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    Icon3 Ottomans by Cesare Vecellio - late 16th Century

    Ottomans, Hungarians & Muscovites by Vecellio, 1590


    Some illustrations of 1590 from Cesare Vecellio's
    De gli habiti antichi, e moderni di diverse parti del mondo libri due ...
    (Of Ancient and Modern Dress of Diverse Parts of the World in Two Books ...)

    Ottoman soldiers & seamen by Vecellio
    Hungarians & Croats by Vecellio
    Muscovites by Vecellio
    A Georgian by Vecellio
    A Moor by Vecellio


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    Ottoman soldiers & seamen by Vecellio


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    Icon3 Links to History - Sicilian-Normans in Liber ad honorem August, by Pietro da Eboli, Sicily, c.1197

    Liber ad honorem Augusti, by Pietro da Eboli, Sicily, c.1197
    The Liber ad honorem Augusti sive de rebus Siculis tells the story of Tancred of Lecce's attempt to take control of Sicily, an attempt thwarted by the successful military campaign of Henry VI, Holy Roman Emperor.





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    Folio 95r. Virgil, Ovid, Lucan
    Folio 96r. The facts in the life of Roger II. / Birth of Constance d'Hautville. / Henry VI and Constance married. / Their departure for Germany.
    Folio 97r. Illness and death of William II. People and magnates of Palermo weeping
    Folio 98r. Mourning for William II of Sicily
    Folio 99r. The people and the soldiers of the Kingdom cheering respectively for Tancred and the Count of Andria, candidates to the throne of Sicily.
    Folio 100r. Matteo d'Ajello tries to induce Gualtiero d'Offamil to support Tancred of Lecce.
    Folio 101r. Greek, Saracen, Latin & Jewish Notaries. Messengers of Tancred de Hauteville
    Folio 102r. Triumphal entry of King Tancred into Palermo
    Folio 103r. Allusions to the future fall and deformity of Tancred.
    Folio 104r. The Count of Andria in jail.
    Folio 105r. Henry VI went to Rome to be crowned by Pope Celestine III.
    Folio 106r. Messengers of the Emperor / Messengers from Germany
    Folio 107r. Frederick Barbarossa on the 3rd Crusade / his death in Salef / Henry VI arrives in Sicily
    Folio 108r. The abbot of Montecassino Roffredo meets the emperor. Surrender of Rocca d'Arce. The emperor accompanied to Capua by the Archbishop.
    Folio 109r. Henry VI besieging Naples (1191) / Count Richard of Acerra wounded by an arrow.
    Folio 110r. Dressing of the wound of Count Richard of Acerra / Tancred fights Bohemian Knights / Ambassadors from Salerno before the royal couple
    Folio 111r. Entrance of Constance d'Hautville into Salerno. / Fighting between the forces of Salerno, Tancred and the Empire in the castle, and those on the other hill called Tuoro
    Folio 112r. Visit of the Archdeacon of Salerno to the sick Emperor in Naples.
    Folio 113r. Public discourse of Count Richard of Acerra and the Archbishop of Salerno because the Neapolitans will not leave the city. Neapolitan women.
    Folio 114r. Departure of the ill Henry VI for Germany
    Folio 115r. Salerni uprising against the Empress Constance.
    Folio 116r. The people of Salerno attack the palace wherein dwells Empress Constance. The Empress talks to the Salerni.
    Folio 117r. Assault by the Salerni on the Terracina Palace, Salerno. / The Empress Constance prays.
    Folio 118r. The Empress Constance in prayer. / Constance prisoner of Elia di Gisualdo
    Folio 119r. Departure of the captive Empress Constance d'Hautville for Messina.
    Folio 120r. Empress Constance Arriving in Messina. / Empress Constance talks with Tancred.
    Folio 121r. Tancred saddened thinking about the future. / Count Richard of Acerra advances on Capua.
    Folio 122r. Speech by Conrad von Lutzelhard besieged in Capua, his soldiers and Capuans.
    Folio 123r. Episode of the assault on Capua by Count Richard of Acerra. / The burial of the bodies after the battle.
    Folio 124r. The Empress Constance conducted as prisoner to Palermo. / Constance in conversation with the Queen Sibyl.
    Folio 125r. Message exchanges between Tancred and Queen Sibyl about the prisoner - Empress Constance.
    Folio 126r. Empress Constance imprisoned in the Castle of the Saviour in Naples at the behest of Matthew of Ajello.
    Folio 127r. Matthew of Ajello embraces his two wives. / Matthew of Ajello bathes his feet in the blood of a child to treat gout.
    Folio 128r. The Empress Constance released at the intersession of Pope Celestine III. / Constance leaves for Germany.
    Folio 129r. Arrest, defence and forgiveness of Richard the Lionheart, back from the Crusades.
    Folio 130r. Storming of S. Germano by Diepold von Schweinspeunt
    Folio 131r. The army and the fleet of the Emperor Henry VI to conquer the kingdom of Sicily.
    Folio 132r. Salerno attacked by the imperial troops
    Folio 133r. Diepold von Schweinspeunt. / Escape of Guido di Castelvecchio, who had tried to seize the prey made by Diepold von Schweinspeunt in his raids
    Folio 134r. Castles of Sicily. / The Emperor Henry VI in Favara receives ambassadors of Palermo. / Sadness of Queen Sibyl. / Entrance of the Emperor into Palermo.
    Folio 135r. Queen Sibyl while praying to the Apostles Peter and Paul.
    Folio 136r. Henry VI. / Conspiracy of Sibylla of Acerra against Henry VI in favor of William III's son Tancred
    Folio 137r. Denunciation of the conspiracy, capture and imprisonment of the conspirators.
    Folio 138r. The Empress Constance, when leaving for Sicily, entrusts the little Frederick Roger (the future Frederick II) to the Duchess of Spoleto.
    Folio 139r. Dedication image. The poet, accompanied by Chancellor Konrad von Querfurt, hands over the work to the Emperor Henry VI
    Folio 140r. Peter of Eboli invokes Wisdom.
    Folio 141r. Picture alluding to the peace that occurred under the Emperor Henry VI.
    Folio 142r. The chancellor receiving tribute from Arabs. Markward von Annweiler stands on the right.
    Folio 143r. Six paintings from the Old Testament that adorn the Sicilian Palace / Frederick I and his sons Henry and Phillip / Frederick I orders the cutting down of forests in Hungary on his crusade
    Folio 144r. A notary and people.
    Folio 145r. Under a large arch Chancellor Conrad talking to the nobles of the kingdom to his right, behind him two armed with swords in hand.
    Folio 146r. Henry enthroned among the seven virtues and the triumph over Tancred, who lies under the wagon of Fortuna
    Folio 147r. Henry VI on the throne flanked by Marcovaldo (Markward) of Anweiler to his right, Chancellor Konrad of Querfurt to his left & Heinrich von Kalden below him



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    Liber ad honorem Augusti, by Pietro da Eboli, Sicily, c.1197


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    12th Century Illustrations of Costume & Soldiers
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    Icon3 Links to History-Ottoman Turkish Illustrations from Peter Mundy's Album

    Last edited by druzhina345; March 02, 2014 at 06:13 AM.

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    Icon3 Links to History- Ilkhanid Mongols in the Kitab-i Samak 'Ayyar (part 3), c.1330



    Illustrations of Ilkhanid Mongols in the Kitab-i Samak 'Ayyar (part 3), c.1330
    Individual Folios
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    Samak Ayyar folio 003a Soldiers attacking a man lying outside a castle
    Samak Ayyar folio 013b Farrukhruz weeping at the sight of Gulru
    Samak Ayyar folio 019b A man and woman riding camels
    Samak Ayyar folio 031b The King of Chin's men trying to capture Samak, Mah Pari and her maidservant
    Samak Ayyar folio 039b Battle between Jamshid and Khurshidshah
    Samak Ayyar folio 046a Samak in disguise dancing before the king and queen
    Samak Ayyar folio 053a Deathbed scene of Khurshidshah surrounded by courtiers
    Samak Ayyar folio 061a Battle scene
    Samak Ayyar folio 068b Battle scene
    Samak Ayyar folio 080b Capture of a man in a tent, with soldiers attending outside
    Samak Ayyar folio 089a Qatus and Khurshidshah in single combat
    Samak Ayyar folio 094b Farrukhrus and Shirwan-bashan brought captive before Gharib Shah.
    Samak Ayyar folio 106a Farrukhrus rescued from Gharib by Samak
    Samak Ayyar folio 114a Samak's stratagem: a blacksmith heating tongs while a prisoner is held bound on the floor
    Samak Ayyar folio 121a Battle between Farrukhruz and Mardan-dukht
    Samak Ayyar folio 134a Searching for Mardandukht, Samak finds two human-headed birds
    Samak Ayyar folio 140a Marriage of Farrukhruz to Gulbuy, Shirwanbashan, Giti Numay, and Jakalmah
    Samak Ayyar folio 148a Samak captive before Qabut Bari
    Samak Ayyar folio 159a Khurshidshah and Mah Pari (?) emerging from the city gate
    Samak Ayyar folio 166b Two men swimming in a river while angels converse on the bank
    Samak Ayyar folio 180b Two archers shooting an ox while four angels look on from above
    Samak Ayyar folio 189a Bahlan brought captive before Samak
    Samak Ayyar folio 191b Mourners before the head of Khurshidshah
    Samak Ayyar folio 201a The marriage of Mardan-dukht
    Samak Ayyar folio 221b An old woman denounces a captive
    Samak Ayyar folio 226a The Wazir reading a document to Farrukhruz
    Samak Ayyar folio 234b Battle scene
    Samak Ayyar folio 241a Battle of Mardan-dukht and her veiled women warriors against Qabus
    Samak Ayyar folio 251a Captive flogged before Qabus, who is addressed angrily by Mardan-dukht
    Samak Ayyar folio 261a Battle scene
    Samak Ayyar folio 268b Samak conversing with Mahus on a throne placed beside a river
    Samak Ayyar folio 276a Battle between Mardan-dukht and Lal
    Samak Ayyar folio 283b Taj-dukht killing Gulbuy, Shirwan-bashan, Giti Numay, and Jakalmah
    Samak Ayyar folio 288a Taj-dukht captive and hanged in chains
    Samak Ayyar folio 302a Crushing of the witch Tighu under a rock
    Samak Ayyar folio 311a Battle scene
    Samak Ayyar folio 321b Meeting of two kings under a tree, with princess
    Samak Ayyar folio 327b Two men finding a man in a tent decapitated
    Samak Ayyar folio 331a Women offer food and drinks to hairy man

