Front Page
Whats New
Search the Site!!
For Sale
Guest Book
The Kaisers Cross
Fake Documents.
Which Unit?
Uniforms + Militaria
The Raiders
In the Trenches
Mobile warfare
The Casualties
The Battles
Verdun
The German Army
Alpenkorps
The Weapons
Photo Corner
The Croix de Guerre
The Men
Letters
German DSWA
South Africa: WW1 in Africa
Harry's Africa
Who is Harry
The Jebu War
Angoniland Rebellion
Gambia 1866
Egypt 1882
Sierra Leone 1887-88
Witu 1890
Gambia 1891-2
Juba River 1893
Bronkhorst Spruit
Bechuanaland 1896-97
Rejaf 1897
Taita Hills 1898
East Africa Police
British East Africa, 1913
Baganda Rifles
Ross's Scouts
Lake Chad area 1914
British East Africa 1914
Tunduru GEA
Nyasaland 1918
Narungombe GEA
Zuganatto GEA
Mafia Island GEA
Kikarunga Hill GEA
Cameroon 1914
Kisii 1914
2LNL in East Africa
Kamerun 1915
Lubembe Point, 1915
Advance into GEA 1916
Blockade Breakers GEA
Wienholt, the Bush Scout
Darfur 1916
Kibata, GEA 1916-17
Bweho-Chini 1917
Lukuledi GEA 1917
Narunyu GEA 1917
Longido West 1915
Somaliland 1884-1898
Somaliland 1901
Somaliland 1902-1903
Somaliland 1903-04 A
Somaliland 1903-04 B
Somaliland 1903-04 C
Somaliland 1903-04 D
Somaliland 1905-13
Suez Canal 14-15
Suez Canal 15 cont.
Sikhs and the Senussi
Magadi Defence Force
The Gambia Company
The Uganda RVR
Capt. Bloomfield VC
Shimber Berris
Northern Rhodesian Rifles
Northern Rhodesia 14-15
BSAP Special Reserve
Cole's Scouts
Togoland 1914
Yabasi, Kamerun 1914
Uganda Volunteer Reserve
EA MG Coy 1915-16
Malangali 1916
Lake Victoria Ops
Portuguese East Africa, 1918
Lioma, PEA, August 1918
Somaliland Camel Corps
Somaliland 1915-19
Southern GEA, Oct 1916
Cape Corps in Action
Rhodesia Native Regt.
Uganda 1902 - 1913
Portuguese Ops, GEA 1916
Mounted Infantry Coy
2nd KAR in GEA 1917
Rumbo to the  Rovuma
The "Mad Mullah"
Mad Mullah - The End 1920
Loyal North Lancs MGC 1
Loyal North Lancs MGC 2
African Odyssey
Tug Argan
Initial Encounters Sudan 1940
Somaliland 1940-41
MiD - West Africa
MSM to WAFF - West Africa
MiD to WAFF - East Africa
WAFF East African DSO
Kenya - June 1940
Operation Line: 1942
Harry's Sideshows...
Stars and Hearts
Freikorps Documents
French Colonial Awards
GSWA History 1914-15
The Boer war
British Groups
neu
Forum
Research Links
texts
Articles
Diary
Links
Assorted maps/Photos
Whats New to end mar
GMIC Newsletters
OOBs
Sigs
The EK1
 


To return to part 3 HERE

Conclusion of the Fourth Campaign  

The Fourth Campaign had cost sterling pounds 2,500,000.  The British had lost 3 officers and 31 other ranks killed, and 10 officers and 54 other ranks wounded.  Egerton claimed to have killed over 2,000 dervishes and seized nearly 500 rifles, 24,000 camels and 36,000 head of other stock.  Perhaps closer cooperation from the Italians and the Mijertain chiefs could have resulted in the Mullah’s death or capture but once the rains fell the dervishes and their herds enjoyed freedom of movement in most directions, and they were unstoppable.  

Egerton’s final despatch drew to a close by saying:

“But though he (the Mullah) personally has not been captured, the effectual blow dealt him at Jidballi, the capture of the greater part of his stock, the wholesale desertions of his adherents, the destruction of Illig, and the relentless following up so long as he remained in the British Protectorate have broken his power for a long time to come, and it will depend on the future policy of the Protectorate Administration whether it has not been broken finally and for all time.  This, I take it, was the true object of the campaign.”  

