A concise – and often light-hearted – record of the Fifth (Kenya) Battalion of that famous colonial unit, the King’s African Rifles, who saw service throughout the Second World War first in their native continent in the campaigns against the Italians in Abyssinia and Somaliland but finally against the Japanese in the Burma War. Compiled by two serving officers, the journal is based on official documents as well as from the memories of those who fought alongside the authors.
W. D. Draffan & T. C. Lewin
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2007 N&M Press reprint (original pub 1954). SB. 151pp with 3 maps.
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