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Adjutant Gallery

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Choose from 29 pictures in our Adjutant collection for your Wall Art or Photo Gift. All professionally made for Quick Shipping.


Messerschmitt Bf109E-4 of German Ace Franz von Werra
Messerschmitt Bf109E-4 of German Ace Franz von Werra
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Royal Huntsmen, Yeoman, Prickers and Foresters in
Royal Huntsmen, Yeoman, Prickers and Foresters in
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Plaque to Captain J J Crowe VC, Nieuwkerke Hospice
Plaque to Captain J J Crowe VC, Nieuwkerke Hospice
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Lesser adjutant, Leptoptilos javanicus. Vulnerable
Lesser adjutant, Leptoptilos javanicus. Vulnerable
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Greater adjutant, Leptoptilos dubious. Endangered
Greater adjutant, Leptoptilos dubious. Endangered
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Coconut palm tree, jackal, snakes and birds of India
Coconut palm tree, jackal, snakes and birds of India
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Lord Carnarvon, 1940
Lord Carnarvon, 1940
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Kyosti Kallio
Kyosti Kallio
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Hindenburg/Young/Photo
Hindenburg/Young/Photo
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Illustration by Cecil Aldin, The Adjutant Bird
Illustration by Cecil Aldin, The Adjutant Bird
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At work in the English Army Remount Camp Depot, WW1
At work in the English Army Remount Camp Depot, WW1
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The Gentle Adjutant by H. M. Bateman, WW1 cartoon
The Gentle Adjutant by H. M. Bateman, WW1 cartoon
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Plaque to Captain J J Crowe VC, Nieuwkerke Hospice Featured Image

Plaque to Captain J J Crowe VC, Nieuwkerke Hospice

The final German attempt to break through to the Channel ports, known as the Fourth Battle of Ypres, had initial success, and on 13 April 1918 the 2nd Worcesters were pushed back to the small village of Nieuwkerke, where they made a stand in the area of the Mairie. That evening the Germans entered the village and poured machine gun fire onto the defenders. Captain Crowe, the adjutant, realising that their position was becoming untenable, set off with a handful of volunteers to silence the guns. First they crawled and then charged, the fleeing Germans. However, further enemy re-inforcments arrived and, for silencing the guns and for allowing a controlled withdrawal of the Worcesters in later fighting, Captain Crowe was awarded the VC. Date: 2011

© Holts Battlefield Collection / Mary Evans

Lloyd Georges sons as soldiers, WW1
Lloyd Georges sons as soldiers, WW1
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General Sir Wm Robertson
General Sir Wm Robertson
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Brigadier-General J B Wroughton, CMG
Brigadier-General J B Wroughton, CMG
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Senior Ranked British Army personages of WWI
Senior Ranked British Army personages of WWI
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Lieut-General Sir Nevil Macready by Percival Anderson
Lieut-General Sir Nevil Macready by Percival Anderson
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Salvation Army School at Satara, India
Salvation Army School at Satara, India
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E V MENTOR
E V MENTOR
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German prisoners captured at Broodseinde, WW1
German prisoners captured at Broodseinde, WW1
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Adjutant Storks
Adjutant Storks
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Adjutant Stork
Adjutant Stork
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The Corps of Commissioners, London, 1880
The Corps of Commissioners, London, 1880
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Bivouac on Manoeuvres
Bivouac on Manoeuvres
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Lieut-General Sir Nevil Macready by Percival Anderson Featured Image

Lieut-General Sir Nevil Macready by Percival Anderson

General SIR CECIL FREDERICK NEVIL MACREADY (1862 - 1946) British Army officer serving in senior staff appointments in the First World War. Also served for two years as Commissioner of the London Metropolitan Police. Pictured when he was Adjutant-General. Macready was responsible for the establishment of the Registration of War Graves Department which ensured every known grave of every soldier in every theatre of war was registered and photographed. Date: 1917

© Illustrated London News Ltd/Mary Evans

Five presentation vases / cups
Five presentation vases / cups
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Muybridge - Adjutantbird
Muybridge - Adjutantbird
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Bismarck battleship
Bismarck battleship
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German Childrens Theatre Costume
German Childrens Theatre Costume
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Sir Charles Ellice, Vanity Fair, Spy
Sir Charles Ellice, Vanity Fair, Spy
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