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Choose from 284 pictures in our Review collection for your Wall Art or Photo Gift. Popular choices include Framed Prints, Canvas Prints, Posters and Jigsaw Puzzles. All professionally made for quick delivery.


1935 King's Silver Jubilee Fleet Review Featured Print

1935 King's Silver Jubilee Fleet Review

A panoramic view showing the berthing arrangements made for the Review of the Fleet at Spithead by King George V to celebrate his Silver Jubilee. The pageant included ships of the Royal Navy, the Royal Indian Navy, the Royal Australian Navy, the Merchant Navy and the fishing fleet. To the left of the picture, the King's yacht, 'Victoria and Albert' is preceded by the Trinity House yacht, 'Patricia' as it passes through the lines. Date: 16 July 1935

© Illustrated London News Ltd/Mary Evans

Duchess of York inspects King's Own Yorkshire Light Infantry Featured Print

Duchess of York inspects King's Own Yorkshire Light Infantry

Duchess of York (as Colonel-in-Chief) inspects the First King's Own Yorkshire Light Infantry at Tidworth in October 1934. Shown here inspecting a Whippet tank. Whilst at Tidworth, the Duchess presented medals won on the north West Frontier in 1931 and bade farewell to the regiment, who were to depart for Gibraltar in January of 1935. Date: 1934

© Mary Evans / Grenville Collins Postcard Collection

The military review - the camp at Chobham Featured Print

The military review - the camp at Chobham

The military review - the camp at Chobham. The troops returning to their encampment after a field-day, 1853.Coloured tinted lithograph by Edmund Walker after Louis Haghe (1806-1885), published by Ackermann and Co, 8 Oct 1853.In addition to providing practical training for the Army, Chobham Camp was designed to be a military spectacle entailing splendid royal reviews. Lord Hardinge credited Prince Albert with the formation of the camp and the royal family visited it frequently. A number of marquees and small tents were erected on Magnet Hill, the camp Headquarters, which served as a banqueting hall and suite of apartments for the royal party and distinguished guests.Even before the camp was complete, it had become part of the social ?Season?, attracting crowds on their way to the Ascot Races. Once the regiments had arrived, Chobham drew large numbers of visitors who flocked to witness this exhibition of British military prowess with its glittering array of uniforms. In an attempt to profit from the huge popularity of Chobham Camp, a number of artists and printmakers produced pictorial souvenirs whilst 'The Illustrated London News' published a diary of each day's events. Date: 1853

© The National Army Museum / Mary Evans Picture Library