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Joffre and French in the FieldThe Charge of the Bengal LancersThe Cameron Highlanders at LangemarckKing George Cheered by his MenA Home-Made GrenadeA Home-Made GrenadeThe Bomb-ThrowerCossacks in GaliciaA British Anti-Aircraft Gun in ActionDeath of Nelson19th HussarsDevonshire RegimentMounted Military Police CorpsRoyal EngineersEast Kent RegimentGordon HighlandersJubilee Review, Aldershot, March Past of the GuardsQueen's Own Cameron Highlanders6th Dragoon Guards, 'Outpost Duty'Storming of Blenheim by Ancient Scots'They Parted His Raiment' (Tissot)Light Infantry crossing RiverStorming of LudawHow I saw the EnemyKing Thebaw's removalPrendergast's interview with Thebaw's OfficersLoot AuctionAdvance Guard of Lord DufferinPresentation of Address to Lord DufferinLord and Lady Dufferin's ReceptionDacoits on the Road to MandalayA gallant guardsman, on guardA gallant guardsman, on guardOff guard, ah! ah!Off guard, ah! ah!'Come back!' said the three strong Soldiers'Come back!' said the three strong SoldiersThey caught and saved a Brother aliveThey caught and saved a Brother aliveThey caught and saved a Brother aliveLord RobertsLord RobertsLord RobertsLord RobertsGeneral Baden PowellGeneral Baden PowellReturn of the young soldierReturn of the young soldierGood-bye, their last kissesGood-bye, their last kissesHubert receiving his mother's last giftHubert receiving his mother's last giftThe regiment embarkingThe regiment embarkingHe hastened to the cabinHe hastened to the cabinThe boat was pushed offThe boat was pushed offIt was not the song-book, it was the BibleIt was not the song-book, it was the BibleIn India marching up countryIn India marching up countryAfter the battleAfter the battleAfter the battleFor some minutes he sat in deep thoughtFor some minutes he sat in deep thoughtDiscovery of the note from his comradeDiscovery of the note from his comradeHis head drooped in deep anguish on his bosomHis head drooped in deep anguish on his bosomHis head drooped in deep anguish on his bosomA terrible fightA terrible fightA terrible fightFound in the jungleFound in the jungleThe doctor read the fifty-first PsalmThe doctor read the fifty-first PsalmThe doctor read the fifty-first PsalmThe poor sufferer's eyes turned towards the doorThe poor sufferer's eyes turned towards the doorThey watched with Christian love beside the bedThey watched with Christian love beside the bedThe doctor crept softly into Hubert's chamberThe doctor crept softly into Hubert's chamberHe knelt and poured out his heart to heavenHe knelt and poured out his heart to heavenThe blood-stained coatThe blood-stained coatThe torn BibleThe torn Bible'See what saved my life,' he said'See what saved my life,' he saidInvalided homeInvalided home'What! Hubert?' cried the old man'What! Hubert?' cried the old manShooting for the Queen's PrizeHavelock and his 'Saints'Before SebastopolBefore SebastopolChina -- Meeting of TroopsChina -- Narrow Escape of GordonChina -- Death of Captain TerryChina -- The 'Ever Victorious Army'China -- The Storming of SoochowHis first Visit to KhartoumReception at MassowahGordon's Warfare on the NileDesertedDesertedThe Fall of Khartoum -- How the news was broughtRunning the Gauntlet of the Mahdi's BatteriesJesus falling beneath the CrossNailing Christ to the CrossSt Paul rescued from the MultitudeState Artillery coming up by TrainFor his bride a soldier sought herSpanish Guerilla Force in CubaGeneral WeylerSpaniards bringing in prisoners from the countryGroup of Spanish LeadersGeneral BlancoNew York Cavalry leaving for CubaAmerican Military LeadersThe Siege of SantiagoGeneral ShafterSpanish soldiers in SantiagoHeroes have fought for the laurels of fameAnd in these barracks is an armour roomWhen finished, Tommy looked at it with gleeSuch joy as his was not allowed to lastA plan of vengeance struck him sharp and quickAll further movement suddenly he checkedAnd from the pedestal he slowly steppedPortrait of General KitchenerMarching, marching, gaily on they goAnd men are dashing madly pastFighting, fighting, madly