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Collection: riftvalleyinstitute.southsudannationalarchivescollection
Description: Magaya with the president of South Sudan.
Collection: rashidphotostudio.rashidphotostudio
Description: Al-Bahari, the Minister of Transportation, in the honorary queue of the artillery forces in the city of Atbara
Collection: rashidphotostudio.rashidphotostudio
Description: The Prime Minister of the Republic of Sudan Abdullah Khalil in the Artillery Corps. Photograph from Rashid Mahdi's Studio in Atbara in 1958.
Collection: rashidphotostudio.rashidphotostudio
Description: President Azhari saluting the policemen of the northern directorate with the governor Abd-Alrahman Mahjoub
Collection: rashidphotostudio.rashidphotostudio
Description: The Administrative Secretary shaking hands with the police officers
Collection: riftvalleyinstitute.southsudannationalarchivescollection
Description: Magaya giving a speech at the opening of the police workshop.
Collection: rashidphotostudio.rashidphotostudio
Description: Mr. Mohamed Al-Fadl - who came to the office after Mr. Farkason and the first Sudanese to fill that position - receiving a greeting from Mr. Hussein Hammou Hekmatdar, the railway police officer in the city of Atbara in 1954.
Collection: riftvalleyinstitute.southsudannationalarchivescollection
Description: Magaya greets a parade of Police Officers.
Collection: rashidphotostudio.rashidphotostudio
Description: The Administrative secretary shaking hands with the police officers in the city of Al-Damr
Collection: rashidphotostudio.rashidphotostudio
Description: President Isamel Alazhari being saluted by the police officers of the artillery forces in the city of Atbara during the independency
Collection: riftvalleyinstitute.southsudannationalarchivescollection
Description: Major General Magaya congratulating the police officers on their promotions.
Collection: rashidphotostudio.rashidphotostudio
Description: Mr. Abd Al-Aziz Omar Al-Amin, the director of the northern directorate, Mr. Mickey, the Ghamandan of the police department, Eng. Zakie Naseem and the Sheikh Al-Rayeh Al-Fakki. Ghamandan is of Indian origin, meaning "officer or police".
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