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John Dunn, Cetywayo and the Three Generals

John Dunn, Cetywayo and the Three Generals

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  • Date Published: June 2011
  • availability: Available
  • format: Paperback
  • isbn: 9781108031387

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  • John Dunn (1834–95) became an infamous figure ('a perfect gorilla') in Britain after his involvement in the Anglo-Zulu war of 1879. A British subject who had lived all his life in South Africa, he spent his early years learning to be an expert hunter of large game before becoming a confidant of the Zulu king Cetshwayo, quickly accumulating wealth and power; although already married, he took forty-nine wives and fathered one hundred and seventeen children. However, when war broke out he sided with the British against his former friend and patron, and was rewarded with a huge tract of territory in the former Zulu kingdom. This book, published in 1886 and edited by his friend D. C. F. Moodie (1838–91), presents his side of the story, and contains fascinating insights into an extraordinary life lived among the Zulus in the nineteenth century.

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    • Date Published: June 2011
    • format: Paperback
    • isbn: 9781108031387
    • length: 172 pages
    • dimensions: 216 x 140 x 10 mm
    • weight: 0.23kg
    • availability: Available
  • Table of Contents

    Preface
    1. The wrong box
    2. Start for Umpande's kraal
    3. Cetywayo doubts me
    4. Discontinue hunting trips
    5. Umpande's death in 1872
    6. Fear of Northern Zulus
    7. Cetywayo's ancestors
    8. Fire again
    9. Collection of Pande's cattle
    10. Fight at Undini kraal
    11. Change of the King's tone
    12. Troops massing in Natal
    13. Ultimatum never reaches Cetywayo
    14. Meet Lord Chelmsford
    15. My opinion of Lord Chelmsford
    16. I arrive at Fort Chelmsford
    17. I am placed under Sir Garnet
    18. Copy of my deed of chieftainship
    Appendix.

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    John Dunn

    Editor

    D. C. F. Moodie

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