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Choose from 142 pictures in our Caused collection for your Wall Art or Photo Gift. Popular choices include Framed Photos, Canvas Prints, Posters and Jigsaw Puzzles. All professionally made for quick delivery.


Clement Attlee and General Jose Miaja give the Socialist Sal Featured Print

Clement Attlee and General Jose Miaja give the Socialist Sal

Photograph showing Clement Attlee (left), General Jose Miaja (centre with glasses) and Giner de Los Rios giving the Socialist clenched-fist salute from balcony of a government building in Madrid, 1937. Clement Attlee, then leader of the Labour Party in Great Britain, caused something of a stir by visiting the Republican held parts of Spain in 1937. As the British Conservative government was trying to uphold a non-intervention policy with regard to the Spanish Civil War, the arrival of Attlee in the front-line of the conflict caused a certain amount of argument

© Illustrated London News Ltd/Mary Evans

A family of Iraqi civilians seek the help of a soldier Featured Print

A family of Iraqi civilians seek the help of a soldier

Digital photograph: A family of Iraqi civilians seek the help of a soldier serving with No 2 Company, 1st Battalion The Irish Guards to locate their other child caught up in the panic caused by incoming small arms fire from Iraqi positions in Basra.Photographed by WO2 Giles Penfound, Army Media Operations, outskirts of Basra City, southern Iraq, Operation TELIC, 30 March 2003.From a CD entitled Iraq Conflict. Operation Telic, compiled by WO2 Penfound, for an exhibition at the NAM provisionally entitled Conflict (Project: Operation TELIC).Associated with 1 Company, 1st Battalion, The Irish Guards, Iraq (2003-).The family were part of a column of people fleeing the city of Basra when it and the soldiers of the 1st Battalion No 2 Company, The Irish Guards, manning a checkpoint on the outskirts of Basra, came under small arms fire from two Iraqi positions several hundred meters away. The Irish guards were trying to give as much protection to the local civilians as well as ensuring no Iraqi Military or Militia slipped through the checkpoint disguised as ordinary civilians. After returning small arms fire and bringing in artillery fire on the two positions the soldiers were then in a position to allow free access across the checkpoint. Date: 2003

© The National Army Museum / Mary Evans Picture Library

Synchronised Swimming Wedding causes quite a stir Featured Print

Synchronised Swimming Wedding causes quite a stir

August 1962, Kinson, Bournemouth. The wedding of Eileen Hart, 22 of New Milton and David King of Coombe Gardens, Bournemouth caused quite a stir (and claims of a publicity stunt) in the local press (and rather a lot of tutting it seems) when seven of Hart's teammates from the Bournemouth Aqua Theatre's Big Splash summer show posed for the wedding photographs outside the church in their swimsuits. The General Manager of the Pier Approach Baths apologised to the Vicar of St. Andrew's Church (the Rev. Alfred Loughlin) on behalf of the Baths Committee. The whole incident was closed amicably - "They are just high-spirited girls" was the verdict. Date: 1962

© Mary Evans / Grenville Collins Postcard Collection