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HomeContents > Indian Mutiny (1857-1858)

 
 
Felice Beato, Interior of the Secundra Bagh after the Slaughter of 2,000 Rebels by the 93rd Highlanders and 4th Punjab Regiment. First Attack of Sir Colin Campbell in November 1857, Lucknow., 1858, Albumen print, Wellcome Collection, Wellcome Library, London, LL/36795
 
Indian Mutiny (1857-1858)
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Introduction
395.01   Indian Mutiny (1858): Introduction
Events
395.02   The Cawnpore (Kanpur) Massacres
Photographers
395.03   Felice Beato: Indian Mutiny (1858) - Lucknow
395.04   Felice Beato: Indian Mutiny (1858) - Mutineers hanged
395.05   Felice Beato: Indian Mutiny (1858) - Hodson's Horse
395.06   Robert & Harriet Tytler: India at the time of the Mutiny
395.07   Darogha Ubbas Alli: Sekunder Bagh, Lucknow
 
  
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