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Freedom Gallery

Available as Framed Prints, Photos, Wall Art and Gift Items

Choose from 281 pictures in our Freedom 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.


Spanish Civil War. Front Popular!: Front de Featured Print

Spanish Civil War. Front Popular!: Front de

"Spanish Civil War. "Front Popular!: Front de vict򲩡 i de llibertat!" (Popular Front!: Front of victory and freedom!"). Propaganda poster from the Republican side. UGT (Spanish General Union of Workers). Author: Mart�as. 1936. SPAIN. Salamanca. Archivo Hist󲩣o Nacional."

© Mary Evans/P. Rotger/Iberfoto

The Banner Cross Murder Featured Print

The Banner Cross Murder

View near Darnall, the scene of the escape and recapture of the prisoner, Charles Peace. Charles Peace was an infamous cat burglar and murderer who managed to evade arrest for an astonishing twenty years. Over this period, Peace killed two policemen and the husband of a Mrs Dyson, with whom he had once had an affair. He was arrested for the attempted murder of a policeman, for which he gave a false name, but was recognised charged for all his crimes. With a last bid for freedom, Peace tried to escape by jumping from a train, but he was caught and sentenced to death

© Illustrated London News Ltd/Mary Evans

Chechen Resitance fighter Abrek Zelimkhan killed Featured Print

Chechen Resitance fighter Abrek Zelimkhan killed

On 10th October 1905 Russian police shot into a crowd during a strike at an industrial plant in Grozny, Chechnya, killing 17 people. A week later Abrek Zelimkhan Gushmazukayev (1872-1913) held up a passenger train near Kadi-Yurt Station and had the same number of men shot. He continued his resistance fighter activities, becoming a Robin Hood figure amongst the Chechen people. Zelimkhan and his Ingush comrade-in-arms Sulom-Beck Sagopshinski, raided the Cossacks, Russian banks, Vladikavkaz mint, Czar's post which was transported on the Georgian military highway, in order to restore justice and help the poor. Eventually surrounded on 27th September 1913 in Shali by a Dagestan Cavalry Regiment under the command of Lieutenant Kibirov, Zelimkhan was killed after a long struggle. His capturers proudly had their photograph taken with him as shown on this postcard. The inhabitants of Grozny and Vedeno were forced to pay 100, 000 roubles in reparation for the damage caused by Zelimkhan and his companions. Date: 1913

© Mary Evans / Grenville Collins Postcard Collection