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Choose from 101 pictures in our Welcoming 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.

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The American 'Great White Fleet' arrives in Australia

The American 'Great White Fleet' arrives in Australia - Uncle Sam meeting a Kangaroo. On 20 August 1908 well over half a million Sydneysiders turned out to watch the arrival of the Fleet. President Roosevelt had initiated the deployment of the US Atlantic Fleet to the Pacific - the first such movement of great battleships - to test his Navys professionalism, arouse popular interest in and enthusiasm for the navy, and demonstrate that the United States had arrived as a world power. Date: 1908

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Welcome to the British Squadron to Japan

Following the signing of the Anglo-Japanese Alliance of 1902 British Military contingents arrived in Japan. The Alliance was to run for five years before being renewed, was primarily directed against the potential shared menace posed, it was believed, by France and (most probably) Russia in the Far East. The alliance obligated either power to remain neutral if one or other found itself at war. However, should either power be obliged to fight a war against two or more powers, the other signatory was obliged to provide military aid. This postcard (produced by Mitsukoshi, Ltd. an international department store chain with headquarters in Tokyo, Japan) featuring a Japanese woman in a garden setting, is a celebration of the arrival of the British Squadron in July, 1906. Date: 1906

© Mary Evans / Grenville Collins Postcard Collection

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Welcoming Captain Lindbergh at Aero Club Dinner by Hynes

Caricatures of members of the Aero Club giving a dinner for Captain Charles Lindbergh following his record-breaking trans-Atlantic flight in May 1927. From left, Sir Philip Sassoon, Lt.-Com. Mackenzie Grieve, Hawker's navigator on his unsuccessful transatlantic flight, T. N. Stack, who flew to India in a Moth, Captain Lindbergh, Mr Harry Preston, Lord Thomson, ex-Minister for Air, Captain H. S. Broad, who won the King's Cup of 1926, Mr F. Handley Page, Captain F. T. Courtney, the well-known test pilot who was prominently associated with helicopter experiments, Sir Alan Cobham, Sir Hugh Trenchard, Marshal of the Royal Air Force, Air Vice-Marshal Sir Sefton Brancker and Baron E. K. Palmstierna, the Swedish Ambassador. Date: 1927

© Illustrated London News Ltd/Mary Evans