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Surrender Collection

Background imageSurrender Collection: The Last Stand of the Imperial Guards at Waterloo

The Last Stand of the Imperial Guards at Waterloo. General Hill calling on upon the Enemy to Surrender.Print by Riddle and Goughman after the painting by Robert Hillingford

Background imageSurrender Collection: Surrender of General Lee - at Appomattox, C. H. Va. April 9th

Surrender of General Lee - at Appomattox, C. H. Va. April 9th
Surrender of General Lee - at Appomattox, C.H. Va. April 9th 1865. Date c1873

Background imageSurrender Collection: Lee Surrenders to Grant

Lee Surrenders to Grant
General Lee surrenders to General Grant at Appomattox Court House

Background imageSurrender Collection: Zulu / Surrender 1879

Zulu / Surrender 1879
The end of the Zulu War - the surrender of native chiefs to Sir G. Wolseley. They sit together on the plains and hold a peace conference

Background imageSurrender Collection: Punic War, Scipio

Punic War, Scipio
PUNIC WARS Scipio blockades Carthage, and perfidiously obtains its surrender; the city is razed to the ground

Background imageSurrender Collection: Alexander and Porus

Alexander and Porus
Alexander accepts the surrender of PORUS, king of the Pauravas, after defeating him on the Hydaspes (now Jhelum) river in northwest India/Pakistan

Background imageSurrender Collection: The Surrender at Sedan, Franco-Prussian War

The Surrender at Sedan, Franco-Prussian War
The Surrender at Sedan, 9 September 1870, during the Franco-Prussian War. 1870

Background imageSurrender Collection: The Kaiser handing over his sword to Douglas Haig

The Kaiser handing over his sword to Douglas Haig
" The Next Haig Convention" By the 23rd of October, Britain could almost taste victory and this picture by Arthur Ferrier, showing a cowed Kaiser handing over his sword to Douglas Haig

Background imageSurrender Collection: Japanese surrender delegation aboard the USS Missouri

Japanese surrender delegation aboard the USS Missouri
The Japanese surrender delegation aboard the USS Missouri, 31st August 1945. All the US naval personnel are wearing Class B uniforms on purpose. The surrender officially ended World War Two

Background imageSurrender Collection: Surrender at Saratoga

Surrender at Saratoga
After being defeated by Gates at the battle of Stillwater, Burgoyne surrenders at Saratoga : this is a turning point in the war ensuring victory for the colonists

Background imageSurrender Collection: Examing German Prisoner

Examing German Prisoner
Two British soldiers examine a German prisoner in a captured German trench hoping to gain information on further attacks

Background imageSurrender Collection: Surrender of Mary, Queen of Scots at Carberry Hill 1567

Surrender of Mary, Queen of Scots at Carberry Hill 1567
Battle of Carberry Hill, near Musselburgh, East Lothian, a few miles east of Edinburgh, Scotland. A number of Scottish lords objected to the rule of Mary

Background imageSurrender Collection: Frontenac No Surrender

Frontenac No Surrender
Frontenac refuses to surrender Quebec to the English

Background imageSurrender Collection: Bombed out Stalingrad

Bombed out Stalingrad
Just after the German surrender

Background imageSurrender Collection: Military Siege India 17C

Military Siege India 17C
Indian General receives the key of a besieged town as a token of surrender

Background imageSurrender Collection: Lee Meets Grant

Lee Meets Grant
The meeting of Lee and Grant at Appomattox court-house, ending the war between the states

Background imageSurrender Collection: HMS Wakeful - W-Class Destroyer

HMS Wakeful - W-Class Destroyer Date: 1939

Background imageSurrender Collection: The Chevalier de Saint-George of the ship Invincible surrenders his sword to Admiral

The Chevalier de Saint-George of the ship Invincible surrenders his sword to Admiral Anson after the First Battle of Cape Finisterre between Great Britain and France, 14 May 1747

Background imageSurrender Collection: Surrender of King John II of France at the Battle of Poitiers, 19 September 1356

Surrender of King John II of France at the Battle of Poitiers, 19 September 1356, during the Hundred Years War (1337-1453). Date: 1356

Background imageSurrender Collection: Nelson receiving the swords (as a symbol of surrender) on board the San Jose

Nelson receiving the swords (as a symbol of surrender) on board the San Jose (later renamed HMS San Josef), a ship captured from the Spanish navy during the Battle of Cape St Vincent

Background imageSurrender Collection: The blindfolded Austrian officer at the Battle of Ulm, 1805

The blindfolded Austrian officer at the Battle of Ulm, 1805
The blindfolded Austrian officer (Prince Maurice Liechtenstein) forced to capitulate to Napoleon Bonaparte at the Battle of Ulm, 1805

Background imageSurrender Collection: King John re-crowned by Cardinal Pandulf Verraccio

King John re-crowned by Cardinal Pandulf Verraccio
King John (1199-1216) is re-crowned by Cardinal Pandulf Verraccio sent from Pope Innocent III in Rome to solve the crisis with the Church by formally surrendering England to the representative of

Background imageSurrender Collection: CAMPERDOWN Viscount Duncans victory and Admiral de Winter

CAMPERDOWN Viscount Duncans victory and Admiral de Winters resignation on board the Venerable. British defeat of the Dutch fleet. Date: 11 October 1797

Background imageSurrender Collection: Surrender of The Mauritius To The British In 1810

Surrender of The Mauritius To The British In 1810

Background imageSurrender Collection: German soldiers surrender at Pilken - WW1

German soldiers surrender at Pilken - WW1
German soldiers surrender at Pilken during the First World War

