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Resultat d'imatges de british army in boxer rebellion

Resultat d'imatges de british army in boxer rebellion

A Sepoy of the Burma Rifles - a regiment of the British Indian Army - in battle order. Circa, Summer of 1941

A Sepoy of the Burma Rifles - a regiment of the British Indian Army - in battle order. Circa, Summer of 1941

Sikh gurus attached to Punjab regiments of the British Indian Army,  from an album of rare historical photographs depicting people and places associated with the Second Anglo-Afghan War. Sikh soldiers were often deployed on the Afghan frontier and fought in most major engagements of the Afghan War. The men are religious figures who accompanied soldiers into battle. The gurus have kirpans (ceremonial swords). They also wear elaborate dastars (turbans), which cover their uncut hair.

gunsandposes-history: Sikh men attached to Punjab regiments of the British Indian Army around the time of the Second Anglo-Afghan War, circa

Officer 2nd Battalion Royal Welch Fusiliers Pekin, China 1900. Seen with USMC Officer. RWF had been posted to Hong kong in 1899 and formed part of the second(and successful)force to sent to relief the Foreign Legations at Peking which were under seige by Boxer and Imperial forces.

Officer Battalion Royal Welch Fusiliers Pekin, China Seen with USMC…

Officer, Grenadier company, 95th Regiment  The British Army On Campaign 1816-1902 (2): The Crimea, 1854-1856)  -:

Officer, Grenadier company, Regiment The British Army On Campaign The Crimea, -

Soldiers from the Free Indian Legion - Germans recruited disaffected Indians from the British army - taking an oath?

Soldiers from the "Free Indians Legion". They were serving in the British Army as Indian Troops, but after being captured, some went over to the Germans to fight against the British Occupiers of India.

Photo Of INDIAN ARMY Regiment - British & Indian Soldiers, c1890s

British Army, India: Typical portrait of British officers with native Indian troops, late century. Military "equality" is stressed by one Indian sitting next to the British and one British standing among Indians.

British Empire- Armed Forces- Units- British Infantry- Gordon Highlanders

A member of the Gordon Highlanders, a Scottish infantry unit in British service, fighting abroad.

Resultat d'imatges de british army in boxer rebellion

Resultat d'imatges de british army in boxer rebellion

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