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East African Reconnaissance Regiment in Burma Featured Related Images Print

East African Reconnaissance Regiment in Burma

Photograph of a soldier from the East African Reconnaissance Regiment, checking a machine-gun, Burma, 1945. The East African Reconnaissance Regiment, part of 11th East African Division, was equipped with armoured cars and light tanks. In this image a soldier checks a Browning machine-gun. His division incorporated battalions of the King?s African Rifles and other forces from Kenya, Uganda, Nyasaland (now Malawi), Somaliland (Somalia) and Tanganyika (Tanzania). The Africans proved extremely hardy and tenacious in several battles, both as combatant soldiers, medical staff, and carriers. One of 12 photographs captioned: East African Reconnaissance Regiment in Burma. From photograph album of 147 photographs, 1944-1945. Associated with Brig M W Briggs and the 11th East African Division and the King's African Rifles, World War Two, Far East (1941-1945). Date: 1945

© The National Army Museum / Mary Evans Picture Library

Politics - Commonwealth Prime Ministers Meeting - Marlborough House, London Featured Related Images Print

Politics - Commonwealth Prime Ministers Meeting - Marlborough House, London

Group picture of the Commonwealth Prime Ministers Conference at Marlborough House, London. (l-r Standing) Cesaire Rabenoro (High Commissioner standing in until the arrival of Malaysia's Tunku A. Rahman), Sir Seretse Khama (Botswana), Keith Holyoake (New Zealand), Lee Kuan Yew (Singapore), Husain (Pakistan), Harlley (Ghana), Senanayake (Ceylon), Sir D. Jawara (The Gambia), Gorton (Australia), S. Stevens (Sierra Leone), Shearer (Jamaica), Trudeau (Canada) Dr. Kenneth Kaunda (Zambia), Burnham (Guyana) Chief Awolowo (Nigeria), Prince M. Dlamini (Swaziland), Dr. Nyerere (Tanzania). (front row l-r) Chief Jonathan (Lesotho), Dr. Obote (Uganda), Dr. Williams (Trinidad & Tobago), India Gandhi (India), Arnold Smith (the Canadian who is the Commonwealth Secretary General), Premier Harold Wilson, Dr. Banda (Malawi), Archbishop Makarios (Cyprus), Dr. Borg Olivier (Malta), Gichuru (Kenya) and Sir S. Ramgoolam (Mauritius)

© PA/Press Association Images

Women wearing Lip-rings Featured Related Images Print

Women wearing Lip-rings

Two women from Manganja tribe wearing lip-rings (pelele). When girls are very young, the upper lip is pierced close to the nose, and a small pin inserted to prevent the orifice from closing. When the wound is healed, the small pin is withdrawn, and a larger one introduced, and the plan is carried on for years, until at last the full-sized 'pelele' can be worn. Date: 1868

© Mary Evans Picture Library