RMFF750E–INDIA: SEPOY MUTINY, 1857. /nSepoy mutineers attacking the redan battery at Lucknow, India on 30 July 1857. Contemporary English colored engraving.
RMFFA060–CARTOON: SEPOY MUTINY. /n'The British Vengeance.' After the Sepoy Mutiny of July 1857, the British lion attacks the Indian tiger, which has killed an English woman and infant. Cartoon from a contemporary American newspaper.
RMD96633–Indian Mutiny (Sepoy Mutiny) 1857-1859: Mounted rebel Sepoys charging through the streets of Delhi - May 1857. Engraving published c1895.
RMET5EHY–British soldiers, elephants, horses, camels, camp lines, India, Indian Rebellion, Mutiny views, Sepoy Mutiny, old vintage 1800s picture
RMM0J7CG–Indian Mutiny or Sepoy Mutiny (1857-1858). Rebelion against British rule in India. It was begun by Indian troops in the service of the British
RMFEHE11–Victoria Cross exploits during The Indian Mutiny 1857
RMM0J7D0–Indian Mutiny or Sepoy Mutiny (1857-1858). Rebelion against British rule in India. It was begun by Indian troops in the service of the British
RM2B9MTY5–CHARLES CANNING (1812-1862) Governor-General of India meeting Maharaja Ranbir Singh of Jammu and Kashmire in 1860 following the Sepoy Mutiny of 1857 in which he sided with the British.
RMJ4GCCX–Sepoy Mutiny Execution
RMTXGTEW–Indian Mutiny (Sepoy Mutiny) 1857-59: Desperate defence of the fort at Futtegurgh where 150 British, of whom only one quarter could bear arms, were under siege. Some of the women, including widow of a sergeant who had been killed, fought side-by-side with the soldiers. c. 1880 Illustration London
RMANMPC2–Indian Mutiny 1857
RMAJYXT9–Bangladesh Sepoy Monument For 19th Century Mutiny
RMBM2AM0–Goorkahs serving in the British military during Sepoy Mutiny, India, 1850s. Hand-colored woodcut
RMD87FR8–1857 Mutiny Wounded
RMT0HB0D–Mutinous Sepoy dividing spoils, Indian mutiny, Sepoy mutiny, Indian rebellion, 1857, India, Asia, old vintage 1800s engraving
RMD87FRN–Indian Mutiny Hodson
RMT0HC2D–Indian Rebellion, Indian mutiny, sepoy mutiny, Rebel Sepoy at Delhi, India, Asia, Asian, Indian, old vintage 1800s picture
RMK2WJJF–Lucknow, Indian Mutiny, 1857. memorial to William Case, 32nd Regiment of Foot, Brevet Lieutenant Colonel, British Army, Sepoy Mutiny, Dunton, Norfolk
RF2BMKJP0–Statue of John, first Lord Lawrence in Waterloo Place, London. He ruled the Punjab during the SEpoy Mutiny and was Viceroy of India. Statue ereted 1
RMFFA9RW–INDIA: SEPOY MUTINY, 1857. /nMutinous Sepoys about to be executed by being blown apart by cannon fire during the Sepoy Rebellion in India in 1857. Contemporary English engraving.
RMFF8T9W–INDIA: THE SEPOY REBELLION, /n1857-58: contemporary illustration by an anonymous Indian artist.
RMD9663C–Indian Mutiny (Sepoy Mutiny) 1857-1859: Highlanders capturing the muntineers' guns at Cawnpore, 16 July 1857. Wood engraving c.1895
RMET5F4B–Soldiers, himalaya mountains, India, Indian Rebellion, Mutiny views, Sepoy Mutiny, vintage
RM2BG4F5P–Fight at Allahabad during the Sepoy Rebellion in India, 1857. Hand-colored woodcut
RMKFRYC3–Mutineers advancing on Delhi, India, Indian Rebellion of 1857
RM2GFNTE2–British Empire. Asia. Indian Mutiny, 1857. The Relief of Lucknow. Three central figures depict, from left to right: Sir Henry Havelock (1795-1857), Sir James Outram (1803-1863) and Sir Colin Campbell, Baron Clyde (1792-1863). Painting by Thomas Jones Barker (1815-1882). Oil on canvas (105,4 x 181,3 cm), 1859. Detail. National Portrait Gallery. London, England, United Kingdom.
