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Great Sepoy Rebellion 1857 Gallery

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The Indian Mutiny, 1857-58: The Storming of the Cashmir Gate, Delhi, September 14, 1857, (1901) Featured Print

The Indian Mutiny, 1857-58: The Storming of the Cashmir Gate, Delhi, September 14, 1857, (1901)

The Indian Mutiny, 1857-58: The Storming of the Cashmir Gate, Delhi, September 14, 1857, (1901). Episode during the British colonial period. The capture of the city of Delhi from the mutineers was vital to the British due to its symbolic importance as the seat of India's Mughal rulers. Here we see fierce fighting at the Kashmiri Gate, the northern gate in the city walls. From "The Illustrated London News Record of the Glorious Reign of Queen Victoria 1837-1901: The Life and Accession of King Edward VII. and the Life of Queen Alexandra". [London, 1901]

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Kavanagh and Kunuji in the Swamp, 1857 (c1912) Featured Print

Kavanagh and Kunuji in the Swamp, 1857 (c1912)

Kavanagh and Kunuji in the Swamp, 1857 (c1912). During the Second Siege of Lucknow the defenders were able to send messengers to and from the Alambagh, from where in turn messengers could reach Cawnpore. A volunteer civil servant, Thomas Henry Kavanagh, disguised himself as a sepoy and ventured from the Residency aided by a local man named Kananji Lal. He and his scout crossed the entrenchments east of the city and reached the Alambagh. For this action, Kavanagh was awarded the Victoria Cross and was the first civilian in British history to be honoured with such an award for action during a military conflict. From The Romance of India, edited by Herbert Strang. [Hodder & Stoughton, London, c1912]

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The Boats Stuck In The Mud And Were An Easy Mark, 1908, (c1920). Artist: Joseph Ratcliffe Skelton Featured Print

The Boats Stuck In The Mud And Were An Easy Mark, 1908, (c1920). Artist: Joseph Ratcliffe Skelton

The Boats Stuck In The Mud And Were An Easy Mark, 1908, (c1920). The Siege of Cawnpore during the Indian rebellion of 1857. The besieged East India Company forces and civilians in Cawnporewere surrendered to rebel forces, in return for a safe passage to Allahabad. However, their evacuation from Cawnpore turned into a massacre. From Our Empire Story, by H. E. Marshall. [Thomas Nelson And Sons, London, c1920]

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