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    Default Links to History- Mysore Wars of Haidar Ali & Tipu Sultan

    The Mysore Wars of Haidar Ali & Tipu Sultan (1780s & 90s)

    Haidar Ali And Tipu Sultan And The Struggle With The Musalman Powers Of The South By Lewin B. Bowring as a Rich Text or MS Word document
    Armies of the Wars in India: by Paul D. Stevenson
    Armies of the Wars in India: The British Army by Paul D. Stevenson
    Armies of the Wars in India: Part IV The Mysoreans by Paul D. Stevenson
    Bombay Grenadier, Sepoy 1800 by Jack Cassin-Scott
    Sepoys of Madras, Bengal and Bombay, c.1816 after Fitzclarence
    Soldier of Tipu Sultan of Mysore armed with a flintlock musket
    Charles Gold's Oriental Drawings, 1806
    . Including Mysore Regular Infantry, Sepoys of the Madras Establishment,
    . Officers and Private of the Gun Lascar Corps, Madras_Establishment,
    . A Naigue of the Bombay Grenadier Battalion
    . and infantry & cavalry in front of Tipoo's Palace.
    Handcoloured engravings by Frederic Shoberl from his work 'The World in Miniature: Hindoostan'
    Muhammad Ali Khan, Nawab of Arcot and the Carnatic, 1770, by Tilly Keitle
    Drawing of Mangalore fort after it was taken by the British in 1783
    Pictures of Southern India from 'Oriental Memoirs' by James Forbes, 1813

    . An Indian Hackeree, drawn by Guzerat Oxen, with the Costume of different Casts in Hindostan from a drawing by Baron de Montalembert, 1807
    . A Mahomedan of Distinction with a Dervise on his Pilgrimage
    . Parsees at Bombay
    . The Conclusion of the Cheeta Hunt at Cambay, from an original drawing by Lady Malet
    . Hill Fort on the Island of Caranjah
    . Ragonath Row Ballajee; Pundit Purdhan, Peshwa of the Mahratta Empire
    . The Mahratta Peshwa, and his ministers at Poonah. Drawn from an original sketch belonging to Sir Charles Malet Bart.
    . Mohman Khaun, Nabob of Cambay
    . A Foot Soldier in the usual Costume of the Native Indians
    . A Mahratta Horseman, Sketched in the Camp
    . Peasants at a well in Hindostan. Sketched by Baron de Montalembert, 1807
    . Hindoo Devotees, of the Gosanee & Jetty Tribes
    . A Jungam and a Byragee, Hindoo Devotees
    . A Coolie Chieftain
    . A Gracia Chieftain or Rajah, with his Suarree or usual attendants, from a drawing by Baron de Montalembert, 1783
    . View of Onore Fort after the Seige in 1783

    Maps
    Map of Mysore in 1704 from 'Historical Atlas of India', by Charles Joppen (London: Longmans, Green & Co. 1907).
    Map of Mysore in 1751 from 'Historical Atlas of India', by Charles Joppen (London: Longmans, Green & Co., 1907).
    Carnatic Wars map from 'Historical Atlas of India', by Charles Joppen (London: Longmans, Green & Co., 1907).
    Map of Hyder Ali's dominions in 1780, by Charles Joppen (London: Longmans, Green & Co., 1907)
    Map to illustrate the Mysore Wars 1784, by Charles Joppen from 'Historical Atlas of India,' by Charles Joppen (London: Longmans, Green & Co., 1907).
    Map of India in 1795 from 'Historical Atlas of India,' by Charles Joppen (London: Longmans, Green & Co., 1907).
    Map of India 1805 by Charles Joppen from 'A Historical Atlas of India for the use of High-Schools, Colleges, and Private Students', 1907
    Map of 'The Southern Provinces of Hindoostan', 1794, by R. Wilkinson, London, from A General Atlas being A Collection of Maps of the World and Quarters, the Principal Empires, Kingdoms &c. with their several Provinces & others Subdivisions, Correctly Delineated.
    Map from 'The Southern Provinces of Hindoostan', 1800, by Robert Wilkinson, London.
    INDIA 1765 Map from 'The Imperial Gazetteer Atlas of India', 1908
    'Madras (Southern section) with Mysore, Coorg, and Travancore' by J.G. Bartholomew from Imperial Gazetteer, 1907-1909, Volume 18, opposite page 250.
    1700-1792 Map from 'The Historical Atlas' by William R. Shepherd, 1923

    Portraits
    Ink sketch of Haidar Ali in Durbar from Vincent Smith's, India in the British Period (part III of Oxford History of India), Oxford: Clarendon Press, 1920.
    Photograph of ink drawing of Haidar Ali (died 1782) captioned, 'Haidar Ali in his younger years,' from C. Hayavadana Rao's History of Mysore, Government Printing Press, Bangalore, India, 1943.
    Portrait of Tipu Sultan by an anonymous Indian artist in Mysore, ca. 1790-1800. From Kate Brittlebank's, Tipu Sultan's Search for Legitimacy, New Delhi: Oxford University Press, 1997.
    Ink sketch titled, 'Tipu Sultan, Another view'. From C. Hayavadana Rao's, History of Mysore, 1399 to 1799, volume III, Bangalore: Government Press, 1943.
    Tipu Sultan, ruler of Mysore (1782-1799). Oil on canvas. Portrait produced in 1792. British Library.

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    The Mysore Wars of Haidar Ali & Tipu Sultan (1780s & 90s)

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    Default Pictures of Swiss Soldiers by Urs Graf

    Urs Graf (born c. 1485 in Solothurn, Switzerland; possibly died before 13 October 1528) was a Swiss Renaissance goldsmith,
    painter and printmaker (of woodcuts, etchings and engravings), as well as a mercenary soldier.

    Prints of Swiss Soldiers by Urs Graf
    including larger pictures of:
    Standard Bearer of Schaffhausen
    Standard Bearer of Solothurn
    Standard Bearer of St Gallen
    Standard Bearer of Appenzell
    Standard Bearer of Zug
    Standard Bearer of Glarus
    Standard Bearer of Schwyz
    Standard Bearer of Unterwalden
    Standard Bearer of Fribourg
    Standard Bearer of Basel


    War wife with two children. Date: 1508
    Richtstätte . Date: 1513
    Man with a sundial.
    Battle of Marignano Date: 1521
    Werbung
    Four Fifers. Date: 1523
    Mercenary love c.1511
    Landsknecht. Date: 1513
    Pikeman. Date: 1514
    Pikeman (rear). Date: 1514
    Standard Bearer. Date: 1514
    Consiglio di guerra. Date: 1515
    Waffenrock. Date: 1516
    Swiss Mercenary and prostitute. Date: 1516
    Landsknecht and Devil. Date: 1516.
    Ensign with Boy at Wayside Cross. Date: 1516
    Standard bearer and prostitute. Date: 1516
    Man in coat and creature. Date: 1518
    Returning Landsknecht. Date: 1519
    Krieger im harnisch. Date: 1519
    Bearer of Julius Banner of Zug. Date: 1521
    The Bearer of the Banner of the Canton Glarus. Date: 1521
    Standard Bearer of Zurich. Date: 1521
    Swiss Mercenary. Date: 1523
    2 mercenaries & a woman with Death. Date: 1524
    Battle of the Lansquenets. Date: 1510-1530

    or MIRROR site:
    Prints of Swiss Soldiers by Urs Graf

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    16th Century Illustrations of Costume & Soldiers
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    Icon3 WORLD WAR II & The Korean War

    WORLD WAR II & The Korean War

    Forgotten Campaign: The Dutch East Indies Campaign 1941-1942
    Spoiler Alert, click show to read: 

    Index
    Admiralty Islands in 1942 " We were first ! " Unit History of Australian No.1 Independent Company
    Armoured Vehicles in the Pacific War
    Special Dutch East Indies 1941-1942 Bibliography
    BIOGRAPHIES The Dutch East Indies Campaign 1941-1942
    Books & Bibliography
    The Chronology of the Dutch East Indies, December 1941 - March 1942
    The Pacific War 1941-1945: THE LINKS
    Massacres of POWs, Dutch East Indies, 1941-1942
    The Pacific War - The Untold Stories 1941-1945
    The Submarine War
    Uniforms
    Veterans of the Dutch East Indies Campaign
    The War at Sea

