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Mess Gallery

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

Choose from 301 pictures in our Mess 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.

WW2 - American Red Cross Clubmobile - UK Featured Print

WW2 - American Red Cross Clubmobile - UK

'Sighted Sinkers - Sank Same!' WW2 - American Red Cross Clubmobile (USAF) - 'Somewhere in Great Britain'. American airforce personnel relaxing with coffee and doughnuts. In the rear one can see the nose of the Boeing B17E 41-9020 Flying Fortress Bomber of the US Airforce 'Phyllis', initially stationed at RAF Polebrook before joining the 92nd Brigade at Bovingdon (as pictured here?) in 1942. (see: 10726079, 10993898, 11677458, 11679833 and 10726078 for another four cards from this series) Date: 1942

Japanese Mother sleeps as baby causes havoc Featured Print

Japanese Mother sleeps as baby causes havoc

A Japanese Mother sleeps as her baby causes havoc, by knocking a flowerpot filled with water all over the floor - print by Utamaro Kitagawa (1753-1805). Date: circa 1790s

© Mary Evans / Grenville Collins Postcard Collection

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Court-Martial of Lt. Perry of H. Majesty?s 46th Regiment Featured Print

Court-Martial of Lt. Perry of H. Majesty?s 46th Regiment

The Court-Martial of Lieut. Perry of H. Majesty?s 46th Regiment, in the Mess Room at Windsor Barracks, August 1854.Coloured lithograph after artist unknown, published by Read and Co, London, 9 Sep 1854.The hierarchical and socially exclusive nature of the early Victorian officer corps was thrown into sharp relief by the court martial of Lieutenant James Edward Perry of the 46th (The South Devonshire) Regiment. The son of a tradesman, Perry had been subject to severe bullying until, losing all restraint, he attacked Lieutenant Thomas Greer with a silver candlestick. Both officers were eventually required to sell their commissions and leave the Army but the proceedings of the court martial exposed the unsavoury atmosphere in at least one officers? mess and generated much adverse publicity. Date: 1854

© The National Army Museum / Mary Evans Picture Library