Issue 130, September 2007

Undoubtedly the Queen of Weapons: The fall and rise of the British Cavalry Lancer, 1903 - 1912 by Dr. A. P. Winrow

Immortal Fame: The 80th (Staffordshire Volunteers) at Ferozeshah by Brigadier J. K. Tnner, OBE

Arthur Murray and the Battle of Boomplaats, 1848 by J. F. Cowlin

Two Heroes of the Indian Mutiny: C. J.S. and H. H. Gough by Chris Kempton

The Annotated Maps of Isandlwana by Keith I. Smith

A Biographical Sketch and Research Bibliography of Field Marshal Horatio Herbert Kitchner by Harold E. Raugh, Jr.

Cover Illustration: 'The 80th Regiment at the Battle of Ferozeshah' by Peter Archer. Representing something of an amalgram of events, Peter Archer's painting is a good representation of the fighting in the Sikh line late in the day of 21st December 1845. Colour Sergeant Kirkland is shown seizing the black flag, and in front of him Captain Best receives his mortal wound. In the centre and right foreground Corporal Brown and Captain Scheberras, the Adjutant, are seen in the thick of the fighting. Kind permission of the The Staffordshire Regiment

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