    Air Force
    201st Mexican Fighter Squadron
    US Patrol Wing 10 in the Dutch East Indies, 1942
    During a little-known raid, Japan's newest four-engine flying boat was put to a challenging test: a flight of more than 3,000 miles to attack Hawaii.
    Save your life! An account of NAP 1/C Shinsaku Yamakawa during the attack on USS oiler Pecos, Java Sea 1942
    Royal Air Force Ranks (RAF)
    Who sank IJN destroyer Shinonome, December 1941?
    The restless sky over Tarakan Island, January 13th 1942

    Armour
    Alvis-Straussler Armoured Cars in the Netherlands East Indies
    The Use of Armoured Vehicles on Borneo, 1941-1942
    British Armoured Units in the Dutch East Indies, 1941-1942
    Vickers-Carden-Loyd Light Tanks in the Netherlands East Indies
    Chinese Nationalist Armour in World War II
    100th Indian Independent Light Tank Squadron, Malaya 1942
    The Japanese Armoured Units in the Dutch East Indies 1941-1942
    Japanese Armoured Units on Java Island, 1942
    Dutch (KNIL) Armoured Units in the Dutch East Indies, 1941-1942
    Japanese Armoured Units on Timor Island, 1942

    Biography
    Lieutenant-General Gerardus Johannes Berenschot
    Brigadier Arthur Seaforth Blackburn
    Air Force Major-General Lewis Hyde Brereton
    Air Force Lieutenant-General George H. Brett
    Commodore John Augustine Collins
    Group Captain Sir Lawrence Darvall
    Rear-Admiral Karel W.F.M. Doorman
    Rear-Admiral Ruitaro Fujita
    Rear-Admiral William A. Glassford, Jr.
    Rear-Admiral Kenzaburo Hara
    Admiral Thomas Charles Hart
    Rear-Admiral Shintaro Hashimoto
    Rear-Admiral Kouichiro Hatakeyama
    Vice-Admiral Conrad Emil Lambert Helfrich
    Captain Jacob P. van Helsdingen Hero of the Dutch East Indies, 1942
    Rear-Admiral Sueto Hirose
    Lieutenant-General Hitoshi Imamura
    Major-General Takeo Ito
    Rear-Admiral Kakaji Kakuta
    Major-General Kiyotake Kawaguchi
    Rear-Admiral Pieter Koenraad
    Vice-Admiral Nobutake Kondo
    Rear-Admiral Kyuji Kubo
    Rear-Admiral Takeo Kurita
    Air Vice-Marshal Sir Paul (Copeland) Maltby
    Lieutenant-General Masao Maruyama
    Vice-Admiral Chuichi Nagumo
    Rear-Admiral Shoji Nishimura
    Major-General Roelof T. Overakker
    Vice-Admiral Jisaburo Ozawa
    Rear-Admiral Sir Arthur Francis Eric Palliser
    Air Chief Marshal Sir Richard Edmund Charles Peirse
    Lieutenant-General Arthur Ernest Percival
    Major-General Jacob J. Pesman
    Major-General Ian Stanley Ord Playfair
    Lieutenant-General Sir Henry Royds Pownall
    Major-General Shizuo Sakaguchi
    Major-General Wijbrandus Schilling
    Colonel Toshishige Shoji
    Major-General Sir Hervey Degge Wilmot Sitwell
    Rear-Admiral Gerhard Wilhelm Stöve
    Rear-Admiral Takeo Takagi
    Vice-Admiral Ibo Takahashi
    Rear-Admiral Raizo Tanaka
    Lieutenant-General Hein Ter Poorten
    Report on a Grimness
    Major-General Yuitsu Tsuchihashi
    Vice-Admiral Nishio Tsukahara
    Air Force Lieutenant-General Ludolph H. van Oyen
    Rear-Admiral Johan Jasper Abraham van Staveren
    General Sir Archibald Percival Wavell
    Captain Leonard Walter Thomas Williams

    Land Combats
    The Japanese Invasion of Ambon Island, January 1942
    The capture of Andaman Islands, March 1942
    The capture of Bali Island, February 1942
    The capture of Balikpapan, January 1942
    The Banda Sea Operations 1941-1942
    The capture of Bandjermasin
    The conquest of Borneo Island, 1941-1942
    Buka Island, No. 3 Section, ’A’ Platoon, First Independent Company, AIF
    The Mystery of Christmas Island, March 1942
    The Dutch Submarine Operations in the Dutch East Indies 1941-1942
    "Diggers" on East Timor ! The East Timor Island, March 1942 to December 1942
    The Japanese Invasion of Sumatra Island
    Pacific War 1941-1945 Guidelines
    The Japanese paratroopers in the Dutch East Indies, 1941-1942
    The conquest of Java Island, March 1942
    Photo Gallery - The Fall of Java Island, March 1942
    The Fall of Kendari, January 1942
    "Seventy minutes before Pearl Harbor" The landing at Kota Bharu, Malaya, on December 7th 1941
    The Lesser Sunda Islands 1941-1942
    The capture of Makassar, February 1942
    The capture of Manokwari, April 1942
    Manus Island, experience of No. 4 Section, 'B' Platoon, First Independent Company, Australian Imperial Force
    The Fall of Menado, January 1942
    The last Dutch fortress in the East Indies - Merauke, Dutch New Guinea, 1942
    The Fall of Dutch New Guinea, April 1942
    An Abandoned Army - The KNIL and The Japanese Invasion of Northern Dutch Sumatra
    The Battle for Palembang, February 1942
    The capture of Rabaul and Kavieng, January 1942
    The capture of Riouw Archipelago
    The Japanese occupation of Sandakan, January 1942
    The Invasion of British Borneo in 1942
    The Italian Armed Forces in China, 1937-1943
    The capture of Tarakan Island, January 1942
    The Japanese Invasion of Dutch West Timor Island, February 1942
    The fighting on Portuguese East Timor, 1942

    General
    Chronology of the Dutch East Indies, 1 December 1941 - 6 December 1941
    Chronology of the Dutch East Indies, 7 December 1941 - 11 December 1941
    Chronology of the Dutch East Indies, 12 December 1941 - 18 December 1941
    Chronology of the Dutch East Indies, 19 December 1941 - 24 December 1941
    Chronology of the Dutch East Indies, 25 December 1941 - 31 December 1941
    Cocos Islands during World War II
    Japan's need for oil and the Embargo (1940-1941)
    Index of Indonesian-Dutch Geographic Names
    Medical Patrol on Manus Island, 1941
    Portugal in War
    Weapons and Equipment during the Dutch East Indies Campaign 1941-1942
    Japanese Propaganda Postcards Of WW2

    Naval
    Allied Merchant Ship Losses in the Pacific and Southeast Asia
    "The Lost Oppurtunity !" The Badung Strait Battle, February 1942
    "The Night Hawks of Balikpapan" The Balikpapan Raid, January 1942
    British and Australian Warship Losses in the Dutch East Indies
    Dutch Warship Losses in the Dutch East Indies (December 7th, 1941 - March 8th, 1942)
    The USS Houston's Corner
    Italian submarines and surface vessels in the Far East: 1940-45
    Imperial Japanese Navy Submarine Operations in the Dutch East Indies 1941-194
    The Japanese Shipping Losses in the Pacific and Southeast Asia (December 7th, 1941 - March 9th, 1942)
    The Java Sea Battle
    Dutch Maritime Disasters in the Dutch East Indies, 1941-1942
    Naval Ranks
    The Ondina Story
    The story of Dutch sloop Soemba
    " It seems almost impossible ! " Soviet Submarines sail across the Seven Seas
    The Japanese Submarine War, 1941-1942
    The Sunda Strait Battle
    Home Is The Sailor
    The U-Boat War in the Indian Ocean
    The USN and Royal Navy Submarine Operations in the Dutch East Indies 1941-1942
    The United States Warship Losses in the Dutch East Indies

    Uniforms
    Australian Uniforms, 1941-1942
    The British Uniforms, 1941-1942
    Dutch Uniforms, 1941-1942
    Japanese Uniforms, 1941-1942
    KNIL Uniforms 1918-1942
    Militaire Luchtvardienst (ML-KNIL) - The uniforms of 1918-1928
    United States Uniforms, 1941-1942

    Units & Orders of Battle
    Never Unprepared - A History of the 26th Australian Infantry Battalion
    Dutch Air Force Order of Battle in the Dutch East Indies, 30 November 1941
    Australian First Independent Company, 1942
    The Gunners: A History of Australian Artillery
    Japanese garrisons on the by-passed Pacific Islands 1944-1945
    Order of battle for Dutch, British, Australian, USA and Japanese Army
    Japanese Special Naval Landing Forces
    Structure of an Australian Independent Company, 1942
    Order of Battle of the Asiatic Fleet and the 16th Naval District

    POWs, Internees, Massacres, Survivors & Brutality
    The Balikpapan Massacre, February 1942
    The Bangka Island Massacre, February 1942
    Why was the war in the Pacific so brutal?
    Execution of Allied Air Force Officer by the Japanese, New Guinea
    The death of Private Kauffman, USMC Sumay Barracks, Guam Island, December 10th, 1941
    The Carnage at Laha, February 1942
    Look back at us in mercy
    Why have the Japanese defeated us ?

    Veteran's Stories
    Interview with Ronald Ashton
    Interview with Felix Bakker
    Interview with Arie Biemond
    Interview with Christopher Briggs
    The story of Captain G.F. Stephan, Tarakan Island Island 1942
    The Story of De Ruyter survivors, the flagship of Admiral Doorman, February 1942
    The story of Cornelis de Wolf, sole survivor of O-16, December 1941
    Interview with John Rodney Guidry
    Interview with Alfred Hansen
    Interview with Adriaan Kannegieter
    Interview with Raymond Kester
    Interview with Cyril J. Morris
    The story of Jack Sercombe, Ambon Island 1942
    Interview with Franciscus Johannes Zantvoort

    The French Navy In July 1939.
    The Drama of Diego Suarez (in French).

