Verken deze ideeën en meer!

GOOD MILITARY CARTE DE VISITE OF A NAMED INDIAN MUTINY OFFICER.

GOOD MILITARY CARTE DE VISITE OF A NAMED INDIAN MUTINY OFFICER.

Indian Mutiny Rebel Mummoo Khan, Lucknow. He was jailed for life in Kanpur.

Indian Mutiny Rebel Mummoo Khan, Lucknow. He was jailed for life in Kanpur.

78th Highlanders VC Indian Mutiny.#Repin By:Pinterest++ for iPad#

78th Highlanders VC Indian Mutiny.#Repin By:Pinterest++ for iPad#

This staff sergeant of an unidentified regiment appears to be wearing the gray serge uniform issued to British  troops during Woseley's Nile Campaign also known as the Gordon Relief Expedition of 1884-5. He also wears a  medic's badge on his sleeve.  Carte de Visite Pascal Sebah - Photographer sur L'Esbekieh, Cairo, Egypt c. 1884-5

This staff sergeant of an unidentified regiment appears to be wearing the gray serge uniform issued to British troops during Woseley's Nile Campaign also known as the Gordon Relief Expedition of 1884-5. He also wears a medic's badge on his sleeve. Carte de Visite Pascal Sebah - Photographer sur L'Esbekieh, Cairo, Egypt c. 1884-5

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

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

Etre infirmière, c’est beaucoup plus que dispenser des soins médicaux et assurer la liaison avec le malade et l’équipe médicale ; c’est surtout aider les autres à mieux vivre leur quotidien.    La chaleur humaine, le dynamisme, la fermeté et une grande capacité d’adaptation sont essentielles pour exercer ce métier qui exige résistance morale et physique.

Etre infirmière, c’est beaucoup plus que dispenser des soins médicaux et assurer la liaison avec le malade et l’équipe médicale ; c’est surtout aider les autres à mieux vivre leur quotidien. La chaleur humaine, le dynamisme, la fermeté et une grande capacité d’adaptation sont essentielles pour exercer ce métier qui exige résistance morale et physique.

British soldiers on the roof of the Alumbagh, a large walled enclosure situated on the outskirts of Lucknow near the Cawnpore Road. During the Mutiny, it fell briefly under the control of the Indian mutineers. When British forces under the command of Havelock and Outram retook the Alumbagh on 23 September 1857, they continued to fortify it and use it in connection with military operations associated with the Relief of Lucknow. In November 1857, a force of c 5000 men was assembled there.

British soldiers on the roof of the Alumbagh, a large walled enclosure situated on the outskirts of Lucknow near the Cawnpore Road. During the Mutiny, it fell briefly under the control of the Indian mutineers. When British forces under the command of Havelock and Outram retook the Alumbagh on 23 September 1857, they continued to fortify it and use it in connection with military operations associated with the Relief of Lucknow. In November 1857, a force of c 5000 men was assembled there.

A rare photograph of a group of Gurkha soldiers from the 1st Gurkha rifles during the famous Indian Mutiny or Great Sepoy Rebellion (1857-1858). So, it makes it one of the oldest known photographs taken of Nepalis (Or Gurkhas). Date photographed: c.1857-1858 | The first Gurkha Regiments were incorporated into the British army in about 1816. The Nusseree Battalion later became the 1st Gurkha rifles.

A rare photograph of a group of Gurkha soldiers from the 1st Gurkha rifles during the famous Indian Mutiny or Great Sepoy Rebellion (1857-1858). So, it makes it one of the oldest known photographs taken of Nepalis (Or Gurkhas). Date photographed: c.1857-1858 | The first Gurkha Regiments were incorporated into the British army in about 1816. The Nusseree Battalion later became the 1st Gurkha rifles.

18572ndgurkhasatdelhija

18572ndgurkhasatdelhija

The 'Mutiny' or 'First War of Independence' had no more poignant location for the British than the site of 'The Residency' in Lucknow. Built in 1800 for the British Resident by the local Nawab, it was where some 1,300 British residents of Lucknow remained under siege, during the uprising of Indian troops against their British officers in 1857.

The 'Mutiny' or 'First War of Independence' had no more poignant location for the British than the site of 'The Residency' in Lucknow. Built in 1800 for the British Resident by the local Nawab, it was where some 1,300 British residents of Lucknow remained under siege, during the uprising of Indian troops against their British officers in 1857.

Pinterest
Zoeken