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    ACTUALITY. Single shot. British naval ratings firing a 4.7" naval gun, during the Boer War, probably 14 December 1899.

    Close shot of 4.7" naval gun pointing to the left with group of British naval ratings standing around it. The gun ...

     
  • PANORAMA OF CALCUTTA, INDIA, FROM THE RIVER GANGES.
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    The Calcutta waterfront viewed from a vessel moving up the Ganges, showing pilgrims descending into the water, dhows and rafts.

    The Warwick Film Catalogue from 1901 contains a listing for Panorama of Calcutta, India, from the ...

     
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    ACTUALITY. Boer War. 'Phantom ride' taken from a moving train (moving right to left) showing the British encampment at Frere, with rows of white tents, soldiers staring at the train as it goes by, a large number of horses, further tents ...

     
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    ACTUALITY. Single shot. British officers (Royal Engineers) supervising repair work on a bridge at Frere, spanning the Blaauw Krantz River, South Africa, during the Boer War.

    One end of a mangled metal bridge with black workers, white ...

     
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    ACTUALITY. Queen Victoria reviews the Life Guards at Spital Barracks.

    Queen Victoria, seated in her carriage with her back to the camera, and surrounded by invited guests, acknowledges the salutes of the officers as the First and ...

     
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    ACTUALITY. Single shot. Signalling from a British trench during the Boer war.

    MCU British soldiers lined up along trenches aiming their rifles. An officer walks along behind them. On the l.h.s. a man sends flag signals (46ft/35mm ...

     
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    ACTUALITY. A reconstruction "as performed in the Empress Theatre, 'Greater Britain Exhibition', Earls Court" by Mr Frank E. Fillis's troupe showing a mixed group of infantry and cavalry standing in array. Suddenly a scattered group of ...

     
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    ACTUALITY. Troop train passing over the Modder River during the Boer War.

    A train, with locomotives and armoured cars at each end, passes over a temporary bridge erected over the Modder River; Seaforth Highlanders are riding in coal ...

     
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    ACTUALITY. Single shot. Spectators on the quayside wave as the crowded ship moves away.

    Note: The Roslin Castle left Southampton on Friday 20 October 1899, bearing Major-General Hildyard and 2nd Brigade Staff, special service ...