Tag Archives: Jammu & Kashmir Rifles
Tony McClenaghan of the Indian Military Historical Society reviews the book in the Winter 2011 journal – Volume 28, No. 4: “The First World War campaign in East Africa has received little coverage compared to Europe, though The History of … Continue reading
Harry Fecitt MBE TD, a self-styled old campaigner, sparks discussion with his review on The Great War Forum: “This is a pictorial book that contains many relevant Great War photographs taken in East Africa and India. The story uses the … Continue reading
Journal of the Families in British India Society (FIBIS): Issue 26 – Autumn 2011 ‘I Can Never Say Enough About The Men’ – A History of the Jammu & Kashmir Rifles throughout their World War One East African Campaign by Andrew … Continue reading
Peter Baxter of Eco Travel Africa casts his experienced eye over the book and offers his thoughts below: “I had noticed in my general browsing of the web that a new book associated with the East Africa Campaign of World War I had been … Continue reading
Alick Finlayson shares his impression of the book ‘I Can Never Say Enough About The Men’ in issue 151 of The British Army Review magazine: “Originally, Andrew Kerr decided he wanted to conduct some gentle research into his family history … Continue reading
The book ‘I Can Never Say Enough About The Men’ was successfully launched in November 2010. Andrew Kerr was joined at the book signing by members of the modern Jammu & Kashmir Rifles regiment.
A Glossary of terms relevant to the Jammu & Kashmir Rifles’ historic WWI journey through East Africa has now been added under the ‘Background’ tab on the main menu. The Glossary will be updated regularly. If you have any suggestions … Continue reading