The 2nd Battalion, The King's African Rifles, on parade, 1914 (c).
Photograph, World War One, 1914 (c).
The 2nd (Nyasaland) Battalion fought in German East Africa alongside many other battalions of the King's African Rifles. During the war the 22 battalions of the regiment suffered 5117 men killed and wounded with another 3039 dying from diseases.
One of 27 photographs collected by Major William Dickinson, 2nd Battalion, The King's African Rifles, 1914 (c).
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