Category: BSA Police

Categories: Rhodesia | Second Boer War

The BSA Police was the police force in then Rhodesia with origins in 1896, its predecessor forces being the British South Africa Company Police and both the Mashonaland Mounted Police and the Matabeleland Mounted Police. In consequence of the Jameson Raid debacle, the British High Commission in the Cape placed all Southern Rhodesian Forces, including the Police, under the command of a Commandant General, Sir Richard Martin. The force also played a small role, along side imperial and colonial troops and volunteers, in the Anglo Boer War, continuing to function as Mashonaland and Matabeleland forces until their merger in 1903. BSA Police Website; Wikipedia - BSA Police

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