The British government concurred, ended the ‘expeditionary period’ of military campaigns in Somaliland and handed the initiative back to the civil administration.  The British and Indian soldiers went home with the exception of the 101st Grenadiers, the 107th Pioneers and the two Indian MI companies; these four units stayed to garrison Somaliland until reliefs arrived from India in the Autumn.  The Italians now negotiated with the Mullah who agreed to accept Italian protection in return for locating peacefully to a coastal area near Illig; the British government later recognized this situation.  But the Mullah was only resting and re-grouping – there were 16 more years of fight left in him and his followers!

Above: The medals of Askari Katapoli, 2KAR, who served on the 4th Campaign.

Campaign Medal and Clasps  

A medal was now sanctioned to recognize service whether in the Second, Third or Fourth Campaign, or in any two of these campaigns or in all of them.  It was the Africa General Service Medal with clasp SOMALILAND 1902-04.  Those present at the Battle of Jidballi, including the baggage guard left behind under the command of Major W.B. Mullins, 27th Punjabis, were awarded a second clasp titled JIDBALLI.    


Honours Bestowed

GCB (Knights Grand Cross of the Most Honourable Order of the Bath) to:

-Lieutenant General Sir Charles Comyn Egerton KCB DSO, Indian Army.

CB (Companion, of the Most Honourable Order of the Bath) to:

-Colonel John Francis Williamson CMG, Royal Army Medical Corps.
-Lieutenant Colonel Charles Grant Mansell Fasken, formerly 52nd Sikhs (Frontier Force), Indian Army.
-Lieutenant Colonel John Christopher Swann, formerly 101st Grenadiers, Indian Army.
-Major and Brevet Lieutenant Colonel (Brigadier General) Eric John Eagles Swayne, 16th Rajputs (The Lucknow Regiment), Indian Army.                                                         

KCMG (Knight Commander of the Most Distinguished Order of Saint Michael and Saint George) to:

-Brevet Lieutenant Colonel (local Brigadier General) William Henry Manning CB, -Inspector General of the King’s African Rifles, formerly 51st Sikhs (Frontier Force), Indian Army.


CMG (Companion of the Most Distinguished Order of Saint Michael and Saint George) to:

-Captain the Honourable Alexander Edward Bethell, Royal Navy, Assistant Director of Naval Ordnance. -Brevet Colonel Alexander Nelson Rochfort CB, Royal Artillery.

Honorary CMG to Count Guido Mori Ubaldini Alberti, Captain in the Italian Cavalry and Italian Representative on the Fourth Campaign.  

Above: The medals of Subadar Ishar Singh, 45th Rattray's Sikhs, who served on the 4th Campaign.

Military Awards (not already mentioned in the text)  

Companionship of the Distinguish Service Order was awarded to:

-Commander Charles James Cope Kendall, Royal Indian Marine.
-Major Robert Franklin Allen, Royal Engineers.
-Major (temporary Lieutenant Colonel) Philip John Hantham Aplin, 107th Pioneers, Indian Army.
-Captain and Brevet Major George Tom Molesworth Bridges, Royal Artillery.
-Major Alexander Henry Eustace, 52nd Sikhs (Frontier Force), Indian Army.
-Major Honourable John Graham Hope Horsley Beresford, 7th Hussars.
-Captain Geoffrey Charles Shakerley, King’s Royal Rifle Corps.
-Captain Charles Beresford Maule Harris, Army Veterinary Department. 
-Captain Corrie Hudson, Indian Medical Service.
-Captain Albert Ernest Hamerton, Royal Army Medical Corps.
-Captain George Remington Breading, Worcestershire Regiment and 3rd King’s African Rifles.
-Lieutenant James Henry Morton, Indian Medical Service.    

Brevet Promotions were awarded to:

To be Colonel:

-Lieutenant Colonel Alexander Wallace, 27th Punjabis, Indian Army.
-Lieutenant Colonel W.R. Yeilding CIE DSO, Supply and Transport Corps, Indian Army.  
To be Lieutenant Colonel:

-Major H.E. Stanton DSO, Royal Artillery.
-Major G.T. Forestier-Walker, Royal Artillery.
-Major P.A. Kenna VC DSO, 21st Lancers.
-Major R.G. Brooke DSO, 7th Hussars.
-Major S.C.F. Jackson DSO, Hampshire Regiment.
-Major W.G. Walker VC, 1st Battalion 4th Gurkha Rifles, Indian Army.  

