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Remnants Gallery

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Choose from 12 pictures in our Remnants collection for your Wall Art or Photo Gift. All professionally made for Quick Shipping.


The Remnants of an Army
The Remnants of an Army
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Culloden Battlefield
Culloden Battlefield
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Abbots Leigh church after the fire
Abbots Leigh church after the fire
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Info Board & WW1 Railway Remnants, Tyne Cot area
Info Board & WW1 Railway Remnants, Tyne Cot area
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Mixed taiga forest in early spring - remnants of
Mixed taiga forest in early spring - remnants of
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Officers with hat of a conscientious objector, WW1
Officers with hat of a conscientious objector, WW1
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Bomb remnants WWII
Bomb remnants WWII
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Smoke Trail, 1st Ww
Smoke Trail, 1st Ww
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Capture of Oporto
Capture of Oporto
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Cover of Home Chat Magazine
Cover of Home Chat Magazine
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Kenai Peninsula - Alaska
Kenai Peninsula - Alaska
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Ruins of Pompeii
Ruins of Pompeii
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Officers with hat of a conscientious objector, WW1 Featured Print

Officers with hat of a conscientious objector, WW1

Page from The Bystander showing two officers holding the battered remnants of a bowler hat belonging to a peace crank orator in Trafalgar Square, London. The magazine comments that the behaviour is not becoming in officers and gentlemen and that they should not take any part in breaking up political meetings. In fact, a week later, The Bystander magazine was forced to publish an apology. The men were in fact recruiting officers and had been handed the hat after a scuffle. Date: 1916

© Illustrated London News Ltd/Mary Evans