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Neville Gallery

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

Choose from 56 pictures in our Neville 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.

The home of snooker - The Ottacamund Club, Southern India Featured Print

The home of snooker - The Ottacamund Club, Southern India

Playing snooker at the Ootacamund Club, Ootacamund (known as Snooty Ooty) in the Nilgiri Hills, Tamil Nadu, Southern India, where snooker originated on the billiard tables during the Raj. Snooker was invented in 1875 by army officer Neville Francis Fitzgerald Chamberlain. Date: 1992

© Philip Dunn / Mary Evans Picture Library

Billiards, Chamberlain, Club, Cue, Cues, District, Dunn, Fitzgerald, Francis, Game, Games, Hills, India, Nadu, Neville, Nilgiri, Nilgiris, Ootacamund, Ooty, Ootycamund, Philip, Snooker, Snooty, Table, Tamil

Lieutenant Colonel Marshall V.C., M.C Featured Print

Lieutenant Colonel Marshall V.C., M.C

Lieutenant Colonel John Neville Marshall, V.C, M.C.. Served in the Irish Guards, the 2nd Manchesters and commanded the 16th Lancashire Fusiliers. He earned his Victoria Cross in the following way: For most conspicuous bravery, determination and leadership in the attack on the Sambre-Oise canal, near Catillon on the 4th November 1918, when a partly constructed bridge came under concentrated fire and was broken before the advanced troops of his Battalion could cross. Lt-Col Marshall at once went forward and organised parties to repair the bridge. The first party was soon killed or wounded, but by personal example he inspired and volunteers were instantly forthcoming. Under intense fire and with complete disregard of his own safety, he stood on the bank encouraging his men and assisting in the work, and when the bridge was repaired, attempted to rush across at the head of his Battalion and was killed doing so. The passage of the canal was of vital importance, and the gallantry displayed by all ranks was largely due to the inspiring example set by Lt-Col Marshall MC

© H L Oakley / Mary Evans

Chamberlain departs for talks with Hitler Featured Print

Chamberlain departs for talks with Hitler

Prime Minister Neville Chamberlain salutes the crowd as he (and cabinet colleagues) depart for Munich, Germany from the Heston Aerodrome for talks with German Chancellor Adolf Hitler, Italian leader Benito Mussolini and the French Premier Daladier regarding the increasing tensions in Central Europe - September 29th, 1938. The talks would lead to the signing of the Munich Agreement, conceding the Sudetenland region of Czechoslovakia to Germany. Date: 1938

© Mary Evans / Grenville Collins Postcard Collection