To be Majors:

-Captain W.B. Lesslie, Royal Engineers.
-Captain H. de B. Codrington, Supply and Transport Corps, Indian Army. 
-Captain (local Major) M.L. Hornby DSO, 56th Infantry (Frontier Force), Indian Army and 5th King’s African Rifles.  
-Captain (local Major) P.B. Osborn DSO, Oxfordshire Light Infantry and 6th King’s African Rifles (Commanded No 5 MI Company).
-Captain A. Skeen, 24th Punjabis, Indian Army.
-Captain L.M.R. Deas, Supply and Transport Corps, Indian Army.      

Deferred Brevet Awards

For the Brevet rank of Lieutenant Colonel on attaining the rank of Major:

-Captain (Local Lieutenant Colonel) A.S. Cobbe VC DSO, 32nd Sikh Pioneers, Indian Army and 1st King’s African Rifles.  

For the Brevet rank of Major on attaining the rank of Captain:

-Lieutenant (Local Captain) A.C.H. Dixon, the West India Regiment and 6th King’s African Rifles.
-Lieutenant R.D. Marjoribanks, 107th Pioneers, Indian Army, (employed as an Intelligence Officer).    

Indian Officers brought to the notice of the Government of India:

-Assistant Commandant Gurbaksh Singh, Bikaner Camel Corps.
-Subadar Isar Singh, 52nd Sikhs (Frontier Force).
-Subadar Bhairo Gujar, 119th Infantry (The Mooltan Regiment), Mounted Infantry.
-Ressaldar Bhai Khan, 55th Silladar Camel Corps.
-3rd Class Hospital Assistant Mumtaz Ali Khan, No 69 Native Field Hospital.  

Battlefield Promotion

-Ressaldar Musa Farah, 6th (Somali) King’s African Rifles, was promoted to the rank of Ressaldar Major.    

Names Mentioned in General Egerton’s Despatch Published in the London Gazette dated September 2 1904   -

The General’s two lists have been combined and brief descriptions of duties recorded.  

Head-quarter Personal Staff

-Captain R.G. Munn, 36th Sikhs, Indian Army. Aide-de-Camp.
-Lieutenant J. B. Egerton, 23rd Cavalry (Frontier Force), Indian Army.  Aide-de-Camp.
-Honorary Lieutenant Malik Umar Hyat Khan, 18th Tiwana Lancers, Indian Army. Orderly Officer.  

Head-Quarter Staff

-Major H.E. Stanton DSO, Royal Artillery. Chief Staff Officer.
-Major C.O. Swanston DSO, 18th Tiwana Lancers, Indian Army.  Staff Officer.
-Major (Local Lieutenant Colonel) G.T. Forestier-Walker, Royal Artillery, Senior Intelligence Officer.
-Major R. F. Allen, Royal Engineers. Senior Royal Engineer.
-Colonel J.F. Williamson, CMG, Royal Army Medical Corps.  Principal Medical Officer.
-Lieut.-Colonel W.R. Yeilding, CIE DSO, Indian Army.  Director of Supply and Transport.
-Commander E.S. Carey, Royal Navy.  Provost Marshal.
-Captain W.B. Lesslie, Royal Engineers. Adjutant to Commander Royal Engineers.
-Captain C.B.M. Harris, Army Veterinary Department.  Inspecting Veterinary Officer.
-Captain H.E.S. Cordeaux, CMG, 109th Infantry, Indian Army.   Political Officer.
-Captain L.W.D. Everett, Welsh Regiment and 6th King's African Rifles. Intelligence Officer.
-Lieutenant W.H. Evans, Royal Engineers. Intelligence Officer.
-Captain H.B. Protheroe-Smith, 21st (Empress of India’s) Lancers. Superintendent of Army Signalling.
-Captain E.P. Carter, Royal Artillery. Principal Ordnance Officer.
-Major T.H. Henderson, Military Accounts Department, Indian Army. 
-Captain G. A. Beazeley, Royal Engineers. Survey Officer.
-Reverend Father E.M. Morgan, Chaplain 1st Class (Roman Catholic), Army Chaplains’ Department. Senior Chaplain.  

