The Heroes of Rorke’s Drift: Frank Bourne OBE, DCM — Redcoat History

Transcript of the video that is embedded below: Today I’m talking about Frank Edward Bourne OBE DCM – or Colour Sergeant Bourne as he was during the battle of Rorke’s Drift. He was the senior British NCO present at the battle, but unlike many of his colleagues he was never awarded the Victoria Cross. You probably remember him from […]

The Heroes of Rorke’s Drift: Frank Bourne OBE, DCM — Redcoat History

Been a while since I have seen the movie, but glad to learn more about Frank Bourne.

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1 Response to The Heroes of Rorke’s Drift: Frank Bourne OBE, DCM — Redcoat History

  1. SLIMJIM says:

    i watched the video, fascinating soldier, sounds like a colorful personality

    Liked by 1 person

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