Found in 184 Collections and/or Records:
163 x 133 mm. A view after the flags have been raised with the troops cheering. This ceremony was followed by a short religious service and then the playing of Gordon's favourite hymn 'Abide with me', by the band of the 11th Sudanese. The photograph is stuck on to an album page entitled 'Khartum, September 4th'.
60 x 60 mm. Showing three women sat on a bench outside a house, with a dog. They are identified simply as 'BCC', 'KMW' and 'HMH'.
102 x 58 mm. glossy print with 154 x 101 mm. copy.
132 x 89 mm. A view looking along the Nile from the palace. The photograph is stuck on to an album page entitled 'Khartum'.
75 x 51 mm. The White Nile Bridge.
166 x 117 mm. A view showing dead and wounded dervishes on the Omdurman battlefield after the first phase of the battle. With the hill of Jebel Surkab in the background.
161 x 114 mm. A view showing dervish prisoners being marched through the muddy mirhab enclosure with a Sudanese soldier guarding them (right of print).
164 x 115 mm. A view showing dervish prisoners seated under crude awnings in the mirhab at Omdurman.
78 x 78 mm. A view showing the courtyard and entrance to Yakoub's house in Omdurman. Yakoub, a half brother of the Khalifa, was killed during the Battle of Omdurman. The photograph is stuck on to an album page entitled 'Omdurman'.
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