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  • THE SECOND ANGLO - BOER WAR, 1899-1902

    THE SECOND ANGLO - BOER WAR, 1899-1902

    part of "PACKARD J T (MAJOR RAMC)" (photographs)

    HU 64175

    Remains of the armoured train ambushed by General Louis Botha's Commando near the Blaauw Kranz River, Natal, on 15 November 1899. The grave of four members of the Border Regiment killed in the attack can be seen in the left middle distance.

  • BRITAIN BEFORE THE FIRST WORLD WAR

    BRITAIN BEFORE THE FIRST WORLD WAR

    part of "THE ROAD TO WAR" (photographs) 1911-10-04

    Q 81490

    A portrait of the leader of the Women's Suffragette movement, Mrs Emmeline Pankhurst (left) and her daughters Christabel (centre) and Sylvia (right) at Waterloo Station, London. Mrs Pankhurst was about to leave for a lecture tour of the USA and...

  • PHOTOGRAPHY DURING THE CRIMEAN WAR

    PHOTOGRAPHY DURING THE CRIMEAN WAR

    part of "SCIENCE MUSEUM COLLECTION" (photographs) Made by: Fenton Roger

    HU 54815

    The photographer Roger Fenton's assistant, Marcus Sparling, sitting on the van which Fenton used as a travelling darkroom and living accommodation in the Crimea.

  • THE SECOND ANGLO - BOER WAR, 1899-1902.

    THE SECOND ANGLO - BOER WAR, 1899-1902.

    part of "ANONYMOUS" (photographs) 1900-02

    HU 65404

    Mounted British troops and wagons of Sir Redvers Buller's relief column advance on Ladysmith in February 1900.

  • GENERAL KITCHENER AND THE ANGLO-EGYPTIAN NILE CAMPAIGN, 1898

    GENERAL KITCHENER AND THE ANGLO-EGYPTIAN NILE CAMPAIGN, 1898

    part of "LOCH EDWARD DOUGLAS (2nd BARON LOCH)" (photographs) Made by: War Correspondent

    HU 93841

    Director of Military Intelligence, Colonel Sir Francis Wingate and a group of army officers disembark from a train on the Sudan Military Railway, possibly near Atbara. The railway line had been constructed by the Royal Engineers.

  • GENERAL KITCHENER AND THE ANGLO-EGYPTIAN NILE CAMPAIGN, 1898

    GENERAL KITCHENER AND THE ANGLO-EGYPTIAN NILE CAMPAIGN, 1898

    part of "LOCH EDWARD DOUGLAS (2nd BARON LOCH)" (photographs) Made by: War Correspondent

    HU 93842

    The Director of Military Intelligence, Colonel Sir Francis Wingate, talking to an Arab civilian on leaving a train on the Sudan Military Railway, possibly near Atbara. Colonel Wingate spoke fluent Arabic. The Arab is probably Mohammed Fadl, a Sudanese...

  • TERRITORIAL FORCE CAMPS BEFORE THE FIRST WORLD WAR

    TERRITORIAL FORCE CAMPS BEFORE THE FIRST WORLD WAR

    part of "DICK M I (CAPTAIN)" (photographs) Made by: Unknown Photographer 1912-08

    HU 129279

    Horse lines of a Royal Army Medical Corps (TF) unit of East Lancashire Division at their summer training camp, Kirkham, August 1912

  • THE BRITISH ARMY TRACTORS PRIOR TO THE FIRST WORLD WAR

    THE BRITISH ARMY TRACTORS PRIOR TO THE FIRST WORLD WAR

    part of "ROYAL ARMY SERVICE CORPS MUSEUM COLLECTION" (photographs) 1909

    Q 72870

    This sentinel steam wagon was much used during the First world war for carrying materials for road making. Here during a road test, it appears to have run off the road.

  • GENERAL KITCHENER AND THE ANGLO-EGYPTIAN NILE CAMPAIGN, 1898

    GENERAL KITCHENER AND THE ANGLO-EGYPTIAN NILE CAMPAIGN, 1898

    part of "LOCH EDWARD DOUGLAS (2nd BARON LOCH)" (photographs) Made by: War Correspondent

    HU 93859

    Men of 1st Grenadier Guards board a train at Cairo Station.

  • THE LIVING CONDITIONS IN BRITAIN PRIOR TO THE FIRST WORLD WAR

    THE LIVING CONDITIONS IN BRITAIN PRIOR TO THE FIRST WORLD WAR

    part of "IMPERIAL WAR MUSEUM PHOTOGRAPH ARCHIVE COLLECTION" (photographs) Made by: Unknown

    Q 107127

    Women and children, likely of the upper classes, about to be driven in a carriage, possibly prior to the First World War.

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