Under the Union Jack, No. 17, Vol. 1, March 3rd 1900

SHOULD E RING A BOY HERO. The youngster is Busier Dunn, the first on the British side to be wounded at the crossing of the Tugela before Colenso. He insisted onrushing forward with the fighting line of the Dublin Fusiliers, although many of the men of the regiment tried to keep him back. i?7
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