Found in 138 Collections and/or Records:
Lieut J.A. Morrison, Lieut M. Gurdon-Rebow, Lieut. Charles Corkran, Capt. the Hon. W. Cavendish, Grenadier Guards, 1898-08-15
164 x 108 mm. A view showing this group of officers standing on an open plain at Atbara. The photograph is stuck on to an album page entitled 'Atbara Camp, August 15th'.
Mahmoud in his bloodstained Jibba, just captured at Battle of the Atbara, April 8th. Escort of 10th Sondanese Battalion, 1898-04-08
162 x 115 mm. A view showing Mahmoud in the centre of a group of Sudanese soldiers. The bloodstains on his Jibba are from a bayonet wound in his left leg. Mahmoud was imprisoned at Rosetta and died in 1906.
Major C. A'Court, R.B., Brigade-Major, Col Villiers Hatton, C.B., Grenadier Guards, on his donkey, the Colonel's Bugler, 1898-08-15
164 x 108 mm. A view showing the above-name figures on the parade ground at Atbara Camp during the field day. Colonel (later Major-General) Hatton was in command of the 1st Battalion Grenadier Guards during the campaign. The photograph is stuck on to an album page entitled 'Atbara Camp, August 15th'.
125 x 90 mm. Showing one man sat on a camel, two men stood beside them.
90 x 125 mm. Showing Tymms eating a watermelon beside a hut.
120 x 80 mm.
1190 x 65 mm.
Northumberland Fusiliers and Grenadier Guards. Lieut Gascoigne, DSO, Adjutant on his donkey, 1898-08-15
164 x 109 mm. A blurred print showing a long row of kneeling soldiers with Hatton and Gascoigne on their donkeys behind. The photograph is stuck on to an album page entitled 'Atbara Camp, August 15th'.
77 x 101 mm. A rather dark print showing porters loaded with boxes of supplies wading across a small river.
45 x 70 mm. Showing a man sat outside a hut made of woven material holding up a baby. Exact location unidentified, but probably Shereik.
70 x 40 mm. Showing a man mounted on a camel herding a group of camels by. Location unidentified, but probably Shereik.
125 x 90 mm. Showing the locals making a fire, before a crashed aeroplane.
152 x 113 mm. A view showing the three named Cameron Highlanders marching out of Wad Hamid with Sudanese troops. The photograph is stuck on to an album page entitled 'Leaving Wad Hamed'.
90 x 125 mm. Tymms and another on camels. The caption identifies them as: 'Major C. C. Turner - Daily Telegraph correspondent, F. Tymms - Navigator.'
Memoirs and correspondence, photocopied in 1987 or 1988, representing the reminiscences of members of the Asian community of the West Nile District of Uganda.
90 x 125 mm. Showing men stood around a crashed aeroplane. They are moving the engine using a winch they have made from tree trunks. Major Brackley is in the centre.
70 x 45 mm. A distant view of the Nile River.
78 x 78 mm. A view showing Sudanese troops loading baggage on the shores of Royan Island (exact location unknown, presumably one of the Nile islands of Wad Hamid).
109 x 66 mm. A group of people carrying engines across the desert.
69 x 44 mm. Men working on a crashed plane at Shereik.
76 x 77 mm. A very indistinct view showing the river bank at Shendi which lies south-east of Metamma on the eastern bank of the Nile. Shendi is about halfway between Atbara and Khartoum.
107 x 66 mm. A crashed plane.
110 x 65 mm. Showing men stood around a crashed aeroplane. There is a ladder resting against the plane, and a winch made from tree trunks beside it. The men appear to be winching the engine free of the plane.
110 x 65 mm. Showing a crashed aeroplane, with men carrying out repairs.
85 x 60 mm. A view of people stood beside a crashed aeroplane (rotor blades only are visible in this photograph).