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Choose from 82 pictures in our Passed collection for your Wall Art or Photo Gift. Popular choices include Framed Photos, Canvas Prints, Posters and Jigsaw Puzzles. All professionally made for quick delivery.

Admiral Nelson and Captain Hardy during Trafalgar Featured Print

Admiral Nelson and Captain Hardy during Trafalgar

During the Battle of Trafalgar on 21 October 1805, it was shortly before Nelson was mortally wounded that a shot struck the fore brace bits on the quarter deck and passed between Nelson and Hardy. Both stopped and looked anxiously at each other then Nelson smiled and said, This is too warm work, Hardy, to last long'. This illustration represents the point at which he said those words during the battle

© Illustrated London News Ltd/Mary Evans

WW1 Recruitment Poster -- A Resolution Featured Print

WW1 Recruitment Poster -- A Resolution

Recruitment poster, printed by A Thom and Company, Dublin. A Resolution passed in the Trenches. By an Irish Regiment (2nd Battalion Royal Irish Regiment), after Mass on 1st Sunday in Advent and sent home through their Chaplain (Rev Father Fitzmaurice) That the reputation and fine traditions of this old Regiment, started by Irishmen and now being upheld by Irishmen, should continue to be upheld by Irishmen from the Regiment's recruiting area. [signed] W Dugan, Lieut-Colonel. From every Irish Regiment at the front comes the same appeal. Fill up their ranks fellow Irishmen! These brothers of ours have lifted high the fame of Ireland and the cause of Ireland by their heroism. Do not turn the deaf ear to them. Join them for Ireland's honour and safety and Victory! Date: 1915

© The National Army Museum / Mary Evans Picture Library

Workers Reply to General Sir Douglas Haig, WW1 Featured Print

Workers Reply to General Sir Douglas Haig, WW1

Workers Reply to General Sir Douglas Haig -- the wording of a Resolution passed at the Trade Union Conference at Caxton Hall on 18 July 1916, informing the General that men and women engaged in munitions work during the First World War are willing to postpone their holidays to ensure the continuing supply of ammunition, guns and other war material. It is signed by Arthur Henderson, Chairman (also a Labour politician). Date: July 1916

© Imperial War Museum/Robert Hunt Library/Mary Evans