USS Monitor and CSS Virginia ironclad naval battle
Terrific Engagement Between the USS Monitor with 2 Guns, and the CSS Virginia (aka Merrimac) with 10 Guns, in Hampton Roads, March 9th 1862. The First Fight between Ironclad ships of War. In which the Virginia was crippled, and the whole Rebel Fleet driven back to Norfolk.
March 9th 1862
© Museum of the City of New York
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Empire flying boat jigsaw
A jigsaw advertising the most luxurious flying boat in the world, the Empire flying boat. This particular model is the G-ADHL of Imperial Airways. The side is cut away so that the interior features can be seen
© Mary Evans Picture Library/Onslow Auctions Limited
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Detachment of The Black Watch in Dundee, Scotland
Threatening encounters between rioters and the police in Dundee, Scotland, brought a large detachment of The Black Watch to the city. This group photo shows them held at the Drill Shed in readiness for any trouble.
© Mary Evans Picture Library/The Pete Frost Collection
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