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SimonN once bubbled... Has to be the British ar Rorke's Drift (Southern Africa).
139 Red Coats defeated 4000-6000 Zulu's (yes, they were throwing more than grass spears, they had guns captured from Isandlwana).
Not really a unit as such though.
almost right: the Zulus had old hunting rifles, Islandawana hadn't ended yet when Rorke's Drift was attcked, and the zulus attacking had been held in reserve and wanted to fight. The british were the 24th regiment afoot, B company stationed at Rorke's Drift, 22-23 January 1879. 11 victora crosses were awarded, the most for any single action, including one to Fred Hitch, the only london cab driver to ever win the VC