1st Brigade Staff.

-Brigadier-General W.H. Manning, CB.  Formerly 51st Sikhs (Frontier Force), Indian Army.
-Captain J. H. Lloyd, 2nd Battalion of the 3rd Queen Alexandra’s Own Goorkha Rifles, Indian Army. Staff Officer.
-Lieutenant H.W. Peebles, Reserve of Officers, Aide-de-Camp to General Manning.  

2nd Brigade Staff

-Brigadier-General C.G.M. Fasken.   Formerly 52nd Sikhs (Frontier Force), Indian Army.
-Captain P.C. Eliot-Lockhart, DSO, Queen's Own Corps of Guides, Indian Army.  Brigade Staff Officer.
-Lieutenant B.R. Moberly, 66th Punjabis (attached 52nd Sikhs), Indian Army. Orderly Officer.  

Mounted Troops Staff.

-Major (local Lieutenant Colonel) P.A. Kenna VC DSO, 21st Lancers.
-Captain A. Skeen, 24th Punjabis, Indian Army.  Staff Officer.  

Line of Communications Staff.

-Lieutenant Colonel (local Colonel) J.C. Swann, 101st Grenadiers, Indian Army.
-Captain G.B. Roberts, Royal Engineers. Director of Army Telegraphs.
-Major E.M. Woodward, Leicestershire Regiment. Base Commandant.
-Lieutenant W.B. Roberts, 101st Grenadiers, Indian Army.
-Captain J.H.W. Pollard, Royal Scots Fusiliers. Staff Officer.
-Captain H.H.F. Turner, 2nd Lancers (Gardner’s Horse), Indian Army. Staff Officer.
-Captain P.G. Grant, Royal Engineers. Duties on lines of communication.  

REGIMENTAL OFFICERS,

Mounted Troops.

-Brevet Major J.R.M. Marsh, Lincolnshire Regiment, Commanding 1st Mounted Corps.
-Major R.G. Brooke, 7th Hussars, DSO, Commanding 2nd Mounted Corps.
-Major W.G. Walker VC, 1st Battalion 4th Goorkha Rifles, Indian Army. Commanding Bikanir Camel Corps.
-Captain G. C. Shakerley, King's Royal Rifle Corps.
-Brevet Major G.T.M. Bridges, Royal Artillery.
-Major Honourable J.G.H.H. Beresford, 7th Hussars.
-Captain M.G.E. Bell, Rifle Brigade, Commanding No. 2 Mounted Infantry Company.
-Captain W.J. Mitchell, 124th Duchess of Connaught’s Own Baluchistan Infantry, Indian Army.   Commanding No 6 Mounted Infantry Company.
-Captain A.K. Rawlins, DSO, 24th Punjabis, Indian Army. Attached Bikanir Camel Corps.
-Captain J.H. Deane, 1st Battalion Hampshire Regiment.
-Lieutenant H.E. Henderson, Royal Artillery. Commanding 28th (Lahore) Mountain Battery.
-Major W.B. Mullins, 27th Punjabis, Indian Army. Commanded independent columns.
-Captain C.P. Wynter, 52nd Sikhs, Indian Army.
-Lieutenant (local Captain) A.C.H. Dixon, West India Regiment and 6th King's African Rifles.  

Regimental Officers

-Major S.C.F. Jackson, DSO, Hampshire Regiment.
-Lieutenant W. Bovet, Royal Engineers, No. 17 Company, Sappers and Miners.
-Lieutenant Colonel A. Wallace, 27th Punjabis, Indian Army.
-Major A.H. Eustace, 52nd Sikhs (Frontier Force), Indian Army. Commanded 52nd Sikhs.
-Captain C.C. Fenner, 59th Scinde Rifles (Frontier Force), Indian Army, attached to the 52nd Sikhs.  Commanded 52nd Sikhs at Jidballi.
-Brevet Lieutenant Colonel C.J. Melliss, VC, the 101st Grenadiers, Indian Army.  Commanded 101st Grenadiers and Tribal Levies.
-Colonel P.T.H. Aplin, 107th Pioneers, Indian Army.
-Captain (local Lieutenant Colonel) A.S. Cobbe, VC DSO, 32nd Sikh Pioneers, Indian Army, and 1st King's African Rifles.  Commanded his battalion.
-Lieutenant (local Captain) G.R. Breading, Worcestershire Regiment and 3rd King's African Rifles.  Commanded his company.
-Captain (local Major) P.B. Osborn, DSO, Oxfordshire Light Infantry and 6th King's African Rifles.  Commanded No 5 (Somali) MI Company.
-Lieutenant R.D. Marjoribanks, 107th Pioneers, Indian Army, Intelligence Officer.  

