Sikh officers loyal to the British Army. Eight Sikh officers stand in the driveway of a colonial building at around the time of the Indian Mutiny and Rebellion (1857-58). Sikh soldiers enlisted with the British Army at the end of the Second Anglo-Sikh War (1848-49) and remained loyal to the British throughout the rebellion. India, circa 1860. India, Southern Asia, Asia.
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