1. Imperial Federation Map of the World, The Graphic (1886).
  2. Queen Victoria and her servant Abdul Karim, 1893.
  3. John Tenniel, "New crowns for old ones! - Aladdin adapted." Disraeli presents Queen Victoria with the crown of Empress of India, Punch (1876).
  4. Comparative views of Hellenic, African, and chimpanzee skulls. Illustration from J. C. Nott and G. R. Gliddon, Indigenous Races of the Earth (United States, 1868).
  5. Cecil Rhodes as "The Rhodes Colossus, Striding from Cape Town to Cairo," Punch (1892).
  6. John Frederick Lewis, "The Hhareem" (ca. 1850).
  7. Thomas Jones Barker, "The Secret of England's Greatness" (Queen Victoria presenting a Bible in the Audience Chamber at Windsor), c. 1863.
  8. Felice Beato, "British India, 1857." The Secundra Bagh palace courtyard, Lucknow, after the Indian Mutiny.
  9. Pears' Soap advertisement, "The White Man's Burden" (1899). First appeared in McClure's Magazine (October 1899).

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