One of the people who took part in Second World War has died in Nkhotakota district at the age 106.
According to information that Malawi24 has gathered, the deceased Mr Kalaka was one of Malawians who fought during the Second World War which occurred from 1939 to 1945.
According to a relative of the war veteran, Peter Kapanga, the fallen soldier used to tell them about his experience during the war and how he survived.
“He told us that he survived critical situation during the war and that the British were just recruiting them without their knowledge,” he said.
The war veteran was laid to rest on Friday at Kapanga Cemetery in the village of Kapanga, Traditional Authority Malengachanzi in Nkhotakota where he came from.
The Second World War was arguably the most significant period of the 20th century.
It brought about major leaps in technology and laid the groundwork that permitted post-war social changes including the end of European colonialism, the civil rights movement in the United States, and the modern women’s rights movement, as well as the programs for exploring outer space.
The primary combatants in the were the Axis nations (Nazi Germany, Fascist Italy, Imperial Japan and their smaller allies) and the allied nations, led by Britain (and its Commonwealth nations), the Union of Soviet Socialist Republics and the United States of America.
The Allies were the victors. Two superpowers, the USA and USSR, emerged from World War II to begin a Cold War with each other that defined much of the rest of the century.
What z name of de Vateran? RIP
Wokupha anthu uja nayense wafa shame!!!!!
time……. Rest in peace
Msilikali odya sima yachinangwa kaka…….Osati migayiwayi.Rest in peace kaka…..
Sorry Malawi ,RIP Grandfa
Rest in peace grandpa we will miss u but will always remember for everything to done to us
Rest in peace our grandfather will miss you
In which countries did he fought during world war2????
Kings african riffles
Salute soldier RIP
Mmm rest in piece
Muzimu Wawo Uwuse M’mtendere
May his soul rest in peace
The lion, gallant fighter, the indomitable, patriotic, fearless soldier, RIP. We crave for your legacy!!!!!! Amen.
Kkkkkkkkk mufuna titenge Oxford dictionary big?
Anatengapo mbali yiti pa ww2? R.I.P
Inalilah Wainalilah Rajuuni
ause muntendere #anganga
pang’ono pamenepo agogo anga amatusela aja amapezeka mu m’baibulo buku la Genesis anamwalira ndi zaka 969
That was European war,they just used African people as frontline soldiers…kufera za eni.
Mmmh sanafetu nthawi yankhondoyo man kkkkkkkk
rest in peace soldier
May his soul rest in peace
Big up soldier R l P
when an old man dies, a library burns to the ground…R.I.P…
Asilikali akale amazisunga mpaka kufika zaka 106 …..pomwe a lero wa Midoli too much
kkkkkk plus ganja ma hule pompo
I think Malawi government should sue british government for slavery, that wasnt world war it was their war.
msilikali wamake dzana MHSRIP
ndiye boma lapangapo chani? afunika achitepo kanthu apa, wadyelera mkuluyu 106
Nde Wadyerera tu
R I P
may so rest in peace
tengaponi mbali boma ndithu anthu ofunika ndamenewo kupereka ulemu otsiriza
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