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Background imageSurrendered Collection: German Fleet at Scapa F

German Fleet at Scapa F
The surrendered German fleet

Background imageSurrendered Collection: Prinz Eugen in Copenhagen Harbour; Second World War, 1945

Prinz Eugen in Copenhagen Harbour; Second World War, 1945
Photograph showing the German cruiser Prinz Eugen under Danish guard, in Copenhagen harbour, after she had surrendered to the Royal Navy on 9th May 1945

Background imageSurrendered Collection: The room in the McLean House, at Appomattox C. H. in which G

The room in the McLean House, at Appomattox C. H. in which G
The room in the McLean House, at Appomattox C.H. in which G

Background imageSurrendered Collection: John Burgoyne / Chapman

John Burgoyne / Chapman
JOHN BURGOYNE Dramatist and army officer (he surrendered at Saratoga in 1777)

Background imageSurrendered Collection: Napoleon at Danzig

Napoleon at Danzig
Siege of Danzig - Napoleon inspects the siege works: the town will be surrendered later in the month, following negotiations. Date: 9 May 1807

Background imageSurrendered Collection: Scapa Flow: German Ships

Scapa Flow: German Ships
Surrendered battleships and cruisers of the German fleet at Scapa Flow

Background imageSurrendered Collection: HMS Glorious, aircraft carrier

HMS Glorious, aircraft carrier
Royal Navy - HMS Glorious, aircraft carrier, at anchor, steaming up. HMS Glorious was the second of the three Courageous-class battlecruisers built for the Royal Navy during the First World War

Background imageSurrendered Collection: Victims of the First Gas Attack Memorial, Steenstraat

Victims of the First Gas Attack Memorial, Steenstraat
This 15 metres high Cross of Reconciliation, commemorates the victims of the first gas attack of the war made by the Germans on 22 April 1915

Background imageSurrendered Collection: HMS Glorious 77

HMS Glorious 77
Royal Navy - HMS Glorius, aircraft carrier, at anchor in Grand Harbour Valetta.. HMS Glorious was the second of the three Courageous-class battlecruisers built for the Royal Navy during the First

Background imageSurrendered Collection: HMS Courageous

HMS Courageous
Royal Navy - HMS Courageous (pennant number 50'), in August 1938. HMS Courageous was the lead ship of her class of three battlecruisers built for the Royal Navy during the First World War

Background imageSurrendered Collection: HMS Courageous, aircraft carrier

HMS Courageous, aircraft carrier
Royal Navy - HMS Courageous, an aircraft carrier, (formerly a battle-cruiser). HMS Courageous was the lead ship of her class of three battlecruisers built for the Royal Navy during the First World

Background imageSurrendered Collection: HMS Courageous - Fleet aircraft carrier

HMS Courageous - Fleet aircraft carrier
Royal Navy - HMS Courageous, a Courageous-class battlecruiser built for the Royal Navy during the First World War. Designed to support the Baltic Project championed by First Sea Lord John Fisher

Background imageSurrendered Collection: Surrendered German ships at Scapa Flow, WW1

Surrendered German ships at Scapa Flow, WW1
Surrendered German battleships and cruisers at Scapa Flow, First World War. circa 1918

Background imageSurrendered 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 imageSurrendered Collection: View of Harfleur, Normandy, France, where the Siege of Harfleur took place from 18 August

View of Harfleur, Normandy, France, where the Siege of Harfleur took place from 18 August to 22 September 1415, part of the Hundred Years War (1337-1453). The town surrendered to King Henry V

Background imageSurrendered Collection: U776 surrendered German U boat Westminister Pier, London

U776 surrendered German U boat Westminister Pier, London
U776 surrendered German U boat being displayed at Westminister Pier, London, end of World War II

Background imageSurrendered Collection: America - House At Yorktown Where Cornwallis Surrendered

America - House At Yorktown Where Cornwallis Surrendered
Moore House House At Yorktown Where General Charles Cornwallis Surrendered During The American War of Independence Date: 1781

Background imageSurrendered Collection: HMS Courageous

HMS Courageous
Royal Navy - HMS Courageous (pennant number 50 ) HMS Courageous was the lead ship of her class of three battlecruisers built for the Royal Navy during the First World War

