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Rhodesian African Rifles Archives - Page 2 of 3 - Rhodesian African Rifles

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Posts Tagged “Rhodesian African Rifles”

THE MEMORIAL of THE RHODESIA NATIVE REGIMENT and RHODESIAN AFRICAN RIFLES

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THE MEMORIAL of THE RHODESIA NATIVE REGIMENT and RHODESIAN AFRICAN RIFLES

THE MEMORIAL of THE RHODESIA NATIVE REGIMENT and RHODESIAN AFRICAN RIFLES From the eyes and mouth of our man on the ground ….. Gerry van Tonder NMA Map Herewith a map of the NMA for 19 July, for those who might be interested. I have annotated the RNR/RAR Memorial site, as well as the Car Park,…

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THE RHODESIA NATIVE REGIMENT and RHODESIAN AFRICAN RIFLES MEMORIAL

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THE RHODESIA NATIVE REGIMENT and RHODESIAN AFRICAN RIFLES MEMORIAL

                                                 MEMORIAL             THE RHODESIA NATIVE REGIMENT and RHODESIAN AFRICAN RIFLES    Through the hard work of a number of people, and the generosity of many donors, the construction of the Memorial has commenced….

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Ladies and Gentlemen

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Ladies and Gentlemen

  Ladies and Gentlemen We have NEWS! Tomorrow the various books arrive here on Mud island., Chibaya Moyo, The RNR-RAR Book of Remembrance, which also has some wonderful illustrations (courtesy of John Wynne Hopkins), further copies of Masodja….so dear colleagues, friends and fellow members – please get around to paying for the various copies of…

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Band Of The Rhodesian African Rifles

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Band Of The Rhodesian African Rifles

Band Of The Rhodesian African Rifles. You have heard about them now you can hear them. Trumpets Wild                                                                          …

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RNR RAR Memorial Dedication and Unveiling

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This notice is from Brig. D. Heppenstall in respect of the forthcoming RNR RAR Remembrance at NMA , at the National Memorial Arboretum – 19th July 2015. RNR RAR Remembrance at NMA (1)

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CEASEFIRE IN RHODESIA

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CEASEFIRE IN RHODESIA

This is an interesting story, told by one of the New Zealand soldier medics, posted to a Rhodesian CEASEFIRE assembly point for terrorists  in southern Matabeleland near Plumtree.   1979-80. Rhodesia The Ceasefire By Mike Subritzky NZATMC AP Lima ” Like most of my friends I simply forgot about my service in Rhodesia and never,…

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The Rhodesian African Rifles

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The Rhodesian African Rifles

Courtesy of Craig Fourie

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Masodja Painting

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Masodja Painting

The finished and framed picture of Masodja. Note the RAR Shield, sited at the bottom of the picture, placed into the surrounds.   Painted by Rory Williams.

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OBITUARY

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OBITUARY

“Zororai Zvakanaka. Tichazo Sangana Varume” “Lest We Forget” 14th February 1980 – Cpl Morgan Moyo (Wings 109) (aged 27), HU RAR (formerly S Scouts), KOAS. by an accidental explosion whilst on internal ops, Salisbury, Op Salops. – Lt Edward Piringondo SCR (aged 27), HU RAR (formerly S Scouts), KOAS. (Both former Selous Scots members above…

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Poem

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Tribute to the RAR Those fighting men of the RAR longest serving Regiment by far Their history spread through many a year they fought with pride, showing no fear Egypt, Malaya, Congo then Rhodesia marching and singing , made it easier. Shaw Barracks at Balla Balla harsh countryside ,with very little colour It’s where they…

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