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THE LEGION OF FRONTIERSMEN
OF THE COMMONWEALTH
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Outrider of Empire

One Hundred Years

Topic of the Month
Apr/May 2014
Who Was
Texas Thompson?

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First 10 Years
First World War
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Between the Wars
After the Second War
Canada
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Round the World

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Additional
Pocket Book
The Summer of 1914
Remount Depots
A Minor Skirmish
The Reason Why
...and finally
New! Battle of Bukoba

Canada Articles
LOF Original Locations
Canada Timeline
   Part One
   Part Two
   Part Three
   Part Four
   Part Five
RCMP & Frontiersmen
Links with Loyal
   Edmonton Regt.
Inuit Frontiersman
Victoria Volunteer
   Mounted Rifles
LOF Winchester Rifles
A Smuggling Story
Aerial Scouts
   and Airships
A Canadian Hero

NZ Articles
Wearing of the
   Buttonhole Badge

Recent History
Frontiersmen Today
Centenary Parade
Belgian Day 2004
Colours Ceremony

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2002-2014
Geoffrey A. Pocock.
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The Legion of Frontiersmen celebrated its centenary in 2004-5. This website tells of the true history of the Legion and also of the 25th Fusiliers (Frontiersmen) in East Africa in the First War.

OUTRIDER OF EMPIRE
The Life and Adventures of Roger Pocock

by Geoffrey A. Pocock,
historian of the Legion of Frontiersmen
is now published and available

Outrider of Empire

A dreamer of dreams, an adventurer, and a man of many ideas,
Roger Pocock was an inveterate, world-ranging traveller...
read more...


Now Updated: First World War

Also available...
One Hundred Years
A book about the history of the Legion of Frontiersmen, from Geoffrey A. Pocock, historian of the Legion of Frontiersmen

One Hundred Years

This is the extraordinary story of the Legion of Frontiersmen, a band of patriots and adventurers, whose exploits throughout Britain and the Commonwealth in the hour of need cover the last hundred years...

read more...


Formed at the end of 1904 for fellowship and for service to the State at any time of need, the Legion has been the centre of many myths. This website sets the record straight and tells the truth of the extraordinary history of those who served humanity selflessly and often made the greatest sacrifice of all.

Frontiersmen Badge

The Legion of Frontiersmen has always held that anyone of any age, colour, creed, ability or disability can be of service to his or her fellows and community through its ranks.

Painting by Koekkoek

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One Hundred Years

Topic of the Month
Apr/May 2014
Who Was
Texas Thompson?


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Driscoll and Pocock


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© Copyright
2002-2014
Geoffrey A. Pocock.
All rights reserved.