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    Album of views in India, Sudan and Egypt.
  1. Photo 919/(42)
    Major General Sir Bindon Blood K.C.B. Commanding Malakand Field Force and Officers of Divisional Staff. 
    Unknown
    c.Aug 1897

  2. Photo 919/(43)
    Road up the Malakand Kotal from the North side of pass. Scene of the advance to the relief of Chakdara fort on 2nd August. 
    Unknown
    c.Aug 1897

  3. Photo 919/(44)
    West face of entrenched Camp of Khar as seen from the top of the ruins of village. Amandara hill and Kotal in background to left of picture. 
    Unknown
    c.Aug 1897

  4. Photo 919/(45)
    View up the Swat River Valley looking east from the gun tower of Chakdara Fort. Ridge occupied by the enemy in the action of 17th August near Lundakai shewn on right of picture. 
    Unknown
    c.Aug 1897

  5. Photo 919/(46)
    View looking South West from the Flag tower of Chakdara fort down along North bank of Swat river. 
    Unknown
    c.Aug 1897

  6. Photo 919/(47)
    Chakdara Fort and signal tower and bridge over river Swat from up stream on the Southern bank. 
    Unknown
    c.Aug 1897

  7. Photo 919/(48)
    "The dead march"; how dead camels are disposed of. 
    Unknown
    c.Aug 1897

  8. Photo 919/(49)
    Camp at Panjkora. 
    Unknown
    c.Aug 1897

  9. Photo 919/(50)
    Camels returning to Panjkora bridge along causeway on West bank of Panjkora. 
    Unknown
    c.Aug 1897

  10. Photo 919/(51)
    Gun of 10th Field Battery RA on causeway along East bank Panjkora river. 
    Unknown
    c.Aug 1897

  11. Photo 919/(52)
    Right (Easten)[sic] end of head of Mamoond valley, Village of Chingai and spur above it where the two companies 35th Sikhs lost heavily on the 16th September (continued in Notes)... 
    Unknown
    c.Sept 1897

  12. Photo 919/(53)
    Village of Bilot where Genl. Jeffreys with No.8 Bengal Mountain Battery and some of the Buffs passed night of 16th Septr. 
    Unknown
    c.Sept 1897

  13. Photo 919/(54)
    Site of General Jeffries camp at Markanai. Group of horses on right marks spot where Lieuts Tomkins and Bailey were killed and Lieutenant Harington was mortally wounded. 
    Unknown
    c.Sept 1897

  14. Photo 919/(55)
    The Rambat Pass from Markanai Village. 
    Unknown
    c.Sept 1897

  15. Photo 919/(56)
    Entrenched camp at Inayat Killa, western face. 
    Unknown
    c.Sept 1897

  16. Photo 919/(57)
    Centre of head of Mamund valley. Village of Agra and Gat where Col O'Brien [and] Lt. Brown Clayton were killed on 30th Septr. 
    Unknown
    c.Sept 1897

  17. Photo 919/(58)
    Causeway along East bank of Panjkora river loking South. 
    Unknown
    c.Aug 1897

  18. Photo 919/(59)
    Malakand. Gretna Green. 
    Unknown
    c.Aug 1897

  19. Photo 919/(61)
    Malakand. O.G.G. [Orlando George Gunning]. 
    Unknown
    c.Aug 1897

  20. Photo 919/(62)
    Panjkora bridge from the South West with camp of 10th Field Battery on hill commanding bridge. 
    Unknown
    c.Aug 1897

  21. Photo 919/(63)
    Chakdara fort and gun park, 10th Field Battery. 
    Unknown
    c.Aug 1897


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