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Sunday, 7 October 2012

Old photos: Tribesmen and Soldiers of Pakistan in 1947‏

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 Rawalpindi: Members of the newly established Pakistani Security Guard standing at attention during parade review for Pakistan's new leader Mohammed Ali Jinnah, who did not attend due to illness
 Moslems gathering in Cunninham Gardens at the Khyber House for the first Jirga (tribal assembly) at Moslem League meeting, at which a tribe acceded to the Government of Pakistan
 Closeup of two armed Pathan tribesmen waiting on road between Peshawar & Rawalpindi for their leader Batcha Gul, of the Mohman tribe, to arrive w. trucks and extra ammo, to lead them into battle in Kashmir during their struggle for independence

 Rawalpindi: Members of the newly established Pakistani Security Guard standing at attention during parade review for Pakistan's new leader Mohammed Ali Jinnah, who did not attend due to illness
 Armed Pathan tribesmen waiting on road between Peshawar & Rawalpindi for their leader Batcha Gul, of the Mohman tribe, to arrive with trucks and extra ammo, to lead them into battle in Kashmir during their struggle for independence..
 Rawalpindi: Members of the newly formed Pakistani Security Guard marching past troops of the regular Pakistani Army during parade review for Pakistan's new leader Mohammed Ali Jinnah, who did not attend due to illness.
 Peshawar: Sir George Cunningham, (center on table), British Governor of the Northwest Frontier Province, speaking to hundreds of Pathan tribesmen, as other govt. officials look on, during first jirga (tribal assembly) on the lawn of the Khyber House.
 Peshawar: Crowd of Afridi tribesmen getting paid their allowance of 2 rupees by Asst. political officer Faridullah (R) as they leave the first jirga (tribal assembly) on the lawn of the Khyber House, home of the political agent of the region

 Peshawar: Hundreds of Afridi tribesmen gathered to hear a speech from Sir George Cunningham, Gov. of the Northwest Frontier Province, during the first jirga (tribal assembly) on the lawn of the Khyber House, home of the political agent of the region


 Peshawar: Sir George Cunningham, British Gov. of the Northwest Frontier Province, speaking to group of Maliks, leaders of various Pathan tribes, after his speech to the jirga, or tribal assembly, outside the Khyber House.

 Armed Pathan tribesmen waiting on road between Peshawar & Rawalpindi for their leader Batcha Gul of the Mohman tribe, to arrive with trucks and extra 
ammunitions to lead them into battle in Kashmir during their struggle for independence
 Rawalpindi: Members of the newly-formed Pakistani Security Guard standing at attention during parade review for Pakistan's Leader Jinnah who did not attend due to illness





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