Towards the end of the Matabele Rebellion of 1896, Imperial troops began to arrive to finish the campaign.
One of those units were the 7th Hussars. As well as fighting mounted, because of the rough terrain the campaign was fought over, they dismounted to take the fight to the enemy. This pack depicts the command of the 7th Hussars on foot charging to take a position, as described in the diary of Baden-Powell.
Four 28mm sized figures, supplied unpainted.