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Annexation Gallery

Available as Prints and Gift Items

Choose from 26 pictures in our Annexation collection for your Wall Art or Photo Gift. All professionally made for Quick Shipping.


Germany and Russia discuss the division of Poland, 1939
Germany and Russia discuss the division of Poland, 1939
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The Italo-Turkish War - Tripoli occupied by Italy
The Italo-Turkish War - Tripoli occupied by Italy
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Avignon, France - Monument commemorating the centennial of the annexation of Avignon
Avignon, France - Monument commemorating the centennial of the annexation of Avignon
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Colonialism - Annexation of Ado by the British
Colonialism - Annexation of Ado by the British
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Italian Unification (1859-1924). Vote for annexation of the
Italian Unification (1859-1924). Vote for annexation of the
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BOSSOLI, Carlo (1815-1884). Italian Unification
BOSSOLI, Carlo (1815-1884). Italian Unification
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Annexation of the Gilbert Islands
Annexation of the Gilbert Islands
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MOURA, Crist󢡬 de (1538-1613). Portuguese politician
MOURA, Crist󢡬 de (1538-1613). Portuguese politician
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Occupying French troops in front of the Bank of Crete
Occupying French troops in front of the Bank of Crete
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Silhouette of a wartime love scene
Silhouette of a wartime love scene
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Summit of the Ballon D'alsace, Vosges, France
Summit of the Ballon D'alsace, Vosges, France
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Palace of Prince George - Chania, Crete
Palace of Prince George - Chania, Crete
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Occupying French troops in front of the Bank of Crete Featured Image

Occupying French troops in front of the Bank of Crete

Crete - Greece - Occupying French troops parade in front of the Bank of Crete. Although much of modern Greece had been independent since the 1820s, Crete remained in Ottoman hands. A Greek force arrived to annex the island in 1897 and the Great Powers acted, occupying the island and dividing it into British, French, Russian and Italian areas of control. In 1898, Turkish troops were ejected and a national government was set up, still nominally under Ottoman suzerainty. Prince George, was made High Commissioner, and a joint Muslim-Christian assembly was part-elected, part-appointed. Date: circa 1899

© Mary Evans / Grenville Collins Postcard Collection

Annexation of Crete by Great Powers
Annexation of Crete by Great Powers
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Pioneer Force in Mashonaland
Pioneer Force in Mashonaland
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English and Scottish Soldiers on Crete
English and Scottish Soldiers on Crete
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Russian and Montenegrin Soldiers in Crete
Russian and Montenegrin Soldiers in Crete
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Italian troops on Crete
Italian troops on Crete
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French Officers on Crete
French Officers on Crete
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French Soldiers on Crete
French Soldiers on Crete
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Italian Infantry on Crete
Italian Infantry on Crete
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Cetewayo/Zulu/Iln 1879
Cetewayo/Zulu/Iln 1879
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France Announces Annex
France Announces Annex
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Naples Annexation - 2
Naples Annexation - 2
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Naples Annexation
Naples Annexation
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English and Scottish Soldiers on Crete Featured Image

English and Scottish Soldiers on Crete

English and Scottish Soldiers (more specifically the Seaforth Highlanders and Highland Light Infantry) on Crete. Although much of modern Greece had been independent since the 1820s, Crete remained in Ottoman hands. A Greek force arrived to annex the island in 1897 and the Great Powers acted, occupying the island and dividing it into British, French, Russian and Italian areas of control. In 1898, Turkish troops were ejected and a national government was set up, still nominally under Ottoman suzerainty. Prince George, was made High Commissioner, and a joint Muslim-Christian assembly was part-elected, part-appointed

© Mary Evans / Grenville Collins Postcard Collection

Dhuleep Singh
Dhuleep Singh
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Nice and Savoie
Nice and Savoie
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