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Kidnap Gallery

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Choose from 24 pictures in our Kidnap collection for your Wall Art or Photo Gift. All professionally made for Quick Shipping.


Centaur kidnapping a young woman. Battle of the Lapiths
Centaur kidnapping a young woman. Battle of the Lapiths
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Militiades, Themistocles and Pyrrhus I
Militiades, Themistocles and Pyrrhus I
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Chimpanzee kidnapping an Angolan girl
Chimpanzee kidnapping an Angolan girl
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Plate from Nevers, France
Plate from Nevers, France
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Hylas kidnapped by the Mysian Naiads
Hylas kidnapped by the Mysian Naiads
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Columbus is received by Ferdinand and Isabella
Columbus is received by Ferdinand and Isabella
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Columbus with Ferdinand and Isabella on his return
Columbus with Ferdinand and Isabella on his return
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The Kidnap of American missionary Ellen Maria Stone
The Kidnap of American missionary Ellen Maria Stone
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The Terror by Edgar Wallace
The Terror by Edgar Wallace
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Mid Pleasures and Palaces by C Watson Mill
Mid Pleasures and Palaces by C Watson Mill
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An orang utan (Pongo pygmaeus) kidnapping a young girl
An orang utan (Pongo pygmaeus) kidnapping a young girl
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Hawthorn flower fairy and children, Crataegus laevigata
Hawthorn flower fairy and children, Crataegus laevigata
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The Kidnap of American missionary Ellen Maria Stone Featured Image

The Kidnap of American missionary Ellen Maria Stone

Miss Ellen Maria Stone, a Congregationalist missionary and her pregnant fellow missionary friend Katerina StefanovaTsilka are kidnapped on 3rd September 1901 in the Ottoman Balkans by an Internal Macedonian-Adrianople Revolutionary Organisation detachment led by the voivoda Yane Sandanski and the sub-voivodas Hristo Chernopeev and Krastyo Asenov seeking independence from the Ottoman. The rebels demanded a ransom be paid of $110, 000. In February 1902, the captors, after initially refusing, accept a reduced sum, and the women were released. Widely covered by the media at the time, the event has been often dubbed "America's first modern hostage crisis". Date: 1901

© Mary Evans / Grenville Collins Postcard Collection

Map of Europe of Frederick de Wit (Amsterdam
Map of Europe of Frederick de Wit (Amsterdam
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A charm against Fairies by M. Reed
A charm against Fairies by M. Reed
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Samuel Bland Arnold
Samuel Bland Arnold
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Lewis Thornton Powell aka Lewis Payne
Lewis Thornton Powell aka Lewis Payne
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Abduction of Colonel Synge
Abduction of Colonel Synge
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Battle between police and kidnappers
Battle between police and kidnappers
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John H. Surratt
John H. Surratt
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Poe/Tales/King Pest
Poe/Tales/King Pest
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The Kidnapping of June Robles
The Kidnapping of June Robles
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Lindbergh kidnapping 1932
Lindbergh kidnapping 1932
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Mars, Soldiers Pillage
Mars, Soldiers Pillage
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Crime/Kidnap/Child/1901
Crime/Kidnap/Child/1901
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Battle between police and kidnappers Featured Image

Battle between police and kidnappers

Two foreigners, Jules Paty Louis and Regis Pral were kidnapped in Artizo. The kidnapping of Regis Pral, the son of a very rich industrialist from Valence, created a diplomatic incident between the one-time Prime Minister, Francesco Crispi, and the Sardinian authorities. Crispi ordered that the affair should be resolved; Regis Pral got his freedom without the ransom being paid, thanks to Giovanni Corbeddu Salis, one of the most ruthless bandits in the region.
1894

© Mary Evans Picture Library