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Antique print from The Illustrated London News 1874 'The Ashantee War: The Camp at Prah-Su-Native Artillery Crossing the River'

The Ijesha War camp. Source: National Archives, UI

Kiriji War time picture of the Ijesha War camp

Medieval Kumasi, capital of the Ashanti Kingdom, Ghana, west Africa

Coomassie, Ashanti War, Africa, Artist: Unknown - from Alamys library.

The Ashanti War (1873-74) - The burning of Kumasi.. In 1873, after decades of an uneasy relationship between the British and the Acing people of central Ghana, the British attacked and virtually destroyed the Asanti capital of Kumasi, and officially declared Ghana a crown colony on 24 July 1874.. The Illustrated London News. . whole.Scala Archives – Images details

The Ashanti War (1873-74) - The burning of Kumasi.. In 1873, after decades of an uneasy relationship between the British and the Acing people of central Ghana, the British attacked and virtually destroyed the Asanti capital of Kumasi, and officially declared Ghana a crown colony on 24 July 1874.. The Illustrated London News. . whole.Scala Archives – Images details

... Ashanti war dance, Ghana, Third Anglo-Ashanti War, illustration from magazine Illustrated ...

Ashanti war dance, Ghana, Third Anglo-Ashanti War, illustration from magazine Illustrated .

This is a drawing of a ceremony at Abomey.

This is a drawing of a ceremony at Abomey.

A village on the river Prah during the 2nd Ashanti War.. On their march towards the Ashanti capital of Kumasi, British soldiers watch the peaceful scene of women catching fish and tritons in the river Prah. The British crossed this river in their fight against the King of the Ashanti.The Graphic. 7 March 1874. p. 220 upper half.

GHANA Village on the Prah. Catching fish & tritons The Graphic - Stock Image

The Ashanti War (1873-74) - Native carriers crossing mangrov. This shows the difficulties of the native bearers as they tried to cross the mangroves on the river banks of the river Prah. Here a native bearer slips and falls and drops the heavy crate he is carrying.. The Graphic. 7 March 1874. p. 220 lower half.

The Ashanti War (1873-74) - Native carriers crossing mangrov. This shows the difficulties of the native bearers as they tried to cross the mangroves on the river banks of the river Prah. Here a native bearer slips and falls and drops the heavy crate he is carrying.. The Graphic. 7 March 1874. p. 220 lower half.

The British massacre in the first Anglo-Afghan War, 1838-1842.

The British massacre in the first Anglo-Afghan War,

The Ashanti War (1873-74) - The King's slaughtering place.. British soldiers come across the the horrific sight and smell of the Ashanti King's slaughtering place. Hundreds of skulls lie in heaps under the trees. The second Ashanti War fought between,1873-74, was between King Kofi Karikari, ruler of the Ashanti (or Asantehene), and the British. Both were trying to secure the coastal town of Elmina on the West Coast of Africa also known as the Gold Coast.. The Illustrated London News. 25…

The Ashanti War (1873-74) - The King's slaughtering place.. British soldiers come across the the horrific sight and smell of the Ashanti King's slaughtering place. Hundreds of skulls lie in heaps under the trees. The second Ashanti War fought between,1873-74, was between King Kofi Karikari, ruler of the Ashanti (or Asantehene), and the British. Both were trying to secure the coastal town of Elmina on the West Coast of Africa also known as the Gold Coast.. The Illustrated London News. 25…

The British entry into Coomassie - This Day in History: Apr 23, 1873: The second Ashanti War breaks out in Africa http://dingeengoete.blogspot.com/

The British entry into Coomassie - This Day in History: Apr 23, 1873: The second Ashanti War breaks out in Africa http://dingeengoete.blogspot.com/

Street view of the 'Execution square in Kumase - ghana

Asante street view ‘Execution square in Kumase’, Ramseyer

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100 African Cities Destroyed By Europeans: WHY there are seldom historical buildings and monuments in sub-Saharian Africa!

Akan Architecture [Africa][Ghana] - Page 3 - SkyscraperCity

Akan Architecture [Africa][Ghana] - Page 3 - SkyscraperCity

1924 Ghana African royalty - Prempeh I

(Here we have a brother from Ghana).

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