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Unknown soldier in Seaforth Highlanders
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Unknown soldier in Seaforth Highlanders

Copy of a monochrome studio photograph of a soldier in full dress tropical uniform, taken in Afghanistan. The border of mount has inscription J Nath Photographer Nowshera & Murree. This photograph was taken in the same studio as that of Donald Mackay (see picture #7053). Nowshera is now in Pakistan and was a large British Army base used for troops based on the North-West Frontier of India. 1st Seaforths were involved in the Zakha Khel Expedition in 1908 against Afridi tribesmen on the Indian-Afghan border. This photograph was in a collection of three belonging to the grandfather of the donor Rhona Petrieuk, who served with the Gordon Highlanders from approximately 1896 until 1914 when he was wounded in action.
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