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The Buffs part in the Zulu War.

impi at 01h36
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2011
The Buffs part in the Zulu War.

Is there a list f names of those who served with Buffs during the Zulu War.

Also were the Buffs involved from the start of the Zulu War,or were they called upon to take part in the second invasion.
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