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East African Reconnaissance Regiment in Burma Featured Related Images Print

East African Reconnaissance Regiment in Burma

Photograph of a soldier from the East African Reconnaissance Regiment, checking a machine-gun, Burma, 1945. The East African Reconnaissance Regiment, part of 11th East African Division, was equipped with armoured cars and light tanks. In this image a soldier checks a Browning machine-gun. His division incorporated battalions of the King?s African Rifles and other forces from Kenya, Uganda, Nyasaland (now Malawi), Somaliland (Somalia) and Tanganyika (Tanzania). The Africans proved extremely hardy and tenacious in several battles, both as combatant soldiers, medical staff, and carriers. One of 12 photographs captioned: East African Reconnaissance Regiment in Burma. From photograph album of 147 photographs, 1944-1945. Associated with Brig M W Briggs and the 11th East African Division and the King's African Rifles, World War Two, Far East (1941-1945). Date: 1945

© The National Army Museum / Mary Evans Picture Library

20076267 Featured Related Images Print

20076267

MALAWI Ngwila Cropped view of Efero Lodi holding handful of organically grown soya. Organic farming allows farmers to achieve the same yields without the use of expensive fertilisers

© Crispin Hughes eye ubiquitous / hutchison

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Errol Hinds and Julius Mapata, Livingstone to Broken Hill, Northern Rhodesia, 1925 (1927). Artist: Thomas A Glover Featured Related Images Print

Errol Hinds and Julius Mapata, Livingstone to Broken Hill, Northern Rhodesia, 1925 (1927). Artist: Thomas A Glover

Errol Hinds and Julius Mapata, Livingstone to Broken Hill, Northern Rhodesia, 1925 (1927). A print from Cape to Cairo, by Stella Court Treatt, George G Harrap & Company Ltd, 1927. The book was an account of the first successful journey by motor vehicle from Cape Town to Cairo, accomplished by Stella Court Treatt and her husband, Major Chaplin Court Treatt, in 1924-1926. Errol Hinds (1908-1980), Stella's younger brother, and Julius Mapata were also members of the expedition. Mapata, a Malawi chief, had been Chaplin's servant in South Africa since 1916. He spoke 32 native dialects as well as English

© The Print Collector / Heritage-Images