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Photograph of men of the 51st King's Own Yorkshire Light Infantry near Ali Masjid in the Khyber Pass, taken by John Burke in 1878 [India / Afghanistan]

Photograph of men of the 51st King's Own Yorkshire Light Infantry near Ali Masjid in the Khyber Pass, taken by John Burke in 1878 [India / Afghanistan]

Elephants of the Aides-de-camps,  Delhi Durbar, 1903 Model site with colours

Elephants of the Aides-de-camps, Delhi Durbar, 1903 Model site with colours

1880 PHOTO INDIA, THE 2nd CHESHIRE REGIMENT - RUINS OF REWAT FORT [Pakistan]

1880 PHOTO INDIA, THE 2nd CHESHIRE REGIMENT - RUINS OF REWAT FORT [Pakistan]

2nd Bombay Grenadiers of the Indian Army in Hampton Court Camp on the occasion of the Coronation of King Edward VII, August 1902, by Sir Benjamin Stone

2nd Bombay Grenadiers of the Indian Army in Hampton Court Camp on the occasion of the Coronation of King Edward VII, August 1902, by Sir Benjamin Stone

The Prince Imperial of France; Louis Napoleon.  Here he wears the uniform of the British Royal Artillery. He would go on to fight for the British in the Zulu War of 1879 where he lost his life.  I don’t have a date for this photograph, but it should be 1870’s.

The Prince Imperial of France; Louis Napoleon. Here he wears the uniform of the British Royal Artillery. He would go on to fight for the British in the Zulu War of 1879 where he lost his life. I don’t have a date for this photograph, but it should be 1870’s.

Second Anglo - Afghan war. 1878 - 1880 : soldiers of the 51st Infantry Yorkshire Regiment.

Second Anglo - Afghan war. 1878 - 1880 : soldiers of the 51st Infantry Yorkshire Regiment.

James Langley Dalton (Commissariat and Transport Department) superintended the work of defense at Rorke's Drift and was amongst those receiving the first wave of attack, where he saved the life of a man by killing the Zulu assailant. Although wounded himself, he continued to give the same display of cool courage throughout the action. He was 46 at the time of the defence.

James Langley Dalton (Commissariat and Transport Department) superintended the work of defense at Rorke's Drift and was amongst those receiving the first wave of attack, where he saved the life of a man by killing the Zulu assailant. Although wounded himself, he continued to give the same display of cool courage throughout the action. He was 46 at the time of the defence.

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