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Background imagePlot Collection: Stauffenberg

Stauffenberg
CLAUS SCHENK GRAF VON STAUFFENBERG Lieutenant colonel on the General Staff and central figure among the conspirators of the July Plot

Background imagePlot Collection: Gypsies and their caravans

Gypsies and their caravans Date: 1910s

Background imagePlot Collection: Gunpowder Plot Conspirators

Gunpowder Plot Conspirators
The Gunpowder Plot - The Conspirators, including Guido (Guy) Fawkes and Robert Catesby. Date: 1605

Background imagePlot Collection: Fifth of November

Fifth of November
Please to remember the fifth of November, The Gunpowder treason plot; I see no reason why Gunpowder treason, should ever be forgot. A stick and a stake for Victorias sake!

Background imagePlot Collection: Gunpowder Plot 1605

Gunpowder Plot 1605
The Conspirators

Background imagePlot Collection: Gunpowder Letter Betrays

Gunpowder Letter Betrays
The conspirators and the letter sent to Lord Monteagle which led to their discovery

Background imagePlot Collection: Masses Paul Et Virginie

Masses Paul Et Virginie
PAUL ET VIRGINIE Its surprising that more composers haven t had a go at this idiotic story with its ludicrously dramatic plot and splendidly unhappy ending

Background imagePlot Collection: Declaration of Guy Fawkes

Declaration of Guy Fawkes
Declaration of Guido Fawkes, with signature, 17 November 1605 (3 of 3) Date: 17th November 1605

Background imagePlot Collection: 1605 Conspirators

1605 Conspirators
GUY FAWKES - English gunpowder plotter with fellow conspirators

Background imagePlot Collection: The Gunpowder Plot, Guy Fawkes and conspirators

The Gunpowder Plot, Guy Fawkes and conspirators
Early 19th century impression of the main protagonists in the conspiracy to blow up Parliament in 1605. From left, Tesmond, Garnet, T. Percy, Catesby, I. Wright, Guy Fawkes, I

Background imagePlot Collection: Gunpowder / Conspirators

Gunpowder / Conspirators
The conspirators (Guy Fawkes is number 6)

Background imagePlot Collection: Gunpowder / Discovery

Gunpowder / Discovery
Guy Fawkes is discovered under the House of Lords

Background imagePlot Collection: Caterham Asylum, Surrey

Caterham Asylum, Surrey
Aerial view of the Asylum for Imbeciles opened in 1870 at Caterham in Surrey. The Asylum, with its twin at Leavesden, was established by the Metropolitan Asylums Board to provide care for Londons

Background imagePlot Collection: Fawkes Detected

Fawkes Detected
Guy Fawkes, detected by Suffolk, pretends to be a servant

Background imagePlot Collection: Declaration of Guy Fawkes

Declaration of Guy Fawkes
Declaration of Guido Fawkes, 17 November 1605 (1 of 3) Date: 17th November 1605

Background imagePlot Collection: Guy Fawkes Gunpowder

Guy Fawkes Gunpowder
GUY FAWKES - English conspirator and gunpowder plotter

Background imagePlot Collection: Scene from Shakespeares Cymbeline

Scene from Shakespeares Cymbeline
A scene from shakespeares Cymbeline, in which Imogen, dressed as a boy, has found a hut in the forest and, being hungry, has eaten some food

Background imagePlot Collection: Guy Fawkes, leader of the Gunpowder Plot, caught in

Guy Fawkes, leader of the Gunpowder Plot, caught in the cellar of the Houses of Parliament, 5 November 1604. William Parker, Baron Monteagle, and Theophilus Howard, Earl of Suffolk

Background imagePlot Collection: Sir Walter Raleigh laying his cape over a puddle for

Sir Walter Raleigh laying his cape over a puddle for Queen Elizabeth I at Greenwich. She wears a bonnet, huge lace ruff collar, puff sleeves and hoop dress

Background imagePlot Collection: Riots at Salter Hebble, Halifax

Riots at Salter Hebble, Halifax
Disturbances at Salter Hebble in Halifax, part of the 1842 general strike, also known as the Plug Plot Riots, The riots started among the miners in Staffordshire, England

Background imagePlot Collection: Former Old Lion Inn - the Gunpowder Plot House, Dunchurch

Former Old Lion Inn - the Gunpowder Plot House, Dunchurch
The former Old Lion Inn, also known as the Gunpowder Plot House, Dunchurch, early 1900s. Date: early 1900s

Background imagePlot Collection: Alican Land, The Grizzlers Plot

Alican Land, The Grizzlers Plot
A WW2 children's story book illustration from The Story Of Alican Land, written by Joan Hunt. The image depicts Sidney Squirrel watching a dastardly plan organised by the Grizzlers

Background imagePlot Collection: Red Hall, Bourne, where Gunpowder Plot was hatched

Red Hall, Bourne, where Gunpowder Plot was hatched
Red Hall, Bourne, Lincolnshire, where the Gunpowder Plot was hatched Date: 1905

Background imagePlot Collection: Guy Fawkes's Lantern

Guy Fawkes's Lantern

Background imagePlot Collection: Guy Fawkes Night, Tricentenary, 1905

Guy Fawkes Night, Tricentenary, 1905 Date: 1905

Background imagePlot Collection: Gulf of Guinea. Coffee plantation on the island of Sao Tome

Gulf of Guinea. Coffee plantation on the island of Sao Tome
History of Africa. 19th century. Gulf of Guinea. Coffee plantation on the island of Saint Thome. Alvaro Caminha founded the colony of Sao Tome in 1493. Engraving

