A Black corps d'élite: an Egyptian Sudanese conscript by Richard Leslie Hill, Peter C. Hogg

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4-7. Four tailor's designs of a uniform and equipment for the Egyptian Sudanese Battalion made by the Intendance branch, (this copy from Archives historiques, Service de Santé des Armées). (Photo copyright, Musée du Val de Grâce, Paris). 8. Tierra Caliente: land and river operations involving Sudanese units. Topographical additions for the Sotavento de Veracruz supplied by Architect Humberto Aguirre Tinoco. 9. Railway Bridge, constructed by French military engineers at La Soledad, 1863. The slightly anachronistic locomotive, a British Fairlie double engine, was introduced to Mexico shortly after the French evacuation (from A.

Topographical additions for the Sotavento de Veracruz supplied by Architect Humberto Aguirre Tinoco. 9. Railway Bridge, constructed by French military engineers at La Soledad, 1863. The slightly anachronistic locomotive, a British Fairlie double engine, was introduced to Mexico shortly after the French evacuation (from A. García Cubas, Album del Ferrocarril Mexicano, view by Casimiro Castro, Mexico City, 1877). (Copyright, if any, unknown). 10. Mexican Railway timetable from the Eco del Comercio, Veracruz, 16 July 1863 (courtesy Public Record Office, London).

F. Mickl, Austrian Volunteer Corps, by Erich Korger. 14. Captain 'Abd al-Rahman * Musa*, commanding the Sudanese mounted troop (photo copyright Musée de l' Armee, Paris). 15. Veracruz, Sept. 1866. Plan of military works showing Sudanese action stations. 16. Arrival of the Egyptian Sudanese Battalion in Paris from Mexico, an impression (Le Monde illustré, Paris, II, 1867, 300). 17. Group of Sudanese officers from the Battalion recently returned from Mexico to Egypt, with Dr. Charles Gaillardot Bey, 1867, from 'Umar Tusun*, Butulat* al-orta al-sudaniyya al-misriyya, 1 (courtesy of the Mohamed* Ali Foundation).

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