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Images Dated 22nd July 2015

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Royal Military Academy Sandhurst Featured 22 Jul 2015 Print

Royal Military Academy Sandhurst

One of eighteen photographs of the Royal Military Academy Sandhurst, mostly passing out parades, 1943-1968. Includes visit by Marshal Alphonse Juin. From a collection of 342 photographs of the post war British Army 1943-1983, showing active service in Malaya, Cyprus and Borneo; various exercises, including LONGSTOP and RUNAGROUND which were intended to test airborne and amphibious capabilities respectively. Date: 1968

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Court-Martial of Lt. Perry of H. Majesty?s 46th Regiment Featured 22 Jul 2015 Print

Court-Martial of Lt. Perry of H. Majesty?s 46th Regiment

The Court-Martial of Lieut. Perry of H. Majesty?s 46th Regiment, in the Mess Room at Windsor Barracks, August 1854.Coloured lithograph after artist unknown, published by Read and Co, London, 9 Sep 1854.The hierarchical and socially exclusive nature of the early Victorian officer corps was thrown into sharp relief by the court martial of Lieutenant James Edward Perry of the 46th (The South Devonshire) Regiment. The son of a tradesman, Perry had been subject to severe bullying until, losing all restraint, he attacked Lieutenant Thomas Greer with a silver candlestick. Both officers were eventually required to sell their commissions and leave the Army but the proceedings of the court martial exposed the unsavoury atmosphere in at least one officers? mess and generated much adverse publicity. Date: 1854

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Sepoys and an Indian officer, Bengal Army, 1815 (c) Featured 22 Jul 2015 Print

Sepoys and an Indian officer, Bengal Army, 1815 (c)

Sepoys and an Indian officer, Bengal Army, 1815 (c).Watercolour on European paper, by a Company artist, Patna, 1815 (c).Many Indian ethnic groups had their own long traditions as warrior peoples and the East India Company was quick to combine Western weapons, uniform and military training with the Indian?s own martial skills. The offer of good pay, status, security and honour meant that the Company could always recruit sepoys (Indian soldiers) to make up the bulk of its military forces. Date: circa 1815

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