General Cunningham inspects troops at outpost of Somaliland
British Army retake Somaliland from the Italians during World War II.
Facing too much danger in a country surrounded by Italian properties, refugees, military, and government officials evacuate the Somali Republic by boat and cross the Gulf of Aden
The King's African Rifles guard the border between British and French Somaliland.
Somali Camel Corps trains under Britsh officers in Djibouti (formally French Somaliland)
Two South African Airmen relate their tale of being shot down over enemy territory.
Indian troops in Africa prepare for battle whilst their Commander in Chief praises them.