- Caption: "A Group of Zakka Khels. These truculent tribesmen were the last section of the Afridis to submit in the Tirah Expedition in 1897-1898. During the Campaign they gave a lot of trouble owing to their guerilla tactics. They proved themselves excellent marksmen, and almost to a man were armed with breech-loaders of modern manufacture. This powerful clan could probably put from four to five thousand fighting men in the field." This image is from the book "India illustrated: being a collection of pictures of the cities of Bombay, Calcutta and Madras, together with a selection of the most interesting buildings and scenes throughout India," published by Bennett, Coleman & Co. Ltd.