Videos tagged with "defeat"

THE SCHOOL BABANGIDA WENT TO [05:14]
Bida is the second largest city in Niger State with an estimated population of 178840 (2007).It is located southwest of Minna, capital of Niger State, and is a dry, arid town. The major ethnic group is the Nupe. Bida is the headquarters of the Nupe Kingdom led by the Etsu Yahaya Abubakar and consisting of many districts, such as Katcha, Lapai, Mokwa, Enagi, Baddeggi, Agaie, Pategi, Lemu, Kutigi, and others. The leadership style of the ancient town of Bida is emirship, and the head of the town is addressed as Etsu Nupe.The town is known for its production of traditional crafts, notably glass and brassware. Bida is also known for its Durbar festival.It is also the home of the Federal Polytechnic Bida.Bida, town and traditional emirate, Niger state, west-central Nigeria. The town is on the Bako River, a minor tributary of the Niger, and lies at the intersection of roads from Jebba, Zungeru, and Agaie. Originally a small settlement of the Beni (Bini) people, a subgroup of the Nupe, it was captured about 1531 by Tsoede (Edegi), the founder of the Nupe kingdom and the first etsu Nupe ("king of the Nupe people"). When the kingdom was conquered about 1806 by Fulani warriors, its central region was incorporated as the Nupe emirate in the Fulani empire. Emir Usman Zaki proclaimed himself etsu Nupe in 1835; and, after defeating Umar Bahaushe, a rival Fulani emir, in the Nupe civil war (1847--56) at Bida, he named Bida to replace the emirate's old capital at Raba (Rabba), 67 miles ...

All Black AIG'S 1995 RWC - Nek Minnit Excuess - To Arrogant & Ignorant To Accept Defeat [00:50]
To Arrogant & Ignorant To Accept Defeat, its the kawee way, no respect for the opposition & never give credit where credit is due

Voortrekker (on top of the 40m monument) [01:19]
The majestic Voortrekker Monument is situated in the northern part of South Africa in the Pretoria (Tshwane) region in a nature reserve. It is a unique Monument which commemorates the Pioneer history of Southern Africa and the history of the Afrikaner and is situated in a beautiful setting. Today it is the most visited heritage site of its kind in Gauteng and one of the top ten cultural historical visitor attractions in the country.
Tags: Voortrekker, South, Africa, Johannesburg, Southern, Gautenghistory, Pretoria, Tshwane, Historical, War, Victory, Defeat

Zulu Warriors Battle [03:40]
Zulu wins a battle against the British at Islandlwana in the territory now known as South Africa using only sticks and cow hide shields. Battle of Isandlwana, where approximately 22000 Zulu warriors defeated a contingent of approximately 1500 British and Native troops in the first engagement of the Anglo-Zulu War. The force was largely wiped out by the Zulus under Cetshwayo. The battle remains the single greatest defeat for the British Army at the hands of a native army.
Tags: Zulu, Shaka, Zulu warriors, islandlwana, South Africa, apartheid

South Africa 2011 - Part 2 [11:54]
Took a trip to Isandhlwana and Rorke's Drift battle sites in KwaZulu-Natal, during 25th and 26th August 2011. Overnighted in Isandhlwana Lodge and enjoyed the magnificent hospitality. Unmatched views from our room, King Cetshwayo's Room (Cetshwayo kaMpande). Isandlhwana Lodge is carved into the iNyoni rock overlooking Mount Isandlhwana, the site of the historic Anglo-Zulu war battle which took place on the 22nd of January, 1879 -- where the greatest single defeat of the British Army at the hands of a native army took place. Surplus revenue generated by Isandhlwana Lodge goes to the local Tribal Trust for use in building schools, clinics and enhancing the life of villagers. Isandhlwana is approximately 10 miles south-east of Rorke's Drift and 105 miles north by north-west of Durban. The cairns on the battlefield site mark the mass graves of circa 1300 soldiers -- lives lost due to the invincible stupidity of their commander, Lord Chelmsford, in contrast to the superb Zulu generalship. The Battle of Rorke's Drift took place on 23rd January 1879.
Tags: Isandhlwana, Isandhlwana Lodge, Isandlwana, Battle of Isandlwana, Battle of Rorke's Drift, South Africa, kwazulu-Natal, Buffalo River, Shiyane, Peter Hall, Mphafa, umlahlankosi, 24th Regiment, King Cetshwayo, Cetshwayo kampande, Zulu warrior, Nikon, P100

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