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Documents.10530. Image contained in H. H. Somerfield Papers, Imperial War MuseumArchives. Image depicts four men (presumably one British and three South Asian) standing together and a younger boy standing to the side.
Full description:Black and white photograph of four men standing together taken most likely in 1930s India. It depicts four men, probably soldiers. Three are South Asian and one is British. They are standing outside in front of a building. There is an Indian boy standing to the right of them behind some shrubbery. There are bushes on either side of the photo and a tree hanging overhead. The doorway behind the men is arched and there are bars visible behind the men. One man is wearing a uniform with long pants, the three other men are wearing shorts with collared shirts. Two of the men are wearing turbans or pagris. One man has no head covering. The fourth man is wearing a hat.
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