Found in 138 Collections and/or Records:
78 x 80 mm. A blurred print showing units of the 4th Egyptian Battalion with officers on horseback beside them. The photograph is stuck on to an album page entitled 'Wad Hamed Camp. Sirdar's Review, August 25th'.
79 x 79 mm. A very blurred print showing the pipers of the 4th Egyptian Battalion. The photograph is stuck on to an album page entitled 'Wad Hamed Camp. Sirdar's Review, August 25th'.
70 x 110 mm. Showing a young man stood posing (and laughing) for the camera. Part of the crashed aeroplane is visible above his head, and there is an European some way behind him.
162 x 104 mm. A view showing local workers under the supervision of an English officer, working in an outdoor wood store. Exact location unknown, probably Atbara.
65 x 110 mm. Showing two men stood between two seated camels. Both men carry guns and bullet belts.
68 x 44 mm.
76 x 76 mm. A distant and indistinct view of the Atbara camp from the river.
79 x 79 mm. A view showing Arab porters unloading baggage from a train (near Atbara ?).
70 x 45 mm. A small group of people stood in the shade of a large tree on the banks of the Nile River.
156 x 128 mm. A view showing a group of Camerons having breakfast on the station platform at Abu Hamed. 'Lieut. Hon. A. Maitland' is identified in the foreground.
166 x 128 mm. A view showing a group of Camerons having breakfast on the station platform at Abu Hamed. Identifed figures are 'Capt. J. Campbell, Adjutant', 'Capt. MacFarlan' and 'Lieut. Sandilands'.
163 x 116 mm. A view showing soldiers of the Camerons and Seaforths digging graves. The British Brigade (composed of Royal Warwicks, Lincolns, Seaforths and Camerons) lost five officers and 21 men in the action, the Egyptian Brigade lost 57 men. Mahmoud's losses are estimated at 3000 or more.
153 x 114 mm. A view showing two Cameron Highlanders riding a camel on the advance from Wad Hamid. The photograph is stuck on to an album page entitled 'Leaving Wad Hamed'.
Canon K.St. A. Rogers, Rev. R. Banks and Mrs. Banks, seated in front of their guides, Upper Nile, 1915
82 x 82 mm. glass slides with brief, undated captions.
150 x 115 mm. A view showing Captain McLean marching beside 'G' Company Cameron Highlanders as they leave Wad Hamid. The photograph is stuck on to an album page entitled 'Leaving Wad Hamed'.
80 x 120 mm.
110 x 65 mm. Showing the engine of the crashed aeroplane on a wooden cart being towed away by around nine men. Two are pulling, the others are pushing.
79 x 79 mm. A view showing Wingate and a group of army officers disembarking. Exact location unknown, possibly near Atbara (although the railway did not get to Atbara itself until July 1898, three months after the battle of Atbara).
78 x 78 mm. With Wingate talking to an Arab. Possibly near Atbara.
115 x 80 mm.
120 x 70 mm.
120 x 70 mm.
110 x 70 mm. A view of numerous date palm trees.
110 x 65 mm. A view of the barren landscape. Location unidentified, but probably Shereik.
80 x 125 mm. Showing men stood around a crashed aeroplane. They are moving the engine using a winch they have made from tree trunks.