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Fearful Gallery

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Choose from 44 pictures in our Fearful 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.


WW1 - 96th Batt. Canadian Highlanders - Terrified Germans Featured Print

WW1 - 96th Batt. Canadian Highlanders - Terrified Germans

WW1 - Humorous patriotic postcard in support of the 96th Battalion (Canadian Highlanders), an infantry battalion of the Great War Canadian Expeditionary Force. Here, a fearsome soldier of the 96th Canadian Highlanders stands menacingly over the kneeling miserable and subservient figure of Kaiser Wilhelm II, who is being told "Cheer up Willie - you'll soon be dead"! Authorised in Saskatoon, Saskatchewan on 28th November 1915 and embarking for Britain on 27th September 1916, its personnel on arrival were absorbed by the 92nd Battalion (48th Highlanders), CEF to provide reinforcements for the Canadian Corps in the field. The battalion officially disbanded on 8th October 1916. Date: 1916

© Mary Evans / Grenville Collins Postcard Collection

Discovery of America. Second Voyage of Columbus. Jamaica. 15 Featured Print

Discovery of America. Second Voyage of Columbus. Jamaica. 15

Jamaica. 15th century. Second Voyage of Columbus. Jamaicans refuse to give food to Columbus and he, knowing that there will be a lunar eclipse, tells them that God will deny the light. When the eclipse took place, fearful natives, provide abundant provisions to Columbus. The Truthful History of Conquest of New Spain by Bernal Diaz del Castillo. Engraving, 1807. Colored

© Thaliastock / Mary Evans

The road to Gretna-Green Featured Print

The road to Gretna-Green

A couple look anxiously behind them, fearful that they may be pursued, as they make their way speedily to Gretna Green to be married. After an Act of Parliament was passed in 1753 banning the marriage of those under the age of 21 without parental consent, elopements to Scotland, where this Act did not apply, became extremely popular. Gretna-Green lies just across the England-Scotland border and was therefore a convenient choice for the bride and groom-to-be

© Illustrated London News Ltd/Mary Evans