Zulu Dawn. British soldiers in the hills

littlehand at 23h48
Zulu Dawn. British soldiers in the hills

Hi. Well Zulu Dawn as just ended. I notice in the film, that there were some British soldiers quite high up in the hills not in any kind of formation, but just sitting down taking shots at the Zulu's which appeared to be to far off to do any damage.
I was hoping someone could tell be which battalion did they belong to. Its the part when the British are falling back on the camp. As I say they, seemed to be individual soldiers high up in the hills. None of [......]
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