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Rebellion Collection

Background imageRebellion Collection: UVF - Ulster Volunteer Force Poster

UVF - Ulster Volunteer Force Poster
Notice posted by the Ulster Volunteer Force intending to quell speculation that its founding was a direct violent challenge to those of differing views within Ulster

Background imageRebellion Collection: Jacobite Victory / 1745

Jacobite Victory / 1745
A Jacobite victory at the Battle of Prestonpans

Background imageRebellion Collection: Easter Rising 1916

Easter Rising 1916
O.P.S soldiers firing from rooftops in Dublin during the Easter rising of 1916

Background imageRebellion Collection: Charles and Flora McDonald

Charles and Flora McDonald
Prince Charles Edward Stuart bids farewell to Flora MacDonald who aided his escape

Background imageRebellion Collection: Overhead view of Dublin during the Easter Rising

Overhead view of Dublin during the Easter Rising
A birds eye view of Dublin looking westward up the River Liffey, showing positions held by the Sinn Feiners during the Easter Rising in April 1916

Background imageRebellion Collection: History of England. Peasants revolt led by Wat Tyler in 138

History of England. Peasants revolt led by Wat Tyler in 1381. Meeting between Wat Tyler and the revolutionary priest John Ball. Detail. Miniature of the 15th century by Froissart

Background imageRebellion Collection: The Easter Rising - Dublin, Ireland

The Easter Rising - Dublin, Ireland
The Easter Rising also known as the Easter (or Irish ) Rebellion and referred to erroneously in some contemporary British reports as the Sinn Fein Rebellion - an armed insurrection staged in Ireland

Background imageRebellion Collection: Boudicca with her two daughters

Boudicca with her two daughters
Boudicca, Queen of the Iceni Tribe, addressing her troops from a small chariot before going into battle against the Romans

Background imageRebellion Collection: Margaret Murray recruiting for the Jacobites, 1745

Margaret Murray recruiting for the Jacobites, 1745
Margaret Fergusson Murray, Jacobite supporter and wife of (later turncoat) John Murray of Broughton, recruits supporters to the cause and distributes white cockades, the symbol of the Jacobite cause

Background imageRebellion Collection: Battle of Culloden

Battle of Culloden
The final charge of the Royal troops, commanded by the duke of Cumberland, leading to total victory over the forces of the Young Pretender

Background imageRebellion Collection: LUDDITES

LUDDITES
THE LUDDITES Jeremiah Brandreth, known as the Nottingham Captain, planning a rebellion, meets followers at the White Horse Inn, Pentrich, Derbyshire

Background imageRebellion Collection: Battle of Culloden

Battle of Culloden
British troops at the Battle of Culloden defeat the Highlanders of the Young Pretender, Charles Stuart

Background imageRebellion Collection: Flora / Charles Escape

Flora / Charles Escape
Flora MacDonald aids the escape of the Young Pretender, Charles Edward Stuart, after the defeat at Culloden. Date: 1746

Background imageRebellion Collection: Ruthuen Barracks

Ruthuen Barracks
The ruins of Ruthuen Barracks, near Kingussie, Inverness- shire, Scotland. Built in 1718 to overawe the Highlanders. Burned down by Highlanders in the Jacobite Rebellion (1746). Date: 18th century

Background imageRebellion Collection: Monmouths Rebellion

Monmouths Rebellion
The Duke of Monmouth captured after the Battle of Sedgemoor

Background imageRebellion Collection: Spartacus and rebellion of Gladiators

Spartacus and rebellion of Gladiators
In 73 B.C Spartacus was sold, into the service of Lentulus Batiates, a man who taught at a ludus for gladiators. Spartacus and two Gallic gladiators led a riot at the school

Background imageRebellion Collection: Attack on the Wexford Rebels, Ireland, 26 May 1798, in response to an uprising at Oulart

Attack on the Wexford Rebels, Ireland, 26 May 1798, in response to an uprising at Oulart Hill led by Father John Murphy (visible on the far right). Date: 1798

Background imageRebellion Collection: The Field of Prestonpans

The Field of Prestonpans. Coloured lithograph by Mouilleron after Sir William Allan, printed by Lemercier, published by E Gambert and Company, 25 Berners Street, London, 1 Sep 1852

Background imageRebellion Collection: Andreas Hofer

Andreas Hofer
ANDREAS HOFER Tyrolese patriot. Led rebellion against the Bavarian government of the Tyrol

Background imageRebellion Collection: Visiting Day at Richmond Barracks, Dublin Uprising, 1916

Visiting Day at Richmond Barracks, Dublin Uprising, 1916
Relatives of prisoners taken during the Irish Rebellion were allowed to visit the barracks three times a week. They are shown here handing through the barbed wire presents they have brought with

Background imageRebellion Collection: Escape from Harbin - July 1900 - Boxer Rebellion

Escape from Harbin - July 1900 - Boxer Rebellion
In 1900, Chinas anti-foreigner Boxer Rebellion broke out and spread to Manchuria. The Russian Military moved in to quell the uprising

Background imageRebellion Collection: The little house at Arrah

The little house at Arrah
The fortified house at Arrah, refuge for a small party of British officers and 50 sikh soldiers during the Indian Rebellion of 1857

Background imageRebellion Collection: Charles at Doune / 1746

Charles at Doune / 1746
At the Castle of Doune, Prince Charles Stuart secures his prisoners after the Battle of Falkirk

Background imageRebellion Collection: Kronstadt Rebellion 1921

Kronstadt Rebellion 1921
Dybenko (on horse back, centre) commander of the troops ending the Kronstadt Rebellion

