French Royal Family in 1814. The Count of Artois
French Royal Family in 1814. The Count of Artois (brother and heir of the king as Charles X), Louis XVIII, the duchesses of Angouleme and Berry and sons of the Count of Artois, Louis Anthony, Duke of Angoulꭥ and Charles Ferdinand, Duke of Berry. Aquatint engraving published in Paris by Gautier. Engraving. FRANCE. ΌE-DE-FRANCE. Paris. Mus饠Carnavalet (Carnavalet Museum).
© BeBa/Iberfoto/Mary Evans
WWI. France (1915). Propaganda Poster to promote
WWI. France (1915). Propaganda Poster to promote war loans to finance the cost of the war. 'Emprunt de la defense nationale, N'oublie pas de souscrire... pour la victoire ! ... et le retour'. Illustration by Francisque POULBOT (1879-1946). Engraving.
© Colecciasca/Iberfoto/Mary Evans
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Communication - Far easier for the younger generation
Communication - Far easier for the younger generation, even in 1903! The little girl: "Grandmother, Dad said he did not want to kiss you, by phone" - the response is a miserable Granny. Slight technological limitations in evidence here too!! Date: 1903
© Mary Evans / Grenville Collins Postcard Collection
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