B&W photographic print. 'An Ao girl.'
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- ReferenceGB 102 PP MS 58/02/W/34
- Dates of Creation1926
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- Language of MaterialNo linguistic content
- Physical Description1 photograph
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The Pangsha Expedition took place at the end of 1936 and was a punitive expedition led by Mills to rescue children who had been abducted and sold into slavery. Pangsha was a notoriously warlike village in unadministered territory close to the border betwe
A sepoy was a rank with in the British Indian Army. It was the equivalent of a private. The term is derived from the Farsi word, sipāhī (سپاهی), meaning infantry soldier.
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