Photocopy of account of activities of No 1 Company Indian and Malay Corps (No 101 South African Reserve Motor Transport Company), Aug 1940- July 1941; including training in Kenya, Sep-Dec 1940, return to South Africa, Dec 1940, following decision to make the Company 100% Indian, active service in Somaliland Campaign Feb-Aug 1941.
South African Army
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- ReferenceGB 101 ICS 132
- Dates of CreationAug 1941 (covers 1940-1941)
- Name of Creator
- Language of MaterialEnglish
- Physical Description1 file (4pp)
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Administrative / Biographical History
No 1 Company Indian and Malay Corps (No 101 South African Reserve Motor Transport Company was established in Natal in 1939, and left for South Africa for active service in Kenya, Sep 1940. The Company returned to South Africa in Dec 1940, and took part in the Somaliland Campaign in 1941.
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Presented to ICS by Baruch Hirson, 1986 with 'no provenance'.
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Compiled by Alan Kucia as part of the RSLP AIM25 Project.
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