In August I had the opportunity to visit theNational Army Museumin London and take a look around some of their current exhibitions. One of these was one titled“West Indian Soldier”. The museum described it as a special exhibition to explore the role of West Indian soldiers in the British Army over the past 300 or so years.
Be sure to check out our accompanying article for this video for more on the exhibition & the regiments’ history here –
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