Un groupe de Chindits fatigués sortir une civière vers le photographe, immédiatement derrière qui est la piste d'atterrissage jungle lumière. L'homme à gauche porte deux fusils Enfield, l'autre étant le blessé de. A sa droite est un Chindit Afrique noire de l'Ouest qui regarde la jungle pour les raiders japonais. Les hommes étaient de premier peloton, 41 Colonne, propre Régiment royal de 2ème roi
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JUL 4 1944 The pitiful Japanese retreat from Imphal From their hillside post, Leading Aircraftmen A Nickson and F Yewbrey of the RAF Regiment point out Japanese positions in the Imphal Valley to their Commanding Officer, Squadron Leader T F Ryalls, and a unit commander, Flying Officer J D Crowhill. At the height of the Siege of Imphal, four RAF Regiment squadrons, and numerous light anti-aircraft flights, were employed in defending the airfields in the valley.
Felice Beato, photographer; Henry Hering, printer British, India, 1858 - 1859 Albumen silver print Hodson's Horse was a new British regiment created during the Indian Mutiny in 1857. This irregular light cavalry of two thousand horses was named after its leader, Major William Stephen Raikes Hodson (1821-1858). The regiment included British military officers as well as native soldiers, many of whom were Sikhs from the region of Punjab.
John Opie, 1761-1807, British, An Officer in the East India Uniform of the 74th (Highland) Regiment, Previously Called Colonel Donald Macleod, ca. 1796, Oil on canvas, Yale Center for British Art, Paul Mellon Collection.