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How Britain dishonoured its African war dead

“But over the decades, hundreds of thousands of war dead who served Britain in the first world war have been written out of the story” writes David Lammy for theguardian.com. He was the former secretary of state for war and chairman of the Imperial War Graves Commission.Even today, across the world, great care is taken to track down, identify and bury British war dead.Antonny Wachira Kimani is the caretaker for the Commonwealth War Graves Commission (CWGC) cemetery in Voi in southern Kenya, maintaining rows of graves near hills that lead south towards Tanzania.
 
Source: theguardian.com



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