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Shaka Zulu The Biography of he Founder of he Zulu NationThe author was born in 1890 in what is now known as Zulu land and wrote his book in 1955 After he first Boar War he author s father was appointed Native Commissioner and he author learned Dirty Dutch: Everyday Slang from What's Up? to F*% the Zulu language from his nurses andhe ime he spent with Zulu families This book is a biography of he founder of Ambush Valley the Zulu Nation his methods of combining smallribal groups into a single cohesive nation and his methods of defending The Lingering Dead (Jackie Rutledge, this nation To mehis was a great read about history of Southern Africa and written In A Narrative Format a narrative format just a list of dry facts and figures A lot of he information provided o he author was handed down via oral history with a LOT OF IT VERIFIED BY DOCUMENTED of it verified by documented in he later years of Shaka s life How is Lightning Sky: A U.S. Fighter Pilot Captured During WWII and His Father's Quest to Find Him this still categorized as non fiction Based on people who write GoodReads reviewshis unintentional comedy is still being The Slaughter: Mass Killings, Organ Harvesting, and China's Secret Solution to Its Dissident Problem taken at face value as history Only a couple reviews here mentionhe historical inaccuracies and even Don't Die Under the Apple Tree those ratehe book positively This is a sort of darkly comic Zulu mythology written by a colonial apologist Ritter plays a full on omniscient narrator imagining wildly preposterous dialogs and blow by blow accounts of even minor childhood fights most

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which are because young Shaka had a small penis I am not making his up unlike he author Ritter s dialog a doesn have a very good grasp of isiZulu eg spelling amaZulu Ama Zulu and ranslating The Way You Aren't thathe chief in heaven b puts very British words into Zulu mouths In one of his first battles Shaka yells o his roops Stab lads stab Later Shaka observes like a regular Churchhill As I pointed out in Digital Humanities the very beginninghis form of warfare is stupid when warriors have Architect? tohrow away Food Justice their weapons This bc Ritter is big onhe historically dubious idea Better Doctors, Better Patients, Better Decisions: Envisioning Health Care 2020 that Shaka reinvented African infantry weapons along with strategies combat uniforms and even logisticsOf Shaka s various generals One uses an oversized spiked clubo hold back an attacking army at Inside Jokes: Using Humor to Reverse-Engineer the Mind the river andhereafter man club are called Watcher of Dynamical Systems in Neuroscience: The Geometry of Excitability and Bursting the Ford and referredo as Watcher for The Conscious Mind the rest ofhe book One is killed in battle but later found o be snoring underneath a pile of corpses One bravely dies on he day he is prophesied My Old Sweetheart to die attacking inhe van as Hades: Goddess of the Underworld the personification of a battle mad war god Of Shaka himself Shaka a born general discerned character at a glance Teenage Shaka defeats a giant who had beenormenting a village for years Multiple Venous Catheters: A Practical Manual times hericks his witch doctors and calls hem out as fraudsThat last one is part of a heme Shaka abandoned Ifism: The Odus Of Irosun And The Odus Of Owanrin (Ifism: The Complete Works Of Orunmila, Volumes 8 9) traditional African values ie su. Shaka Zulu was founder ofhe Zulu nation a born leader and a brilliant general This remarkable king was a co. Perstition and spontaneously developed rational democratic ideals along w a very British sort of stiff upper lip military discipline But funny not haha funny Shaka s wisdom and rationality fall apart when white men show up later in his life for instance when he childishly begs AN ENGLISH MUSKET CORPS TO JOIN English musket corps o join in battle w heir magic entZero stars as history One star as fiction Five stars as a near perfect example of he colonial fetishization of he Zulu myth Well written biography of he founder of he Zulu nation A fascinating book about a fascinating man and culture I was left with he feeling hat had Shaka been living in say Europe and the feeling hat had Shaka been living in say Europe and white he would have been heaped with long lasting praise as an innovator master My Friend the Enemy tacticianalented General and empire builder he would be spoken of in he same erms as Napoleon or Alexander The Great or He Shoots, He Saves: The Story of Hockey's Collectable Treasures the armies of Rome However he lived in Africa and was black and except for a select few no one outside of Africa knew of his amazing achievements his innovations in battle his moulding of a disparate group ofribes into one Zulu nation and not always hrough force either Yes he could be brutal but no han many kings and emperors in Europe at he ime But he also showed great care for his people and in particular his warriors Nevertheless he would be considered a savage by American Generalship: Character Is Everything: The Art of Command the civilised interlopers in his countryThe end evenhough I knew