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Monochrome photographic print showing dignitaries, including the Maharajah of Patiala gathered in the western lawns of the Royal Pavilion. Large crowd of onlookers in foreground with backs to camera. Taken during the opening ceremony of the Royal Pavilion
Ticket printed on red card and bearing an embossed coat of arms of Brighton in gold. Admits bearer to the Resrved Enclosure oft he opening ceremony of the Indian Gate on the Royal Pavilion estate, and to a formal luncheon to be given in the Royal Pavilion
Monochrome photographic print showing the opening ceremony of the Royal Pavilion's Indian Gate. In right background, just to the left of the statue of Sir John Cordy Burrows, the Maharajah of Patiala can be seen lowering the flags of Britain and British I
This is a monochrome photographic print. The image was created circa 1915. The Royal Pavilion estate was used as a military hospital for wounded Indian Soldiers from December 1914 until early 1916. This image depicts two surgeons and two nurses in the Ope
This postcard shows wounded soldiers arriving at Brighton, Hove & Sussex Grammar School. Three vans are stationed outside the front entrance of the school while crowds of onlookers are gathered outside the garden to the right.
Indian Memorial Gateway Royal Pavilion Brighton Dedication by major General His Highness the Maharaj...
Monochrome photographic print showing a guard of honour during the opening ceremony of the Royal Pavilion's Indian Gate.
Indian Memorial Gateway Brighton Dedication by Major General His Highness the Maharajah of Patiala. ...
Monochrome photographic print showing the Maharajah of Patiala inspecting a guard of honour during the opening ceremony of the Royal Pavilion's Indian Gate.
Monochrome photographic print showing two Indian soldiers, probably Sikhs from the princely army of Patiala, during the opening ceremony of the Royal Pavilion's Indian Gate. Mayor Southall and the Maharajah of Patiala can be seen in background on left.
c1915 This postcard shows a posed group of convalescent Sikh soldiers outside of the Royal Pavilion, Brighton. Two of the men in the front row are seated in wheelchairs, while several in the back row use crutches.
This photographic image shows a panoramic view of the interior of the Dome, Brighton, with wounded Indian soldiers. The Royal Pavilion, Dome and Corn Exchange acted as a military hospital for wounded Indian soldiers from December 1914 until early 1916.