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Demolishing of Nai Kuch village, 1919 circa (b/w photo)

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Demolishing of Nai Kuch village, 1919 circa (b/w photo)
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Unknown photographer, (20th century)
National Army Museum, London
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1918 AD (C20th AD)
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Demolishing of Nai Kuch village, 1919 circa. Photograph, India, North West Frontier, 1919 circa. Most operations on the North West Frontier were punitive expeditions, counter-raids in response to tribal attacks, or to ensure the relative tranquility of the frontier regions. In 1919 however the situation was more serious as the local tribes took advantage of the Afghan incursion into British India and rose up en mass in an attempt to throw off British rule. From album of 96 photographs compiled by Lieutenant Frank Allen Hanson, 2nd Bn 61st King George's Own Pioneers, 1918-1919.

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demolition / engineering / village / topography / officer / soldier / Photograph / Photography / Mzphoto
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