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Attacking Gallery

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Choose from 413 pictures in our Attacking collection for your Wall Art or Photo Gift. Popular choices include Framed Prints, Canvas Prints, Posters and Jigsaw Puzzles. All professionally made for quick delivery.


The Salvation Army Riots at Worthing, Sussex Featured Print

The Salvation Army Riots at Worthing, Sussex

These images show the 'Skeleton Army', opponents of the Salvation Army organised by 'those interested in Sunday drinking', rioting against one of the Salvation Army's religious Sunday processions. The members of the Salvation Army escaped into Montague Hall and hid there for the rest of the day. 1. Attack on Mr. G. Head's house and shop. 2. The Townhall 3. The Police Station 4. The mob attacking the Salvation Army Barracks. Date: 1884

© Illustrated London News Ltd/Mary Evans

Blenheims and Messerschmitts by G. H. Davis Featured Print

Blenheims and Messerschmitts by G. H. Davis

The fight between Bristol Blenheims and Messerschmitt 110 destroyer planes over the North Sea during the Second World War. Showing the Messerschmitts wheeling to attack with shell guns, a Blenheim driven out of formation, and a Messerschmitt down in the sea.
10 January 1940

© Illustrated London News Ltd/Mary Evans

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Panjdeh incident - Russian encounter with Afghan forces at Pul-i-Khishty (Brick Bridge) Featured Print

Panjdeh incident - Russian encounter with Afghan forces at Pul-i-Khishty (Brick Bridge)

Panjdeh incident - Russian encounter with Afghan forces at Pul-i-Khishty (Brick Bridge) . The 'incident' of 1885 was a diplomatic crisis between the British Empire and the Russian Empire caused by Russian expansion south-eastwards towards the Emirate of Afghanistan and the British Raj (India). After nearly completing the Russian conquest of Central Asia (Russian Turkestan) Russian forces captured an Afghan border fort. Seeing a threat to India, Britain came close to threatening war but both sides backed down and the matter was settled by diplomacy. The effect was to stop further Russian expansion in Asia, except for the Pamir Mountains and to define the north-western border of Afghanistan. Date: 1885

© Mary Evans Picture Library