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Tattered Collection

Background imageTattered Collection: Suffragette House that Man Built Policeman

Suffragette House that Man Built Policeman. Policeman has a suffragette in his grip whilst another attempts to bring her umbrella down firmly on his head

Background imageTattered Collection: Entry into Aqaba, Battle of Aqaba, Jordan, WW1

Entry into Aqaba, Battle of Aqaba, Jordan, WW1
Scene at the entry into Aqaba, during the Battle of Aqaba, Jordan, during the Arab Revolt, First World War. Date: 6 July 1917

Background imageTattered Collection: Got Any Gum Chum? Music Cover

Got Any Gum Chum? Music Cover
An illustrated WW2 music sheet cover for Got Any Gum Chum? Words by Ralph Butler and Archie De Bear, music by Tolchard Evans

Background imageTattered Collection: Beating the Charge at the Battle of Dettingen

Beating the Charge at the Battle of Dettingen, 27 June 1743 Date: 1743

Background imageTattered Collection: Cartoon, The Last of the Last Lines, WW1

Cartoon, The Last of the Last Lines, WW1
Cartoon, The Last of the Last Lines. Showing a scarecrow version of Paul von Hindenburg holding a sword, with Kaiser Wilhelm and the Crown Prince on the right

Background imageTattered Collection: St Agnes Place, Camberwell, south east London

St Agnes Place, Camberwell, south east London
A terrace of houses in St Agnes Place, Camberwell, south east London, boarded up prior to demolition by Lambeth Council after the eviction of squatters, 19 January 1977

Background imageTattered Collection: Cartoon, The happy meeting, WW1

Cartoon, The happy meeting, WW1
Cartoon, The happy meeting, showing a French soldier in a tattered uniform finding a dead German soldier lying on the ground, and deciding he could help himself to some of his clothes. Date: 1915

Background imageTattered Collection: The House That Jack Built, by Minnie Asprey

The House That Jack Built, by Minnie Asprey. This is the man all tattered and torn, That kissed the maiden all forlorn... circa 1918

Background imageTattered Collection: 52nd Light Infantry making a charge

52nd Light Infantry making a charge. 1813

Background imageTattered Collection: Fort at Ceuta, Spanish city in Morocco, North Africa

Fort at Ceuta, Spanish city in Morocco, North Africa
Walls of the Fort, surrounded by a moat, at Ceuta, Spanish city in Morocco, North Africa. Date: circa 1930

Background imageTattered Collection: 1918 / RUSSIA / RED GUARD

1918 / RUSSIA / RED GUARD
The Red Guard is triumphant. Date: 1918

Background imageTattered Collection: Unconquerable by Arthur Rackham - Defiant Belgium

Unconquerable by Arthur Rackham - Defiant Belgium
Arthur Rackhams Unconquerable - a personification of Belgium stands defient with the tatters of a Belgian flag - symbolising the brave resistance of Belgium to the invading German army in August

Background imageTattered Collection: Entry into Aqaba, Battle of Aqaba, Jordan, WW1

Entry into Aqaba, Battle of Aqaba, Jordan, WW1
Scene at the entry into Aqaba, during the Battle of Aqaba, Jordan, during the Arab Revolt, First World War. 6 July 1917

Background imageTattered Collection: Man Beaten up by a Suffragette

Man Beaten up by a Suffragette
Man in tattered suit, bandaged and bloodied with an arm and knee in a sling, rues the day he had an argument with a suffragette. Note the perpetrators umbrella stuck in his arm. Date: circa 1913

Background imageTattered Collection: Cartoon, The peaceful ex-scarecrow, WW1

Cartoon, The peaceful ex-scarecrow, WW1
Cartoon, the peaceful ex-scarecrow, a satirical comment on the mistake of believing in a peaceful relationship between France and Germany during the First World War. Date: 1915

Background imageTattered Collection: Cartoon, At the rear, WW1

Cartoon, At the rear, WW1
Cartoon, At the rear, showing two civilians commenting on the state of the German soldiers trousers, all tattered at the back. Date: 1915

Background imageTattered Collection: Suffrage Parliament M. P Woos Maiden

Suffrage Parliament M. P Woos Maiden
A Member of Parliament attempts to woo a Suffrage campaigner (Lydia Becker?) with the promise of a bill to secure Womens Franchise

Background imageTattered Collection: Tattered billboard, Minneapolis, Minnesota

Tattered billboard, Minneapolis, Minnesota. Date 1939 Sept

Background imageTattered Collection: Cavalry Charge - World War One

Cavalry Charge - World War One
A propaganda patriotic postcard from World War One, showing a cavalry charge. " Theirs not ro reason why" For King and Country! Date: circa 1910s

Background imageTattered Collection: Poster, Red Cross ambulance

Poster, Red Cross ambulance
Poster depicting a Red Cross ambulance. Published by the German Reich, but written in Dutch, it encourages the countrymen of Holland to support the Dutch ambulance service in the east. 1940s

Background imageTattered Collection: Photograph of undervest, masquerading as the spirit Peggy

Photograph of undervest, masquerading as the spirit Peggy
Photograph of undervest which, masquerading as the spirit Peggy, led to the Scottish medium Helen Duncans conviction for fraudulent mediumship at Edinburgh, 11 May 1933

Background imageTattered Collection: Between two stools the Bottom goes to the Ground

Between two stools the Bottom goes to the Ground
George Tierney falls between two stools, a tattered Whig Stool and a smart Tory Stool. Amused and standing either side are Fox and Addington

Background imageTattered Collection: Poster; the Assembly

Poster; the Assembly
THE CONSTITUENT ASSEMBLY The enemies of the Revolution, but their ship is only a shoe and the sails are tattered


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