War Medal, King’s African Rifles Long Service and Good Conduct Medal 1907 George VI issue, (DT.9487 Sjt. K.A.R.) DT.9487 Sergeant Kagande Kadewere, King’s African Rifles Choice EF
Kagande Kadewere, a native of Kataya, Kumtumanji, dedicated 16 and a half years to the King’s African Rifles. Serving initially from February 1926-March 1939, he returned from September 1942-February 1946 and was awarded the L.S. & G.C. Medal in 1948. He served with ‘A’ Company, 1st and 2nd Battalions during his first period of service, before joining the Zanzibar Police. His Service Record notes numerous, if not serious, indiscretions during his career. Having completed some three years in Zanzibar, with glowing reports, he enlisted at Dar-es-Salam for service in the Second World War, serving with the 29th Battalion of his old regiment; sold with full copied service record, issued from The National Archives, Zomba in October 1976. Court mounted for display.