    Marmon-Herrington Military Vehicles

    All-Wheel Drive Conversion kits:
    . Marmon-Herrington Trucks
    . Marmon-Herrington Armoured cars
    Tracked vehicles:
    . Marmon-Herrington Tractors
    . Marmon-Herrington Tanks
    In service:
    . Marmon-Herrington / Commonwealth Countries
    . Marmon-Herrington / Latin America
    . Marmon-Herrington / Netherlands East Indies
    . Marmon-Herrington / USA

    United States Marine Corps


    Planes And Pilots Of World War 2
    Spoiler Alert, click show to read: 

    Fighter Aces Of The 7th Fighter Squadron, Part One.
    B-10s to Stratojets by Chuck Baisden and C.C. Jordan.
    Bent Wings - F4U Corsair Action & Accidents by Fred Blechman.
    Bob Hope Meets the Big Tail Bird by Joseph Connaughton
    Curtiss Wright Failures, 1937 to 1945.
    John's Story by Lt. John Meade.
    The F4U-4: The Best Fighter/Bomber Of WWII?
    Fei Hu: The Script by Frank Christopher.
    Pushing the Envelope With Test Pilot Herb Fisher
    Remembering Gordon by Lt. Col. Thomas E. Baker
    Grumman's Cats: 1939 to 1945.
    The Cradle of Aviation Series: The Grumman Story 1930-1945.
    A Real Good War by Sam Halpert.
    Hawker's 'Storm' Fighters of WWII.
    Farewell Robert Johnson by Fred Alexander.
    Command by Tom Blackburn with Eric Hammel.
    P-38: Der Gabelschwanz Teufel by Carlo Kopp
    Whatever Happened To The P-38K?
    The Lockheed P-38 Lightning in North Africa and the MTO.
    The Last P-40C by Tom Cleaver and Erik Shilling.
    Republic's Missing Link: The P-44.
    Republic's High Speed P-47M.
    The P-38: Is Size And Shape A Disadvantage?
    Flying The Prototypes by Erik Shilling.
    Reggiane RE 2000 Falco (Hawk) by Max C.A. Cappone
    A Flying Tiger's Story by Dick Rossi.
    Tale Of A Tiger by Robert T. Smith.
    Reality.. Remembering Schweinfurt by Wally Hoffman.
    The Cradle of Aviation Series: Seversky & Republic.
    Erik Shilling: Flying Tiger.
    Terrorflieger By Verne Woods.
    U.S. Naval Air Operations, WWII.
    The Amazing George Welch, Part 1. The Tiger of Pearl Harbor.
    The Amazing George Welch, Part 2. First Through the Sonic Wall
    The Bell P-39 Airacobra, it's performance destroyed by the USAAF.
    Yakovlev Fighters of the Great Patriotic War.
    The Flying Tigers - American Volunteer Group - Chinese Airforce
    Changing from "Donkeys" to "Mustangs" Chinese Aviation In The War With Japan, 1940-1945 by Anatolii Demin
    VI Bomber Command In Defense Of The Panama Canal by William Conaway, Jr.
    Gustin's Military Aircraft Database.
    USAAF Combat Chronology 1941 - 1945

    Planes And Pilots Of The Korean War


    MIRROR SITES

    Forgotten Campaign: The Dutch East Indies Campaign 1941-1942
    Spoiler Alert, click show to read: 

    IndexAdmiralty Islands in 1942 " We were first ! " Unit History of Australian No.1 Independent Company
    Armoured Vehicles in the Pacific War
    Special Dutch East Indies 1941-1942 Bibliography
    BIOGRAPHIES The Dutch East Indies Campaign 1941-1942
    Books & Bibliography
    The Chronology of the Dutch East Indies, December 1941 - March 1942
    The Pacific War 1941-1945: THE LINKS
    Massacres of POWs, Dutch East Indies, 1941-1942
    The Pacific War - The Untold Stories 1941-1945
    The Submarine War
    Uniforms
    Veterans of the Dutch East Indies Campaign
    The War at Sea

    Air Force
    201st Mexican Fighter Squadron
    US Patrol Wing 10 in the Dutch East Indies, 1942
    During a little-known raid, Japan's newest four-engine flying boat was put to a challenging test: a flight of more than 3,000 miles to attack Hawaii.
    Save your life! An account of NAP 1/C Shinsaku Yamakawa during the attack on USS oiler Pecos, Java Sea 1942
    Royal Air Force Ranks (RAF)
    Who sank IJN destroyer Shinonome, December 1941?
    The restless sky over Tarakan Island, January 13th 1942
    Hawker Hurricane in Dutch Service
    Japanese Aircraft Designation System
    British Aircraft Designation Systems

    Armour
    Alvis-Straussler Armoured Cars in the Netherlands East Indies
    The Use of Armoured Vehicles on Borneo, 1941-1942
    British Armoured Units in the Dutch East Indies, 1941-1942
    Vickers-Carden-Loyd Light Tanks in the Netherlands East Indies
    Chinese Nationalist Armour in World War II
    100th Indian Independent Light Tank Squadron, Malaya 1942
    The Japanese Armoured Units in the Dutch East Indies 1941-1942
    Japanese Armoured Units on Java Island, 1942
    Dutch (KNIL) Armoured Units in the Dutch East Indies, 1941-1942
    Japanese Armoured Units on Timor Island, 1942

    Biography
    Lieutenant-General Gerardus Johannes Berenschot
    Brigadier Arthur Seaforth Blackburn
    Air Force Major-General Lewis Hyde Brereton
    Air Force Lieutenant-General George H. Brett
    Commodore John Augustine Collins
    Group Captain Sir Lawrence Darvall
    Rear-Admiral Karel W.F.M. Doorman
    Rear-Admiral Ruitaro Fujita
    Rear-Admiral William A. Glassford, Jr.
    Rear-Admiral Kenzaburo Hara
    Admiral Thomas Charles Hart
    Rear-Admiral Shintaro Hashimoto
    Rear-Admiral Kouichiro Hatakeyama
    Vice-Admiral Conrad Emil Lambert Helfrich
    Captain Jacob P. van Helsdingen Hero of the Dutch East Indies, 1942
    Rear-Admiral Sueto Hirose
    Lieutenant-General Hitoshi Imamura
    Major-General Takeo Ito
    Rear-Admiral Kakaji Kakuta
    Major-General Kiyotake Kawaguchi
    Rear-Admiral Pieter Koenraad
    Vice-Admiral Nobutake Kondo
    Rear-Admiral Kyuji Kubo
    Rear-Admiral Takeo Kurita
    Air Vice-Marshal Sir Paul (Copeland) Maltby
    Lieutenant-General Masao Maruyama
    Vice-Admiral Chuichi Nagumo
    Rear-Admiral Shoji Nishimura
    Major-General Roelof T. Overakker
    Vice-Admiral Jisaburo Ozawa
    Rear-Admiral Sir Arthur Francis Eric Palliser
    Air Chief Marshal Sir Richard Edmund Charles Peirse
    Lieutenant-General Arthur Ernest Percival
    Major-General Jacob J. Pesman
    Major-General Ian Stanley Ord Playfair
    Lieutenant-General Sir Henry Royds Pownall
    Major-General Shizuo Sakaguchi
    Major-General Wijbrandus Schilling
    Colonel Toshishige Shoji
    Major-General Sir Hervey Degge Wilmot Sitwell
    Rear-Admiral Gerhard Wilhelm Stöve
    Rear-Admiral Takeo Takagi
    Vice-Admiral Ibo Takahashi
    Rear-Admiral Raizo Tanaka
    Lieutenant-General Hein Ter Poorten
    Report on a Grimness
    Major-General Yuitsu Tsuchihashi
    Vice-Admiral Nishio Tsukahara
    Air Force Lieutenant-General Ludolph H. van Oyen
    Rear-Admiral Johan Jasper Abraham van Staveren
    General Sir Archibald Percival Wavell
    Captain Leonard Walter Thomas Williams

    Land Combats
    The Japanese Invasion of Ambon Island, January 1942
    The capture of Andaman Islands, March 1942
    The capture of Bali Island, February 1942
    The capture of Balikpapan, January 1942
    The Banda Sea Operations 1941-1942
    The capture of Bandjermasin
    The conquest of Borneo Island, 1941-1942
    Buka Island, No. 3 Section, ’A’ Platoon, First Independent Company, AIF
    The Mystery of Christmas Island, March 1942
    The Dutch Submarine Operations in the Dutch East Indies 1941-1942
    "Diggers" on East Timor ! The East Timor Island, March 1942 to December 1942
    The Japanese Invasion of Sumatra Island
    Pacific War 1941-1945 Guidelines
    The Japanese paratroopers in the Dutch East Indies, 1941-1942
    The conquest of Java Island, March 1942
    Photo Gallery - The Fall of Java Island, March 1942
    The Fall of Kendari, January 1942
    "Seventy minutes before Pearl Harbor" The landing at Kota Bharu, Malaya, on December 7th 1941
    The Lesser Sunda Islands 1941-1942
    The capture of Makassar, February 1942
    The capture of Manokwari, April 1942
    Manus Island, experience of No. 4 Section, 'B' Platoon, First Independent Company, Australian Imperial Force
    The Fall of Menado, January 1942
    The last Dutch fortress in the East Indies - Merauke, Dutch New Guinea, 1942
    The Fall of Dutch New Guinea, April 1942
    An Abandoned Army - The KNIL and The Japanese Invasion of Northern Dutch Sumatra
    The Battle for Palembang, February 1942
    The capture of Rabaul and Kavieng, January 1942
    The capture of Riouw Archipelago
    The Japanese occupation of Sandakan, January 1942
    The Invasion of British Borneo in 1942
    The Italian Armed Forces in China, 1937-1943
    The capture of Tarakan Island, January 1942
    The Japanese Invasion of Dutch West Timor Island, February 1942
    The fighting on Portuguese East Timor, 1942

