In January 1879, during a solar eclipse, almost an entire British battalion, 1,300 soldiers, was massacred by Zulus at Isandlwana in South Africa. Ballistics experts, forensic archaeologists, and pharmacologists tackle the mystery of how so-called primitive warriors defeated a highly-trained, modern army with sophisticated military hardware. The answer? Guns that jammed under extreme pressure, and an extraordinary war chest of hallucinogens.
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