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'Cawnpore - The Passage of the Ganges with the Refugees from Lucknow...November 1857', (1901). Creator: Unknown.

'Cawnpore - The Passage of the Ganges with the Refugees from Lucknow...November 1857', (1901). Creator: Unknown.

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'Cawnpore - The Passage of the Ganges with the Refugees from Lucknow, 29th and 30th November 1857', (1901). British forces with women and children rescued from Lucknow, and sick and wounded soldiers, crossing the River Ganges. Field Marshal Colin Campbell is on the left. The siege of Lucknow was one of the major engagements of the uprising against British rule in India which began in 1857. The city was besieged by mutineers for 87 days from the outbreak of the mutiny until a British force arrived on 25th November 1857. After 'Cawnpore - Passage of the Ganges', painting of 1865-1869, in the Glasgow Museums Resource Centre. From "The Life and Deeds of Earl Roberts, Vol. I. - To The End of the Indian Mutiny", by J. Maclaren Cobban. [T. C. & E. C. Jack, Edinburgh, 1901]


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  1. 0580064915
  1. 2-710-978
  1. 2710978

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Pixel Dimensions (W x H) : 6171x3523
File Size : 63693kb

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Creator
  1. Unknown, attributed to: :
After
  1. George Jones: British: Artist, painter
People Related
  1. TC and EC Jack: British: Publisher, publishers, publishing company
  2. J Maclaren Cobban: : Author, writer, historian
  3. Lord Frederick Sleigh Roberts: British: Commander in Chief of the British Army
  4. Colin Campbell: British: army officer
Geographic Hierarchy
  1. World
  2. --- Asia
  3. ------ India
  4. --------- Uttar Pradesh
  5. ------------ Kānpur
  1. 26 26 52 N , 080 20 47 E

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