Atbara (inhabited place)
Found in 14 Collections and/or Records:
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.
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 ?).
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.
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.
Field Day, Grenadier Guards. Col. Hatton on donkey. Lieut E.F.O. Gascoigne, D.S.O., Adjutant, 1898-08-15
165 x 108 mm. A view showing Hatton and Gascoigne seated on donkeys with soldiers of the Grenadier Guards in front of them. The photograph is stuck on to an album page entitled 'Atbara Camp, August 15th'.
158 x 107 mm. A view looking across the junction of the Rivers Atbara and Nile, with the tents of the army encampment visible in the distance.
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'.
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'.
157 x 196 mm. An exterior view of Kitchener's headquarters at Atbara, a long low single storied building with a thatched roof.
155 x 127 mm. A view showing a trainload of Camerons leaving Atbara, with an officer standing on the platform in the foreground.