A firing line of Indian troopers from Jodhpur behind a screen of trees.
H. D. Girdwood (1878-1964)
Firing line of a troop of Jodhpur Lancers [Linghem, France], 1915
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Indian infantry soldiers in the trenches on a French battlefield.
H. D. Girdwood (1878-1964)
Indian infantry [58th Rifles] in the trenches [Fauquissart, France]
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Soldiers from the Indian cavalry prepare food in a camp in France.
Indian bicycle troops near the river Somme in France.
Gurkha soldiers from Nepal show their signature weapon, the curved kukri knife at a kit inspection in 1915.
H. D. Girdwood (1878-1964)
[1/4th] Gurkhas at kit inspection showing kukris [Le Sart, France].
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The photo shows an Indian gun battery near Jerusalem in 1917.
merican Colony (Jerusalem). Photo Dept., photographer.
Indian Army QF 3.7 inch gun battery Jerusalem 1917.jpg
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The Royal Pavilion in Brighton, formerly a seaside summer residence of the royal family, was converted into a military hospital during the war. Mainly Indian soldiers were treated here.
H. D. Girdwood (1878-1964)
How our brave Indians forget about their wounds [Brighton, England]
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Wounded soldiers playing cards on the lawn at the Pavilion hospital in England.
H. D. Girdwood (1878-1964)
Card parties of wounded Indians at Brighton
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