Supply and Transport Corps.

-Captain H. de B. Codrington, Indian Army, Assistant Director Supply and Transport.
-Captain H.A. Lane, 30th Lancers (Gordon’s Horse), Indian Army. Worked with Silladar Transport Corps.
-Captain F.C. Poole DSO, Royal Garrison Artillery.  Worked with Somali Camel Corps.
-Captain E.B. Macnaghten, Royal Artillery. Worked with Somali Camel Corps.
-Captain A.R. Burlton, Supply and Transport Corps, Indian Army. Worked at the Advanced Base.
-Lieutenant H.W. Niven, 25th Cavalry (Frontier Force), Indian Army. Worked with 56th Silladar Camel Corps.
-Captain F.W. Hallowes, Supply and Transport Corps, Indian Army.
-Captain C.B.L. Clery, 125th Napier’s Rifles, Indian Army. Worked with 3rd Somali Camel Corps.
-Captain L.N. Beatty, 31st Duke of Connaught’s Own Lancers, Indian Army. 11th Somali Camel Corps.
-Captain J.A. Longridge, Supply and Transport Corps, Indian Army.  Worked with 1st Brigade.
-Lieutenant C.L. Norman, Queen's Own Corps of Guides, Indian Army. Worked with 1st Ekka (Pony Cart) Train.
-Captain E.W.W. Scott, Army Service Corps.  

Medical Department.

-Captain A.E. Hamerton, Royal Army Medical Corps.
-Captain C. Hudson, Indian Medical Service.
-Captain B. de C. O'Grady, Royal Army Medical Corps.
-Captain F.L. Blenkinsop, Indian Medical Service.
-Major P.W. Gee, Indian Medical Service.  

Miscellaneous.

-Colonel A.N. Rochfort, CB, Royal Artillery. British Representative with the Abyssinian Forces.
-Commander C.J.C. Kendall, Royal Indian Marine.  Marine Transport Officer.
-Count Alberti, the Italian Representative with the expedition.
-Commander E.W. Huddleston, Royal Indian Marine.  Marine Transport Officer.
-Captain (local Major) H.W. Rattigan, King's Own Scottish Borderers, Staff Officer 1st Brigade.
-Reverend J.M. Simms, Chaplain 1st Class, Army Chaplains’ Department (Church of Scotland).
-Reverend J. Blackbourne, Chaplain 3rd Class, Army Chaplains’ Department (Church of England). Chaplain to 2nd Brigade.
-Mr. C.W. Wynch, Superintendent of Post Offices.
-Mr. H.M. O'Byrne, Chief of Customs at Berbera.  

Naval and Marine.

-Captain E.R. Pears, Royal Navy, late of His Majesty's ship Perseus.
-Captain F.S. Pelham, Royal Navy, His Majesty's ship Fox.
-Commander A.J. Hotham, Royal Navy, His Majesty's ship Porpoise.
-Commander M.R. Hill, Royal Navy, His Majesty's ship Perseus.
-Commander A.J.G. Piffard, Royal Indian Marine, hospital ship Hardinge.
-Commander T.A.L. de Berry, Royal Indian Marine, hospital ship Hardinge.  

Native Officers, Indian Army.

-Assistant Commandant Gurbaksh Singh, Bikanir Camel Corps.
-Subadar Isar Singh, 52nd Sikhs (Frontier Force).
-Subadar Bhairo Gujar, 119th Infantry (The Mooltan Regiment).  (Mounted Infantry).
-Resaldar Bhai Khan, 55th Silladar Camel Corps.
-Subadar Bhagwant Singh, Bikanir Camel Corps.
-Jemadar Ishar Singh, 45th Rattray’s Sikhs. (Mounted Infantry).
-Subadar Krishna Appaji, No.19 Company, Bombay Sappers and Miners.
-Subadar Siwa Moduck, 101st Grenadiers.
-Subadar Major Rahim Khan, 107th Pioneers.
-Resaldar Mahomed Ishmail Khan, 56th Silladar Camel Corps.
-Resaldar Mahomed Sharif Khan, 57th Silladar Camel Corps.
-Third Class Hospital Assistant, Mumtaz Ali Khan, No. 69 Native Field Hospital.  

