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Apart from their sabres, they were armed with carbines, either the 8·mm 1886 Lebel, or the 1890/92 Berthier The French Zouave. The Zouaves were recruited mostly from the while population of the French colonies of North Africa, and wore the traditional uniform shown here in the opening stages of the war. Their equipment and small arms were identical with those of ordinary infantry regiments of the line. and comprised a metal-framed pack (containing spare boots, great coat, blankets and mess tin), and the standard 8·mm 1886 Lebel rifle 33 For King and Country Bntlsh recruitmg and propaganda posters lended to stress the facI that recruits were servmg their kmg: In spite of this patnotlC appeal.
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7 canvas holdall containing comb, shaving kit, etc. Right: A soldier of the Imperial Camel Corps Brigade. which included BritiSh. Australian, New Zealand and Indian troops. There was a considerable degree of individualism in the dress and equipment of members of the Brigade. who often used Arab items as well as British j ,:•, , 40 A Bedouin tribesman. His head is covered with a keffiyeh. bound with an aga/• a double coil of goat hair >' • Below: SoldIers of the Indian Army. From feft to fight: A sepoy of the 2nd Gurkha RIfles.