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Gordon Pasha Collection

Gordon Pasha, also known as General Charles George Gordon or Chinese Gordon, was a remarkable British general who left an indelible mark on history

Background imageGordon Pasha Collection: General Charles George Gordon, Aka Chinese Gordon And Gordon Pasha, 1833-1885. British General

General Charles George Gordon, Aka Chinese Gordon And Gordon Pasha, 1833-1885. British General. Photographed At Khartoum. From The Book Chinese Gordon By Archibald Forbes, Published In London 1886

Background imageGordon Pasha Collection: Banknote of Sudan, 1885 (pressboard)

Banknote of Sudan, 1885 (pressboard)
1203132 Banknote of Sudan, 1885 (pressboard) by Sudanese School, (19th century); 6.4x10.2 cm; Ashmolean Museum, University of Oxford

Background imageGordon Pasha Collection: Charles George Gordon(1833-85), English soldier, 1924

Charles George Gordon(1833-85), English soldier, 1924
Major-General Charles George Gordon (1833-1885), British army officer and administrator. Also known as Chinese Gordon, Gordon Pasha, and Gordon of Khartoum

Background imageGordon Pasha Collection: The Taeping Rebellion in China: interior of the walls of Soo-Chow, 1864. Creator: Unknown

The Taeping Rebellion in China: interior of the walls of Soo-Chow, 1864. Creator: Unknown
The Taeping Rebellion in China: interior of the walls of Soo-Chow, 1864. Engraving from a photograph, ...illustrative of the capture of the Chinese town of Soo-Chow by the Imperialist troops

Background imageGordon Pasha Collection: The Taeping Rebellion in China:.Soo-Chow, where the Wang was beheaded, 1864. Creator: Unknown

The Taeping Rebellion in China:.Soo-Chow, where the Wang was beheaded, 1864. Creator: Unknown
The Taeping Rebellion in China:.Soo-Chow, where the Wang was beheaded, 1864. Engraving from a photograph, ...illustrative of the capture of the Chinese town of Soo-Chow by the Imperialist troops

Background imageGordon Pasha Collection: The Taeping Rebellion in China: entrance to Ching-Wang's tent, Soo-Chow, 1864. Creator: Unknown

The Taeping Rebellion in China: entrance to Ching-Wang's tent, Soo-Chow, 1864. Creator: Unknown
The Taeping Rebellion in China: entrance to Ching-Wang's tent, Soo-Chow, 1864. Engraving from a photograph, ...illustrative of the capture of the Chinese town of Soo-Chow by the Imperialist

Background imageGordon Pasha Collection: The Taeping Rebellion in China: fortified bridge, Soo-Chow, 1864. Creator: Unknown

The Taeping Rebellion in China: fortified bridge, Soo-Chow, 1864. Creator: Unknown
The Taeping Rebellion in China: fortified bridge, Soo-Chow, 1864. Engraving from a photograph, ...illustrative of the capture of the Chinese town of Soo-Chow by the Imperialist troops

Background imageGordon Pasha Collection: The Taeping Rebellion in China: troops of the Quinsan Garrison... forming square, 1864

The Taeping Rebellion in China: troops of the Quinsan Garrison... forming square, 1864. Creator: Unknown
The Taeping Rebellion in China: troops of the Quinsan Garrison, under Major Gordon, forming square, 1864. Engraving from a photograph

Background imageGordon Pasha Collection: Major-General Charles George Gordon, 1833 - 1885, aka Chinese Gordon, Gordon Pasha

Major-General Charles George Gordon, 1833 - 1885, aka Chinese Gordon, Gordon Pasha, and Gordon of Khartoum
955269 Major-General Charles George Gordon, 1833 - 1885, aka Chinese Gordon, Gordon Pasha, and Gordon of Khartoum. British army officer and administrator

Background imageGordon Pasha Collection: Major-General Charles George Gordon, 1833-1885

Major-General Charles George Gordon, 1833-1885
673065 Major-General Charles George Gordon, 1833-1885; (add.info.: Major-General Charles George Gordon (28 January 1833 - 26 January 1885), also known as Chinese Gordon, Gordon Pasha

Background imageGordon Pasha Collection: Engraving depicting Major-General Charles George Gordon, and the ever victorious army

Engraving depicting Major-General Charles George Gordon, and the ever victorious army
3521124 Engraving depicting Major-General Charles George Gordon, and the ever victorious army; (add.info.: Engraving depicting Major-General Charles George Gordon (1833-1885)

Background imageGordon Pasha Collection: Engraving depicting Major-General Charles George Gordon, and the ever victorious army

Engraving depicting Major-General Charles George Gordon, and the ever victorious army
3521109 Engraving depicting Major-General Charles George Gordon, and the ever victorious army; (add.info.: Engraving depicting Major-General Charles George Gordon (1833-1885)

Background imageGordon Pasha Collection: Sitting of the Crimean Board of Inquiry, in the Hall of Chelsea Hospital, 1856. Creator: Smyth

Sitting of the Crimean Board of Inquiry, in the Hall of Chelsea Hospital, 1856. Creator: Smyth
Sitting of the Crimean Board of Inquiry, in the Hall of Chelsea Hospital, [London], 1856. Military investigation into the actions of certain British officers during the Crimean War

Background imageGordon Pasha Collection: The Nile Expedition, 1884-85: The Naval Brigade... rescuing Sir Charles Wilson, 1885, (1901)

The Nile Expedition, 1884-85: The Naval Brigade... rescuing Sir Charles Wilson, 1885, (1901)
The Nile Expedition, 1884-85: The Naval Brigade under Lord Charles Beresford rescuing Sir Charles Wilson, February 1885, (1901)

