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SRAAD-Sheikan Battlefield near Kazgail. During the battle in 1883, sudanese sneak up w-forest cover, killing 14,000 br. troops

Marker at Sheikan battlefield, in the Kazgail project area. During the battle in 1883 Sudanese were able to sneak up through forest cover, killing approximately 14,000 British troops. Since the droughts of the early 1980’s, few stands of trees remain. Source: SRAAD-Kazgail Procedures Manuel.

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