on they goAnd a little lad is dyingIntroduction with TitleWho said the Irish Soldier would be traitor to the QueenIn all our glorious history ever foremost he has beenThen give three cheers for the Dublin FusiliersOh, land that gave us Roberts! oh, isle of emerald greenThen give three cheers for the Dublin FusiliersThe glorious colours that you bear record your splendid deedsBrave lads, you have avenged Majuba HillThen give three cheers for the Dublin FusiliersIntroduction, with Title'I'm now under orders, my darling, I'm going away to the war''Let us go just across the meadows, where first we made love -- you and I''Be a true soldier's wife, bonnie darling, for the fondest of hearts must part''You'll think of me, marching and fighting, away, far away over the sea''You'll keep a bright home for me, darling, and a place in your bosom for me''Be a true soldier's wife, bonnie darling, for the fondest of hearts must part'Ned Noggs wanted to be a soldier, but was just half an inch too shortHe passed the standard of height, and was complimented on his developed bump of benevolenceEnglish ArcherArtillerymanCavalry SoldierLife GuardsA VolunteerSigning of Magna ChartaHoisting Union Jack, New GuineaHe's gone with streaming banners where noble deeds are doneThe heroes that vanquish amid the strifeThe heroes that vanquish amid the strifeHave fought for the fadeless laurels of fameWith life almost run, who served their country wellWounded and bleeding upon the field, two dying soldiers layOne held a ringlet of thin grey hair, one held a lock of brownBidding each other a last farewell, just as the sun went downOne thought of mother, at home and alone, feeble and old and greyOne of the sweetheart, he left in town, happy and young and gayOne knew the joy of a mother's love, one of a sweetheart fairThinking of home, they lay side by side, breathing a farewell prayerOne for his mother so old and greyOne for his love in townThey closed their eyes to the earth and skies,  just as the sun went downTwo hearts nigh broken, two noble lives lost, fighting, defending the CrownStill they were proud of the heroes who died just as the sun went downThere were pipers playing in the morningTho' my heart is sore, I'm bound to leave youSee, the boys are falling into lineTho' your heart be weary, do not sighHome again once more the boys are marchingThe lass with joy sees her own dear boyWhen the day is done and twilight's fallingHear the pipers calling; see, the boys are falling into lineWear the ribbon that I gave youI'll kiss your tears awayOne of the officers stepped up to him and began talking'Tis night! one young soldier is sitting before the camp fire(Effect) Where a noble-hearted soldier is keeping watch and guardTom read from his little book by the ruddy glare of the fireThe soldiers start to their feet and seize their armsHe has been found sleeping at his post, and the punishment is death'No, no,' he cried, throwing his arms about Frank Owen's neckWe must now be parted until we meet in heavenThe friends were forcibly but kindly separated'Dinna be cast doon, laddie,' said Donald CameronTom drew forth the Testament and readTom grasped the hand of the honest ScotchmanOn receipt of the news the joy of the camp was completeThey observed the Confederate troops taking up their positionsThe Roll was called, and Tom and his comrades answered to their namesHe fancied he could see his home and his mother looking for her soldier laddieThe Confederate lines opened fire. Several soldiers were killedA desperate and long-continued battle was foughtHe found the ground strewn with dead and woundedTom could go no further, and fell fainting on the groundThe full moon poured down her silvery beams through the branchesHe dragged himself down to the waterThe little drummer-boy was the first to receive attentionSeveral times he had to rest by the way'May God bless you for a brave and good fellow,' said he to TomHe bathed his face and staunched his bleeding woundsOnce more poor Tom lay insensible under the shadow of a pineThey had come to look upon one they were proud to