Native Rank and File.

-No. 33 Colour-Serjeant Haimedi, 1st King's African Rifles.  

Warrant Officers, Non-commissioned Officers and Men.

-Conductor H. Pepper, Indian Army Unattached List.  Supply and Transport.
-Sub-Conductor R.L. Bristow, Supply and Transport Corps, Indian Army.
-Conductor F.J. Skinner, Supply and Transport Corps, Indian Army.
-No. 844, Colour-Serjeant (Acting Detachment Serjeant-Major) Thomas Urry, 1st Bn. Hampshire Regiment.
-No. 8592, Colour-Serjeant William George Crisp, King's Royal Rifle Corps (Mounted Infantry).
-No. 26941, Serjeant J.E. Symonds, Royal Engineers, (Telegraph Section).
-Conductor A.J. Burgess, Indian Ordnance Department, Indian Army.
-Conductor H.T. Gasson, Royal Engineers.  Worked in Field Park.
-Staff Quarter-Master-Serjeant W. Dornan, Army Service Corps.
-Staff-Serjeant J.C. Rosser, Indian Army Unattached List.
-Staff Serjeant-Farrier P.A. Pope, Army Veterinary Department.
-Armourer-Serjeant (2nd class) Allan Gibb, Army Ordnance Department, attached to the King's African Rifles.
-No. 296, Colour-Serjeant A.E. Ayres, Rifle Brigade (Mounted Infantry).
-Serjeant G.F. Vahey, Supply and Transport Corps Indian Army.
-Serjeant G. Griffen, 1st Battalion Dorsetshire Regiment, attached to the Supply and Transport Corps.
-Serjeant W. Cain, Cameronians, attached to the Supply and Transport Corps.
-No. 14008, Corporal D. Watt, Royal Army Medical Corps.  Worked with Ambulance Corps.
-Lance-Corporal (local Serjeant) G.W. Morris, 1st Battalion Lincolnshire Regiment.
-Lance-Corporal H. Dobson, King's Royal Rifle Corps (Provost Establishment).  

Miscellaneous.

-Mr. C. St.C. Cameron, Military Accounts Department.
-Mr. Gariba, Indian Postal Department.    

SOURCES:  
-Frontier and Overseas Expeditions from India Volume VI, Expeditions Overseas, compiled by the Intelligence Branch, Army HQ India, published by the Indian Government, 1911, reprinted by The Naval & Military Press Ltd.  
-The Official History of The Operations in Somaliland 1901-04, reprinted by The Naval & Military Press Ltd.  
-Abbott, P.E., Recipients of the Distinguished Conduct Medal 1855 – 1909, Second Edition.  1987, J.B. Hayward & Son, Polstead, Suffolk.  
-Arthur, Max, Symbol of Courage. A Complete History of the Victoria Cross.  2004, Pan Macmillan Ltd., London.  
-Fevyer, W.H. and Wilson, J.W., The Africa General Service Medal to the Royal Navy and the Royal Marines.  1989, Naval & Military Press.  
-Hayward, J., Birch,D., and Bishop, R., British Battles and Medals.  2006, Spink, London.  
-Jardine, Douglas, The Mad Mullah of Somaliland.  1923, Herbert Jenkins Ltd., London.  
-Graham, Brigadier General C.A.L., The History of the Indian Mountain Artillery.  1957, Gale & Polden Ltd, Aldershot.  
-Moyse-Bartlett, H., The King’s African Rifles.  1956, Gale & Polden Ltd, Aldershot.  Reprinted by The Naval & Military Press Ltd.  
-The Naval Review, 1934, Volume 22, page 747.  Notes by an old First Lieutenant and Commander.  
-Tugwell, Lieutenant Colonel W.B.P., History of the Bombay Pioneers 1777 – 1933.  Reprinted by The Naval & Military Press Ltd.  
-Despatches published in The London Gazette.  


(An edited version of this article has appeared in recent editions of the Journal of the Anglo-Somali Society http://www.anglosomalisociety.org.uk/Home.php )

To return to harryy's Africa go HERE

 
Top