RMPRFF85–Punch cartoon with , with Lord Palmerston, Sir Colin Campbell, referencing the Sepoy Mutiny of 1857, entitled the new year's gift, India is represented by a cowed tiger
RM2B01PCE–The 1915 Singapore Mutiny, also known as the 1915 Sepoy Mutiny, or Mutiny of the 5th Native Light Infantry was a mutiny involving up to half of 850 sepoys (Indian soldiers) against the British in Singapore during the First World War, linked with the 1915 Ghadar Conspiracy. The mutiny, on 15 February 1915, lasted nearly seven days and resulted in the deaths of 47 British soldiers and local civilians, before it was finally quelled by British forces and Allied naval detachments. It was an event that not only caught the British off-guard but also shook the foundation of British rule in Singapore.
RMTXGTEC–Indian Mutiny (Sepoy Mutiny) 1857-1859: Siege of Delhi - engineers blowing up the Cashmere Gate so that Colonel Cambell's men could pass into the city, September 1857 c1895 Wood engraving
RM2BTF3WD–Artillery Crossing a nullah. The 53rd Regiment cossing a nullah or nulla, a stream or watercourse, on their way to the relief of Lucknow during the Indian Rebellion of 1857. From Recollections of a Winter Campaign in India, 1857-58, published 1869.
RMP84HTP–Henry Havelock and the Madras fusiliers taking the Charbagh Bridge, during the First relief of Lucknow, Indian Rebellion of 1857
RMDT8Y09–Blowing from a gun, 1858. Artist: Norie, Orlando (1832-1901)
RMP70EXX–The Flight from Lucknow, 1857
RM2B00NWB–India: Greased cartridge for the 1853 Enfield, a major cause of the Indian Rebellion of 1857 or Indian Mutiny. In 1853 Sepoys throughout India were issued with a new rifle, the Pattern 1853 Enfield rifled musket. It was believed that the cartridges that were standard issue with this rifle were greased with lard (pork fat) which was regarded as unclean by Muslims, or tallow (beef fat), regarded as sacred to Hindus.
RMD87FFB–1857 Mutiny Rebel Sepoys
RMTA07AH–The relief of Lucknow, 1857
RF2D9JG24–Hodson's Horse at the battle of Rhotuck [William Stephen Raikes Hodson (19 March 1821 – 11 March 1858) was a British leader of irregular light cavalry during the Indian Rebellion of 1857, commonly referred to as the Indian Mutiny or the Sepoy Mutiny. He was known as 'Hodson of Hodson's Horse'] Lithograph from the book Campaign in India 1857-58 Illustrating the military operations before Delhi ; 26 Hand coloured Lithographed plates. by George Francklin Atkinson Published by Day & Son Lithographers to the Queen in 1859
RMM60D4A–First relief of Lucknow, 1857, Highlanders rescuing children
RMFFA9T1–SEPOY MUTINY, 1857. /nThe massacre of the British at Cawnpore during the Sepoy Rebellion in India in 1857. Contemporary English engraving.
RMFF9XAX–INDIA: SEPOY MUTINY, 1857. /n'Justice.' An English cartoon of 1857 expressing the British desire for revenge after the massacre of English prisoners at Cawnpore, India, July 1857, by Sepoys under the command of Nana Sahib.
RMD95KP8–Indian Mutiny 1857-1859, also known as the Sepoy Mutiny or the Great War of Independence. First relief of Lucknow by General Henry Havelock 15 September 1857. Engraving.
RMET5F4C–Soldiers, overlooking Delhi from Mound Battery, India, Indian Rebellion, Mutiny views, Sepoy Mutiny, vintage 1800s picture
RMM2JK2R–9th lancers at Delhi, India, Indian Rebellion of 1857. Earning their nickname of the Delhi Spearmen
RMPBKNBB–. English: Map of Hindoostan (now India, Pakistan, Bangladesh), with annotations on the Sepoy Mutiny. published 1895 884 Land of the Veda - India map
RM2GFNTEE–Sir James Outram, 1st Baronet (1803-1863). English Lieutenant-General who fought in the Indian Rebellion of 1857. Portrait by Thomas Brigstocke (1809-1881). Oil on canvas (70,5 x 50,5 cm), ca. 1863. National Portrait Gallery. London, England, United Kingdom.
