Tagged: Africa

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Lake Tanganyika in World War 1

If anyone knows anything about World War 1 in Africa, there is a good chance they’ll tell you about the two boats which were taken overland from Cape Town to Lake Tanganyika by the...

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Fate of the Prisoners

The translation into English of this report contributes to furthering the understanding of what happened in East Africa during the Great War. Its contents were first published in 1919 by the Belgian Ministry of Colonies...

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William Endley

About William Endley William Endley has collected World War One militaria for more than forty years. An acknowledged expert on the South African contribution to the Western Front, he has acquired a vast amount...

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Recipes and Mystery

On Christmas Day I indulged in reading for pleasure. The book randomly selected was Recipes for Love and Murder by Sally Andrew. This had been recommended by a few people – the result being...

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BSAP Association

BSAP Association ‘Books of the British South Africa Police’ is a series designed with the object of recording previously unpublished stories by members of the BSAP, written many years ago, before they are lost...

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Marthe Kiley-Worthington

Marthe Kiley-Worthington Marthe Kiley-Worthington was raised on farms in the UK, Kenya and Congo by her two-legged parents and four-legged friends and mentors. As a female at that time, she had few options. She...