Background imageSurrender Collection: Mitsubishi Ki-51

Mitsubishi Ki-51
Imperial Japanese Army Air Force - Mitsubishi Ki-51 in surrender markings of overall white with large green crosses, applied to allow it to fly in support of the allied forces / occupation

Background imageSurrender Collection: General Douglas MacArthur, WW2 Supreme Commander

General Douglas MacArthur, WW2 Supreme Commander, V-J Day - Unconditional Surrender of Japan, Manila, USA, Philippines, postal cover envelope Date: 1945

Background imageSurrender Collection: Surrender of Jerusalem to British troops during WW1

Surrender of Jerusalem to British troops during WW1

Background imageSurrender Collection: Legend of the Moor's Last Sigh

Legend of the Moor's Last Sigh. After the conquest of the Nasrid Kingdom of Granada, the Muslim king Boabdil and his entourage were exiled from the city in 1492

Background imageSurrender Collection: Conquest of al-Andalus by Ferdinand the Saint

Conquest of al-Andalus by Ferdinand the Saint
Siege of the city of Jaen by King Ferdinand III the Saint (1199/1201-1252). Muhammad I surrendered the city of Jaen to King Ferdinand, signing a treaty of vassalage with him

Background imageSurrender Collection: German U-boats surrendered at Harwich, WW1

German U-boats surrendered at Harwich, WW1
Fleet of German U-boats surrendered at Harwich towards the end of the First World War. circa 1918

Background imageSurrender Collection: Cartoon, Important Surrender of Copyright, WW1

Cartoon, Important Surrender of Copyright, WW1
Cartoon, Important Surrender of Copyright. Showing Bloody Mary (Queen Mary I of England) handing over her title to Kaiser Wilhelm II of Germany

Background imageSurrender Collection: French war film, Verdun

French war film, Verdun
The grim realism of war captured in the French film, Verdun, telling the story of the ferocious German onslaught and the heroic French defence

Background imageSurrender Collection: Socialists fighting to the death; Paris Commune, 1871

Socialists fighting to the death; Paris Commune, 1871
Men and women of the Commune fighting, to the death, against troops of the National Guard, Paris. At the end of the Franco-Prussian war

Background imageSurrender Collection: Nationalist Troops at Badajoz; Spanish Civil War, 1936

Nationalist Troops at Badajoz; Spanish Civil War, 1936
Photograph showing Nationalist troops, displaying a white flag used by the surrendering Republican troops of Badajoz, August 1936

Background imageSurrender Collection: SPANISH CIVIL/PRISONERS

SPANISH CIVIL/PRISONERS
Government prisoners under the guard of Nationalist soldiers Date: 1936

Background imageSurrender Collection: BATTLE OF LAKE ERIE Perry, with a much larger fleet, destroys an English flotilla of 6 schooners

BATTLE OF LAKE ERIE Perry, with a much larger fleet, destroys an English flotilla of 6 schooners, forcing the English to surrender Date: 10 September 1813

Background imageSurrender Collection: Surrender of Asirghar Fort, India, 9 April 1819, bringing an end to the Third

Surrender of Asirghar Fort, India, 9 April 1819, bringing an end to the Third Anglo-Maratha War (1817-1819). Date: 1819

Background imageSurrender Collection: Surrender of Admiral De Winter, head of the Dutch fleet

Surrender of Admiral De Winter, head of the Dutch fleet, to Admiral Duncan of the British fleet, after the Battle of Camperdown (Camperduin, North Holland), 11 October 1797. Date: 1797

Background imageSurrender Collection: Surrender of Pondicherry (Puducherry), India, after a siege lasting from 4 September 1760

Surrender of Pondicherry (Puducherry), India, after a siege lasting from 4 September 1760 to 15 January 1761, part of the Third Carnatic War

Background imageSurrender Collection: WW2 - During the evening of May 7th, all over Paris, Special editions are printed

WW2 - During the evening of May 7th, all over Paris, Special editions are printed announcing the German surrender. Date: 1945

Background imageSurrender Collection: WW II - paper covering pavements London VJ Day

WW II - paper covering pavements London VJ Day
Vintage World War II photograph - paper covering the pavements of central London following VJ Day celebrations, Jaapanese surrender

Background imageSurrender Collection: World War II American soldiers in Paris Japanese surrender

World War II American soldiers in Paris Japanese surrender
World War II vintage photograph - American soldiers in Paris celebrate Japanese surrender

Background imageSurrender Collection: WW II German Uboat surrender Loch Eriboll, Scotland

WW II German Uboat surrender Loch Eriboll, Scotland
World War II vintage photograph - German Uboat surrender Loch Eriboll, Scotland

Background imageSurrender Collection: WW II - German Major General Eric Estler discusses surrender

WW II - German Major General Eric Estler discusses surrender
World War II - German Major Geneeral Eric Estler discusses surrender terms with American Lt. Colonel French, Loire Valley France

Background imageSurrender Collection: WW II - German officers surrender to General Montgomery

WW II - German officers surrender to General Montgomery
End of World War II - German officers surrender to Field Marshall Montgomery, Luneberg Heath, May 5th. Major Friedal, Admiral Wagner, Admiral von Friedeburg, General Kinzel, Colonel Poleck

Background imageSurrender Collection: Portrait of King Alfonso V of Aragon, 15th century

Portrait of King Alfonso V of Aragon, 15th century
Portrait of King Alfonso V of Aragon in suit of armour, and view of his triumphal entry into Naples on a throne wagon drawn by four horses, 1442

Background imageSurrender Collection: The Surrender Room, Hotel de Wereld, Wageningen

The Surrender Room, Hotel de Wereld, Wageningen
The old Hotel de Wereld was the scene of the German surrender to the Dutch. To the right of the entrance is a Commemorative Plaque recording that



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