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Lieutenant Colonel Redver Buller winning the Victoria Cross at Hlobane rescuing a fellow officer

Lieutenant Colonel Redvers Buller winning the Victoria Cross at Hlobane rescuing a fellow officer

Omdurman 1898 From Top Left Clockwise- Sergeant Major Lancers, Officer Lincolnshire Regiment & Private Cameron Highlanders. Plate by M.Roffe from Osprey Men at Arms

SirKukri - The Gurkha soldiers of The Sirmoor Battalion, the second battalion of Gurkhas that was raised, the first being The Nasiri Battalion. Later the Sirmoor Battalion became the 2nd Gurkhas...2nd King Edward VII`s Own Gurkha Rifles. During the Indian Mutiny of 1857 the Gurkhas gained upmost respect of both the Indian mutiners and the British Officers in command of the Gurkhas, playing a crucial role in securing British domination of India.  "In the Indian Mutiny of 1857-1858 the 2nd…

SirKukri - The Gurkha soldiers of The Sirmoor Battalion, the second battalion of Gurkhas that was raised, the first being The Nasiri Battalion. Later the Sirmoor Battalion became the 2nd Gurkhas...2nd King Edward VII`s Own Gurkha Rifles. During the Indian Mutiny of 1857 the Gurkhas gained upmost respect of both the Indian mutiners and the British Officers in command of the Gurkhas, playing a crucial role in securing British domination of India. "In the Indian Mutiny of 1857-1858 the 2nd…

1:British officer,2nd Punjab Cavalry (Probyn's Horse).2:Private,1st Madras Fusiliers.3:British officer.4:Private,1st Bengal Fusiliers.5:Trooper,9th Lancers.

1:British officer,2nd Punjab Cavalry (Probyn's Horse).2:Private,1st Madras Fusiliers.3:British officer.4:Private,1st Bengal Fusiliers.5:Trooper,9th Lancers.

British; Inkerman 5th November 1854. 49th Regiment of foot, Line company, Sergeant. 68th Light Infantry, Bugler & 95th Regiment of Foot, grenadier company, Officer.

Print. Military Uniforms. Crimea Campaign. Inkerman

Quartermaster Sergeant William Marshall of the 19th Hussars winning the Victoria Cross at the Battle of El Teb by rescuing his commanding officer, Lieutenant Colonel Barrow. Print by Harry Payne

Quartermaster Sergeant William Marshall of the Hussars winning the Victoria Cross at the Battle of El Teb by rescuing his commanding officer, Lieutenant Colonel Barrow. Print by Harry Payne

"Quatre Bras: The officers and men of the 44th (East Essex) Regiment of Foot suffer during another attack upon their square by the French light cavalry"  Quatre Bras, a crossroads aprox. 7 miles south of Waterloo, was the scene of a fierce battle on June 16th, two days before the Battle of Waterloo.

"Quatre Bras: The officers and men of the (East Essex) Regiment of Foot suffer during another attack upon their square by the French light cavalry", Vereker Hamilton

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