To the British of the later nineteenth century the Sikhs were the epitome of stalwart native soldiery. Small units of them pop up all over East Africa during the Scramble, backing up local levies and generally saving the Empire. Add more Sikhs and mountain Artillery from our NW Frontier range, or use these "Darkest Africa" Sikhs in the any of the other battles and campaigns that they fought in all over the world.
8 miniatures. Supplied unpainted.
DA091 - Stouthearted Brits
DA092 - Sikh and Askari NCO's
DA093 - Solid Chaps to a Man
DA096 - Advancing Askari