Cold Harbor - June 3, 1864

Virginia Paranormal Investigations: Cold Harbor Battlefied in Hanover County, VA

Mounted on horse- Daffadar Cavalry of the Hyderabad Contingent. front row L to R Sikh Rissalder Central Indian Horse, Bombardier No.4 Battery Hyderabad Contingent in Drill Order, Subadar-Major 1st Infantry Hyderabad Contingent & Sowar Central Indian Horse in Field Service kit.

Mounted on horse- Daffadar Cavalry of the Hyderabad Contingent. front row L to R…

French; Tirailleurs Algerian 1880-1914.

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

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

1:Sepoy,1st Madras Pioneers,1886.2:Sepoy,36th (Sikh) Regiment,Bengal Infantry,1897.3:Havildar,The Queen's Own Corps of Guides (Infantry),Punjab Frontier Force,1897.

Madras Sepoy, Sikh Regiment,Bengal Queen's Own Corps of Guides Infantry Punjab Frontier

muestra que no todo el ejército chileno usó el azul y rojo.

muestra que no todo el ejército chileno usó el azul y rojo.

God Bless You Tommy Atkins, 1899 - Richard Caton Woodville

View God bless you, Tommy Atkins by Richard Caton Woodville Jr. Browse upcoming and past auction lots by Richard Caton Woodville Jr.

13th Duke of Connaughts's Regiment of Bengal Lancers, 1900

Duke of Connaughts's Regiment of Bengal Lancers, 1900 Photo: One of a pair of watercolors signed and dated by Hobday;

Lance Dafadar Gakkar (Punjabi Musalman), 38th Prince of Wales's Own Central India Horse, 1908 (c). Watercolour by Major Alfred Crowdy Lovett (1862-1919), 1908 (c). The 'classes' (ethnic groups) usually recruited into the Central India Horse were Sikhs (two squadrons), Pathans (one squadron) and 'Musalman' (Muslim) Rajputs (one squadron), so the presence of a Gakhar is unusual. In July 1908 the regiment was stationed at Agar. NAM Collection

The Central India Horse / General Robert’s March to Kandahar and the Battle of Baba Wali, 1880 (Second Afghan War)

Battle of Charasiab, 6th October 1879, 23rd Punjab Infantry

War: Second Afghan War. Date: October 1879 Place: South of Kabul in Afghanistan.

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