    General
    Chronology of the Dutch East Indies, 1 December 1941 - 6 December 1941
    Chronology of the Dutch East Indies, 7 December 1941 - 11 December 1941
    Chronology of the Dutch East Indies, 12 December 1941 - 18 December 1941
    Chronology of the Dutch East Indies, 19 December 1941 - 24 December 1941
    Chronology of the Dutch East Indies, 25 December 1941 - 31 December 1941
    Cocos Islands during World War II
    Japan's need for oil and the Embargo (1940-1941)
    Index of Indonesian-Dutch Geographic Names
    Medical Patrol on Manus Island, 1941
    Portugal in War
    Weapons and Equipment during the Dutch East Indies Campaign 1941-1942
    Japanese Propaganda Postcards Of WW2

    Naval
    Allied Merchant Ship Losses in the Pacific and Southeast Asia
    "The Lost Oppurtunity !" The Badung Strait Battle, February 1942
    "The Night Hawks of Balikpapan" The Balikpapan Raid, January 1942
    British and Australian Warship Losses in the Dutch East Indies
    Dutch Warship Losses in the Dutch East Indies (December 7th, 1941 - March 8th, 1942)
    The USS Houston's Corner
    Italian submarines and surface vessels in the Far East: 1940-45
    Imperial Japanese Navy Submarine Operations in the Dutch East Indies 1941-194
    The Japanese Shipping Losses in the Pacific and Southeast Asia (December 7th, 1941 - March 9th, 1942)
    The Java Sea Battle
    Dutch Maritime Disasters in the Dutch East Indies, 1941-1942
    Naval Ranks
    The Ondina Story
    The story of Dutch sloop Soemba
    " It seems almost impossible ! " Soviet Submarines sail across the Seven Seas
    The Japanese Submarine War, 1941-1942
    The Sunda Strait Battle
    Home Is The Sailor
    The U-Boat War in the Indian Ocean
    The USN and Royal Navy Submarine Operations in the Dutch East Indies 1941-1942
    The United States Warship Losses in the Dutch East Indies

    Uniforms
    Australian Uniforms, 1941-1942
    The British Uniforms, 1941-1942
    Dutch Uniforms, 1941-1942
    Japanese Uniforms, 1941-1942
    KNIL Uniforms 1918-1942
    Militaire Luchtvardienst (ML-KNIL) - The uniforms of 1918-1928
    United States Uniforms, 1941-1942

    Units & Orders of Battle
    Never Unprepared - A History of the 26th Australian Infantry Battalion
    Dutch Air Force Order of Battle in the Dutch East Indies, 30 November 1941
    Australian First Independent Company, 1942
    The Gunners: A History of Australian Artillery
    Japanese garrisons on the by-passed Pacific Islands 1944-1945
    Order of battle for Dutch, British, Australian, USA and Japanese Army
    Japanese Special Naval Landing Forces
    Structure of an Australian Independent Company, 1942
    Order of Battle of the Asiatic Fleet and the 16th Naval District

    POWs, Internees, Massacres, Survivors & Brutality
    The Balikpapan Massacre, February 1942
    The Bangka Island Massacre, February 1942
    Why was the war in the Pacific so brutal?
    Execution of Allied Air Force Officer by the Japanese, New Guinea
    The death of Private Kauffman, USMC Sumay Barracks, Guam Island, December 10th, 1941
    The Carnage at Laha, February 1942
    Look back at us in mercy
    Why have the Japanese defeated us ?

    Veteran's Stories
    Interview with Ronald Ashton
    Interview with Felix Bakker
    Interview with Arie Biemond
    Interview with Christopher Briggs
    The story of Captain G.F. Stephan, Tarakan Island Island 1942
    The Story of De Ruyter survivors, the flagship of Admiral Doorman, February 1942
    The story of Cornelis de Wolf, sole survivor of O-16, December 1941
    Interview with John Rodney Guidry
    Interview with Alfred Hansen
    Interview with Adriaan Kannegieter
    Interview with Raymond Kester
    Interview with Cyril J. Morris
    The story of Jack Sercombe, Ambon Island 1942
    Interview with Franciscus Johannes Zantvoort


    The French Navy In July 1939
    The Drama of Diego Suarez (in French)

    Marmon-Herrington Military Vehicles
    All-Wheel Drive Conversion kits:
    Marmon-Herrington Trucks
    Marmon-Herrington Armoured cars
    Tracked vehicles:
    Marmon-Herrington Tractors
    Marmon-Herrington Tanks
    In service:
    Marmon-Herrington / Commonwealth Countries
    Marmon-Herrington / Latin America
    Marmon-Herrington / Netherlands East Indies
    Marmon-Herrington / USA

    Planes And Pilots Of World War 2
    Spoiler Alert, click show to read: 

    Fighter Aces Of The 7th Fighter Squadron, Part One.
    B-10s to Stratojets by Chuck Baisden and C.C. Jordan.
    Bent Wings - F4U Corsair Action & Accidents by Fred Blechman.
    Bob Hope Meets the Big Tail Bird by Joseph Connaughton
    Curtiss Wright Failures, 1937 to 1945.
    John's Story by Lt. John Meade.
    The F4U-4: The Best Fighter/Bomber Of WWII?
    Fei Hu: The Script by Frank Christopher.
    Pushing the Envelope With Test Pilot Herb Fisher
    Remembering Gordon by Lt. Col. Thomas E. Baker
    Grumman's Cats: 1939 to 1945.
    The Cradle of Aviation Series: The Grumman Story 1930-1945.
    A Real Good War by Sam Halpert.
    Hawker's 'Storm' Fighters of WWII.
    Farewell Robert Johnson by Fred Alexander.
    Command by Tom Blackburn with Eric Hammel.
    P-38: Der Gabelschwanz Teufel by Carlo Kopp
    Whatever Happened To The P-38K?
    The Lockheed P-38 Lightning in North Africa and the MTO.
    The Last P-40C by Tom Cleaver and Erik Shilling.
    Republic's Missing Link: The P-44.
    Republic's High Speed P-47M.
    The P-38: Is Size And Shape A Disadvantage?
    Flying The Prototypes by Erik Shilling.
    Reggiane RE 2000 Falco (Hawk) by Max C.A. Cappone
    A Flying Tiger's Story by Dick Rossi.
    Tale Of A Tiger by Robert T. Smith.
    Reality.. Remembering Schweinfurt by Wally Hoffman.
    The Cradle of Aviation Series: Seversky & Republic.
    Erik Shilling: Flying Tiger.
    Terrorflieger By Verne Woods.
    U.S. Naval Air Operations, WWII.
    The Amazing George Welch, Part 1. The Tiger of Pearl Harbor.
    The Amazing George Welch, Part 2. First Through the Sonic Wall
    The Bell P-39 Airacobra, it's performance destroyed by the USAAF.
    Yakovlev Fighters of the Great Patriotic War.
    Changing from "Donkeys" to "Mustangs" Chinese Aviation In The War With Japan, 1940-1945 by Anatolii Demin
    VI Bomber Command In Defense Of The Panama Canal by William Conaway, Jr.
    USAAF Combat Chronology 1941 - 1945


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    Sites of Wargaming Interest
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    Indian Articles and Illustrations of Soldiers

    Illustrations of Sultanate of Delhi soldiers of 1450:

    Rustam Kills the Turanian Hero Alkus with his Lance
    Gushtasp Slays the Dragon
    Rustam Grieving for His Son
    Siyavash faces Afrasiyab across the Jihun River
    Siyavash is Pulled from His Bed and Killed


