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Indonesian nationalist leader and politician. Photographed by Warren K. Leffler during a visit to Washington, D.C., as President of Indonesia, 16 May 1956.
NORTH AFRICA: BLEEDING.
A North African barber bleeding a patient. Undated French photograph.
TURKEY: ARMISTICE CARTOON.
'A pill in time!' An 1876 cartoon by John Tenniel on the demand by the Great Powers that Turkey agree to an armistice with Serbia.
JEAN HENRI DUNANT
(1828-1910). Swiss philanthropist and founder of the International Red Cross. Photograph, c1900.
MOROCCO: FOREIGN LEGION.
The arrival of the French Foreign Legion in Fez, Morocco. Photograph, 1912.
ILINDEN UPRISING, 1903.
Macedonia: Turkish soldiers posing with decapitated heads of killed rebels. Photograph, 1903.
TRANSJORDAN: FRONTIER GUARDS.
Frontier guards with their camels at a well in Transjordan, under the British Mandate of Palestine. Photograph, c1936.
TURKEY: ARMENIAN REVOLT.
Massacre of Armenians in the streets of Istanbul by police and Kurds during the 1895 Armenian Revolt. Contemporary English illustration.
MEHMED V (1844-1918).
Ottoman Sultan, 1909-1918. Photograph, c1910.
A peasant woman receiving a tattoo on the streets of an unknown location. Photograph, c1900-1920.
HOWARD CARTER (1873-1939).
English archaeologist. Carter (front row, right) with Egyptian dignitaries at the tomb of King Tutankhamen, then being excavated under his direction, February 1923. Photographed by Harry Burton.
WORLD WAR I: GALLIPOLI, 1915.
French soldiers arriving in the Dardanelles strait to fight in the Gallipoli campaign, the attack on Turkey conducted jointly by French and British Empire forces in 1915, during World War I.
STATUES OF RAMSES II
in Luxor, Egypt. 19th Dynasty.
ZOUAVE FATALITY, 1861.
The fatal shooting of Elmer Ephraim Ellsworth, Colonel of the New York Fire Zouaves and the first notable Northern fatality of the Civil War, in Alexandria, Virginia on 24 May 1861: steel engraving, 19th century.
Scene in the medina of an unidentified city, possibly Fez, in Morocco. Photograph, c1975.
EGYPT: SIGHTSEERS, 1890.
A group of European sightseers at Luxor, Egypt. Photograph, 1890.
WORLD WAR I: DERVISHES.
Dervishes in Konya, Turkey, who were called up for the militia during World War I. Photograph from the Berliner Illustrirte Zeitung, 14 March 1915.
Man wearing a traditional Balkan kilt, c1900.
NEW ORLEANS: SHRINERS.
Crowds in New Orleans, Louisiana, watching a procession of mounted shriners from the Jerusalem Temple, 1923.
JERUSALEM: SURRENDER, 1917.
The mayor of Jerusalem, Hussein Bey al-Husayni, and others on their way to surrender to the British Army, 9 December 1917. With them are two British sergeants Hurcomb and Sedgewick. Photograph by Lewis Larsson.
GENERAL PASA, c1890.
General Mehmed Pasa, Commander of the Imperial Ironclad Fleet of the Ottoman Empire in Constantinople. Photograph by Abdullah Frères, c1890.
KENYA: IVORY TRADE, c1935.
Men holding ivory tusks, about to be shipped to America, at the old harbor in Mombasa, Kenya. Stereograph, c1935.
TUNIS: CAFE, 1960.
Scene in a cafe in the medina of Tunis, Tunisia. The portrait of President Habib Bourguiba can be seen on columns and walls.
Portrait of Father Sebastian, 1852, by Michelangelo Pittatore (1825-1903), oil on canvas, 33x26 cm. Full Credit: De Agostini / A. Dagli Orti / Granger, NYC -- All right
ART & ARCHITECTURE.
Courtyard, Sahrij Madrasa (14th century), Fez (Unesco World Heritage List, 1981), Fes-Boulemane, Morocco. Full Credit: De Agostini / C. Sappa / Granger, NYC -- All Rights Reserved.
COLONIAL AFRICA, 1887.
An English administrator settling a dispute between two native chiefs on the Gambia River, West Africa. Wood engraving, English, 1887.
KING FAISAL I (1883-1933).
King of Iraq. Photographed on a trip to Jerusalem, 1933.
ENVER PASHA (1881?-1922).
Turkish soldier and leader of the Young Turk movement. German photo postcard published during World War I.
WILLIAM HICKS (1830-1883).
Known as Hicks Pasha. English soldier. 'Hicks Pasha (Major General Hicks), commander of the Egyptian army destroyed in the Soudan.' Wood engraving, English, 1883.
Shoemakers of Stamboul pose for an informal group portrait. E. M. Newman.
A notorious bandit is exposed on gallows to show he has been killed. Harold F. Weston.
KENYA: MUSICIANS, c1907.
Public gathering around men with musical instruments in Mombasa, Kenya. Photographed c1907.
JORDAN: GATHERING, 1931.
Members of a pan-Islamic conference gather for a Bedouin style meal around large trays of food, in the Shunat Nimrin region of Jordan. Photograph, 1931.
ENVER PASHA (1881?-1922).
Turkish soldier and leader of the Young Turk movement. Caricature, 1923.
HIPPOPOTAMUS: LONDON ZOO.
Obayseh, the Egyptian hippopotamus in the Regent's Park Zoo, London. Wood engraving from an English newspaper of 1851.
MEHMED EMIN PASHA
(1840-1892). Originally Eduard Schnitzer. German explorer. Line engraving, German, 19th century.
ISLAM: PRAYING, c1895.
Two Muslim men praying. Studio photograph, c1895.
HORATIO HERBERT KITCHENER
(1850-1916). 1st Earl of Khartoum and of Broome. British soldier. Lord Kitchener leads the Egyptian army against the Mahdists in Dongola Province, Sudan, 1896. Illustration from a contemporary English newspaper.
JOMO KENYATTA (c1894-1978).
Kenyan politician. Photographed while presiding over ceremonies commemorating the second anniversary of Kenya's independence, 12 December 1965.
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