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  • THE TERRITORIAL FORCE 1908-1914

    THE TERRITORIAL FORCE 1908-1914

    part of "HETHERINGTON ALEX (MR)" (photographs) Made by: Unknown Photographer

    HU 129271

    Member of Troop 3, 'A' Squadron, Hertfordshire Yeomanry, in the horse lines during summer training camp.

  • MAJESTIC CLASS BATTLESHIPS: HMS VICTORIOUS

    MAJESTIC CLASS BATTLESHIPS: HMS VICTORIOUS

    part of "SYMONDS & CO COLLECTION" (photographs) Made by: Symonds & Co 1903

    Q 41583

    HMS VICTORIOUS under way, 1903.

  • THE SECOND ANGLO - BOER WAR, SOUTH AFRICA 1899 - 1902

    THE SECOND ANGLO - BOER WAR, SOUTH AFRICA 1899 - 1902

    part of "THE BRITISH ARMY DURING THE BOER WAR" (photographs) Made by: Thiele, Reinhold

    Q 82946

    Graffiti scrawled by both sides on a bedroom wall in a house recaptured by British forces. The Boer graffiti reads: 'Don't forget Majuba, Boys'. The British grafitti reads: 'No fear, Boojers, no fear'. Majuba was a...

  • 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 93862

    Blurred photograph showing a stern wheeler river steamer transporting men of the 21st Lancers south on the River Nile from Aswan to Wadi Halfa, en route to join Kitchener's forces in Sudan.

  • 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 93871

    Sudanese prisoners in chains carry the baggage of British soldiers (probably 21st Lancers) through the streets of Wadi Halfa to the Sudanese Military Railway. A young boy poses for the camera in the foreground.

  • MAJESTIC CLASS BATTLESHIPS: HMS MAGNIFICENT

    MAJESTIC CLASS BATTLESHIPS: HMS MAGNIFICENT

    part of "SYMONDS & CO COLLECTION" (photographs) Made by: Symonds & Co

    Q 39473

    HMS MAGNIFICENT at anchor at Spithead, 1899.

  • BRITISH BATTLESHIPS OF THE FIRST WORLD WAR

    BRITISH BATTLESHIPS OF THE FIRST WORLD WAR

    (photographs) Made by: Symonds & Co 1907

    Q 21183

    HMS DREADNOUGHT, underway in 1907 as flagship of the Home Fleet.

  • CRIMEAN WAR 1854 - 1856

    CRIMEAN WAR 1854 - 1856

    part of "ROYAL ARCHIVES, WINDSOR COLLECTION" (photographs) Made by: Cundall & Howlett

    Q 71638

    Portrait of Sergeant John Geary, Thomas Onslow and Lance Corporal Patrick Carttay, 95th Regiment (Derbyshire) Regiment of Foot, wearing their packs and equipment. The 95th Regiment won eight Victoria Cross awards in the Crimea

  • 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 93829

    Rudolf Slatin (left, also known as Slatin Pasha) and Colonel Sir Francis Wingate, Director of Military Intelligence, photographed some time after the former's escape from the Mahdi. Slatin, who had returned to the Sudan at General Gordon's...

  • THE INDIAN MUTINY 1857-1859

    THE INDIAN MUTINY 1857-1859

    part of "VICTORIA CROSS WINNERS PRE 1914: A - Z" (photographs)

    Q 80542

    Aftermath of the Siege of Cawnpore, showing the restored well at the Bibi-Ghar (the House of the Ladies). The massacre of more than 200 British women and children which took place there on 15th July 1857 was one of the worst atrocities of the Mutiny.

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