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Choose from 72 pictures in our Posts 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.


Maginot Line fortifications by G. H. Davis Featured Print

Maginot Line fortifications by G. H. Davis

With Asparagus anti-tank defences: Maginot Line fortifications at the start of the Second World War. A typical frontier work, with galleries within a hillside, leading to pill boxes, and details of machine gun posts and tank traps. Date: 1939

© Illustrated London News Ltd/Mary Evans

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St James Street, London Featured Print

St James Street, London

St James Street, London - Street Crowded with people and vehicles. Decorations on Lamp posts. Part of Box 247 Boswell Collection. St James's Street is the principal street in the district of St James's, central London, England. It runs from Piccadilly downhill to St James's Palace and Pall Mall. The main gatehouse of the palace is at the southern end of the road, and in the 17th century Clarendon House faced down the street across Piccadilly, located where Albemarle Street is now situated. Date: circa 1900

© The Boswell Collection, Bexley Heritage Trust / Mary Evans

The German use of church towers as observation posts in WW1 Featured Print

The German use of church towers as observation posts in WW1

The German use of church towers as observation posts in WW1. This report in the Illustrated War News, dated 1917, claims that the Germans attacked Rheims Cathedral on the premise that it was being used as an observation post. (In fact, it housed wounded German soldiers in the care of the Sisters of Mercy, some of whom were killed in the attack.) Here, the interior of Amy church on the Somme is shown, with scaffolding, platform and ladders to a trap door in the roof, to illustrate the hypocritical use by the Germans themselves of church towers as observation posts.
1917

© Illustrated London News Ltd/Mary Evans