Hicks Pasha and his staff
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115 x 85 mm. Woodburytype frontispiece, to Colborne (1884).
William Hicks Pasha (1830-1883) served in the Indian Army. In 1883 he was appointed by the Egyptian Government to command a field force against the Mahdists, which entered Kordofan, but was defeated at Kashgil, an engagement in which Hicks and all his staff were killed.
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This collection is available on microfiche: Africa, fiche numbers 20-21.
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