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Choose from 129 pictures in our Saved collection for your Wall Art or Photo Gift. Popular choices include Framed Photos, Canvas Prints, Posters and Jigsaw Puzzles. All professionally made for quick delivery.


P&O Liner SS Delhi, 1911 Featured Print

P&O Liner SS Delhi, 1911

Photograph of the P&O liner SS Delhi at sea in 1911. Built in 1905 the Delhi was wrecked in a gale off Cape Spartel, Tangiers, in 1911. Three lives were lost in the wreck, but the Princess Royal, The Duke of Fife and the Princesses Alexandra and Maud were among those saved

© Illustrated London News Ltd/Mary Evans

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Naval Division in Great War Deeds, WW1 Featured Print

Naval Division in Great War Deeds, WW1

The Royal Marine and Naval Brigades (Naval Division) of the British Royal Navy being guided by Colonel Seely in a car, leaving Antwerp after their gallant defence, which delayed the enemy and saved Calais. Reproduction of a drawing by John Dakin in Great War Deeds, a special panorama supplement produced by the Illustrated London News in 1915, featuring heroic actions of the First World War. Date: 1915

© Illustrated London News Ltd/Mary Evans

A cavalry charge that saved the line, Matania, WW1 Featured Print

A cavalry charge that saved the line, Matania, WW1

The German line taken in flank by a mounted charge in the teeth of heavy machine gun fire. Major Evelyn H. W. Williams of the Hussars was awarded the DSO for his action. He led a mounted charge after the infantry line had broken back and took the line in flank in the face of the heaviest machine gun fire. The charge sabred 100 of the enemy and took 100 prisoners although his own troop numbered only 150. His action rallied the infantry who advanced and recovered over 3000 yards.
1918

© Illustrated London News Ltd/Mary Evans