Tales from the King's African Rifles

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Cassell, 2000 - History - 213 pages
This is John Nunneley's account of how as a 19-year-old officer in World War II he arrived in Kenya to join the King's Africa Rifles, a famous colonical regiment, to lead his askaris first in Africa and them in Burma's Kabaw Valley, the Valley of Death, fighting the elite White Tigers of the Imperial Japanese Army.

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John Nunneley is the Chairman of the Burma Campaign Fellowship Group, a British veterans¿ association devoted to the promotion of understanding and reconciliation amongst former enemies.

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