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

© The National Army Museum / Mary Evans Picture Library

Charles Lavigerie (1825-1892). French missionary and cardina Featured Print

Charles Lavigerie (1825-1892). French missionary and cardina

Charles Lavigerie (1825-1892). French missionary and cardinal. Engraving by H. Thiriat. Fight against slavery. Antislavery Congress. La Ilustracion Espanola y Americana, 1890. Colored

© Thaliastock / Mary Evans

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Kluang court martial 1946 Featured Print

Kluang court martial 1946

Presiding officer of the court martial, Brigadier M.V.Wright (left), commander of the 14th Indian Infantry Brigade, with members of the court awaiting the start of the day's proceedings. The Judge-Advocate, Major J.D.M.Smith, is wearing a black beret. In May 1946, at the Muar Camp in Malaya, over 250 privates refused to obey orders and were later charged with mutiny. Three were acquitted, eight sentenced to five years penal servitude and the rest two years imprisonment. When news reached the UK, two days after sentencing, the Judge Advocate-General quashed the sentences due to irregularities that made the trial unsatisfactory. Date: 1946

© Illustrated London News Ltd/Mary Evans