Background imageGordon Pasha Collection: The Taeping Rebellion in China: entrance to Hall of Justice, Ching-Wang's palace, Soo-Chow, 1864

The Taeping Rebellion in China: entrance to Hall of Justice, Ching-Wang's palace, Soo-Chow, 1864. Creator: Unknown
The Taeping Rebellion in China: entrance to Hall of Justice, Ching-Wang's palace, Soo-Chow, 1864. Engraving from a photograph

Background imageGordon Pasha Collection: The Taeping Rebellion in China: entrance to Ching-Wang's palace, Soo-Chow, 1864. Creator: Unknown

The Taeping Rebellion in China: entrance to Ching-Wang's palace, Soo-Chow, 1864. Creator: Unknown
The Taeping Rebellion in China: entrance to Ching-Wang's palace, Soo-Chow, 1864. Engraving from a photograph, ...illustrative of the capture of the Chinese town of Soo-Chow by the Imperialist

Background imageGordon Pasha Collection: Lord Wolsely unveiling the memorial windows in Rochester Cathedral to General Gordon

Lord Wolsely unveiling the memorial windows in Rochester Cathedral to General Gordon and the Offic Creator: Unknown
Lord Wolsely unveiling the memorial windows in Rochester Cathedral to General Gordon and the Officers and men of the Royal Engineers who fell in the Waterloo, Peninsular and Soudan Campaigns, 1888

Background imageGordon Pasha Collection: The Last Messenger from Gordon (engraving)

The Last Messenger from Gordon (engraving)
1044751 The Last Messenger from Gordon (engraving) by Villiers, Frederic (1851-1922) (after); Private Collection; (add.info.: The Last Messenger from Gordon)

Background imageGordon Pasha Collection: Gordon Pasha, ie General Gordon (b / w photo)

Gordon Pasha, ie General Gordon (b / w photo)
5999453 Gordon Pasha, ie General Gordon (b/w photo) by English Photographer, (19th century); Private Collection; (add.info.: Gordon Pasha, ie General Gordon)

Background imageGordon Pasha Collection: Portrait of Charles George Gordon (colour litho)

Portrait of Charles George Gordon (colour litho)
982208 Portrait of Charles George Gordon (colour litho) by English School, (19th century); Private Collection; (add.info.: Major-General Charles George Gordon, Governor General of the Soudan)

Background imageGordon Pasha Collection: General Charles George Gordon (1833-85) (engraving)

General Charles George Gordon (1833-85) (engraving)
877690 General Charles George Gordon (1833-85) (engraving) by English School, (19th century); 28x26 cm; Private Collection; (add.info.: aka Chinese Gordon, Gordon Pasha)

Background imageGordon Pasha Collection: Letter to Miss Gordon, thanking her for the gift of a Bible which had belonged to her

Letter to Miss Gordon, thanking her for the gift of a Bible which had belonged to her
KDC441021 Letter to Miss Gordon, thanking her for the gift of a Bible which had belonged to her brother, General Gordon, and asking how long Gordon had owned this treasure, written at Windsor Castle

Background imageGordon Pasha Collection: Major-General Charles George Gordon, 1833

Major-General Charles George Gordon, 1833

Background imageGordon Pasha Collection: General Charles George Gordon, Aka Chinese Gordon And Gordon Pasha, 1833-1885. British General

General Charles George Gordon, Aka Chinese Gordon And Gordon Pasha, 1833-1885. British General. Engraved By O.Lacour After A Photograph By Adams And Scanlan.From The Book Charles George Gordon By

Background imageGordon Pasha Collection: Charles George Gordon, (1833-85), English soldier, 1894-1907

Charles George Gordon, (1833-85), English soldier, 1894-1907. British army officer and administrator. Also known as Chinese Gordon, Gordon Pasha, and Gordon of Khartoum


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Gordon Pasha, also known as General Charles George Gordon or Chinese Gordon, was a remarkable British general who left an indelible mark on history. Born in 1833 and tragically perishing in 1885, his life was filled with extraordinary achievements and heroic endeavors. One of the most iconic images captures him at Khartoum, where he served during his illustrious career. This photograph, taken in 1886 by Archibald Forbes for his book "Chinese Gordon, " showcases the stern yet determined countenance that defined this legendary figure. It was during the events leading up to his untimely death that General Gordon's name became synonymous with bravery and sacrifice. The image depicting "The Death of General Gordon" shows the fateful day - January 26th, 1885 - when Khartoum fell under siege. This haunting picture serves as a reminder of the immense loss suffered by both Britain and Sudan. Even today, we can find traces of General Gordon's legacy scattered throughout history. A banknote from Sudan dating back to 1885 bears his likeness, immortalizing him as a symbol of strength and leadership during turbulent times. In another captivating photograph captured in 1924, we see Charles George Gordon portrayed as an English soldier whose memory continues to inspire generations. His unwavering dedication to duty shines through every line etched on his face. General Gordon's involvement in The Nile Expedition is also well-documented. In an image titled "The Naval Brigade. . rescuing Sir Charles Wilson, " we witness one moment amidst this perilous mission undertaken between 1884-85. It exemplifies not only the strategic brilliance displayed by General Gordon but also highlights the camaraderie among soldiers fighting against all odds. To honor this exceptional man's memory further, Lord Wolsely unveiled memorial windows dedicated to both General Gordon and other officers at Rochester Cathedral—a testament to the enduring impact he had on his comrades and the nation.