    The Moghul Empire by George Gush

    Illustrations from the Akbarnama[ (painted 1590-95):
    Illustrations from the Akbarnama (painted 1590-95):
    . 1504-Babur receiving the capitulation of Kabul
    . 1526-Battle of Panipat between Babur and Sultan Ibrahim Lodi
    . 1533-Humayun Defeats His Rebellious Brother Kamran At Kabul
    . 1535-Flight of Sultan Bahadur During Humayun's Campaign in Gujarat
    . 1561-Adham Khan pays homage to Akbar at Sarangpur
    . 1561-Bairam Khan is assassinated by an Afghan at Patan
    . 1561-Bairam Khan's widow and child (Abdul Rahim Khan-I-Khana) are escorted to Ahmedabad
    . 1561-Akbar riding the elephant Hawa'I pursuing another elephant across a collapsing bridge of boats
    . 1561-The Capture of Fort Mertha (Mirtha) Jodhpur, in Rajasthan, by Mirza Sharaf ad-Din Husain
    . 1561-The Defeat of Baz Bahadur of Malwa by the Mughal Troops
    . 1561-The Submission of the rebel brothers Ali Quli Khan Zaman and Bahadur Khan to Akbar at Karah
    . 1561-The Victory of Khan Zaman (Ali Quli Khan) on the river Gomti (or Jumna)
    . 1561-The governor of Gagraun fort surrenders the keys to Akbar
    . 1562-Pir Muhammad Drowns While Crossing the Narbada
    . 1562-Mu'nim Khan Flees to Kabul
    . 1562-Akbar receiving Sayyed Beg, ambassador of Shah Tahmasp I of Iran, at Agra the imperial capital
    . 1564-An Attempt on Akbar's Life
    . 1564-The Capture of Jalalabad
    . 1565-The Heroic Death in Battle of Rani Durgavati
    . 1565-A meeting between the rebel Bahadur Khan and the Mughal emissary Mir Mu'izz al Mulk
    . 1565-Akbar Receives Trophies of War from Asaf Khan
    . 1567-An Episode at Kara (Karah) on the Bank of the Ganges
    . 1565-Battle Scene with Boats on the Ganges
    . 1567-The Fight between Wazir Khan and Bahadur Khan Against Ali Quli Khan near Chunar
    . 1567-Akbar Seizes Booty from the Boats Abandoned by Khan Zaman
    . 1567-The War Elephants Citranand and Udiya Collide in Battle
    . 1567-Akbar crossing the Ganges on his elephant Udiya, in pursuit of the rebels Khan Zaman and Bahadur Khan
    . 1567-The Capture of the Rebel Bahadur Khan
    . 1567-The Discovery of the Decapitated Head of Khan Zaman
    . 1567-A mine explodes during the siege of Chitor
    . 1567-The Jauhar or burning of the Rajput women during the siege of Chitor
    . 1568-Akbar shoots the Rajput hero Jaimal at the siege of Chitor
    . 1568-Bullocks dragging siege-guns up hill during the attack on Ranthambhor Fort
    . 1569-Akbar's forces besieging Rai Surjan Hada's fort of Ranthambhor
    . 1569-Akbar directing the attack against Rai Surjan Hada at Ranthambhor Fort
    . 1569-Akbar's entry into the fort of Ranthambhor
    . 1570-Akbar Being Received by Khan Kilan, the Governor of Nagaur
    . 1572-Battle of Patan. The Victory of Qutb ad-Din Khan over Muhammad Husain Mirza at Gujarat
    . 1572-The Wounding of Khan Kilan by a Rajput during his march
    . 1572-The Battle of Sarnal, Gujarat
    . 1572-Akbar's triumphal entry into Surat
    . 1573-The Battle Between the Imperial Army and Muhammad Husain Mirza near Ahmadabad
    . 1573-Muhammad Husain Mirza Brought Prisoner Before Akbar
    . 1573-Mirza Ibrahim Husain Hunting, and his Defeat by the Imperial Troops
    . 1573-Akbar receiving his sons at Fathpur after the victorious campaign in Gujarat
    . 1576-Daud Shah of Bengal is Taken Prisoner
    . 1577-Akbar greeting Rajput rulers and other nobles at court
    . 1577-The Battle Preceding the Capture of the Fort at Bundi, Rajasthan
    . Akbar Hunting Black Buck
    . Akbar's remorse on the hunting field
    . Akbar Receives Gifts from the Ambassadors of Badakhshan
    . Akbar giving Audience


    Spoiler for Other illustrations made in Akbar's time:


    Moghuls of the reigns of Jahangir, Shah Jahan & Aurangzeb/ and of 17th Century Marathas:
    Contemporary illustrations of Moghuls of the reigns of Jahangir, Shah Jahan & Aurangzeb/Awrangzeb/Awrangzib and of 17th Century Marathas:
    Prince Salim (Jahangir) at Allahabad
    Prince Salim with a courtier and attendants in a tent
    A Lion Hunt
    The Abduction of a Princess
    Battle of Panipat between Babur and Sultan Ibrahim Lodi. A miniature painting from a 17th century manuscript of Akbarnama, 1603-1604
    Nobleman Riding on Elephant, early 17thC
    Battle Scene from an early 17th century Shahnama
    Salim Kills Rhinoceros and a Lion, c. 1600-04
    Prince Salim at a Hunt, c. 1600-04
    Celebrations at the accession of Jahangir, 1605, Jahangir-nama
    Emperor Jahangir receiving his two sons, c1605-06
    Camp Being Prepared in the Hills, during Jahangir's Reign, 1605–27
    Encampment in the Hills: Jahangir with Falcon, 1605–27
    Jahangir and wounded lioness
    Jahangir weighs Prince Khurram, Jahangir-nama
    Elephant and trainer, 1610-20
    Durbar scene of Jahangir, c1619
    Jahangir Darbar, Jahangir-nama, c1620
    The Great Mughal Jahangir’s Darbar, c. 1620
    Jahangir Receives a Prisoner, Jahangir-nama, c1620
    Meeting of Warriors, from a 1620-1625 Shahnama
    Jahangir with portrait of Akbar
    Pictures from The Patna's Drawings Album
    A 17th Century Mughal Cavalryman from the Patna's Drawings Album
    Sadullah Khan giving audience
    Shah Jahan Riding Stallion, from The Kevorkian Album
    Moghul Lion Hunt
    Shah Jahan and son Dara
    Marriage Procession in a Bazaar, Mandi, 1645
    Standing figure of an officer, c1628-1658 – from the Small Clive Album
    Battle Scene, Large Clive Album
    Mounted Hunter, Large Clive Album
    Dara Shikuh with his army
    Battle of Samugarah, 1658
    Aurangzeb
    Equestrian Portrait of Aurangzeb
    Portrait of an officer, mid to late 17th century – from the Small Clive Album
    Aurangzeb giving audience
    The Emperor Aurangzeb Carried on a Palanquin
    Commander In The Deccan, 1670
    Sivaji
    Sivaji and Army
    Portrait of Sivaji


    Akbar, Jahangir and Shah Jahan with their Ministers, painted 1630-31

    The Padshahnama of Shah Jahan, 1636:
    Illustrations of Soldiers from the Padshahnama of Shah Jahan, 1636:
    . Jahangir receives Prince Khurram on his return from the Deccan (10 October 1617)
    . Spectators watch Jahangir receive Prince Khurram on his return from the Deccan (10 October 1617)
    . Spectators watch Shah Jahan receive his three eldest sons and Asaf Khan during his accession ceremonies (8 March 1628)
    . Shah Jahan receives his three eldest sons and Asaf Khan during his accession ceremonies (8 March 1628)
    . The Wedding Procession of Shah Jahan's Eldest Son, Dara Shikoh – left panel
    . The Wedding Procession of Shah Jahan's Eldest Son, Dara Shikoh – right panel
    . Shah-Jahan hunting lions at Burhanpur (July 1630)
    . A'zam Khan captures Fort Dharur (January 1631)
    . The death of Khan Jahan Lodi (3 February 1631)
    . The siege of Qandahar (May 1631)
    . The siege of Daulatabad (April-June 1633)
    . The capture of Orchha by imperial forces (October 1635)
    . Khan Dawran receiving the heads of Jujhar Singh and his son Bikramajit (January 1636)
    . The surrender of the Fort at Udgir to Khan Dawran (October 1636)
    . The Surrender of Kandahar (1638)
    . Shah Jahan Receives Persian Ambassadors
    . Shah Jahan Watching an Elephant Fight
    . Prince Awrangzeb facing a maddened elephant named Sudhakar (7 June 1633)


    18th century
    A procession scene, with an official seated on an elephant, 17th/18th century
    Ram Singh I of Kota hunting rhinoceros from an elephant, circa 1700, Rajasthan
    Maharana Amar Singh and followers, 1707-10, Udaipur, Rajasthan
    Maharaja Sidh Sen Receiving an Embassy, 1700–1710
    The reception of Jan Joshua Ketelaer, 1712
    Murshid Quli Khan holding Durbar by the Bhagirathi River, c1720
    Celebrations of Krishna's birth, circa 1700–1725, Mankot, Jammu
    Mughal Equestrian, Rajasthan, 18th Century.
    Third Battle of Panipat, 1761.
    Muhammad Ali Khan, Nawab of Arcot and the Carnatic, 1770, by Tilly Keitle
    Capture of Daulatabad Fort in 1633, from Lahori’s Padshahnama, circa 1800.
    An official of the British East India Company riding on an elephant.
    Equestrian Portrait of Shah Alam II, 18th century.
    Armies Of The Wars In India, 1740 - 1816, by Paul D. Stevenson
    Armies of the Wars in India: The British Army by Paul D. Stevenson
    Armies of the Wars in India: Part IV The Mysoreans by Paul D. Stevenson
    Soldier of Tipu Sultan of Mysore armed with a flintlock musket
    Charles Gold's Oriental Drawings, 1806
    . Including: Mysore Regular Infantry, Sepoys of the Madras Establishment,
    . Officers and Private of the Gun Lascar Corps, Madras_Establishment,
    . A Naigue of the Bombay Grenadier Battalion
    . and infantry & cavalry in front of Tipoo's Palace.


    19th century
    Four Tribal Warriors, Delhi Area, ca. 1815–1816
    Kala with Sabre Drawn and Kala in Skinner's Horse Uniform, Delhi Area, ca. 1815–1816
    Sepoys of Madras, Bengal and Bombay, c.1816 after Fitzclarence
    Nine courtiers and servants of the Raja Patiala, c.1817. (Jat Sikhs)
    Begum Samru's Household, 1820.
    Handcoloured engravings by Frederic Shoberl from his work 'The World in Miniature: Hindoostan', 1820s
    . Including Muslim Officer; Mahratta Cavalry; Rajput Cavalry; a Seik & a French Sepoy; Sepoy in the Native Attire, a Hindu Soldier & a Brigbasi; & British sepoys
    Tiger hunting, 1821.
    Thakur Dawlat Singh Among Courtiers, 1825
    Raja Dhian Singh Hawking, 1830s
    Raja Dhian Singh on Horseback, 1838
    Raja Man Singh, painting of c.1840
    Procession of the Emperor Bahadur Shah to celebrate the feast of the Eid, 1843.
    Procession of Raja Ram Singh II of Kota, c.1850.
    Mahomed Suraj-oo-Deen Shah Gazee, 1857, last Moghul Emperor.
    A Mogul Trooper, 1858.
    Camel Guns And Standard, 1887.


