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Origin of Conflict
The same day the standing Zulu forces from Isandhlwana pushed on to Rorke's Drift. Only 145 British were killed and after ten hours of fighting, the Zulus were forced to retreat. This battle had little effect on the war besides boosting British moral. The British would later pass on the story of Rorke's Drift, while ignoring Isandhlwana.
On July 4th, 1879, 5,000 British Soldiers formed up to face 20,000 Zulu Warriors. Faced by the British's heavy artillery and gatling guns, the Zulus managed to only kill ten British soldiers while suffering a loss of 6,000 fighters themselves. Surprisingly, the British built a monument in honor of the Zulus' with their own, in honor of their bravery on the battlefield.