Background imageSurrendered Collection: MARIE THERESE EXCHANGED

MARIE THERESE EXCHANGED
Marie-Therese, daughter of Louis XVI, is exchanged for Convention members surrendered by Dumouriez : she leaves France and will later become duchesse dAngouleme. Date: December 1795

Background imageSurrendered Collection: Japanese katana sword, 1940

Japanese katana sword, 1940. With scabbard. Blade mounted in service, tachi-style mounts of World War Two. Surrendered by Gen Tamoto, Japanese Commander, to Lt Col A K Crookshank, OBE, 6MLI

Background imageSurrendered Collection: Germans surrendering, Western Front by Matania, WW1

Germans surrendering, Western Front by Matania, WW1
Surrendered German being marshalled by British soldiers following the defeat of their counter-attack at Trones Wood. The incident depicted took place near an advanced trench in the British line

Background imageSurrendered Collection: Map of Pantellaria (Pantelleria) by G. H. Davis

Map of Pantellaria (Pantelleria) by G. H. Davis
A contour map of Pantellaria (Pantelleria), a volcanic Italian island outpost which surrendered unconditionally on 11 June 1943 -- the first loss of Italian soil to the Allies during the Second World

Background imageSurrendered Collection: John Burgoyne / Ruins

John Burgoyne / Ruins
JOHN BURGOYNE Dramatist and army officer (he surrendered at Saratoga in 1777) Date: 1722 - 1792

Background imageSurrendered Collection: John Burgoyne / Whymper

John Burgoyne / Whymper
JOHN BURGOYNE Dramatist and army officer (he surrendered at Saratoga in 1777) Date: 1722 - 1792

Background imageSurrendered Collection: 1848 / Peschiera Surrender

1848 / Peschiera Surrender
Fort at Peschiera surrendered to Piedmontese. Date: 1848

Background imageSurrendered Collection: Captured German submarine as exhibit

Captured German submarine as exhibit
Captured German submarine, UC97, launched in March 1918, surrendered to the USA in November 1918, exhibited in the US and Great Lakes to raise money for Victory Bonds

Background imageSurrendered Collection: Simon Bolivar Buckner

Simon Bolivar Buckner
SIMON BOLIVAR BUCKNER American Confederate general who surrendered to Grant at Fort Donelson in 1862 : editor of the Louisville Courier, governor of Kentucky. Date: 1823 - 1914

Background imageSurrendered Collection: The Japanese army occupied Habalofsk i. e. Khabarovsk - Amur F

The Japanese army occupied Habalofsk i. e. Khabarovsk - Amur F
The Japanese army occupied Habalofsk i.e.Khabarovsk - Amur F

Background imageSurrendered Collection: Ottoman Turkish Prisoners, Baghdad, Iraq - WWI

Ottoman Turkish Prisoners, Baghdad, Iraq - WWI Date: 1917

Background imageSurrendered Collection: Bamburgh Castle surrendered 1099

Bamburgh Castle surrendered 1099
Eleanor of Northumberland surrenders Bamburgh Castle to William II after the besiegers had threatened to blind her husband Robert de Mowbray, Earl of Northumberland

Background imageSurrendered Collection: Franco-Prussian War. The Bridge at Corbeil, blown up by the F

Franco-Prussian War. The Bridge at Corbeil, blown up by the F
In order to stop the Prussian advance the French troops destroyed strategically placed bridges. In early October 1870 the French were surrounded by the Prussians

Background imageSurrendered Collection: The Surrender of Metz; Franco-Prussian War, 1870-1

The Surrender of Metz; Franco-Prussian War, 1870-1
Illustration showing Marshal Francois Bazaines Army marching out as prisoners of war at the surrender of Metz during the Franco-Prussian War

Background imageSurrendered Collection: Georgia Batumi

Georgia Batumi
(formerly known as Batum) - the harbour seen from the sea was surrendered by Turkey to Russia in 1878

Background imageSurrendered Collection: Battle of New Orleans

Battle of New Orleans
THE BATTLE OF NEW ORLEANS The city surrendered on the 25th following an attack by the Federals, the forts held out until the 28th after a mutiny in Fort Jackson

Background imageSurrendered Collection: Taking Singapore

Taking Singapore
The naval base of Singapore is surrendered by the Allies to the Japanese and seen as a far-reaching military defeat for the allies


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