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Choose from 25 pictures in our Rejoicing collection for your Wall Art or Photo Gift. All professionally made for Quick Shipping.


Peace, Perfect Peace by Heath Robinson
Peace, Perfect Peace by Heath Robinson
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Party/Rejoicing 1920S
Party/Rejoicing 1920S
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SABATTIER, Louis R魹 (1863 - 1935). End of the
SABATTIER, Louis R魹 (1863 - 1935). End of the
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Disraeli/Political Peri
Disraeli/Political Peri
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Disraeli/Paradise Peri
Disraeli/Paradise Peri
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The first World war (1918). Celebration of the Victory
The first World war (1918). Celebration of the Victory
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Portrait of young girl, 1788-1790. Francesc Camb󧳠
Portrait of young girl, 1788-1790. Francesc Camb󧳠
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Rejouissances des mexicains, au commencement du
Rejouissances des mexicains, au commencement du
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Queen Victorias subjects celebrate her Diamond Jubilee
Queen Victorias subjects celebrate her Diamond Jubilee
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14th Anniversry celebration of the Turkish Republic - Turkey
14th Anniversry celebration of the Turkish Republic - Turkey
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The Peace Celebrations, 1856
The Peace Celebrations, 1856
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The Peace Illuminations - A Street Scene by G. Thomas, 1856
The Peace Illuminations - A Street Scene by G. Thomas, 1856
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Peace, Perfect Peace by Heath Robinson Featured Image

Peace, Perfect Peace by Heath Robinson

Peace, Perfect Peace by Heath Robinson. Being the Morning after the Night Before. The aftermath of energetic peace celebrations to mark the end of the First World War, Heath Robinson imagines a street strewn with fallen flags and banners, somebody comatose in a letter box and a couple fast asleep on an upturned car, with umbrellas up to shelter from the drizzle, warm under a Union Jack flag. Ever a police officer has stopped for a doze on a convenient windowsill. Date: 1919

© Illustrated London News Ltd/Mary Evans

Enthusiasm on the eve of King Faruks wedding
Enthusiasm on the eve of King Faruks wedding
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Public celebrations at the royal wedding: floral procession
Public celebrations at the royal wedding: floral procession
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Car jumpers escort Nahas Pasha to the royal wedding
Car jumpers escort Nahas Pasha to the royal wedding
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The destroyed Vendome Column; Paris Commune, 1871
The destroyed Vendome Column; Paris Commune, 1871
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Rite of Simcha Tora in Judaism
Rite of Simcha Tora in Judaism
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Mafeking Celebrations
Mafeking Celebrations
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Procession of Sepharim
Procession of Sepharim
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French Rejoicing
French Rejoicing
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Accession of Elizabeth I
Accession of Elizabeth I
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Fireworks after Boyne
Fireworks after Boyne
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Republican Rejoicing
Republican Rejoicing
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Sicily Joins Italy
Sicily Joins Italy
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The destroyed Vendome Column; Paris Commune, 1871 Featured Image

The destroyed Vendome Column; Paris Commune, 1871

Illustration showing the destroyed Vendome Column, Paris, 16th May 1871. The column was pulled down by order of the Paris Commune, because it was an Imperial Monument to Napoleon I and militarism. The column was also very ugly. When the column finally fell there was rejoicing from both the Communards and the National Guard, who can be seen here celebrating, waving caps and rifles. At the end of the Franco-Prussian war, Parisian socialists set up the Commune and refused to surrender Paris to the rightwing French government. This led to bitter fighting on the streets of the city and large-scale executions of Communards

© Illustrated London News Ltd/Mary Evans

Lorna Doone
Lorna Doone
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