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Zazel / Human Cannonball
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Zazel / Human Cannonball
The Battle of the Balloons
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The Battle of the Balloons
Woolwich Barracks C1905
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Woolwich Barracks C1905
Gettysburg / Cassells
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Gettysburg / Cassells
LCC-LFB Cannon Street fire station, City of London Featured Image

LCC-LFB Cannon Street fire station, City of London

Cannon Street fire station was opened in 1906. Seen here are its three appliances on the station forecourt. Fire brigade horses had now been replaced by motorised fire appliances, although the very last horse drawn fire engine, a TL, would not disappear until 1921. This station was demolished when the Dowgate fire station was opened some fifty years later

© London Fire Brigade / Mary Evans Picture Library

Satirical ballooning image
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Satirical ballooning image
The Junkers Ju87G-1
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The Junkers Ju87G-1
Malik-I-Maidan at the Bijapur Fort, Karnataka, India Featured Image

Malik-I-Maidan at the Bijapur Fort, Karnataka, India

The Malik-I-Maidan at the Bijapur Fort, Karnataka, India. The Malik-i-Maidan (Master of the Battlefield), also called Burj-E-Sherz, was erected by Ibrahim Adil Shah II and named after the Battle of Talikota of 1565 in which the Vijayangar empire was routed. It has a large cannon (pictured here), 4.45 metres long and weighing 55 tonnes - considered one of the largest forged medieval guns. The muzzle is shaped in the form of a lion head with carved open jaws as if devouring an elephant (depicted between the jaws). It was cast at Ahmadnagar from bell metal by Muhammad Bin Husain Rumi in 1549. Date: circa 1910s

© Mary Evans / Grenville Collins Postcard Collection

Constantinople Fall - 3
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Constantinople Fall - 3
Bombardment of Kagoshima
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Bombardment of Kagoshima
French Artillery - 9
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French Artillery - 9
French Artillery - 12
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French Artillery - 12
French Artillery - 8
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French Artillery - 8
French Artillery - 5
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French Artillery - 5
French Artillery - 6
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French Artillery - 6
French Artillery - 13
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French Artillery - 13
Bombardment of Kagoshima Featured Image

Bombardment of Kagoshima

Following the breakdown of negotiations to seek recompense for the Namamugi Incident in September 1862, and having been surprised by cannon fire from the shore, ships of the British Royal Navy bombard the Japanese town of Kagoshima. The ships involved were HMS Euryalus; HMS Pearl; HMS Coquette; HMS Argus; HMS Perseus; HMS Racehorse and the gunboat HMS Havoc. The clash resulted in more British than Japanese casualties, the town having been evacuated, and the British stopped short of landing troops. The incident became known as the Anglo-Satsuma War. Date: 15 - 17 August 1863

© Illustrated London News Ltd/Mary Evans

Nelson Blinded at Calvi
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Nelson Blinded at Calvi
Thames at Southwark Br
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Thames at Southwark Br
Paixhans Cannon
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Paixhans Cannon
Cannon / Valletta / Malta
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Cannon / Valletta / Malta
The Xinhai Revolution
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The Xinhai Revolution

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