MacGregor-Hastie, R. Never to be taken alive, 1986 CIP t.p. (General Gordon) pub. info. (Charles George Gordon, gov. of the Sudan; d. 1885)
Service in commemoration of General Gordon and of the officers and men who have fallen in the Soudan, 1885.
Uomini d'Africa, 1935 t.p. (Gordon Pascià)
Britannica academic edition (online), viewed Sep. 4, 2014 (Charles George Gordon, byname Chinese Gordon; b. Jan. 28, 1833, Woolwich, near London, Eng.; d. Jan. 26, 1885, Khartoum, Sudan; British general who became a national hero for his exploits in China and his ill-fated defense of Khartoum against the Mahdists; as governor of the province of Equatoria, Sudan, 1874-1876, he mapped the upper Nile River and established a line of stations along the river as far south as present-day Uganda)