Rare map sheds light on deadly perils of the Great War’s forgotten campaign

A rare map from McMaster’s extensive World War One map collection is shedding light on the little-known German East Africa campaign where troops were more likely to die from disease than enemy fire, and which was fought in regions so remote, its soldiers were the last in the Great War to lay down their arms.


Rare map sheds light on deadly perils of the Great War’s forgotten campaign

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