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Marches Collection

Background imageMarches Collection: England / Ludlow 1950S

England / Ludlow 1950S
Broad Gate, Ludlow, Shropshire, the last of seven gates in the old city walls. The town is on the Welsh borders and played a great part in the Marches history

Background imageMarches Collection: Ludlow Castle

Ludlow Castle
The ruins of Ludlow Castle, Shropshire, England, first referred to by chroniclers in 1138, but parts of the gatehouse keep appear to be late 11th century

Background imageMarches Collection: Sir Edward Elgar

Sir Edward Elgar
Sir Edward William Elgar, 1st Baronet, OM, GCVO (1857-1934), English composer. He composed oratorios, chamber music, symphonies, instrumental concertos, and songs

Background imageMarches Collection: England / Ludlow 1930S

England / Ludlow 1930S
The ancient Shropshire town of Ludlow. Broad Gate, situated on one of its steepest streets, is the last of the seven gates of the old city walls

Background imageMarches Collection: Scottish troops take part in Victory parade in Paris - WWI

Scottish troops take part in Victory parade in Paris - WWI
Scottish regiments taking part in the Victory parade in Paris following the end of World War One - 14th July 1919. The soldiers march below the Arc de Triomphe. Date: 1919

Background imageMarches Collection: The Welsh Guards leaving Buckingham Palace, London

The Welsh Guards leaving Buckingham Palace, London
circa 1910s

Background imageMarches Collection: British occupation of Istanbul, Turkey

British occupation of Istanbul, Turkey
circa 1919

Background imageMarches Collection: WW2 - Mumfie Marches On, The Windmill

WW2 - Mumfie Marches On, The Windmill
An illustration for a WW2 children's story book, Mumfie Marches On, written and illustrated by Katharine Tozer. The image shows a military man with his naval toy friend climbing towards a

Background imageMarches Collection: WW2 - Mumfie Marches On

WW2 - Mumfie Marches On
An illustration for a WW2 children's story book, Mumfie Marches On, written and illustrated by Katharine Tozer. The image portrays the title character, Mumfie the elephant, walking beside a man

Background imageMarches Collection: Music cover, Royal Palace Band Marches

Music cover, Royal Palace Band Marches, composed by Stephen Glover, with a view of Buckingham Palace, London Date: circa 1850

Background imageMarches Collection: Robert Falcon Scott, Terra Nova Expedition, Antarctic

Robert Falcon Scott, Terra Nova Expedition, Antarctic
Robert Falcon Scott Terra Nova Expedition - important archive of 52 negatives taken by Lt. Henry Birdie Bowers during the ill-fated Terra Nova Expedition that claimed the lives of Scott

Background imageMarches Collection: Socialist Meeting, East End, London

Socialist Meeting, East End, London
The Socialist Sunday Meetings in the East End, London. We see a comparative view of Dod Street on a normal Sunday, compared with the same street during the socialist demonstration of Sunday

Background imageMarches Collection: Music cover, Martial Moments, March Medley

Music cover, Martial Moments, March Medley, selected and arranged by Aubrey Winter, illustration by John Hassall Date: 1925

Background imageMarches Collection: Map - South Wales: The Marches & The Wye Valley

Map - South Wales: The Marches & The Wye Valley
Map by M. F. Peck - South Wales: The Marches & The Wye Valley

Background imageMarches Collection: USS Illinois March

USS Illinois March - respectfully dedicated to the U.S.S. Illinois and to the good people of that state. Note the new " cage" masts 1915

Background imageMarches Collection: The changing of the Guard at Buckingham Palace, London

The changing of the Guard at Buckingham Palace, London circa 1990s

Background imageMarches Collection: America - Rebel Crowd at Springfield with the black flag

America - Rebel Crowd at Springfield with the black flag
Rebel Crowd at Springfield with the black flag. Date: 1774

Background imageMarches Collection: Brazilian expedition in the Forests of Goias

Brazilian expedition in the Forests of Goias
A Brazilian expedition encampment in the forests of Goias, at Rio Verde. An army camp is set up in the distance as a column of soldiers marches into it. Date: 1866

Background imageMarches Collection: Jean Philip Sousa

Jean Philip Sousa. 1854-1932. American composer and conductor, especially military and patriotic marches. Illustration from Womans Home Companion August 1923. Artist anon. Date: 1923

Background imageMarches Collection: Victims of communal rioting during the Partition of India

Victims of communal rioting during the Partition of India
Two victims of communal rioting during the period of the partition of India. Here, a bandaged member of a caravan of sikh refugees rests by the roadside during a halt from the often lengthy

Background imageMarches Collection: Guards march through the City of London - Mansion House

Guards march through the City of London - Mansion House circa 1910s

Background imageMarches Collection: POLITICAL DEMO H. PARK

POLITICAL DEMO H. PARK
A large crowd marches on the way to Hyde Park, as part of a political demonstration. Date: 1905

Background imageMarches Collection: Irish Guards Band

Irish Guards Band
The band of the IRISH GUARDS, with their mascot Brian Boru, marches through Hyde Park, London Date: circa 1914

Background imageMarches Collection: March of the archers

March of the archers
Great marches of archers took place as thousands went out into the fields of Finsbury, Moorfields, Spitalfields and Bethnal Green

