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Siege of Lucknow
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Siege of Lucknow
1857 Mutiny / Rebel Sepoys
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1857 Mutiny / Rebel Sepoys
Maud Gonne
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Maud Gonne
American Indians. Sitting Bull addressing a meeting of brave Featured Image

American Indians. Sitting Bull addressing a meeting of brave

Sitting was an inspirational Sioux Chief, who together with Crazy Horse, defeated Custer and tried to prevent the American Indians being forced into reservations. He escaped to Canada in 1879, but returned to American in 1881 under an amnesty. He was shot just after this image was published during an Indian uprising

© Illustrated London News Ltd/Mary Evans

Sepoy. India
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Sepoy. India
44th Regiment at Gundamuck
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44th Regiment at Gundamuck
America - Shay's Rebellion
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America - Shay's Rebellion
LENIN AT PETROGRAD 1917
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LENIN AT PETROGRAD 1917
STALIN IN 1917
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STALIN IN 1917
44th Regiment at Gundamuck Featured Image

44th Regiment at Gundamuck

In 1841 the 44th was in Kabul where uprising endangered the garrison. Constantly attacked, without shelter or food, the force waded in deep snow through narrow passes for four days trying to reach Jellalabad. As rear guard, a stand was made by 20 men at Gundamuck. Lieutenant Thomas Souter tore the Regimental Colour from its pike and wrapped it round his body. The Afghans saw the silk and thought it the waistcoat of a person of high rank suitable for ransom

© Mary Evans / Peter & Dawn Cope Collection Mary Evans / Peter & Dawn Cope Collection

Scotland -- A Call to Arms
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Scotland -- A Call to Arms
Petrograd, Russia - February Revolution, 8th-15th March 1917 Featured Image

Petrograd, Russia - February Revolution, 8th-15th March 1917

A very important (and very rare) real photograph postcard showing National militia firing on a Czarist police position (the police were running along the rooftops according to the eyewitness report on the reverse of the card) during the February Revolution, Petrograd, 8th-15th March 1917. The eyewitness reports bullet holes in his gate (and windows smashed in nearby property) and that this card was very hard to get hold of !! Rumours had spread that police had been armed with machine guns and placed in the upper stories of buildings throughout the city. While apparently unfounded, these reports resulted in attacks on individual policemen throughout the city. The photograph was taken by Jewish photographer Jacob Steinberg (1880-1942). Famous for his photographs from the front line during the First World War. Collaborated with magazines (1920s30s). Headed the Petrograd Society of Artistic and Technical Photography. Exhibited three hundred photographs on historical and revolutionary themes at the Academy of Arts (1924). Date: 1917

© Mary Evans / Grenville Collins Postcard Collection

Revolt of peasants. Spain
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Revolt of peasants. Spain
The Relief of Lucknow
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The Relief of Lucknow
1857 Mutiny / Captured Gun
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1857 Mutiny / Captured Gun

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