    South Indian and Ceylonese Ethnic costume
    Modern detailed versions of paintings from the Baburnama, Akbarnama, etc by Navrang, with the same compositions as the originals.

    MIRROR SITE

    Indian Articles and Illustrations of Soldiers

    Illustrations of Sultanate of Delhi soldiers of 1450:
    Rustam Kills the Turanian Hero Alkus with his Lance
    Gushtasp Slays the Dragon
    Rustam Grieving for His Son
    Siyavash faces Afrasiyab across the Jihun River
    Siyavash is Pulled from His Bed and Killed

    The Moghul Empire by George Gush
    Death of Sultan Bahadur at Diu in front of the Portuguese, 1537
    Illustrations from the Akbarnama (painted 1590-95):
    . 1504-Babur receiving the capitulation of Kabul
    . 1526-Battle of Panipat between Babur and Sultan Ibrahim Lodi
    . 1533-Humayun Defeats His Rebellious Brother Kamran At Kabul
    . 1535-Flight of Sultan Bahadur During Humayun's Campaign in Gujarat
    . 1561-Adham Khan pays homage to Akbar at Sarangpur
    . 1561-Bairam Khan is assassinated by an Afghan at Patan
    . 1561-Bairam Khan's widow and child (Abdul Rahim Khan-I-Khana) are escorted to Ahmedabad
    . 1561-Akbar riding the elephant Hawa'I pursuing another elephant across a collapsing bridge of boats
    . 1561-The Capture of Fort Mertha (Mirtha) Jodhpur, in Rajasthan, by Mirza Sharaf ad-Din Husain
    . 1561-The Defeat of Baz Bahadur of Malwa by the Mughal Troops
    . 1561-The Submission of the rebel brothers Ali Quli Khan Zaman and Bahadur Khan to Akbar at Karah
    . 1561-The Victory of Khan Zaman (Ali Quli Khan) on the river Gomti (or Jumna)
    . 1561-The governor of Gagraun fort surrenders the keys to Akbar
    . 1562-Pir Muhammad Drowns While Crossing the Narbada
    . 1562-Mu'nim Khan Flees to Kabul
    . 1562-Akbar receiving Sayyed Beg, ambassador of Shah Tahmasp I of Iran, at Agra the imperial capital
    . 1564-An Attempt on Akbar's Life
    . 1564-The Capture of Jalalabad
    . 1565-The Heroic Death in Battle of Rani Durgavati
    . 1565-A meeting between the rebel Bahadur Khan and the Mughal emissary Mir Mu'izz al Mulk
    . 1565-Akbar Receives Trophies of War from Asaf Khan
    . 1567-An Episode at Kara (Karah) on the Bank of the Ganges
    . 1565-Battle Scene with Boats on the Ganges
    . 1567-The Fight between Wazir Khan and Bahadur Khan Against Ali Quli Khan near Chunar
    . 1567-Akbar Seizes Booty from the Boats Abandoned by Khan Zaman
    . 1567-The War Elephants Citranand and Udiya Collide in Battle
    . 1567-Akbar crossing the Ganges on his elephant Udiya, in pursuit of the rebels Khan Zaman and Bahadur Khan
    . 1567-The Capture of the Rebel Bahadur Khan
    . 1567-The Discovery of the Decapitated Head of Khan Zaman
    . 1567-A mine explodes during the siege of Chitor
    . 1567-The Jauhar or burning of the Rajput women during the siege of Chitor
    . 1568-Akbar shoots the Rajput hero Jaimal at the siege of Chitor
    . 1568-Bullocks dragging siege-guns up hill during the attack on Ranthambhor Fort
    . 1569-Akbar's forces besieging Rai Surjan Hada's fort of Ranthambhor
    . 1569-Akbar directing the attack against Rai Surjan Hada at Ranthambhor Fort
    . 1569-Akbar's entry into the fort of Ranthambhor
    . 1570-Akbar Being Received by Khan Kilan, the Governor of Nagaur
    . 1572-Battle of Patan. The Victory of Qutb ad-Din Khan over Muhammad Husain Mirza at Gujarat
    . 1572-The Wounding of Khan Kilan by a Rajput during his march
    . 1572-The Battle of Sarnal, Gujarat
    . 1572-Akbar's triumphal entry into Surat
    . 1573-The Battle Between the Imperial Army and Muhammad Husain Mirza near Ahmadabad
    . 1573-Muhammad Husain Mirza Brought Prisoner Before Akbar
    . 1573-Mirza Ibrahim Husain Hunting, and his Defeat by the Imperial Troops
    . 1573-Akbar receiving his sons at Fathpur after the victorious campaign in Gujarat
    . 1576-Daud Shah of Bengal is Taken Prisoner
    . 1577-Akbar greeting Rajput rulers and other nobles at court
    . 1577-The Battle Preceding the Capture of the Fort at Bundi, Rajasthan
    . Akbar Hunting Black Buck
    . Akbar's remorse on the hunting field
    . Akbar Receives Gifts from the Ambassadors of Badakhshan
    . Akbar giving Audience

    Other illustrations made in Akbar's time:
    . Hamza Burns Zarthust's Chest and Shatters the Urn with his Ashes from the 1570 Hamzanama of Akbar
    . Battle scene with an 'ayyar' from the 1570 Hamzanama of Akbar
    . The palace depicted illustrates 'the birth of a dream architectural style that became a reality' from the 1570 Hamzanama
    . Assad Ibn Kariba Attacks the Army of Iraj Suddenly by Night from the 1570 Hamzanama of Akbar
    . Mahiya slays Gharrad's companions from the 1570 Hamzanama of Akbar
    . Maharana Pratap (1542-1597) Sisodia clan of Suryavanshi Rajputs
    . Tayang Khan presented with the head of the Mongol leader Ong Khan from Rashid al'Din Jami al Tavarikh, painted 1596
    . Arik Buka defeats Alghu from Rashid al'Din Jami al Tavarikh, painted 1596
    . Toda Mongke and His Mongol Horde, from a Chingiznama (History of Genghis Khan), painted 1596
    . Timur defeats the sultan of Delhi from the Zafarnama painted for Akbar 1595-1600
    . Prince Riding Prancing Horse
    Raja Man Singh of Amber
    Akbar Fights with Raja Man Singh
    Arjuna Battles with the Kauravas at Kuruksheta from the Bhagavad Gita

    Contemporary illustrations of Moghuls of the reigns of Jahangir, Shah Jahan & Aurangzeb/Awrangzeb/Awrangzib and of 17th Century Marathas:
    Prince Salim (Jahangir) at Allahabad
    Prince Salim with a courtier and attendants in a tent
    A Lion Hunt
    The Abduction of a Princess
    Battle of Panipat between Babur and Sultan Ibrahim Lodi. A miniature painting from a 17th century manuscript of Akbarnama, 1603-1604
    Nobleman Riding on Elephant, early 17thC
    Battle Scene from an early 17th century Shahnama
    Salim Kills Rhinoceros and a Lion, c. 1600-04
    Prince Salim at a Hunt, c. 1600-04
    Celebrations at the accession of Jahangir, 1605, Jahangir-nama
    Emperor Jahangir receiving his two sons, c1605-06
    Camp Being Prepared in the Hills, during Jahangir's Reign, 1605–27
    Encampment in the Hills: Jahangir with Falcon, 1605–27
    Jahangir and wounded lioness
    Jahangir weighs Prince Khurram, Jahangir-nama
    Elephant and trainer, 1610-20
    Durbar scene of Jahangir, c1619
    Jahangir Darbar, Jahangir-nama, c1620
    The Great Mughal Jahangir’s Darbar, c. 1620
    Jahangir Receives a Prisoner, Jahangir-nama, c1620
    Meeting of Warriors, from a 1620-1625 Shahnama
    Jahangir with portrait of Akbar
    Pictures from The Patna's Drawings Album
    A 17th Century Mughal Cavalryman from the Patna's Drawings Album
    Sadullah Khan giving audience
    Shah Jahan Riding Stallion, from The Kevorkian Album
    Moghul Lion Hunt
    Shah Jahan and son Dara
    Marriage Procession in a Bazaar, Mandi, 1645
    Standing figure of an officer, c1628-1658 – from the Small Clive Album
    Battle Scene, Large Clive Album
    Mounted Hunter, Large Clive Album
    Dara Shikuh with his army
    Battle of Samugarah, 1658
    Aurangzeb
    Equestrian Portrait of Aurangzeb
    Portrait of an officer, mid to late 17th century – from the Small Clive Album
    Aurangzeb giving audience
    The Emperor Aurangzeb Carried on a Palanquin
    Commander In The Deccan, 1670
    Sivaji
    Sivaji and Army
    Portrait of Sivaji

