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Fante Soldiers serving with the British against the Ashanti
Fante Soldiers serving with the British against the Ashanti
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Corno Di Bassetto
Corno Di Bassetto
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The King of Ashantis Palace at Kumasi, 1874
The King of Ashantis Palace at Kumasi, 1874
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The Tafelberg Hotel, HQ of Field-Marshal Model
The Tafelberg Hotel, HQ of Field-Marshal Model
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John Dowie, Vintner
John Dowie, Vintner
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Trafalgar Square Birds
Trafalgar Square Birds
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Scholarly Monks
Scholarly Monks
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Junkers Ju 86R -though not many built, this high flying
Junkers Ju 86R -though not many built, this high flying
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Douglas TBD-1 Devastator -a pre war carrier-going torpe
Douglas TBD-1 Devastator -a pre war carrier-going torpe
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The Ship Inn, Wincle, Cheshire
The Ship Inn, Wincle, Cheshire
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Rudyard Hotel, near Leek, Staffordshire
Rudyard Hotel, near Leek, Staffordshire
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Suffragette Arson Tunbridge Wells
Suffragette Arson Tunbridge Wells
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The Tafelberg Hotel, HQ of Field-Marshal Model Featured Image

The Tafelberg Hotel, HQ of Field-Marshal Model

The Tafelberg was at Oosterbeek centre crossroads, virtually adjacent to the Hartenstein Hotel. In September 1944 it was Model's HQ. He was the C in C of Heeresgruppe B, the German equivalent of Field-Marshal Montgomery. He was at lunch when he was told about the airborne landings at Wolfheze - the beginning of Operation Market Garden. Perhaps thinking of the British Long Range Desert Group's attempt to kidnap the famous German General Rommel in 1941, he thought that the paras were coming for him. He immediately moved his men from the Tafelberg and the Hartenstein to the HQ of General Bittrich at Doetinchem. As Market Garden progressed, the 1st AB Div soldiers were squeezed by the Germans into a smaller and smaller area centred on Oosterbeek - an area that became known as The Cauldron'. The building went in and out of German hands all the while acting as a medical treatment centre. This picture shows the facade essentially as it was during the battle and before it was later developed. Date: 2000

© Holts Battlefield Collection / Mary Evans

Reconversion of Queen Elizabeth
Reconversion of Queen Elizabeth
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Leaf Insect
Leaf Insect
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The Ashanti War (1873-74) - Native soldiers surprised
The Ashanti War (1873-74) - Native soldiers surprised
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The town of Sutah, Gold Coast, 1874
The town of Sutah, Gold Coast, 1874
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The Ashanti War (1873-74) Paying a West India regiment
The Ashanti War (1873-74) Paying a West India regiment
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Port of Christianborg near Accra, 1873
Port of Christianborg near Accra, 1873
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The Ashanti War (1873-74) - The burning of Kumasi
The Ashanti War (1873-74) - The burning of Kumasi
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A young boy with British officers in Kumasi, 1874
A young boy with British officers in Kumasi, 1874
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The Ashanti War (1873-74)
The Ashanti War (1873-74)
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The Castle of Elmina, Gold Coast, 1873
The Castle of Elmina, Gold Coast, 1873
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Summoning bearers to Cape Coast Castle, 1874
Summoning bearers to Cape Coast Castle, 1874
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Accra and its coastline in 1873
Accra and its coastline in 1873
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Accra and its coastline in 1873 Featured Image

Accra and its coastline in 1873

Accra sketched in 1873, the year, when after decades of an uneasy relationship between the British and the Acing people of central Ghana, the British attacked and virtually destroyed the Asanti capital of Kumasi, and officially declared Ghana a crown colony. Shortly thereafter, the British moved their administrative capital from Cape Coast to Accra. The main factors in this decision were Accra's drier climate relative to Cape Coast, and the fact that Accra was not home to the tsetse fly, allowing the use animal transport

© Illustrated London News Ltd/Mary Evans

Panoramic view of Cape Coast Castle, 1874
Panoramic view of Cape Coast Castle, 1874
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The Ashanti War (1873-74) The battlefield of Abrakrampa
The Ashanti War (1873-74) The battlefield of Abrakrampa
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View from Government House, Cape Coast Castle, 1873
View from Government House, Cape Coast Castle, 1873
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A village on the river Prah during the 2nd Ashanti War
A village on the river Prah during the 2nd Ashanti War
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Sentries of the different lines of troops in Camp at Prahsu
Sentries of the different lines of troops in Camp at Prahsu
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The Ashanti War (1873-74) Arrivals at Cape Coast Castle
The Ashanti War (1873-74) Arrivals at Cape Coast Castle
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The town of Accroful, 1874
The town of Accroful, 1874
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The Ashanti War (1873-74) The camp at Prah-su, 1874
The Ashanti War (1873-74) The camp at Prah-su, 1874
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Grand Palaver at Jellah Coffee, 1874
Grand Palaver at Jellah Coffee, 1874
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The Camp at Dunquah, Gold Coast, 1874
The Camp at Dunquah, Gold Coast, 1874
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The Ashanti War (1873-74) The 42nd Highlanders in the front
The Ashanti War (1873-74) The 42nd Highlanders in the front
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Town of Barracoe, Gold Coast, 1874
Town of Barracoe, Gold Coast, 1874
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Grand Palaver at Jellah Coffee, 1874 Featured Image

Grand Palaver at Jellah Coffee, 1874

A scene from the Gold Coast - a Grand Palaver at Jellah Coffee between the Administrator and the native kings and chiefs. From left to right, Folu, King of Jellah Coffee; Adjaba, King of Awoonah; Cocumay, War Captain of Awoonah and Okobim Paba, Chief Ashanti Ambassador on the left of the image. On the right, from left to right, Tubolu the interpreter, Commodore Sir William N.W. Hewitt, Charles C. Lees the acting administrator of the Gold Coast and H. Gibson the Secretary to the Commodore. Beyond the British line up is Solomon, King of James Town, Accra; Tackie, King of Accra; Lieutenants E.N. Rolfe and A.B. Crombie. In 1873, after decades of an uneasy relationship between the British and the Acing people of central Ghana, the British attacked and virtually destroyed the Asanti capital of Kumasi, and officially declared Ghana a crown colony on 24 July 1874

© Illustrated London News Ltd/Mary Evans

The Ashanti War (1873-74) - The arrival of stores
The Ashanti War (1873-74) - The arrival of stores
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The King of Ashantis bed, 1874
The King of Ashantis bed, 1874
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Ashanti war drums, 1874
Ashanti war drums, 1874
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Selling Indian corn on the streets of Cape Coast Castle, 187
Selling Indian corn on the streets of Cape Coast Castle, 187
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The town of Yancomassie-Assin, 1874
The town of Yancomassie-Assin, 1874
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Water supply to Cape Coast Castle, 1874
Water supply to Cape Coast Castle, 1874
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Market place at Kumasi, 1873
Market place at Kumasi, 1873
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Cape Coast Castle and forts in 1873
Cape Coast Castle and forts in 1873
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Shipping bullocks to Cape Coast Castle, 1874
Shipping bullocks to Cape Coast Castle, 1874
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The Ashanti War (1873-74) - Native carriers crossing mangrov
The Ashanti War (1873-74) - Native carriers crossing mangrov
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The Queen of Ashantis bed, 1874
The Queen of Ashantis bed, 1874
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The Ashanti War (1873-74) The return from Kumasi, 1874
The Ashanti War (1873-74) The return from Kumasi, 1874
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