Elo Sambo (1885-1933) was a Cameroonian who served in the Imperial German Army in World War I, notable for being one of very few Africans to do so. He served as the kettle drummer in the Life Guard Hussars of Potsdam (1907–18) and later the 4th Cavalry Regiment of the Reichswehr, also at Potsdam. He was awarded the Iron Cross, first and second class.
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