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Africans who fought for British army paid less than white soldiers

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Africans who fought for British army paid less than white soldiers

Africans who fought for British army paid less than white soldiers | World news | The Guardian

Africans who fought for British army paid less than white soldiers | World news | The Guardian

Africans who fought for British army paid less than white soldiers

Africans who fought for British army paid less than white soldiers | World news | The Guardian

Soldiers of the Eighth Army belonging to the Commonwealth and Allied forces are seen in the

Africans who fought for British army paid less than white soldiers | World news | The Guardian

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African soldiers marching in Burma

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King George V inspecting Indian troops attached to the Royal Garrison Artillery, at Le Cateau

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National Guard Heritage Series.

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British soldiers cross a river during the Boer War circa 1900

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Black soldiers fought with the Continentals as well as the British.

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August 1914: London volunteers await their pay at St. Martin-in-the-Fields.

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Members of the Canadian Armed Forces march during the Calgary Stampede parade in Calgary, Friday, July 8, 2016. (Jeff McIntosh/Canadian Press)

But Britain as the imperial power stayed firmly in charge. It was almost impossible for

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Cetshwayo, king of the Zulu, under British guard in Southern Africa, 1879.

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South African soldiers on the Somme, December 1916

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A military unit from Canada marches during a military parade marking Polish Armed Forces Day,

Participants in the Double V campaign, 1942.

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