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Choose from 169 pictures in our Outbreak 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.

Daily Mail War Map, WW1 Featured Print

Daily Mail War Map, WW1

A fold out war map issued by the Daily Mail in the early weeks of the First World War. The map offers statistics regarding the manpower strength of each of the warring nations, as well as the number of battleships and food stores each had. While the Triple Entente of Britain, France and Russia could boast 9, 380, 000 men (of which Britain comprised just 380, 000), the Triple Alliance numbered 9, 500, 000. The map was intended to be marked with Philips flag pins in ten different colours so that civilians could chart the progress of the campaign. Date: 1914

© Mary Evans Picture Library

Volunteers undergoing physical checks, 1943 Featured Print

Volunteers undergoing physical checks, 1943

Photograph of volunteers undergoing physical checks, 1943 (c).Potential recruits to the 5th Mahratta Light Infantry undergo weight tests at the regimental depot at Belgaum. At the outbreak of World War Two, the Indian Army numbered around 200, 000 men. As the war progressed the Army would expand to become the largest all-volunteer force in history, rising to over 2.5 million men in size. The 5th Mahratta Light Infantry was one of the many Indian regiments that grew enormously, from five regular battalions to over 20 wartime battalions.From album of 37 photographs associated with 5th Mahratta Light Infantry, compiled by Maj C W Boultwood, 1943 (c).Associated with World War Two (1939-1945). Date: circa 1943

© The National Army Museum / Mary Evans Picture Library

Tatler cover - 5 August 1914 - Princess Mary Featured Print

Tatler cover - 5 August 1914 - Princess Mary

Front cover of The Tatler magazine from 5 August 1914, a day after the outbreak of war. As the magazine had already gone to press before this news, their cover photograph for that week was of seventeen-year-old Princess Mary, later Countess of Harewood, only daughter of King George V and Queen Mary, pictured wearing her hair up for the first time in an official photograph. Date: 1914

© Illustrated London News Ltd/Mary Evans