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Shaka years and soldiers were housed within purposewas compelled to take revenge on his patron’s built barracks so their king could call on them killers and he quickly merged his tribe with whenever he needed military muscle to satisfy his Dingiswayo’s to create a fledgling Zulu Kingdom. whims. The Zulu nation had become a country He then launched a campaign of conquest against the Ndwandwe and their chief, Zwide and they met completely dedicated to warfare and conquest under the leadership of Shaka.

Major events 33 Victoria Cross MICHAEL JOHN O’LEARY Michael O’Leary’s VC Why did he win it? He stormed two machine-gun encampments, killing eight German soldiers in the process and taking two hostages. Where was the battle? The engagement took place in Cuinchy in northern France on the Western Front in WWI. When did it take place? 1 February 1915. 34 When was he awarded the VC? O’Leary received a battlefield promotion to the rank of sergeant on 4 February and was recommended for the Victoria Cross, awarded later that month.

Despite their unexpected pliability, Cortés faced problems from an unexpected place, just as he had Tenochtitlan in his grasp. An arresting party arrived on the coast from Cuba with orders to kill or capture him, so in May 1520, Cortés Sensing the mood of the crowd, Cortés had headed east to meet the party from Moctezuma brought out to placate his people, Cuba, leaving 140 Spaniards and some only for them to reject their tlatoani as a Tlaxcalans under the command of a traitor. What happened next has remained a deputy, Pedro de Alvarado, to hold source of debate for centuries.

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