British Mounted Infantry, Anglo-Zulu War of 1879

1879 British Mounted Infantry, Anglo-Zulu War of 1879

British Empire: Armed Forces: Indian Army: Cavalry: 1st Bengal Lancers

The British Empire, Imperialism, Colonialism, Colonies

BRITISH INFANTRY

Foot, Sergeant Booth VC, Intombe River Zululand March 1879 by Sa Smith

British; The Battle of Nyezane, 22nd January 1879. L to R;- 99th Regiment of Foot, Private. Royal Engineers, Sapper. Durban Mounted Rifles, Trooper & Stanger Mounted Rifles, Trooper.

The Battle of Nyezane, January L to R;- Regiment of…

Sepoys of the Madras Army. When the East India Company ruled India, they did so with largely native soldiers, called 'sepoys'

Images of British India

"The Raj" Enters the Language-The British rule in India became known as "The Raj,Tales of life in India fascinated the British public

First up is a beautiful image of a Sikh Sowar 4th Bengal Lancers 1900

First up is a beautiful image of a Sikh Sowar Bengal Lancers 1900

British Grenadier Guardsmen in Africa

Britiske soldater på eventyr et sted i Afrika, ca 1880

The British militarily defeated Egyptian nationalist forces led by Ahmed Urabi at the Battle of Tel-el-Kebir in 1882

Battle of Tel El Kebir, September 1882 by Peter Dennis

Battle of Maiwand 27th July 1880 - Bombay grenadiers

Battle of Maiwand July 1880 - Bombay grenadiers

1:Naik,1st or Grenadier Regiment,Bombay Native Infantry,c.1880.2:British Lieutenant,6th Infantry,Punjab Frontier Force,c.1885.3:Bugle-Major,1st Sikh Infantry,Punjab Frontier Force,c.1880.

or Grenadier Regiment,Bombay Native Infantry,Punjab Frontier Sikh Infantry,Punjab Frontier

Officer, 60th Rifles

Dewi Evans uploaded this image to 'DEWI-PC/Pictures/Zulu War Uniforms'. See the album on Photobucket.

De Uniformes en color de Todo el Mundo

De Uniformes en color de Todo el Mundo

Soldier of the Mahratta Light Infantry, illustration for 'Armies of India' by Major G.F. MacMunn, published in 1911, 1908 Wall Art & Canvas Prints by Alfred Crowdy Lovett

Soldier of the Mahratta Light Infantry, illustration for 'Armies of India' by Major G. MacMunn, published in 1908 Wall Art & Canvas Prints by Alfred Crowdy Lovett

Falconers reference - Colonials www.thefalconers.wordpress.com British highlanders in Afghanistan

The Men Who Would Be Kings: Colonial Wargaming Rules (Osprey Wargames) 9781472815002

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British officers of the Indian Cavalry from "The Armies Of India" illustrated by Major A C Lovett.

British 7th Dragoon Guard with Cape Mounted Rifles, South Africa

British Dragoon Guard with Cape Mounted Rifles, South Africa

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