Background imagePlot Collection: Members of the Gunpowder Treason plot. Date: 5th November 1605

Members of the Gunpowder Treason plot. Date: 5th November 1605

Background imagePlot Collection: Allotment studies by G. E. Studdy

Allotment studies by G. E. Studdy
No. I. - Back to the land and what it fills like! To tackle food shortages, people were given plots to grow their own vegetables, in this cartoon a man is in agonising back pain

Background imagePlot Collection: The Bank of England, St Pauls Cathedral and

The Bank of England, St Pauls Cathedral and the Blue-Coat School or Christs Hospital. View of the Bank of England 33, the dome of St Pauls Cathedral 34, and the Blue-Coat School for orphans 35

Background imagePlot Collection: Cleveland House by St. James Palace, London

Cleveland House by St. James Palace, London. Built by Barbara Palmer, 1st Duchess of Cleveland, mistress of King Charles II, later owned by the Duke of Bridgwater

Background imagePlot Collection: Queen Elizabeth I detecting the Babington conspiracy

Queen Elizabeth I detecting the Babington conspiracy, with her Secretary, Sir Francis Walsingham, standing at her side. Date: 1586

Background imagePlot Collection: Gunpowder Plot, Guy Fawkes lantern, Oxford University

Gunpowder Plot, Guy Fawkes lantern, Oxford University
An artefact from the Gunpowder Plot, Guy Fawkes lantern, on display at Oxford University. 17th century

Background imagePlot Collection: Various Sinn Feiners arrested over an alleged German plot

Various Sinn Feiners arrested over an alleged German plot, Clockwise from top left: the Countess Markievicz; Mr Darrell Figgis; Joseph McGuiness M.P.; Count Plunkett M.P.; William Cosgrave; Dr

Background imagePlot Collection: Guy Fawkess Day

Guy Fawkess Day
Please remember the fifth of November, Gunpowder treason and plot, I see no reason why gunpowder treason should ever be forgot, with verse. 1867

Background imagePlot Collection: Firemens Farm in the Heart of the City WWII

Firemens Farm in the Heart of the City WWII
In the centre of London near St. Giles Cripplegate, firefighter members of the N.F.S. which station was damaged in the air raids in 1940 attend a large plot, consisting of vegetable

Background imagePlot Collection: James IIs plan to escape England to France is thwarted

James IIs plan to escape England to France is thwarted
James II and VII (1633-1701) - King of England and Ireland as James II and King of Scotland as James VII discovered trying to escape England

Background imagePlot Collection: Titus Oates (1649 - 1705), convicted of fabricated the Popish Plot

Titus Oates (1649 - 1705), convicted of fabricated the Popish Plot, a supposed Catholic conspiracy to kill King Charles II

Background imagePlot Collection: Titus Oates (1649 - 1705), English perjurer, seen here in the pillory

Titus Oates (1649 - 1705), English perjurer, seen here in the pillory, a punishment for fabricating the Popish Plot

Background imagePlot Collection: Guy Fawkes - T-shirt / poster print design

Guy Fawkes - T-shirt / poster print design MR NICE GUY Date: 1605

Background imagePlot Collection: Dr Titus Oates

Dr Titus Oates
(1649-1705). An English priest who fabricated the Popish Plot, a supposed Catholic conspiracy to kill Charles II. Date: 19th century

Background imagePlot Collection: Arrest of Guy Fawkes by Sir Thomas Knyvet

Arrest of Guy Fawkes by Sir Thomas Knyvet
The arrest of Guy Fawkes by Sir Thomas Knyvet and others, following the foiled Gunpowder Plot, 5 November 1605. 1605

Background imagePlot Collection: Stephen Dugdale, Informe

Stephen Dugdale, Informe
STEPHEN DUGDALE - Informer during the Popish Plot, claiming knowledge of a Catholic conspiracy but providing dubious and inconsistent testimony. Date: 1640 - 1683

Background imagePlot Collection: Daily Chronicle, Archduke Franz Ferdinand and his wife

Daily Chronicle, Archduke Franz Ferdinand and his wife
Part of the front page of the Daily Chronicle newspaper, reporting the assassination of Archduke Franz Ferdinand and his wife in Sarajevo the day before. Date: 29 June 1914

Background imagePlot Collection: Fawkes / Monteagle Letter

Fawkes / Monteagle Letter
Anonymous letter sent to Lord Monteagle warning him not to attend parliament (this alerted the government to the plot)

Background imagePlot Collection: Victorian scrap - Guy Fawkes

Victorian scrap - Guy Fawkes and two of his co-conspirators in the Gunpowder Plot, 1605. late 19th century

Background imagePlot Collection: Arrest of Guy Fawkes, Gunpowder Plot

Arrest of Guy Fawkes, Gunpowder Plot
Arrest of Guy Fawkes in connection with the Gunpowder Plot, 5 November 1605. 1605

Background imagePlot Collection: 16th century codes - the Babington cipher

16th century codes - the Babington cipher
The forged postscript to the letter of Mary Queen of Scots to Anthony Babington. Thomas Phelippes added the postscript, which was to incriminate Mary Queen of Scots

Background imagePlot Collection: Guy Fawkes - Conspirator of the Gunpowder Plot

Guy Fawkes - Conspirator of the Gunpowder Plot
Guy Fawkes (1570-1606) - member of a group of provincial English Catholics who planned the failed Gunpowder Plot of 1605. Date: circa 1606



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