The Battle of Ginnis also known as the Battle of Gennis was a minor battle of the Mahdist War that was fought on December 30, 1885, between soldiers of the Anglo-Egyptian Army and Mahdist Sudanese warriors of the Dervish State.
Wars and military campaigns are guided by strategy, whereas battles take place on a level of planning and execution known as operational mobility.
The results of the battle were the practical extinction of Mahdism in the Sudan and the establishment of British dominance there.
Churchill: The Battle of Omdurman, 1898.
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The massacre of the army of Sudanese Dervishes on a plain near Omdurman on September 2nd, 1898, was an occasion that a new military technology by Britain in battle.