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روایت تاریخی شهر بیجار


Women sifting wheat in the courtyard at the Imperial Forces Headquarters in Bijar.
Three Hamadam Police stand to attention at Bijar. They had come to Bijar on escort with a convoy.
The daily sheep kill at Bijar. A small party of starving men and women fighting for the entrails.
The daily sheep kill at Bijar. A small party of starving men and women fighting for the entrails.
Some of the 80,000 refugees from Uriah trekking through Bijar with their possessions, some of which were packed on.
Some of the 80,000 refugees from Uriah trekking through Bijar with their possessions on laden bullocks.
Some of the 80,000 refugees from Uriah trekking through Bijar with their possessions and their goats.
Some of the 80,000 refugees from Uriah trekking through Bijar with their possessions and riding horses.
Some of the 80,000 refugees from Uriah trekking through Bijar with their possessions and riding horses.
Portrait of six officers at the headquarters of Starne's Detachment (part of the Dunsterforce) at Bijar.
Portrait of Nabi Khan and two others. Nabi Khan was the leader of a band of outlaws who terrorised the neighbourhood east of Bijar.
Portrait of Kafi-us-Sultaneh, the Deputy Governor of Bijar a very courteous urbane little man who was in deadly fear.
Portrait of Haji Mchomat, the mule owner and contractor of Ispahan, standing in the courtyard at the Imperial Forces.
Men, women and children setting up camp in the refugee's camp in the gardens in Bijar.
Men, women and children setting up camp in the refugee's camp in the gardens in Bijar.
Informal portrait of the servants in the courtyard of the Imperial Forces Headquarters in Bijar.
Group portrait of some of the male refugees from Urmiah, in the refugee camp in the gardens at Bijar.
Group portrait of officers and staff at Colonel Bridge's column headquarters at Bijar.
Fully laden camel from Starne's Detachment. These cold country camel transport proved the most successful.
First recruits for the 'Garus Police'. They were recruited at Bijar and subsequently numbered about 100.
Famine relief at Bijar. Several hundred locals were rationed daily with soup or stew.
Dunsterforce semi-trained irregulars belonging to Captain William Arthur Fraser's Company.
Carpenters at work in the courtyard at headquarters at Bijar.
Captain William Arthur Fraser showing portion of the Dunsterforce 3rd Battalion of Armenian irregulars.
Bijar seen from a nearby hill. Starne's Detachment of Imperial Forces was stationed here.
A team of oxen treading out the corn at Bijar.
A string of fully laden camels of the Starne's Detachment.
A semi ruinous arch known as the Tak-I-Girra.
A semi ruinous arch known as the Tak-I-Girra.