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Invading Gallery

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

Choose from 92 pictures in our Invading 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.

D-Day - Landing in France - Omaha Beach Featured Print

D-Day - Landing in France - Omaha Beach

American assault troops prepare to disembark their landing craft as it approaches the beach head, Omaha Beach. The smoke visible in the background attests to the massive naval artillery assault, supporting the landing. Snakes of troops wind their way up the beach. D-Day began on June 6th, 1944 at 6:30am and was conducted in two assault phases - the air assault landing of allied troops followed by an amphibious assault by infantry. The Normandy landings were the largest single-day amphibious actions ever undertaken, involving close to 400, 000 military and naval personnel"

© Robert Hunt Library/Mary Evans

Warfare in the future - as predicted in 1932 Featured Print

Warfare in the future - as predicted in 1932

An impression of what warfare might look like in 2032, as predicted by The Modern Boy magazine in 1932. It suggests that invading troops might attack via a shell, with bumpers to save the shock of landing. The accompanying caption also advises, The men will have to be strapped up in special spherical tanks inside the shells so that they will remain upright however much the shell twists about during its journey through the atmosphere. As shells usually become red-hot owing to the speed they travel, the fellows inside will also need a bit of ice-cream with em to prevent them from frizzling like bacon in a pan! It concludes by saying, We certainly all ought to be glad this is only a forecast - at present. Date: 1932

© Mary Evans Picture Library

Suffragette Proof Racecourse Featured Print

Suffragette Proof Racecourse

Following the action of Emily Wilding Davison at the 1913 Epsom Derby, the racecourse authorities were keen to avoid any repetition. This cartoon envisages the Race Course of the Near Future, suff. proof'. Three lines of steel rails forming a tunnel prevent anyone from invading the course, and the fencing is Guaranteed Suffragette proof Date: 1914

© The March of the Women Collection / Mary Evans Picture Library