A century ago at Omdurman, Osman Digna scored a small

Goodwin, Charles H.
August 1998
Military History;Aug98, Vol. 15 Issue 3, p26
Presents information on the Battle of Omdurman on September 2, 1898. Significance of the battle on Great Britain's reconquest of the Sudan; Information on Mahdist leader Uthman ibn Bakr Dignai, called Osman Digna by the British; Details on the trap set by Osman Digna.


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