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Choose from 55 pictures in our Sherman 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.


Tank Battle in Villers Bocage, France 1944 Featured Print

Tank Battle in Villers Bocage, France 1944

Illustration showing a battle between German Tiger tanks and British tanks and infantry in the village of Villers Bocage, Normandy, June 1944. A British tank (on left), which might be a Cromwell or Sherman, is shown knocking out one German Tiger (centre) by shooting through a hole in the corner house. Another Tiger tank (right) is coming under fire from British machine guns and PIAT's, some of whom can be seen extreme right. This illustration was drawn by Captain Bryan de Grineau, the Illustrated London New's artist, from a description given to him by an eye-witness, Mr. Tom Treanor of the 'Los Angeles Times'. Date: 1944

© Illustrated London News Ltd/Mary Evans

TRUMBULL, John (1756-1843). Declaration of Independence Featured Print

TRUMBULL, John (1756-1843). Declaration of Independence

TRUMBULL, John (1756-1843). Declaration of Independence. ca. 1817 - ca. 1819. The five-man drafting committee presenting their draft of the Declaration to the Congress (June 28th, 1776). It shows 42 of the 56 signers of the Declaration among them standing delivering the document (left to right): John Adams, Roger Sherman, Robert R. Livingston, Thomas Jefferson and Benjamin Franklin. Neoclassicism. Oil on canvas. AMERICA. UNITED STATES OF AMERICA. DISTRICT OF COLUMBIA. WASHINGTON D.C.. Washington. United States Capitol.

© Iberfoto/Mary Evans

Savannah, Ga., vicinity. Shermans troops removing ammunitio Featured Print

Savannah, Ga., vicinity. Shermans troops removing ammunitio

Savannah, Ga., vicinity. Sherman's troops removing ammunition from Fort McAllister in wheelbarrows. Photograph of the War in the West. These photographs are of Sherman at the sea, December 1864. After marching through Georgia for a month, Sherman stormed Fort McAllister on December 13, 1864 and captured Savannah itself 8 days later. These seven views are limited to the former stronghold and its dismantling preparatory to Sherman's further movement northward. This operation was ordered on December 24, and Gen. William B. Hazen 2d Division, 15th Corps and Maj. Thomas W. Osborn, Chief of Artillery, had it completed by December 29, storing the guns at Fort Pulaski. Date 1864 December. Date:

© Mary Evans / Library of Congress