Background imageMarches Collection: Red Riding Hood, pantomime

Red Riding Hood, pantomime, with Decima Brooke, Maisie Jerrard, Will Lytton and Howard Ward, with ballets and marches arranged by John Tiller. circa 1907

Background imageMarches Collection: WW1 - British troops crossing Westminster Bridge, London

WW1 - British troops crossing Westminster Bridge, London to entrain for active service. Date: 1917

Background imageMarches Collection: Morlaix, Finistere, Brittany, France - Les Cent Marches

Morlaix, Finistere, Brittany, France - Les Cent Marches (The Hundred Steps). Date: circa 1907

Background imageMarches Collection: Delhi Durbar - Camel Corps Marching Past Emperor George V

Delhi Durbar - Camel Corps Marching Past Emperor George V
Delhi Durbar - Camel Corps Marching Past the King Emperor George V. Date: 1911

Background imageMarches Collection: WW2 - Liberation of Paris. Victorious American soldiers

WW2 - Liberation of Paris. Victorious American soldiers
World War II. The liberation of Paris. Victorious American soldiers marching down the Champs Elysees with the Arc de Triomphe behind them on August 26, 1944

Background imageMarches Collection: WW1 - French zouaves of the Armee d Afrique

WW1 - French zouaves of the Armee d Afrique
WW1 - French Zouaves of the Armee d Afrique in their distinctive uniform. Date: circa 1910s

Background imageMarches Collection: Male and female police officers in Nijmegen March, Holland

Male and female police officers in Nijmegen March, Holland
Male and female police officers of the Met Police taking part in a Nijmegen March in Holland. Date: 1950s

Background imageMarches Collection: Group photo, women police officers outside KLM offices

Group photo, women police officers outside KLM offices
Group photo, ten women police officers of the Met Police, outside the KLM (Dutch airline) offices. They were on their way to Nijmegen, to take part in the Marches

Background imageMarches Collection: Old Saws and New Meanings, by Bairnsfather

Old Saws and New Meanings, by Bairnsfather
Old Saws and New Meanings There is certainly a lot of truth in that Napoleonic maxim, " An army moves on its stomach" A cartoon by Captain Bruce Bairnsfather, in The Bystander 1916

Background imageMarches Collection: A suffragette advertising a votes for women march

A suffragette advertising a votes for women march from Victoria Embankment. Date: 1910s

Background imageMarches Collection: Protest placard printed with ?Afghanistan time to go?

Protest placard printed with ?Afghanistan time to go?, 2006-2011. Example of placards held by protesters on marches against the ?wars on terror

Background imageMarches Collection: O Lord O Lord! I can not - I never shall remember?

O Lord O Lord! I can not - I never shall remember?
O Lord O Lord! I can not - I never shall remember all these cursed conversions, filings, marches, counter marches and wheelings

Background imageMarches Collection: Music cover, Ivys Album of Sousas Marches

Music cover, Ivys Album of Sousas Marches, arranged by Fabian Scott. 1903

Background imageMarches Collection: Women police officers in Nijmegen March, Holland

Women police officers in Nijmegen March, Holland
Women police officers of the Met Police, together with a small boy in police uniform and helmet, taking part in a Nijmegen March in Holland. Date: circa 1950s

Background imageMarches Collection: Bridging a Mine Crater

Bridging a Mine Crater
German engineers bridging over a mine crater at St. Quentin and Ham, France. A German medical company marches past in the background. Date: 1918

Background imageMarches Collection: JP Sousa - Tat; er 1903

JP Sousa - Tat; er 1903
John Philip Sousa (1854 - 1932) nicknamed The March King American bandmaster and composer of about 140 military marches, including Stars and Stripes Forever (1897) Date: 1903

Background imageMarches Collection: Napoleon Lands Antibes

Napoleon Lands Antibes
DAY ONE Napoleon lands at Antibes, from Elba, rallies his men and marches north Date: 2 March 1815

Background imageMarches Collection: Kolkata - The Esplanade

Kolkata - The Esplanade Date: circa 1840

Background imageMarches Collection: WW1 - A German Holiday

WW1 - A German Holiday
WW1 - An illustration depicting a German Holiday celebrating German zeppelins conquering England. Paul von Hindenburg (1847 - 1934) is seen here marching through a town in Germany

Background imageMarches Collection: German Officer in Liege, Belgium - 1915

German Officer in Liege, Belgium - 1915
German illustration from a Berlin paper depicting the confident swagger of a German Officer in Liege, Belgium - 1915. Date: 1915

Background imageMarches Collection: The new army at drill in Hyde Park at the start of WWI

The new army at drill in Hyde Park at the start of WWI
In the six weeks between 4th August and 15th September 1914, over 501, 000 recruits were enlisted into the British Army. The training was essentially practical

Background imageMarches Collection: Mouth organs for British troops, 1915

Mouth organs for British troops, 1915
The British Army on the march with the help of mouth organs, donating in their thousands after an appeal, providing much needed entertainment

Background imageMarches Collection: The Long March

The Long March
A scene from the Long March, one of a series of marches as Chinese Communist armies escaped from the south of the country to the north and west

Background imageMarches Collection: WW2 - Free French Navy Sailors on a march

WW2 - Free French Navy Sailors on a march Date: circa 1943



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