Fiji Volunteers 1900

The British officers stand and sit at the back. I cannot say what unit they represent, although the central figure with a white helmet is a staff officer. The three seated officers of the Fiji Volunteers wear a blue tunic and a white sulu (kilt) and are barefoot. They carry swords which are slung from belts worn beneath the tunic.

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by Stephen Luscombe