supply room.As the Zulu impis approach, a contingent of Boer horsemen arrives.The defenders are surprised when the Zulu warriors open fire on the station with rifles, taken from the British dead at Isandlwana.Throughout the day and night, wave after wave of Zulu attackers are repelled.



Lieutenant Gonville Bromhead (Michael Caine), an infantry officer, is rather put out to find himself subordinate to an engineer due to the latter's slightly earlier commission.Realising that they cannot outrun the Zulu army with wounded soldiers, Chard decides to make a stand at the station, using wagons, sacks of mealie, and crates of ship's biscuit to form a defensive perimeter to counter the Zulu nation's deadly effective Bull tactical enveloping formation.Witt becomes drunk and demoralises the men with his overtly dire predictions; the soldiers of the Natal Native Contingent desert.If the event was moved or rescheduled, the venue or promoter may set refund limitations.

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In 1879, a communiqué from Lord Chelmsford to the Secretary of State for War in London (voice-over narration by Richard Burton) details the crushing defeat of a British force at the hands of the Zulus at the Battle of Isandlwana.