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A Study of the British Officer on Active Service in South Africa 1899 – 1902 | Military Sun Helmets

A Study of the British Officer on Active Service in South Africa 1899 – 1902

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

Gordon Highlanders

Gordon Highlanders

Nelson's Trafalgar uniform, National Maritime Museum, Greenwich, London

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1st First World War 1, British Officer, 1914 - 1918, historical re-enactment Army soldier soldiers uniform uniforms

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Disputes over ownership followed involving a series of violent conflicts during the 19th century. These became known as the New Zealand Land Wars.  Both sides suffered losses, with the Brittish Crown the eventual victor. Land confiscation and questionable land sales carried on through to the 20th century, until the vast majority of land in New Zealand was owned by settlers and the Crown.

The Maori Wars end with British supremacy – Historical articles and illustrations

Disputes over ownership followed involving a series of violent conflicts during the 19th century. These became known as the New Zealand Land Wars. Both sides suffered losses, with the Brittish Crown the eventual victor. Land confiscation and questionable land sales carried on through to the 20th century, until the vast majority of land in New Zealand was owned by settlers and the Crown.

A very rare Royal Irish Constabulary Auxiliary Division jacket, 1918 issue. Description from adams.ie. I searched for this on bing.com/images

18-04-2012 | 800 YEARS OF IRISH HISTORY

Adams Auctioneers | Ireland's leading Fine Art Auctioneers and Valuers. Founded in 1887. | 18-04-2012 | 800 YEARS OF IRISH HISTORY

holdhard:Uniform worn by Tsar Nicholas II as Colonel-in-Chief of the Scots Greys

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holdhard: “Uniform worn by Tsar Nicholas II as Colonel-in-Chief of the Scots Greys ”

The Battle of Rorke's Drift - The Zulu War - 24th Foot at Rorke's Drift - Casualties: Zulu casualties are thought to have been around 500. The garrison of the mission station comprised 8 officers and 131 non-commissioned ranks. Of these 17 were killed and 10 wounded.

Battle of Rorke's Drift

The Battle of Rorke's Drift on 22nd January 1879 part of the Zulu war next to the Tugela River in Zululand South Africa

1759, les Britanniques escaladent les falaises pour arriver sur le terrain des Plaines d'Abraham  //  The Battle of Quebec 1759

Battle of Quebec 1759

General Wolfe's decisive defeat of the French army under the Marquis de Montcalm at Quebec on 13th September 1759, that led to the British capture of Canada, with the deaths of both generals at the moment of victory

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Taken over 140 years ago by Scottish photographer John Thomson, This beautifully composed photograph shows British army recruiting sergeants outside a public house at Westminster. The soldiers are standing on the corner of King Street junction with Great George street outside The Mitre and Dove Public House, I suspect waiting for opening time. This is my colourised version of the sepia toned print from 1877

British army recruiting sergeants outside a public house at Westminster, John Thomson 1877

Taken over 140 years ago by Scottish photographer John Thomson, This beautifully composed photograph shows British army recruiting sergeants outside a public house at Westminster. The soldiers are standing on the corner of King Street junction with Great George street outside The Mitre and Dove Public House, I suspect waiting for opening time. This is my colourised version of the sepia toned print from 1877

British soldiers

British soldiers