William Whitelocke-Lloyd: The Irishman who Sketched the Zulu War

William Whitelocke-Lloyd: The Irishman who Sketched the Zulu War

When he finally reached the summit of the 680-foot-high outcrop, William Whitelocke-Lloyd must have experienced extraordinary emotions. The Zulus called this isolated butte Shiyane, meaning ‘eyebrow’, and certainly it offered a remarkable vantage point. [1] To the...