Indian quiver and arrows. This quiver was a trophy from the Battle of Seringapatam on 4 May 1799, the culmination of a campaign against Tipu Sultan of Mysore in Southern India. It was presented to George III by Richard, Earl of Mornington, Governor General of India, in 1800. Supposedly taken from the bedroom of Tipu Sultan. The Royal Collection.

Indian quiver and arrows. This quiver was a trophy from the Battle of Seringapatam on 4 May 1799, the culmination of a campaign against Tipu Sultan of Mysore in Southern India. It was presented to George III by Richard, Earl of Mornington, Governor General of India, in 1800. Supposedly taken from the bedroom of Tipu Sultan. The Royal Collection.

Louis Mountbatten, 1st Earl Mountbatten of Burma – born on 25 June 1900. He was married to Edwina Ashley and admitted "Edwina and I spent all our married lives getting into other people's beds." His nickname amongst friends was 'Mountbottom', and it was gossiped that like his wife, he was promiscuous with both sexes. Mountbatten was a strong influence in the upbringing of his grand-nephew, Prince Charles, Prince of Wales. In August 1979 Mountbatten was killed by the IRA.

Lord Louis Mountbatten was born Seine Durchlaucht Prinz Ludwig von Battenberg (His Serene Highness Prince Louis of Battenberg)...

Governor General of the Dutch East Indies D.Fock, visit to City Palace of King Indra Sakti, Tanjung Balai - Asahan 1925

Governor General of the Dutch East Indies D.Fock, visit to City Palace of King Indra Sakti, Tanjung Balai - Asahan 1925

Talking to Rajagopalachari who would succeed my grandfather as Governor General of India (dare you to pronounce his name)

Talking to Rajagopalachari who would succeed my grandfather as Governor General of India (dare you to pronounce his name)

Goodbye! Lady Mountbatten receives a farewell embrace from Governor-General of India C. Rajagopalachari - 1948

Goodbye! Lady Mountbatten receives a farewell embrace from Governor-General of India C. Rajagopalachari - 1948

In 1905, on the resignation of Lord Curzon of Kedleston, Lord Minto was…

1907, India (British), Lord Minto (Viceroy). Bronze "Minto Fancy Fete" Medal

In 1905, on the resignation of Lord Curzon of Kedleston, Lord Minto was…

Governor general of India C Rjagopalachari with Lord Mountbatten - 1948

Governor general of India C Rjagopalachari with Lord Mountbatten - 1948

Gilbert John Elliot-Murray-Kynynmound, 4th Earl of Minto (1845 – 1914) ca. 1845, was a British nobleman and politician who served as Governor General of Canada, the eighth since Canadian Confederation, and as Viceroy and Governor-General of India, the country's 17th.

Gilbert John Elliot-Murray-Kynynmound, 4th Earl of Minto (1845 – 1914) ca. 1845, was a British nobleman and politician who served as Governor General of Canada, the eighth since Canadian Confederation, and as Viceroy and Governor-General of India, the country's 17th.

This Indian quiver was a trophy from the Battle of Seringapatam on 4 May 1799, the culmination of a campaign against Tipu Sultan of Mysore in Southern India. It was presented to George III by Richard, Earl of Mornington, Governor General of India, in 1800. Presented to King George III by Richard Earl of Mornington, Governor General of India, 2nd April 1800. "This case of arrowa was taken from the bedroom of the late Tipoe Saib supposed to be poisoned".

This Indian quiver was a trophy from the Battle of Seringapatam on 4 May 1799, the culmination of a campaign against Tipu Sultan of Mysore in Southern India. It was presented to George III by Richard, Earl of Mornington, Governor General of India, in 1800. Presented to King George III by Richard Earl of Mornington, Governor General of India, 2nd April 1800. "This case of arrowa was taken from the bedroom of the late Tipoe Saib supposed to be poisoned".

Opium War Medal was issued by the British Government in 1843 to members of the British Army and Royal Navy who took part in the First Anglo-Chinese War (1839–42). The medal was designed by William Wyon. The China War Medal was originally intended by the Governor-General of India, in October 1842, to be awarded exclusively to all ranks of the Honourable East India Company's Forces. Instead, in 1843, under the direction of Queen Victoria, the British Government awarded it without clasp to all…

Opium War Medal was issued by the British Government in 1843 to members of the British Army and Royal Navy who took part in the First Anglo-Chinese War (1839–42). The medal was designed by William Wyon. The China War Medal was originally intended by the Governor-General of India, in October 1842, to be awarded exclusively to all ranks of the Honourable East India Company's Forces. Instead, in 1843, under the direction of Queen Victoria, the British Government awarded it without clasp to all…

Warren Hastings, 1st Governor General of India, father of a sister by marriage of Jane Austen, fabulously wealthy, officer of the East India Company

Warren Hastings, 1st Governor General of India, father of a sister by marriage of Jane Austen, fabulously wealthy, officer of the East India Company

Chakravarti Rajagopalachari, informally called Rajaji or C.R., was an Indian lawyer, independence activist, politician, writer and statesman. Rajagopalachari was the last Governor-General of India. He also served as leader of the Indian National Congress, Premier of the Madras Presidency, Governor of West Bengal, Minister for Home Affairs of the Indian Union and Chief Minister of Madras state. Rajagopalachari founded the Swatantra Party and was one of the firs...

Chakravarti Rajagopalachari, informally called Rajaji or C.R., was an Indian lawyer, independence activist, politician, writer and statesman. Rajagopalachari was the last Governor-General of India. He also served as leader of the Indian National Congress, Premier of the Madras Presidency, Governor of West Bengal, Minister for Home Affairs of the Indian Union and Chief Minister of Madras state. Rajagopalachari founded the Swatantra Party and was one of the firs...

The Doctrine of Subsidiary Alliance of 1801 was a policy popularized by the then Governor General of India (from 1798 to 1805), Lord

The Doctrine of Subsidiary Alliance of 1801 was a policy popularized by the then Governor General of India (from 1798 to 1805), Lord

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