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Choose from 50 pictures in our Uganda collection for your Wall Art or Photo Gift. All professionally made for Quick Shipping.


Stripping the bark from the barkcloth tree, Uganda
Stripping the bark from the barkcloth tree, Uganda
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Queens Visit to Uganda
Queens Visit to Uganda
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Poster advertising trips to Uganda
Poster advertising trips to Uganda
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The pier at Entebbe, Uganda - Lake Victoria
The pier at Entebbe, Uganda - Lake Victoria
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Queen Elizabeth National Park, Uganda, East Africa
Queen Elizabeth National Park, Uganda, East Africa
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Uganda Kabalega Falls
Uganda Kabalega Falls
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Hospital carriage, Bura, Kenya, East Africa, WW1
Hospital carriage, Bura, Kenya, East Africa, WW1
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Rev. R. H. Walker, and Mika Sematimba
Rev. R. H. Walker, and Mika Sematimba
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Poorly Madi warrior fed Liebig Extract - Stanley
Poorly Madi warrior fed Liebig Extract - Stanley
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King of Bunyoro and two chiefs, Western Uganda, East Africa
King of Bunyoro and two chiefs, Western Uganda, East Africa
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Sir Henry Hamilton Johnston (1858 - 1927), British explorer, botanist, artist
Sir Henry Hamilton Johnston (1858 - 1927), British explorer, botanist, artist
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DAN-AIR de Havilland Comet 4C G-APDN at Gatwick Airport
DAN-AIR de Havilland Comet 4C G-APDN at Gatwick Airport
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DAN-AIR de Havilland Comet 4C G-APDN at Gatwick Airport Featured Image

DAN-AIR de Havilland Comet 4C G-APDN at Gatwick Airport

DAN-AIR de Havilland Comet 4C G-APDN at Gatwick Airport. DAN-AIR started life as Davies and Newman Airlines after the two founders. (this could well be the Comet 4C I flew from Gatwick to Venice on in 1972, to join the SS Nevasa for an educational Mediterranean cruise). Coincidentally I boarded Nevasas sister ship the SS Uganda at Port Stanley in December 1984 on Its penultimate trooping voyage before being scrapped. Date: circa 1970

© The Peter Butt Aviation Collection / Mary Evans

Busoga, Uganda - Heathen Shrine and Medicine Man
Busoga, Uganda - Heathen Shrine and Medicine Man
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Housebuilders in Uganda, Africa
Housebuilders in Uganda, Africa
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Weapon training while on safari
Weapon training while on safari
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Safari by A Company, 4th Bn Kings African Rifles
Safari by A Company, 4th Bn Kings African Rifles
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King?s African Rifles training with a light mortar, 1956
King?s African Rifles training with a light mortar, 1956
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Opening of the Nile source section, Uganda Railway
Opening of the Nile source section, Uganda Railway
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National Bank of India, Kampala, Uganda, East Africa
National Bank of India, Kampala, Uganda, East Africa
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Officers en route to convalescent home, East Africa, WW1
Officers en route to convalescent home, East Africa, WW1
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Uganda, The Black Baby
Uganda, The Black Baby
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Two members of the Lango Tribe of Uganda
Two members of the Lango Tribe of Uganda
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Introduction to Mwanga III of Uganda
Introduction to Mwanga III of Uganda
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Lira Uganda
Lira Uganda
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King?s African Rifles training with a light mortar, 1956 Featured Image

King?s African Rifles training with a light mortar, 1956

Photograph of King?s African Rifles training with a light mortar, 1956. Soldiers of the 4th (Uganda) Battalion undergo instruction in the use of a light mortar. In 1956 several battalions of the King?s African Rifles were serving in Kenya during the Mau Mau Rising, an anti-colonial revolt focusing on land ownership and who was to rule Kenya once the British withdrew. The rising was eventually defeated, but it required over 10, 000 British and African soldiers to do it. One of 41 photographs taken by Lt Roger Perkins, 4th (Uganda) Battalion King?s African Rifles, 1956-1957. Date: 1957

© The National Army Museum / Mary Evans Picture Library

Douglas C-47 U-401 Uganda Army AF Dar es Salaam 1966
Douglas C-47 U-401 Uganda Army AF Dar es Salaam 1966
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Training native soldiers in Uganda, WW1
Training native soldiers in Uganda, WW1
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SWS Stanley, Lake Kioga, Uganda
SWS Stanley, Lake Kioga, Uganda
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Bugandan Royalty (card 1 of 2)
Bugandan Royalty (card 1 of 2)
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Sir Henry Colville
Sir Henry Colville
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Interior of Muteesas Tomb - Kampala, Uganda
Interior of Muteesas Tomb - Kampala, Uganda
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Crocodile at Murchison Falls, Uganda
Crocodile at Murchison Falls, Uganda
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A Royal wedding in Uganda
A Royal wedding in Uganda
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The Duke and Duchess of York in Uganda
The Duke and Duchess of York in Uganda
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Uganda
Uganda
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The Kabaka of Buganda with his consort
The Kabaka of Buganda with his consort
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Uganda/Rubaga 1880
Uganda/Rubaga 1880
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Bugandan Royalty (card 1 of 2)

Card 1 of 2. The young King Daudi Cwa II of Uganda, seated on his elaborate golden throne (topped with a very British crown!), holding a staff of office, with his feet on a cheetah skin. Sir Daudi Cwa II, KCMG, KBE (1896 - 1939) was the King (kabaka) of Buganda from 1897 to 1939. On 14 August 1897, he succeeded Mwanga II as king of Buganda, a state in East Africa, which is now part of Uganda. A reformist, he initiated several significant changes in his kingdom, including a process of democratisation. After his death in 1939, he was succeeded by his son, Mutesa II, who went on to become the first president of Uganda. Daudi Cwa was baptized as a Protestant. "Daudi" is the Buganda language equivalent to "David"

© Mary Evans / Grenville Collins Postcard Collection

Mwanga, King of Uganda
Mwanga, King of Uganda
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Uganda - Rukidi III
Uganda - Rukidi III
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Uganda - The Royal Family - children
Uganda - The Royal Family - children
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The late Mr. A.M Mackay
The late Mr. A.M Mackay
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The late Mr. George L. Pilkington
The late Mr. George L. Pilkington
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Bugandan Royalty (card 2 of 2)
Bugandan Royalty (card 2 of 2)
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King Mwanga of Uganda, 1894
King Mwanga of Uganda, 1894
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Tanzania Uganda Lake
Tanzania Uganda Lake
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Uganda Rwenzori
Uganda Rwenzori
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Waganda Band, 1860's
Waganda Band, 1860's
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Sir Harry Johnston
Sir Harry Johnston
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Mackay in Uganda 1876
Mackay in Uganda 1876
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Zulu Ghost Cartoon/1892
Zulu Ghost Cartoon/1892
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Lions Stop Rail Work
Lions Stop Rail Work
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