The Great War, I was there - Part 25

HIS‘ M A JESTY’S MOST REMOTE EXP EDIT ION ’SALUTES THE FLAG in this chapter Lieutenant Magee describes the dishevelled condition in which the men who took part in the “impossible adventure ”arrived after their long trek through the jungle. But once arrived at their destination the old order came back, and here is the camp at Albertville on Lake Tanganyika, while the Mimi and Tou-Tou were preparing for action. There is no flagstaff, but the Union Jack is being hoisted to the branch of a tree while officers and men salute. Photo, Lieut. Frank Magee 9771 b
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