    Akbar, Jahangir and Shah Jahan with their Ministers, painted 1630-31
    Illustrations of Soldiers from the Padshahnama of Shah Jahan, 1636:
    . Jahangir receives Prince Khurram on his return from the Deccan (10 October 1617)
    . Spectators watch Jahangir receive Prince Khurram on his return from the Deccan (10 October 1617)
    . Spectators watch Shah Jahan receive his three eldest sons and Asaf Khan during his accession ceremonies (8 March 1628)
    . Shah Jahan receives his three eldest sons and Asaf Khan during his accession ceremonies (8 March 1628)
    . The Wedding Procession of Shah Jahan's Eldest Son, Dara Shikoh – left panel
    . The Wedding Procession of Shah Jahan's Eldest Son, Dara Shikoh – right panel
    . Shah-Jahan hunting lions at Burhanpur (July 1630)
    . A'zam Khan captures Fort Dharur (January 1631)
    . The death of Khan Jahan Lodi (3 February 1631)
    . The siege of Qandahar (May 1631)
    . The siege of Daulatabad (April-June 1633)
    . The capture of Orchha by imperial forces (October 1635)
    . Khan Dawran receiving the heads of Jujhar Singh and his son Bikramajit (January 1636)
    . The surrender of the Fort at Udgir to Khan Dawran (October 1636)
    . The Surrender of Kandahar (1638)
    . Shah Jahan Receives Persian Ambassadors
    . Shah Jahan Watching an Elephant Fight
    . Prince Awrangzeb facing a maddened elephant named Sudhakar (7 June 1633)

    A procession scene, with an official seated on an elephant, 17th/18th century
    Ram Singh I of Kota hunting rhinoceros from an elephant, circa 1700, Rajasthan
    Maharana Amar Singh and followers, 1707-10, Udaipur, Rajasthan
    Maharaja Sidh Sen Receiving an Embassy, 1700–1710
    The reception of Jan Joshua Ketelaer, 1712
    Murshid Quli Khan holding Durbar by the Bhagirathi River, c1720
    Celebrations of Krishna's birth, circa 1700–1725, Mankot, Jammu
    Mughal Equestrian, Rajasthan, 18th Century.
    Third Battle of Panipat, 1761.
    Muhammad Ali Khan, Nawab of Arcot and the Carnatic, 1770, by Tilly Keitle
    Capture of Daulatabad Fort in 1633, from Lahori’s Padshahnama, circa 1800.
    An official of the British East India Company riding on an elephant.
    Equestrian Portrait of Shah Alam II, 18th century.
    Armies Of The Wars In India, 1740 - 1816, by Paul D. Stevenson
    Armies of the Wars in India: The British Army by Paul D. Stevenson
    Armies of the Wars in India: Part IV The Mysoreans by Paul D. Stevenson
    Soldier of Tipu Sultan of Mysore armed with a flintlock musket

    Four Tribal Warriors, Delhi Area, ca. 1815–1816
    Kala with Sabre Drawn and Kala in Skinner's Horse Uniform, Delhi Area, ca. 1815–1816
    Sepoys of Madras, Bengal and Bombay, c.1816 after Fitzclarence
    Nine courtiers and servants of the Raja Patiala, c.1817. (Jat Sikhs)
    Begum Samru's Household, 1820.
    Handcoloured engravings by Frederic Shoberl from his work 'The World in Miniature: Hindoostan', 1820s
    . Including Muslim Officer; Mahratta Cavalry; Rajput Cavalry; a Seik & a French Sepoy; Sepoy in the Native Attire, a Hindu Soldier & a Brigbasi; & British sepoys
    Tiger hunting, 1821.
    Thakur Dawlat Singh Among Courtiers, 1825
    Raja Dhian Singh Hawking, 1830s
    Raja Dhian Singh on Horseback, 1838
    Raja Man Singh, painting of c.1840
    Procession of the Emperor Bahadur Shah to celebrate the feast of the Eid, 1843.
    Procession of Raja Ram Singh II of Kota, c.1850.
    Mahomed Suraj-oo-Deen Shah Gazee, 1857, last Moghul Emperor.
    A Mogul Trooper, 1858.
    Camel Guns And Standard, 1887.

    South Indian and Ceylonese Ethnic costume
    Modern detailed versions of paintings from the Baburnama, Akbarnama, etc by Navrang, with the same compositions as the originals.


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    Paintings of Ottomans by Jean-Baptiste Vanmour, 1699-1737

    The Kizlar Ağası, head of the black eunuchs. He is the keeper of the harem of the Great Lord
    Kapısı Ağası (Ak Ağa), or chief of the white eunuchs
    The Silahtar Ağası, or sword bearer of the Great Lord
    Kapısı Başı, or Master of Ceremonies
    The Kazasker (Kadi El Asker), Chief of the military laws. There is one for European and one for Asian
    Dervish, or Turkish monk that spins through devotion
    Sadrazam, the Grand Vizier, in Ceremonial Dress and Turban
    Yeniçeri Orta Ağası, or commander of Janissaries
    Janissary in ceremonial dress
    Levent, or Marine
    Turkish girl who embroiders
    Jew
    Greek priest
    Greek of the islands of the archipelago, playing the Tabour
    Albanian Soldier, Arnaut
    Bulgarian
    Bulgarian girl

    Prints of Ottomans after Jean-Baptiste Vanmour, 1699-1708

    The Great Lord in ceremonial dress for the day of Beiram
    The Great Lord in the Seraglio, with the Kizlar Ağası
    The Sultana Asseki or Sultana Queen
    The Kizlar Ağası, head of the black eunuchs. He is the keeper of the harem of the Great Lord
    Kapısı Ağası (Ak Ağa), or chief of the white eunuchs
    The Ibriktar Agasi, Officer who washes the Great Lord
    The Silahtar Ağası, or sword bearer of the Great Lord
    İç Oglan, Page intended to serve the Lord in the Grand Seraglio
    Peyk, Page of the Sultan, who follows him on foot when he comes out
    Zülüflü Baltacı - page destined to guard the imprisoned Princes
    Bölük Başı, Executive Chef of the Great Lord
    Ast-chi, the Great Lord's cook
    Halvadgi or confectioner to the Serail
    The Çavuş Baş, Chief Bailiff
    Kapısı Başı, or Master of Ceremonies
    Solak Başı, or Captain of the of the Guards of the Great Lord
    Solak, Guard of the Great Lord
    The Bostancı Başı, or the superintendent of the Gardens, in ceremonial dress
    Kasseki, Officer of bostanjis
    The Mufti, or chief of the Law
    The Kazasker (Kadi El Asker), Chief of the military laws. There is one for European and one for Asian
    Emir, man of Law of Muhammad's Race
    Imam, Minister of a Mosque
    Effendi, Man of law in his Study
    Dervish, or Turkish monk that spins through devotion
    Saka, Charitable Dervish who brings water for the city and gives charity
    Sadrazam, the Grand Vizier, in Ceremonial Dress and Turban
    Şatırı, or Grand Vizier's Footman
    Yeniçeri Orta Ağası, or commander of Janissaries
    Çorbaçı, colonel of the Janissaries
    Ast-chi-Bashi, Cook and Officer of the Janissaries
    Janissary in ceremonial dress
    Jannissary in ordinary turban
    Sipahi or Turkish Cavalryman
    Serdengeçti or Volunteer
    The Kaptan Başı, or Grand Admiral in ceremonial dress
    Bey, Galley Captain
    Levent, or Marine
    Aga, or Turkish gentleman
    Tchelebi, young Turkish lord
    Turk in winter dress
    Turk praying
    Turkish lover who cuts his arm in front of his mistress to show his love
    Turkish child being lead to circumcision
    Turkish woman who smokes on the sofa
    Turkish woman resting on the sofa after her bath
    Turkish woman spinning on a tandour
    Turkish girl taking coffee on the sofa
    Turkish girl whose hair is braided at the bath
    Turkish girl playing the canon
    Turkish girl playing a Tchegour
    Turkish girl who embroiders
    Turkish girls who plays a mangala
    Tchinguis, or Turkish dancer
    Tchingui, Turkish dancer
    Coffee seller in the streets
    Halvadgi, seller of jams in the streets
    Itinerant barber
    Saka, or water carrier in the streets
    Ciğerci, Albanian who carries livers of sheep to feed the cats at Bezestein
    French merchant
    Wife of a Frenchman, going to bathe
    Jew
    Jewish woman in ceremonial dress
    Jewish woman, a broker bringing her goods to young Turkish women who can not get out
    The patriarch of the Greeks
    Greek priest
    Greek woman in her apartment
    Novi, or greek girl in a wedding ceremony
    Greek of the islands of the archipelago, playing the Tabour
    Girl from Naxos, an island of the archipelago
    Girl from Tinos, an island of the archipelago
    Girl of Argentiere, an island of the archipelago
    Girl of Chios, an island in the archipelago
    Girl of St. John of Patmos, an island of the archipelago
    Hungarian
    Hungarian female
    Albanian Soldier, Arnaut
    Princess of Wallachia
    Wallachian nobleman
    Wallachian lady
    Bulgarian
    Bulgarian girl
    Crimean Tatar
    Dergoumidas, Armenian priest condemned by the Grand Vizier Ali Pasha, martyred 5th November 1707
    An Armenian who goes to church to get married, accompanied by a companion bringing his sword
    Armenian girl, who is conducted to the church to marry
    Armenian architect
    Armenian of Persia
    Persian
    Female Persian
    Dervish of India
    Indian
    Arab of the Desert
    Clothing of the Barbary Coast
    Tunisian in ceremonial dress
    Tunisian in Negligee
    African woman going outdoors
    Moorish Woman
    Turkish wedding
    Turkish Burial
    The dervishes of Pera in their Temple, whirling

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