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  • THE CRIMEAN WAR, 1854 - 1856

    THE CRIMEAN WAR, 1854 - 1856

    part of "ROYAL ARCHIVES, WINDSOR COLLECTION" (photographs) Made by: Robertson James

    Q 71234

    Views of the ruined interior of the Great Redan, one of the six main redoubts which defended Sevastopol, showing broken parapets and abandoned guns.

  • THE SECOND OPIUM WAR, 1856-1860

    THE SECOND OPIUM WAR, 1856-1860

    part of "ROYAL ARTILLERY INSTITUTION" (photographs) 1860-08-21

    Q 69850

    Dead Chinese soldiers lying by walls of the North Taku Forts. The photograph shows embrasure in the wall of the fort.

  • THE CRIMEAN WAR 1854-1856

    THE CRIMEAN WAR 1854-1856

    part of "ANNAND A MCK" (photographs) Made by: Robertson James

    Q 69783

    The Ukrainian city of Sevastopol seen from the Malakoff No.2 Redoubt showing war damage.

  • THE CRIMEAN WAR 1853-1856

    THE CRIMEAN WAR 1853-1856

    part of "ANNAND A MCK" (photographs)

    Q 69784

    The Ukrainian city of Sevastopol showing war damage.

  • CRIMEAN WAR 1854-56

    CRIMEAN WAR 1854-56

    part of "ROYAL ARCHIVES, WINDSOR COLLECTION" (photographs) Made by: Robertson James

    Q 71194

    The Ukrainian city of Sevastopol seen from the Malakoff No.2 Redoubt showing war damage.

  • THE INDIAN MUTINY 1857-1859

    THE INDIAN MUTINY 1857-1859

    part of "ROYAL ARTILLERY INSTITUTION" (photographs) Made by: Beato, Felix

    Q 69827

    Aftermath of the Siege of Cawnpore. Soldiers of the 1st Madras Fusiliers seated amongst the remains of the British entrenchment de fences to barracks at Cawnpore which General Sir Hugh Massy Wheeler surrendered in June 1857. Cawnpore was the British...

  • THE INDIAN MUTINY 1857-1859

    THE INDIAN MUTINY 1857-1859

    part of "ROYAL ARTILLERY INSTITUTION" (photographs) Made by: Beato, Felix

    Q 69824

    Aftermath of the Siege of Lucknow. Skeletal human remains lie among the ruins of the Palace of Secundra Bagh on the outskirts of Lucknow. This is believed to be one of the first photographs to show casualties of war. The Secundra Bagh was assaulted by...

  • THE INDIAN MUTINY 1857-1859

    THE INDIAN MUTINY 1857-1859

    part of "ROYAL ARTILLERY INSTITUTION" (photographs) Made by: Beato, Felix

    Q 69828

    Aftermath of the Siege of Lucknow. The Begum Khotee or Queen's House which formed part of the besieged enclave of the British Residency, seen here with a number of Madras Fusiliers in the foreground. Prior to the Mutiny, the Begum Khotee served as...

  • THE INDIAN MUTINY 1857-1859

    THE INDIAN MUTINY 1857-1859

    part of "ROYAL ARTILLERY INSTITUTION" (photographs) Made by: Beato, Felix

    Q 69821

    Aftermath of the Siege of Lucknow. The ruins of the Temporary Officers' Mess at the British Residency in Lucknow. The British Residency became the last British point of defence in Lucknow and was besieged by Indian rebel forces from 2 July 1857...

  • THE SECOND OPIUM WAR 1856-1860

    THE SECOND OPIUM WAR 1856-1860

    part of "ANNAND A MCK" (photographs) Made by: Beato, Felix 1860-08-21

    Q 69798

    The bodies of dead Chinese soldiers lie on the ramparts of the North Taku Forts.

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