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Images Dated 5th March 2008

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Fugitive officers, with their families concealing themselves in the jungle, 1857, (c1860) Featured 5 Mar 2008 Image

Fugitive officers, with their families concealing themselves in the jungle, 1857, (c1860)

Fugitive officers, with their families concealing themselves in the jungle, 1857, (c1860). Scene from the Indian Mutiny: British soldiers and their wives and children in hiding, during the period of East India Company rule. Illustration from The History of the Indian Mutiny, by Charles Ball, Volume IV, The London Printing & Publishing Company, (c1860)

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Defeat of the Peishwas army before Jhansi by General Rose, 1st April 1858, (c1860) Featured 5 Mar 2008 Image

Defeat of the Peishwas army before Jhansi by General Rose, 1st April 1858, (c1860)

Defeat of the Peishwa's army before Jhansi by General Rose, 1st April 1858, (c1860). The enemy tried to stop our pursuit by setting the jungle on fire; but nothing could check the ardour of the artillery and cavalry, who galloped in pursuit...'. British military commander Hugh Rose leads his troops against the Indians. Illustration from The History of the Indian Mutiny, by Charles Ball, Volume I, The London Printing & Publishing Company, (c1860)

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The Times correspondent looking on at the sacking of the Kaiser Bagh, 1858, (c1860) Featured 5 Mar 2008 Image

The Times correspondent looking on at the sacking of the Kaiser Bagh, 1858, (c1860)

The Times correspondent looking on at the sacking of the Kaiser Bagh, 1858, (c1860). Scene during the Indian Mutiny after the capture of Lucknow in India, 15 March 1858. Is this string of little white stones (pearls) worth anything, gentlemen?'. Illustration from The History of the Indian Mutiny, by Charles Ball, The London Printing & Publishing Company, (c1860)

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