The Nyasaland Volunteer Reserve fought with distinction against the Germans in the First World War in East and Central Africa. The N.V.R. defended the country after an initial invasion from German East Africa and later pursued the German forces down into Portuguese East Africa and then back north.
Some were still in action two weeks after the Armistice was declared. The N.V.R. suffered many hardships and losses during this arduous virtually unknown campaign.
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About the author
Peter Charlton was born in London in 1946 but spent his formative years in the Nyasaland Protectorate (now Malawi) and is keenly interested in the military history of Eastern Africa.Share