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South African officers pose with a captured German flag in Windhuk.

South African officers pose with a captured German flag in Windhuk.

British Officer’s WWI Diary Exposes Brutal Jungle Warfare in West Africa

Weapons of War - Artillery - BL inch Howitzer and crew, East Africa Campaign, World War I. It is believed that the gun was crewed by South Africans at the time of the photograph.

Cameroon Company in German Southwest Africa

World War One (part 2)

vintage everyday: World War I. Cameroon-Company in German Southwest Africa during Word War I. (Koloniales Bildarchiv, Universitatsbibliothek Frankfurt am Main) Colonial troops were recruited by all the imperial powers to fight for their European rulers.

South-West Africa campaign - Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia

South African officers pose with a captured German flag in Windhuk.

A Cameroon unit on parade in German South-West Africa

scrapironflotilla: “Cameroon-Company in German Southwest Africa during Word War I.

The Mad Monarchist: The Great War in German Africa

Togoland was the only West African colony with no army to defend it. The only force it had was the military police force which consisted of 2 German army officers, 6 German policemen and 560 African personel.

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