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Wind Willows/Onion Sauce
Wind Willows/Onion Sauce
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Reply of the Zaporozhian Cossacks to Sultan Mehmed IV
Reply of the Zaporozhian Cossacks to Sultan Mehmed IV
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Small circular gift tag - original artwork - RSVP
Small circular gift tag - original artwork - RSVP
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The Cheeky Greengrocers reply
The Cheeky Greengrocers reply
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Where Irish sang Rule, Britannia in reply to Germans
Where Irish sang Rule, Britannia in reply to Germans
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William Beckford - 6
William Beckford - 6
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The Observation Post No reply, Sir - line cut again
The Observation Post No reply, Sir - line cut again
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Railway Porter rather rude to sizeable female passenger
Railway Porter rather rude to sizeable female passenger
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Cornish Boatman sets an amateur fisherman straight
Cornish Boatman sets an amateur fisherman straight
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Young boy admonished for fishin on the Sabbath
Young boy admonished for fishin on the Sabbath
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Military Father disarmed by daughters generous reply
Military Father disarmed by daughters generous reply
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Well, Au Reservoir, Monsieur. - Engishman abroad
Well, Au Reservoir, Monsieur. - Engishman abroad
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The Observation Post No reply, Sir - line cut again Featured Image

The Observation Post No reply, Sir - line cut again

The Observation Post. No reply, Sir - line cut again. Captain Gilbert Holiday, Royal Field Artillery (1879-1937). Holiday'S Early Life Was Spent In St. John'S Wood And From His Window He Was Able To Watch The Royal Horse Artillery, Which Was His First Contact With Horses. He Was Educated At Westminster And Then Studied At The R.A. Schools. He Worked As An Illustrator At The Graphic, The Tatler And The Illustrated London News. Holiday Served As A Gunner In The Royal Field Artillery On The Western Front During The First World War And He Painted Many Pictures For Army Messes

© David Cohen Fine Art/Mary Evans Picture Library

Mistaken identity - Gentleman and Jewish woman
Mistaken identity - Gentleman and Jewish woman
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Wit of a toothless old soak when faced with Sally Army pair
Wit of a toothless old soak when faced with Sally Army pair
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One artist interrupting another, who is busy gardening
One artist interrupting another, who is busy gardening
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C W A Scott and Giles Guthrie
C W A Scott and Giles Guthrie
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Repin, Ilya Yefimovich (1844-1930). Reply of
Repin, Ilya Yefimovich (1844-1930). Reply of
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Cartoon, President Wilson reading Germans Reply
Cartoon, President Wilson reading Germans Reply
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Workers Reply to General Sir Douglas Haig, WW1
Workers Reply to General Sir Douglas Haig, WW1
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Leaflet, A Defence of the Army Pay Corps
Leaflet, A Defence of the Army Pay Corps
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Lear/Nonsense/Poker
Lear/Nonsense/Poker
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Germanys reply to Kitcheners army: Volunteers (Freiwillige)
Germanys reply to Kitcheners army: Volunteers (Freiwillige)
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Gentleman Smoking Pipe
Gentleman Smoking Pipe
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Inquiring the Way
Inquiring the Way
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Workers Reply to General Sir Douglas Haig, WW1 Featured Image

Workers Reply to General Sir Douglas Haig, WW1

Workers Reply to General Sir Douglas Haig -- the wording of a Resolution passed at the Trade Union Conference at Caxton Hall on 18 July 1916, informing the General that men and women engaged in munitions work during the First World War are willing to postpone their holidays to ensure the continuing supply of ammunition, guns and other war material. It is signed by Arthur Henderson, Chairman (also a Labour politician). Date: July 1916

© Imperial War Museum/Robert Hunt Library/Mary Evans

Bismarck/Rohling/Page 26
Bismarck/Rohling/Page 26
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Bernadette, March Vision
Bernadette, March Vision
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World War One Letters
World War One Letters
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Lady Writer Hesitates
Lady Writer Hesitates
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Wind Pill Advert
Wind Pill Advert
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Hilda Cowham
Hilda Cowham
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Celebrating the Silver Jubilee of Queen Elizabeth II
Celebrating the Silver Jubilee of Queen Elizabeth II
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