The Anglo-Zulu War (1879)
Headed by Lord Chelmsford, the British invasion forced marched into Zululand despite heavy January rains. Leaving a third of his army behind unprotected the British were caught by suprise and slaughtered at the Battle of Isandlwana on January 22nd; suffering some 1,400 casualties as compared to 2,000 Zulu. That same day a Zulu force numbering 4,000 attacked a British garrison of 140 soldiers at the Rorke's Drift outpost. The British held their own and managed to pull off a miraculous victory, but soon after word reached London of the humiliating defeat at Isandlwana and the British launched a full scale invasion. By July the Zulu Capitol Ulundi had fallen, yet despite this the Zulu king would be allowed to retain his throne until his death in 1884. Following his death the Zulu Kingdom was annexed by the British.
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