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Battle of Omdurman, Friday, September 2, 1898
Battle of Omdurman, Friday, September 2, 1898
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OMDURMAN
OMDURMAN
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Sudan - Omdurman - The Mahdi's Tomb
Sudan - Omdurman - The Mahdi's Tomb
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The Charge of the 21st Lancers at Omdurman, 2nd September, 1898 by R. Caton Woodville
The Charge of the 21st Lancers at Omdurman, 2nd September, 1898 by R. Caton Woodville
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Battle of Omdurman - capture of the Khalifas standard
Battle of Omdurman - capture of the Khalifas standard
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The Mahdis Tomb - Morning after the Battle
The Mahdis Tomb - Morning after the Battle
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The Khalifas House - Omdurman, Sudan
The Khalifas House - Omdurman, Sudan
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Kulah Khud, Persian style helmet
Kulah Khud, Persian style helmet
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Sudanese kettle drum, 1898
Sudanese kettle drum, 1898
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Jibbah, Dervish, 1898
Jibbah, Dervish, 1898
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The Charge of the 21st Lancers at the Battle of Omdurman, 18
The Charge of the 21st Lancers at the Battle of Omdurman, 18
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Waiting for the attack, Omdurman
Waiting for the attack, Omdurman
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Waiting for the attack, Omdurman Featured Print

Waiting for the attack, Omdurman

Waiting for the attack, Omdurman, 2nd Sudan War. Members of the 1st Battalion, The Lincolnshire Regiment, man a makeshift line prior to the deciding battle of the 2nd Sudan War (1896-1899). Omdurman was situated just north of Khartoum and marked the culmination of Major-General Sir Horatio Herbert (later Field Marshal, 1st Earl) Kitchener's re-conquest of the Sudan. Kitchener commanded a force of 8, 000 British regulars and a mixed force of 17, 000 Sudanese and Egyptian soldiers. Armed with modern rifles, Maxim guns and artillery they easily defeated the 50, 000 strong Dervish army of Abdullah al-Taashi. Kitchener's force lost 48 men with 382 wounded as opposed to the 10, 000 dead and 13, 000 wounded of the Dervishes. Date: 1898

© The National Army Museum / Mary Evans Picture Library

Archibald Hunter
Archibald Hunter
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Mahdis Tomb - Omdurman, Sudan
Mahdis Tomb - Omdurman, Sudan
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The Market, Omdurman, Sudan, Africa
The Market, Omdurman, Sudan, Africa
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Street Scene - Omdurman (Khartoum), Sudan
Street Scene - Omdurman (Khartoum), Sudan
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The Grain Market - Omdurman, Sudan
The Grain Market - Omdurman, Sudan
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Khalifa House at Omdurman, Sudan, Africa
Khalifa House at Omdurman, Sudan, Africa
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Sudan - Souk / Market, Omdurman
Sudan - Souk / Market, Omdurman
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Sudan - Native Women, Omdurman
Sudan - Native Women, Omdurman
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HRH The Duke of Connaught leaving Omdurman, Sudan
HRH The Duke of Connaught leaving Omdurman, Sudan
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Washing clothes in the Nile, Sudan
Washing clothes in the Nile, Sudan
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Lancers Memorial - Battle of Omdurman
Lancers Memorial - Battle of Omdurman
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Sudan - Native Vase Market at Omdurman
Sudan - Native Vase Market at Omdurman
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Mahdis Tomb - Omdurman, Sudan Featured Print

Mahdis Tomb - Omdurman, Sudan

The Mahdi's Tomb - Omdurman, Sudan. Tomb of Muhammad Ahmad, self- declared Mahdi in 1881. In his reform of Islam he replaced the pilgrimage to Mecca with the obligation to serve in the holy war against unbelievers. The tomb was destroyed by the British after their conquest of Sudan as can be seen in this photograph. The tomb was rebuilt in 1947 as a copy of the original. Date: circa 1910s

© Mary Evans / Grenville Collins Postcard Collection

Sudan - Omdurman - The Khalifas House
Sudan - Omdurman - The Khalifas House
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Non-commissioned officers of the 11th Sudanese
Non-commissioned officers of the 11th Sudanese
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Sudan - Native Market at Omdurman
Sudan - Native Market at Omdurman
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Sudan - Marketplace - Omdurman
Sudan - Marketplace - Omdurman
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Omdurman/Lancers Charge
Omdurman/Lancers Charge
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Date Market/Sudan/Africa
Date Market/Sudan/Africa
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Khalifas Flight
Khalifas Flight
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Omdurman [Hale]
Omdurman [Hale]
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11th Sudanese Battalion
11th Sudanese Battalion
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Events/Africa/Sudan Wars
Events/Africa/Sudan Wars
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