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First indian to win the victoria cross in 2nd world war

First indian to win the victoria cross in 2nd world war

Tipu's (or Tippoo's) Tiger: a life-sized mechanical toy created for Tipu Sultan, ruler of the Indian Kingdom of Mysore in the 1790s. The soldier is an Englishman named Munro. Mechanisms inside the tiger & the man make one hand of the man move, and emit a screaming sound from his mouth and little grunts from the tiger. On display at the Victoria and Albert Museum

The Mechanical Beauty of Early Automatons

Tipu's (or Tippoo's) Tiger: a life-sized mechanical toy created for Tipu Sultan, ruler of the Indian Kingdom of Mysore in the 1790s. The soldier is an Englishman named Munro. Mechanisms inside the tiger & the man make one hand of the man move, and emit a screaming sound from his mouth and little grunts from the tiger. On display at the Victoria and Albert Museum

Mughal Painting - Beautiful Mughal photographs from Indo-Pak architecture for reference - Google Search

Mughal Painting - Beautiful Mughal photographs from Indo-Pak architecture for reference - Google Search

Rare Newspapers - Rare edition of The Daily Mirror January 26, 1915 Sepoy Khudada, the first Indian to win the Victoria Cross - Old and rare newspapers about Pakistan and India

Rare Newspapers - Rare edition of The Daily Mirror January 26, 1915 Sepoy Khudada, the first Indian to win the Victoria Cross - Old and rare newspapers about Pakistan and India

Khudadad Khan born in Chakwal in what is now Pakistan, was the first South Asian recipient of the Victoria Cross, the highest military award for gallantry in the face  of the enemy given to British and Commonwealth forces.  On 31 October 1914, at Hollebeke, Belgium, 26 year old Khan performed an act of bravery for which he was awarded the Victoria Cross during the First World War. A statue of Khudadad Khan is at the entrance of the Pakistan Army Museum in Rawalpindi. Photo…

Khudadad Khan born in Chakwal in what is now Pakistan, was the first South Asian recipient of the Victoria Cross, the highest military award for gallantry in the face of the enemy given to British and Commonwealth forces. On 31 October 1914, at Hollebeke, Belgium, 26 year old Khan performed an act of bravery for which he was awarded the Victoria Cross during the First World War. A statue of Khudadad Khan is at the entrance of the Pakistan Army Museum in Rawalpindi. Photo…

Sepoy Khudadad Khan, 1915, first Indian to be awarded the Victoria Cross

Sepoy Khudadad Khan, 1915, first Indian to be awarded the Victoria Cross

The first of the Dionne quints says her first words. Emillie's first word was "mama"

The first of the Dionne quints says her first words. Emillie's first word was "mama"

RICHARD AMSEL, RAIDERS OF THE LOST ARK, 1981.

RICHARD AMSEL, RAIDERS OF THE LOST ARK, 1981.

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