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The 7th Contingent was a strong battalion of mounted infantry which formed part of the 1st Commonwealth Horse.

The 7th Contingent was commanded by Lieutenant Colonel J Sanderson-Lyster, formerly of the 71st Highland Light Infantry. They arrived in time to take part in the closing scenes in the Western Transvaal.

Click on the icon to read the account of this unit from Lt Col P L Murray's 1911 'Official Records of the Australian Military Contingents to the War in South Africa' pdficon_large

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