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Statue of General Gordon, Khartoum. Statues were erected in Trafalgar Square, London, in Chatham, Gravesend, Melbourne and Khartoum. Southampton, where Gordon had stayed with his sister, Augusta, in Rockstone Place prior to his departure to the Sudan, erected a memorial in Porter's Mead, now Queen's Park, near the town's docks.

Statue of General Gordon, Khartoum. Statues were erected in Trafalgar Square, London, in Chatham, Gravesend, Melbourne and Khartoum. Southampton, where Gordon had stayed with his sister, Augusta, in Rockstone Place prior to his departure to the Sudan, erected a memorial in Porter's Mead, now Queen's Park, near the town's docks.

Duncan´s 20mm Colonial Modelling: Colonial Naval Brigade 1879 to 1900

Duncan´s 20mm Colonial Modelling: Colonial Naval Brigade 1879 to 1900

(#1) Most of the rural areas are in the north, which consist of desert regions. These arches are located in Suakin, which is in northeastern Sudan, west of the Red Sea.

(#1) Most of the rural areas are in the north, which consist of desert regions. These arches are located in Suakin, which is in northeastern Sudan, west of the Red Sea.

PLUG TOBACCO LABEL CADDY 1880S SCARCE WILLIAMS ROYAL COLORS BRITISH MILITARY

PLUG TOBACCO LABEL CADDY 1880S SCARCE WILLIAMS ROYAL COLORS BRITISH MILITARY

The Queen arrives in Khartoum at the beginning of her 1963 tour of the Sudan

The Queen arrives in Khartoum at the beginning of her 1963 tour of the Sudan

Sudan. Khartoum. Profile of the Gordon statue

Sudan. Khartoum. Profile of the Gordon statue

Gordon Relief Expedition Camel Corps 1884 - Charles George Gordon, who had been sent to Khartoum in the Sudan to organise its evacuation decided to stay and fight the Islamist rebels. Hopelessly outnumbered a relief expedition made its way slowly up the Nile to rescue him. It failed the Islamists took Khartoum and Gordon was killed. The camel corps acting as mounted infantry, fought many battles during their time in the Sudan

Gordon Relief Expedition Camel Corps 1884 - Charles George Gordon, who had been sent to Khartoum in the Sudan to organise its evacuation decided to stay and fight the Islamist rebels. Hopelessly outnumbered a relief expedition made its way slowly up the Nile to rescue him. It failed the Islamists took Khartoum and Gordon was killed. The camel corps acting as mounted infantry, fought many battles during their time in the Sudan

https://flic.kr/p/m2F1BS | Tomb of the Mahdi, Omdurman, Sudan

https://flic.kr/p/m2F1BS | Tomb of the Mahdi, Omdurman, Sudan

Gordon's last stand after siege of Khartoum: archive, 11 Feb 1885 | UK news | The Guardian

Gordon's last stand after siege of Khartoum: archive, 11 Feb 1885

Gordon's last stand after siege of Khartoum: archive, 11 Feb 1885 | UK news | The Guardian

Africa | A Khartoum Belle.  || Vintage photographic print; Sudan Times.  C. 39

Africa | A Khartoum Belle. || Vintage photographic print; Sudan Times. C. 39

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