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Crimes Gallery

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Choose from 100 pictures in our Crimes 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.


Exposition du 1er au 30 octobre 1917... organisee par l Featured Print

Exposition du 1er au 30 octobre 1917... organisee par l

Exposition du 1er au 30 octobre 1917... organisee par la Ligue Souvenez-Vous... documents, photographies, affiches, ... aux crimes allemands. A German soldier escorting an unhappy group of people through the streets. The Germans deported more than 120, 000 Belgians back to Germany, and relocated about 20, 000 French within the invaded French territories. Date 1917. Exposition du 1er au 30 octobre 1917... organisee par la Ligue Souvenez-Vous... documents, photographies, affiches, ... aux crimes allemands. A German soldier escorting an unhappy group of people through the streets. The Germans deported more than 120, 000 Belgians back to Germany, and relocated about 20, 000 French within the invaded French territories. Date 1917

© Mary Evans / Library of Congress

Buck Balfour Featured Print

Buck Balfour

Buck Balfour. Cartoon of Arthur Balfour (later British Prime Minister) when he was Chief Secretary for Ireland on the cover of Funny Folks. He was the author of the Perpetual Crimes Act, or Coercion Act (1887) aimed at preventing intimidation and unlawful assembly in Ireland during the Irish Land War. In this caricature his spurs of coercion and truncheon of brute force do little to tame old Ireland's hog. Date: 1887

© Mary Evans Picture Library

Ned Kelly kills Police Officer Lonigan Featured Print

Ned Kelly kills Police Officer Lonigan

While the Kelly gang were in hiding, the police launched a mission to find them, setting up camp at Stringbark, near where they suspected the gang were staying. While a group of police officers were away searching for the gang, Lonigan and his colleague, McIntyre, remained at the camp where they were discovered by the Kelly gang and Lonigan was killed.
1878

© Mary Evans Picture Library