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We Die Like Brothers


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Table of Contents

1. Introduction
2. The Story of WW1 labour
3. South Africa and the outbreak of WW1
4. The birth of the SANLC
5. Native labour for France
6. The SANLC goes to France
7. Seaward the Great Ships
8. The last voyage of the Mendi
9. Aftermath and enquiry
10. Dyobha - the man and the myth
11. Foreign labour on the Western Front
12. The SANLC experiment ends
13. An archaeological insight

About the Author

John Gribble is an experienced diver who has explored the SS Mendi site and runs his own marine archaeology consultancy. Graham Scott is an archaeologist for Wessex Archaeology


Gribble and Scott attempt to untangle truth from myth. Their research is thorough. The story is well told; it is an absorbing read. -- Sir Tim Laurence * Navy News, Feb 2017 *

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