Kenyan soldiers, part of the 14th Army, with a seized Japanese flag, after their capture of Seikpyu, 18 February 1945. A lot of Kenyans who are abroad imagine that they are the pioneers in their family when their grandpa’s might ‘have been there and done that’.
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About bulletsandhoney
I read my first book when I was three, then my second one a few weeks later. It has carried on this way for decades with only temporary distractions of eating, fighting, loving, heartbreak and other such irrelevant biographical details.

4 Responses to

  1. Anonymous says:

    digging these old pictures!! more please!

  2. Anonymous says:

    hey i have been trying trying tod osome researrch on africans in WWII – interseting pics

  3. MMK says:

    Hi Anonymous,
    what kind of research are you doing on Africans in WW2, where, how? Very curious. Please write me on martinkimani@gmail.com

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