RMMNTJ8R–. 'Capture of the King of Delhi by Captain Hodson', steel engraving. Captain William Hodson captured Bahadur Shah II on 20 September 1857 during the Sepoy Mutiny. 1860s. London Printing and Publishing Co., Ltd. 1170 The capture of the king of delhi by Captain Hodson
RF2HN3PM5–The Chattar Manzil palace wall in Lucknow, India, which was destroyed by mutineers during the Indian Rebellion of 1857 (also known as the Sepoy Mutiny
RMA902GB–Colonel Gillespie scaling the ramparts in face of the mutineers at Vellore
RMP7R4RA–Disarmament of a Sepoy regiment at Barrackpore, West Bengal, India, during the Indian Rebellion of 1857
RMH04APH–Troops preparing to march during the Indian Rebellion against the rule of the British East India Company, that ran from May 1857 to July 1859. The rebellion began by Sepoys of the East India Company's army escalated into mutinies and civilian rebellions.
RFW3NMYY–Martyrs' Column of Cellular Jail. Inscription in Hindi is memoir for bravehearts, who sacrificed live in Indian Freedom Struggle and 1857 Sepoy Mutiny
RMW326WP–Sepoy Mutiny 1857
RMTXGTB8–Indian Mutiny (Sepoy Mutiny) 1857-1859 : Mounted rebel Sepoys charging through the streets of Delhi May 1857 c1895 Engraving
RM2DJFD0C–Eastwood Ho! Engraving by William Luson Thomas after the 1857 painting by Henry Nelson O'Neil. The picture shows soldiers on a British troopship saying farewell to family and friends before they sale for India to fight in the Indian Mutiny or Indian First War of Independence, 1857-1859.
RFFF456H–INDIA Sepoy revolt, Meerut 1857. Illustrated London News
RMFF9Y4A–INDIA: SEPOY MUTINY, 1857./nA Sepoy (native) regiment encampment in India: wood engraving from the time of the Sepoy Mutiny in 1857.
RMFF9KHD–CHARLES HADDON SPURGEON /n(1834-1892). English Baptist preacher. The 23-year-old Spurgeon preaching at the Crystal Palace in London on 7 October 1857, a day of public religious humiliation occasioned by the Sepoy mutiny in India. Line engraving, 19th cent
RMD96637–Indian Mutiny (Sepoy Mutiny) 1857-1859: Siege of Delhi - engineers blowing up the Cashmere Gate so that Colonel Cambell's men could pass into the city, September 1857. Wood engraving c1895
RMET5F3M–British repulse sortie from Delhi, India, Indian Rebellion, Mutiny views, Sepoy Mutiny, old vintage 1800s picture
RM2D4RGYY–Major General Sir Henry Havelock statue at Trafalgar Square
RMA5AH3K–Encounter between Lieutenant Hills and a body of Sepoy cavalry.
RM2F64RP0–General Sir James Hope Grant, 1808 – 1875, a British Army officer
RMPXD25H–Flight of Europeans from Mutineers, during the Indian Mutiny of 1857
RMBPWPC9–Thomas Henry Kavanagh VC disguised as an native is confronted by rebel sepoys during the Indian Mutiny.
RMA902GE–Surrender of The Little Princes to Lord Cornwallis at Seringapatam during the Indian Mutiny
RMB1ABGF–A statue of John Lord Lawrence, the man who ruled in the Punjab during the Sepoy Mutiny/First War of Independence.
RMCC0G7G–Muslim Sepoys or Soldiers during Indian Mutiny (1857) on the North West Frontier Province, or Kyber Pass, British India, Pakistan. Vintage Illustration or Engraving
RMKWB6BR–‘Blowing from a Gun’ the Execution of 40 Sepoy Mutineers in Ludhiana, June 10, 1857. The condemned Indian Sepoy rebels were from the 54th Regiment of the East India Company’s Army. British and loyal Indian troops stand in witness, as the port firers await (BSIC 2016 9 8). 7 Continents History/Everett Collection
RMPMD29N–[Ruins of a Sepoy Battery]. Date/Period: 1858. Print. Albumen silver. Height: 249 mm (9.80 in); Width: 302 mm (11.88 in). Author: Felice Beato.
RMA66DH6–Mutiny Rohtak Taken
RMTXGTAM–Indian Mutiny (Sepoy Mutiny) 1857-59 Highlanders capturing the muntineers' guns at Cawnpore, 16 July 1857 c.1895 Wood engraving
RMG39T98–The capture and death of the Shahzadaghs. Date: 1857
RFFF1D5N–INDIA Sepoy Camp, Barrackpur 1858. Illustrated London News
RMFFA9RY–INDIA: SEPOY MUTINY, 1857. /nThe deaths of Major Skene and his wife at Jhansi during the Sepoy Rebellion in India in 1857. Contemporary English engraving.
