Battle of Narungombe

Battle of Narungombe
Part of East African Campaign
Location Portuguese East Africa
Belligerents
 Germany  United Kingdom

 Belgium

 Portugal

The Battle of Narungombe was fought between the German Empire and Portugal during the East African Campaign of World War I.

The battle honour "Narungombe" has been granted to the Ghana Regiment, King's African Rifles and the South African 7th and 8th Infantry Regiment.

References

Coordinates: 9°16′55″S 38°34′21″E / 9.28194°S 38.57246°E / -9.28194; 38.57246

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