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Featured 13 Jul 2004 Print

The Zulu war. The entrenched position at Rorke's Drift

The scene as reinforcements arrive at Rorke's Drift, successfully defended by the British from 3, 000 Zulus. Extended caption: Note from Captain Crealock 'About 6.30am we reached Rorke's drift, and saw the smoke rising from the post. Too late! too late! But no- from amidst the smoke we saw some figures gesticulating: then a flag waved. Glasses out! They are red coats! Russell and the mounted men are sent forward, plunge in to the river and scrambling out on the opposite side, gallop up. A moment's doubt if it be not a zulu ruse. But no, the morning breeze now brings across the frontier river the glad sound of a British cheer. We were NOT too late. There were 351 dead bodies found lying around the house, and between it and the hill; and sixty around and in the burning hospital, which they had succeeded in firing.'

© Illustrated London News Ltd/Mary Evans

Featured 13 Jul 2004 Print

Franco-Prussian War: balloon from Paris over Versailles

Crowds in the streets in Versailles watching balloon overhead. During the siege of Paris post came in and out of Paris by balloon and the famous escape of Leon Gambetta, Minister of the Interior for the Government of National Defence, took place by balloon in September 1870. Many ILN and Graphic artists got their sketches out of Paris by balloon

© Illustrated London News Ltd/Mary Evans

Featured 13 Jul 2004 Print

Franco-Prussian War. Siege of Metz: Inhabitants tring to lea

Families rushing to escape Metz, at the front of the crowd is a traditionally dressed woman, in head dress and dirndl skirt, holding a white flag. An injured or dead man is lying at the side of the road still holding his travelling bag. The French surrendered on October 27th 1870 at Metz, following the Battle of Sedan

© Illustrated London News Ltd/Mary Evans