RMFFRY16–INDIA: SEPOY REBELLION, 1857. /nThe British assault on Indian mutineers at Delhi, India, 14 September 1857. Line engraving from Charles Ball's 'History of the Indian Mutiny,' 1859.
RMD95KNR–Indian Mutiny 1857-1859, also known as the Sepoy Mutiny or the Great War of Independence: Death of Brigadier Adrian Hope during British attack on Fort Roodamow 15 April 1858. Hand-coloured engraving.
RMET5EGK–Mutiny view, Ghazeodeen Nuggur, Ghaziuddinnagar, Ghaziuddin nagar, Ghaziabad, India, Indian Rebellion, Mutiny views, Sepoy Mutiny, old vintage 1900s
RMA5AH1J–Massacre at Cawnpore, 1857. From The History of the Indian Mutiny published 1858
RM2F64RYM–Wounded Lt-Col. William Case and Captain Alfred Bassano, Battle of Chinhat, Siege of Lucknow, Indian Rebellion, 30 June 1857
RMPY64HW–Attack on the fort of Alambagh, India, during the Indian Mutiny of 1857
RMC547J4–Caricature of a Indian Horseman from a unit of the British Indian Army
RMKWD98F–‘Blowing from a Gun’ the Execution of 40 Sepoy Mutineers in Ludhiana, June 10, 1857. The condemned Indian Sepoy rebels were from the 54th Regiment of the East India Company’s Army. British and loyal Indian troops stand in witness, as the port firers await (BSLOC 2016 9 8)DUPLICATE REMOVED: SHOULD HAVE BEEN '7 Continents History', AS PER Barbara Schultz - DD
RMC1Y5XP–India. Sepoy Rebellion (1857). English delegation.
RMTCW6P3–'A Mutiny Relic - The Cross from Delhi Church', c1910. Creator: Unknown.
RMFBMCNF–India. Sepoy Rebellion (1857). India revolution that erupted as a reaction against British colonial policy. In 1857 the sepoys revolted and deprived of all authority to the East India Company (1858). Charging the British Cavalry in Lucknow, 1857. Drawing by Stanley L. Wood. Ilustración Ibérica, 1898
RMMNX7FN–. English: Sepoy of Madras Native Infantry and his wife, Watercolour on European paper, by a Company artist, 1810. By 1810 there were 46 regiments of Madras Native Infantry in existence alongside three regiments of European infantry. The Madras Army also included nine cavalry regiments and three artillery units. The caste marks on this sepoy's face show that he is a Hindu. In 1806 the Madras Army offended both Hindu and Muslim soldiers when it banned the wearing of caste marks and required Muslim soldiers to shave their beards. The resulting mutiny at Vellore demonstrated that the East India C
RMP52GE7–India. Sepoy Rebellion (1857). India revolution that erupted as a reaction against British colonial policy. In 1857 the sepoys revolted and deprived of all authority to the East India Company (1858). Sepoy. Colored engraving.
RMTXGTBY–Indian Mutiny (Sepoy Mutiny), 1857-1859 Lt. De Kantzow at Mynpooree holding the mutineering 9th Sepoys at bay for three hours until rescued by an influential Indian. c.1880 Wood engraving London
RMCEE0WR–India, Uttar Pradesh, Varanasi, Indian Mutiny, 1761 memorial to Lieut Arch Scott of 1st Battallion Sepoys
RFFF0E1G–INDIA Execution of Havildar and Sepoy, Mumbai 1857. Illustrated London News
RMFF750F–INDIA: SEPOY MUTINY, 1857. /nSepoy mutineers cavalry attacking a British infantry square at Battle of Cawnpore in 1857. Contemporary English colored engraving.
RMD95KP2–Indian Mutiny 1857-1859, also known as the Sepoy Mutiny or the Great War of Independence: blowing up of the Cashmere Gate, Delhi. Shot through arm and leg, Lieutenant Salkeld hands aslow match to Corporal Burgess who was mortally wounded just after lighting charge. Engraving.
RMET5F4D–Sati Chaura, Satti Chaura Ghat, Massacre Ghat, Cawnpore, Kanpur, Uttar Pradesh, India, Indian Rebellion, Mutiny views, Sepoy Mutiny, vintage
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