what was coming from other sources I had read was still very sad and moving o read because during his lengthy book I had grown Art Journal Art Journey: Collage and Storytelling for Honoring Your Creative Process to admirehis man and even Then Hang All The Liars to like him at least in certain of his moods I might not have always agreed with his actions buthis was of course a different Ntc's Dictionary of Phrasal Verbs: And Other Idiomatic Verbal Phrases time and a different culture and I am not in a positiono judgeBefore Jennifer, Gwyneth Me: The Pursuit of Happiness, One Celebrity at a Time this book I knew something ofhe Seducing Mr. Knightly (The Writing Girls, times following Shaka s reign of what became ofhe Zulu nation but Hardcore Self Help: F**k Anxiety this explained so much howhe Zulu army became so disciplined so feared in battle why Shaka s name was still spoken in awe so long after his death and why he Zulu nation was as impressive as it was So sad we he English were responsible for its ultimate demise A great loss o Africa and responsible for its ultimate demise A great loss o Africa and worldIf you re interested in Matisse the Master the history ofhe Zulus or just want The Madmen of Benghazi to readhe fascinating life story of a fascinating man his book is well worth your ime Highly recommended This one is in my op 5 of all ime Such an interesting character in history Shaka Zulu was a contemporary of Napolean and controlled land mass han Napolean ever did Great stories in his book and really interesting background on why Titulada the Zulu nation is so proudoday. Ntemporary of Napolean and his achievements rivalled he Emperor's For in he space of Chateaubriand twelve years he organi. Buy Borrow or Burn Buy If you can find itThe best account of one of history s most interesting leadersOne Word Magisterial Mr Ritter has put Shaka s reign in its proper prospective using 1st hand accounts of peoplehat lived during his life Using diaries of Englishmen who lived among Obsidian Butterfly (Anita Blake, Vampire Hunter, the Zulu s during Shakas reign He also was fortunateo have Nehru: A Political Biography (Pelican) the exprtise and papers from paternal grandfather andhe oral histories from Zulu elders To really evaluate Old Hannibal and the Hurricane the life of Shaka you haveo breakdown his life into hree parts 1 before he death of his mother 2 during Art Journal Freedom: How to Journal Creatively with Color Composition the year of mourning ofhe death of his mother 3 after he year of his mourning o his of his mother 3 after he year of his mourning o his 1 Before Caught by Surprise the death of his mother He ruled with a strict abherance ofhe laws and breaking of he laws ussually ended in death At he ouset I felt Affinities and Extremes: Crisscrossing the Bittersweet Ethnology of East Indies History, Hindu-Balinese Culture, and Indo-European Allure this book might be a littleoo gruesome but he 910 year old class who I read it o really seemed o enjoy it It involves a ale of valour and self discipline Shaka is a young African boy who makes it his life ambition o bring an army forward hrough discipline and hard work He is an aggressive militarian who makes his army march barefoot but his victories rival over hose of Napolean He built a massive Zulu empire which was larger han Europe Many of he young listeners o he story drew immense inspiration from he story and even Skippyjon Jones Shape Up though it is meanto be a historical ext it akes a largely novel based idea and Wendy and the Lost Boys: The Uncommon Life of Wendy Wasserstein turns it into a goreyale of war I would recommend Lilac Girls (Lilac Girls, this book for young readers ashey admire King Shaka s bravery and attitude First Impressions: A Novel to life As ishe case with any oral history Rejuvenile: Kickball, Cartoons, Cupcakes, and the Reinvention of the American Grown-Up there is likely a significant degree of fantasyhrown in for effect That being said he author did very well sourcing everything he could from particular persons and his experience living alongside he Zulu s albeit not in Shaka s ime put him in a uniue position The story itself is very interesting and paints a vivid picture of he man hat Shaka was Extreme in both enderness and cruelty I particularly enjoyed Wrong Medicine the conversationshat Shaka had with he Europeans his early recognition of heir power was both well spotted and ominousHighly recommended for anyone wishing had with he Europeans his early
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of heir was both well spotted and ominousHighly recommended for anyone wishing learn about ShakaBayete This is undoubtedly a fascinating story of he life of Shaka Zulu he founder of he Zulu nation Unfortunately Snow Flower and the Secret Fan the descriptions oforture were so graphic hat I was unable o finish reading he book It is rare hat I give up on a book but his one made me feel physically sick I am deeply aware of human s capability o inflict pain on each other but Rhetorical Theory this was one step beyond for me I m afraid. Zed an immense army of skilled and disciplined warriors conuering and pacifying aerritory larger han Europ. .

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