Background imageRebellion Collection: Culloden Battlefield

Culloden Battlefield
After the battle : Royal soldiers mop up the remnants of the Pretenders forces on Drummossie Moor : the savage reprisals earned Cumberland the sobriquet of Butcher

Background imageRebellion Collection: Events / Culloden / 1746

Events / Culloden / 1746
Charles Edward Stuart in action on the battlefield

Background imageRebellion Collection: BATTLE OF PRESTOPANS

BATTLE OF PRESTOPANS
A plan of the Battle of Prestonpans, part of the Jacobite Rebellion, between 2300 Royal troops under Sir John Cope and a slightly superior force of Jacobites. Date: 21 September 1745

Background imageRebellion Collection: Rebellion in Crete

Rebellion in Crete
The Cretans have another go at getting rid of their Turkish rulers : Turkish forces advance against the insurgents at Fort Paleocastro : this attempt fails like the others

Background imageRebellion Collection: Palestian Rebellion / 1936

Palestian Rebellion / 1936
At Nablus, Palestinians rebel against British mandate

Background imageRebellion Collection: Jack Cades Rebellion

Jack Cades Rebellion
Jack Cade, an Irish-born rebel against Henry VI, declares himself lord of the City of London

Background imageRebellion Collection: Events / Culloden / Iln

Events / Culloden / Iln
A scene from the Battle of Culloden

Background imageRebellion Collection: The Pilgrimage of Grace

The Pilgrimage of Grace (October 1536-October 1537) - a massive protest against Henry VIIIs break with the Roman Catholic Church, the Dissolution of the Monasteries

Background imageRebellion Collection: HMS Encounter, 2nd class protected cruiser, Challenger class

HMS Encounter, 2nd class protected cruiser, Challenger class
Royal Navy - HMS Encounter, a 2nd-class protected cruiser of the Challenger class, operated by the Royal Navy (RN) and Royal Australian Navy (RAN), as HMAS Encounter

Background imageRebellion Collection: Lambert Simnel working in the Royal Kitchens

Lambert Simnel working in the Royal Kitchens
Lambert Simnel (circa 1477circa 1525) - pretender to the throne of England. His claim to be Edward Plantagenet, 17th Earl of Warwick, in 1487 threatened the newly-established reign of King Henry VII

Background imageRebellion Collection: Great Central Railway - Marylebone Station

Great Central Railway - Marylebone Station. The newspaper headlines on the left give a perfect date for this photograph of May 1906 as they detail the British victory in the Bambatha (Bambaata)

Background imageRebellion Collection: Sir David Beatty Admiral of the Fleet early 1900s

Sir David Beatty Admiral of the Fleet early 1900s

Background imageRebellion Collection: Miss Smith, heroine of seige of Legation Quarter, Peking

Miss Smith, heroine of seige of Legation Quarter, Peking
Miss Smith, heroine of the seige of the Legation Quarter, Peking, China

Background imageRebellion Collection: Refugees from the Boxer Uprising, Tianjin, China

Refugees from the Boxer Uprising, Tianjin, China

Background imageRebellion Collection: Refugees from Boxer Uprising, Chefoo, China

Refugees from Boxer Uprising, Chefoo, China

Background imageRebellion Collection: Railway destruction by revolutionaries in China

Railway destruction by revolutionaries in China near Shan-Kwan. Shanhaiguan District formerly Shan-hai-kwan or Shan-hai-kuan, is a district of the city of  Hebei Province, China

Background imageRebellion Collection: The British Marines Nordenfelt in action

The British Marines Nordenfelt in action defending the legation from balcony of the British Ministers house, which overlooked the imperial canal during the Siege of Peeking

Background imageRebellion Collection: The first of the relief force in the British legation

The first of the relief force in the British legation entering the Eastern gates of the Chinese city peeking. The Battle of Peeking which was fought between the 14-15th August 1900

Background imageRebellion Collection: The Trial of Louis Riel, Regina, Canada

The Trial of Louis Riel, Regina, Canada
The Courtroom Trial of Louis Riel in Regina, North-Western Territory, Canada. He was on trial for his leadership of the North-West Rebellion of Spring 1885, in which the Metis people

Background imageRebellion Collection: John Macarthur

John Macarthur
A miniature portrait painting of the father of the wool industry in Australia, John Macarthur, 1767-1834. He was instrumental in organising a rebellion against the colonial government

Background imageRebellion Collection: Official anti British First Boer War protest card

Official anti British First Boer War protest card
A conflict known also as the Transvaal Rebellion took place between the British and the Boers from 1880 to 1881 The south of Africa was overlaid with European powers competing for colonial territory

Background imageRebellion Collection: Discovery of the Duke of Monmouth disguised as a peasant

Discovery of the Duke of Monmouth disguised as a peasant, near Ringwood, Hampshire, 8 July 1685. Date: 1685

Background imageRebellion Collection: Vintage Photograph China c. 1900 - Boxer rebellion or uprising

Vintage Photograph China c. 1900 - Boxer rebellion or uprising, Yihetuan Movement - image from an album of a British
Vintage Photograph China c.1900 - Boxer rebellion or uprising, Yihetuan Movement - image from an album of a British soldier who took part of the supression of the uprising - Liugong Island

Background imageRebellion Collection: 13th Minnesota Volunteers 19th Century 1899 Aguinaldo

13th Minnesota Volunteers 19th Century 1899 Aguinaldo
13th, Minnesota, Volunteers, 19th, Century, 1899, Aguinaldo, armed, army, Asia, Asian, Asiatic, attack, attacked, attacker, attacking, barracks, battle, colored, conflict, contemporary, Age, dead



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