Rare Photos Of Indian Mutiny / Uprising Of 1857. Begum Zeenat Mahal, Wife of last Mughal Emperor Bahadur Shah Zafar exiled to Rangoon after the mutiny. This is one and only portrait or photograph of any Mughal Emperess. After their victory the British captured Delhi and last Mughal Emperor Bahadur Shah Jafar along with his family surrendered to them, this photo was taken at that time. The Badshah spend the last years of his life in exile in Rangoon.

Model for Kulsum: Begum Zenat Mahal, Wife of Bahadur Shah Zafar or last Moghul King of Delhi, exiled to Rangoon after the Indian mutiny against British rule in (Photo by Felice Beato/Getty Images) vintage everyday: Life in India in The Century

Rare Photos Of Indian Mutiny / Sepoy Mutiny / Indian Rebellion / Uprising Of 1857 Nawab Tafazzul Husain Khan, Nawab Of Farrukhabad. He was exiled to Mecca for his role in helping rebel forces during Indian Mutiny 1857.

Rare Photos Of Indian Mutiny / Sepoy Mutiny / Indian Rebellion / Uprising Of 1857 Nawab Tafazzul Husain Khan, Nawab Of Farrukhabad. He was exiled to Mecca for his role in helping rebel forces during Indian Mutiny

Major George Cunningham (1783-1838), 7th Bengal Native Infantry, Commanding 2nd Corps Rohilla Cavalry. By James Howe, 1820. National Army Museum, London.

Major George Cunningham or Cuninghame with his rather startled horse, Bengal Native Infantry, Commanding Corps Rohilla Cavalry by James Howe

Colonel Ewart of the 78th Highlanders Colonel John Alexander Ewart of the 78th Highlanders was a veteran of the Crimean Campaign and the Indian Mutiny. On 1 December 1857, during an action with the Gwalior rebels at Cawnpore, a cannon ball took off his left arm. He died on 18 June 1904.

Victorian era military picture of a very young Highlander, possibly a cadet, wearing glengarry cap, saluting what appears to a war veteran as he is missing his left arm and wearing trews. An interesting picture.

Lieutenant William Kerr winning the VC, July 1857Lieutenant Kerr, 24th Bombay Native Infantry, won the Victoria Cross for his action in defending himself and others fighting in the stronghold or Paga, near the town of Kolapore in July 1857, during the Indian Mutiny (1857-1859). Kerr was severely wounded, while of his 17 men (all sowars of the South Mahratta Irregular Horse), eight were killed outright, another four died later of their wounds, and the rest were all severely wounded.

Lieutenant William Alexander Kerr (Bombay) Regiment Native Infantry, Attached to the South Mahratta Irregular Horse, Winning the Victoria Cross, Indian Mutiny, July 1857

Brig. Gen. John Nicholson. This 'Imperial Psychopath' was worshipped as a god by his soldiers. Nicholson was killed in Delhi during the 'Uprising' (or 'Mutiny') of 1857.

This 'Imperial Psychopath' was worshipped as a god by his soldiers. Nicholson was killed in Delhi during the 'Uprising' (or 'Mutiny') of

Pte James Hollowell VC 78th Highlanders 26th September 1857 Indian Mutiny

Victoria Cross winner Private James Hollowell of the Highlanders September 1857 in Lucknow

PLUNDER OF KAISARBAGH, LUCKNOW, MARCH 1858\ Source: H. Gilbert, The Story of the Indian Mutiny, 1916

PLUNDER OF KAISARBAGH, LUCKNOW, MARCH 1858\ Source: H. Gilbert, The Story of the Indian Mutiny, 1916

Augustus Anson  VICTORIA CROSS WINNERS OF THE INDIAN MUTINY 1857 - 1858

Augustus Anson VICTORIA CROSS WINNERS OF THE INDIAN MUTINY 1857 - 1858

The place in which General Neil was killed in the Chinese Bazaar, Indian Mutiny, Lucknow, 1858 | Online Collection | National Army Museum, London

The place in which General Neil was killed in the Chinese Bazaar, Indian Mutiny, Lucknow, 1858

Major General William McBean VC 93rd Highlanders 11th March 1858 Lucknow Indian Mutiny

Major General William McBean VC 93rd Highlanders 11th March 1858 Lucknow Indian Mutiny

Captain William George Stewart VC 93rd Highlanders 16th November 1857 Lucknow Indian Mutiny

looking for images/photos of models of highlanders at lucknow, I have just bought a figure from barrie scale,and am looking for uniform.

The Palace Wall, Delhi. Part of a portfolio of photographs taken in 1858 by Major Robert Christopher Tytler and his wife, Harriet, in the aftermath of the Uprising of 1857.

The Palace Wall, Delhi. Part of a portfolio of photographs taken in 1858 by Major Robert Christopher Tytler and his wife, Harriet, in the aftermath of the Uprising of

Victoria Cross winner Surgeon Joseph Jee at Lucknow 25th September 1857

Joseph Jee VC BC(Order of bath) Relief of Lucknow Indian Mutiny. Surgeon in the Regiment.B Warwickshire 1819 D Leicestershire 1899 . Buried at Ratcliffe College, Leicestershire.

The Massacre at Cawnpore in 1857, from 'The History of the Indian Mutiny' published in 1858 (engraving) Postcards, Greetings Cards, Art Prints, Canvas, Framed Pictures, T-shirts & Wall Art by English School

Massacre At Cawnpore 1857 From The History Of The Indian Mutiny Published 1858 Poster Print x

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