Person    | Male  Born 1815  Died 1885

Sir Henry Bartle Frere

Categories: Politics & Administration

Countries: India, South Africa

Administrator in India and South Africa. An enlightened 19th century administrator, who nonetheless caused the Zulu Wars by giving Cetshwayo, the Zulu king, an unacceptable ultimatum.

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