call their friendTom took the Testament from under his pillow and handed it to himFrank Owen congratulated Tom on the honours he had wonHe limped along by his mother's side supported by the DeaconRoyal Visit to the Hospital Ship 'Princess of Wales'Who goes there, boy disturbs sentryDodging round sentry boxA flank movementBayonet exercise, well caughtThe spoils of war, see bayonetThe Friar's Christmas Goose in dangerChristmas ReveilleChristmas Eve during the Civil War. An unwelcome summons'There's Tom, and he's got a girl in that box''Good evening, lassie!'Lieutenant Robert Lindsay, 1st Battalion Scotch Fusilier GuardsCaptain Bell, Royal Welch FusiliersSergeant H. Ramage, Scots GreysSergeant Richard Wadeson, 75th RegimentLieutenant Reginald C. Hart, R.E.Trooper J. Doogan, 1st (King's) Dragoon GuardsQuartermaster-Sergeant William Marshall, 19th HussarsSt Paul taken prisonerTitleGerman on outpost dutyDavid spares Saul's lifeSaul hurls his javelin at DavidSergeant on look-out dutyGurkhas creepingSoldiers ambushedJudas betrays ChristTitleTitleTitleAn Austro-Serbian battleJonathan and DavidRussians and Austrians in snowstormCossacks driven backInfantry firingStreet defences in SerbiaDefending the DardanellesRusso-German battleDavid's three mighty men'Hail, King of the Jews' (Dixon)[Slide title unknown]Jesus Falls the First Time under the Weight of the Cross. Here by Salem's ancient walls, / 'Neath His burden Jesus falls. / [...]Christ the Comforter (Copping)When ye Shall SearchThe King's Visit to Berlin -- Arrival at Brandenburg GateThe Kings Visit to Berlin -- The King and Kaiser en route to PalaceThe Kaiser's Homeward Journey -- Inspecting the Guard of HonourKing and Queen of Norway's Departure ... [illegible] ... Haakon ... [illegible]Title slideTitle slideThe King opening Parliament -- the State CoachThe camera which took these snapsBasrah light railwayOn the last lap home. Travelling in luxury aross France[Slide title unknown]Onward! Christian soldiers, / Marching as to warAt the sign of triumph / Satan's host doth flee;Like a mighty army / Moves the church of God;Christ healing the ear of MalchusAnd they parted His raiment and cast lotsGrenadier Guards II[Slide title unknown][Slide title unknown]'Duty' -- a British soldier on sentry in FranceBritish Tommies drawing water from Spring at Solomon's PoolHubert bids good-bye to his friendsHubert promises to read the bibleHis eye fell upon his mother's lastIt was the bibleHubert's heart was heavyHubert tried to replace the tornThe words of the blood-spottedHubert placed the bible in his[Slide title unknown]Hubert woundedNext day the doctor cameThe nurse and doctor watch beside'Doctor, will you pray?'[Nurse and wounded soldier in room used as hospital ward, Alderley Park][Nurse and two wounded soldiers in room used as hospital ward, Alderley Park][Group of nurses and wounded soldiers, Alderley Park][Nurse and group of wounded soldiers, Alderley Park][Group of wounded soldiers, Alderley Park][Wounded soldier sitting in chair in room used as hospital ward, Alderley Park][Two wounded soldiers in room used as hospital ward, Alderley Park][Three wounded soldiers lying on sofa, Alderley Park][Three wounded soldiers in beds in room used as hospital ward, Alderley Park][Three wounded soldiers in gardens, Alderley Park][Wounded soldier in wheelchair in gardens, Alderley Park][Wounded soldier sitting in deckchair in gardens, Alderley Park]Corporal of West India Regiment, V.C. HeroHome in sightCombat de Montebello prise du CimetiereLe 3eme de Zouaves à Palestro, 31 Mai 1859Attaque des Turcos à TurbigoCombat de Melegnano (Marignan) le 8 Juin 1859Victor Emmanuel, Roi de Piemont / Combat de MelegnanoQuartier Général français à Montechiaro le 23 Juin 1859Bataille de Solferino le 24 Juin 1859Engagement Entre des Bersaglieri Sardes et des Cavaliers autrichiens[Slide title unknown]Infantry Battalion, C.I.V.'sInfantry Battalion, C.I.V.'sThe Arrest of JesusLes Highlanders
Lucerna ID 9000476

Record created by Richard Crangle. Last updated 4 October 2017

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