Breaker Morant Bushveld Cabineers T Shirt



Breaker Morant Bushveldt Carbineers T Shirt

The BACK T Shirt features an historically Accurate Recruiting Poster for the Bushveld Carbineers (the unit to which Harry 'Breaker' Morant belonged) on the BACK and the 'Rule .303' on the FRONT.

The Bushveldt Carbineers (BVC) were a short-lived, multinational mounted infantry regiment of the British Army, raised in South Africa during the Second Boer War. The BVC is recognized as the world's first modern Special forces for the use of counter insurgency tactics.

The 320-strong regiment was formed in February 1901 and commanded by an Australian Colonel R. W. Lenehan. It was based at Pietersburg, 260 Kilometres north-east of Pretoria, and saw action in the Spelonken region of the Northern Transvaal during 1901–1902. About forty percent of the men in the BVC were Australians, and the regiment also included about forty surrendered Boers, known as 'joiners', who had been recruited from the internment camps.

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Hanes Tagless 100% Cotton T Shirt

  • Shoulder-to-shoulder taping - provides additional comfort.
  • Double-needle-cover seamed neck - keeps the collar from waving.
  • Preshrunk jersey knit and double-needle sleeve and bottom hem - helps the shirt holds its shape longer.
  • Ring-spun fabric - softer and more durable for better washing and wearing.