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Collection
The Visit of Amir Habibullah Khan in India, 1907
Series
AHI 25-45, The Great Review
AHI 0
Illustration in The Graphic, Vol. 75, No. 1941 (February 9, 1907), p. 199, showing the same troops as AHI 41.
Place, date
Collection
The Visit of Amir Habibullah Khan in India, 1907
Series
AHI 25-45, The Great Review
AHI 00
At 10:30 in the morning, Amir Habibullah Khan on his grey charger, alongside the Viceroy, Lord Minto, on a white horse, followed by Lord Kitchener, the Commander-in-Chief, on a mighty brown charger, riding to their position at the saluting point near the flagstaff, to inspect the parade of troops. In the background, 400 yards away, the troops are aligned, waiting for their first march past the saluting point from left to right.
Place, date
Agra, Saturday, January 12, 1907
Collection
The Visit of Amir Habibullah Khan in India, 1907
Series
AHI 25-45, The Great Review
AHI 25
At the saluting point, in front of the flagstaff, Amir Habibullah Khan is positioned between the Viceroy Lord Minto and the Commander-in-Chief Lord Kitchener, mounted on their horses. Few yards behind, on the first carriage, are Lady Minto and the Governor. The first march past of the review starts with the staff of the General Sir Arthur Gaselee Commanding Eastern Command, followed by massed cavalry bands.
Place, date
Agra, Saturday, January 12, 1907
Collection
The Visit of Amir Habibullah Khan in India, 1907
Series
AHI 25-45, The Great Review
AHI 26
The Royal Horse Artillery with Heavy Artillery, Field Artillery and Mountain Artillery on mules on their first march past.
Place, date
Agra, Saturday, January 12, 1907
Collection
The Visit of Amir Habibullah Khan in India, 1907
Series
AHI 25-45, The Great Review
AHI 27 – 29
Cavalry units on their first march past.
Place, date
Agra, Saturday, January 12, 1907
Collection
The Visit of Amir Habibullah Khan in India, 1907
Series
AHI 25-45, The Great Review
AHI 30 - 32
The Sappers & Miners  passing the saluting point with shouldered arms. The officers point their swords towards the ground at about 45 degrees.
Place, date
Agra, Saturday, January 12, 1907
Collection
The Visit of Amir Habibullah Khan in India, 1907
Series
AHI 25-45, The Great Review
AHI 33 + 34
The Infantry is passing in column of double companies in line at 20 yards distance, 30 yards between battalions, 50 yards between brigades, and 100 yards between divisions.
Place, date
Agra, Saturday, January 12, 1907
Collection
The Visit of Amir Habibullah Khan in India, 1907
Series
AHI 25-45, The Great Review
AHI 35 + 36
1st Duke of York’s Own Lancers (Skinner’s Horse), led by the Maharajah Madho Rao Scindia of Gwalior, its honorary Colonel.
Place, date
Agra, Saturday, January 12, 1907
Collection
The Visit of Amir Habibullah Khan in India, 1907
Series
AHI 25-45, The Great Review
AHI 37 + 38
A native infantry regiment is marching past the saluting point.
Place, date
Agra, Saturday, January 12, 1907
Collection
The Visit of Amir Habibullah Khan in India, 1907
Series
AHI 25-45, The Great Review
AHI 39 + 40