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Background imageImages Dated 9th July 2004: SS Norman arriving at Southampton, 1903

SS Norman arriving at Southampton, 1903
Photograph of the SS Norman arriving at Ocean Quay, Southampton, 14th March 1903. Joseph Chamberlain, Colonial Secretary, was on board the Norman arriving back from a foreign tour

Background imageImages Dated 9th July 2004: King George VI and Clement Attlee, Buckingham Palace, 1945

King George VI and Clement Attlee, Buckingham Palace, 1945
Photograph of King George VI (1895-1952) and Clement Attlee, 1st Earl Attlee, (1883-1967) in the grounds of Buckingham Palace, 1945

Background imageImages Dated 9th July 2004: Liberal Party Poster, We Mobilised for War - Let us Mobilis

Liberal Party Poster, We Mobilised for War - Let us Mobilis
A Liberal Party Poster with Lloyd George, Liberal Leader, depicted above the slogan We mobilised for War - let us Mobilise for Prosperity! Vote Liberal

Background imageImages Dated 9th July 2004: Launch of HMS Ark Royal, Birkenhead, 1937

Launch of HMS Ark Royal, Birkenhead, 1937
Photograph showing the aircraft-carrier HMS Ark Royal being launched down the slipway at the Cammell Laird Shipyard, Birkenhead, 13th April 1937

Background imageImages Dated 9th July 2004: American Indians. Sitting Bull, Chief of the Sioux

American Indians. Sitting Bull, Chief of the Sioux
Portrait of Sitting Bull with elaborate feathered head dress reaching to the ground. Sitting Bull lead the resistance against the Americans which culminated in the defeat of General Custer

Background imageImages Dated 9th July 2004: Liberal Party Poster; Attack Poverty

Liberal Party Poster; Attack Poverty
A Liberal Party Poster telling the electorate to Attack Poverty by voting Liberal, from the 1920 s

Background imageImages Dated 9th July 2004: Neville Chamberlain PM, 1938

Neville Chamberlain PM, 1938
Portrait of (Arthur) Neville Chamberlain (1869-1940), British Prime Minister, photographed in 1938

Background imageImages Dated 9th July 2004: American Indians. Billy Bowlegs and his suite of Indian Chie

American Indians. Billy Bowlegs and his suite of Indian Chie
Billy Bowlegs (Holata Micco) was a leader of the Seminole people, he went on to serve as a Captain in the Union Army during the Civil War

Background imageImages Dated 9th July 2004: The Empire State Building, New York, 1945

The Empire State Building, New York, 1945
Photograph of the Empire State Building, New York. At 1250 foot high, it was then the tallest skyscraper in the world

Background imageImages Dated 9th July 2004: American Indians. Sitting Bull addressing a meeting of brave

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

Background imageImages Dated 9th July 2004: American Indians. John Francis, chief of the Passamaquoddy I

American Indians. John Francis, chief of the Passamaquoddy I
Indian chief dressed in embroidered tunic and trousers from Lake Utopia, New Brunswick, Canada

Background imageImages Dated 9th July 2004: King George VI and Clement Attlee, at Buckingham Palace, 194

King George VI and Clement Attlee, at Buckingham Palace, 194
Photograph of King George VI (1895-1952) and Clement Attlee, 1st Earl Attlee, (1883-1967) in the grounds of Buckingham Palace, 1945

Background imageImages Dated 9th July 2004: Benjamin Disraeli at a Carlton Club Banquet

Benjamin Disraeli at a Carlton Club Banquet
Engraving showing members of the Carlton Club toasting Benjamin Disraeli, 1st Earl of Beaconsfield (1804-1881) (seated centre), during a banquet held at the Riding-School, Knightsbridge

Background imageImages Dated 9th July 2004: American Indians. The Red Indian on show in London. Chief Wh

American Indians. The Red Indian on show in London. Chief Wh
American Indian father and son with bows and arrows

Background imageImages Dated 9th July 2004: American Indians. The Modoc War in America. Lake Tule, with

American Indians. The Modoc War in America. Lake Tule, with
The American army fought the Modoc Indians at the Lava Beds, California, after the Modoc had killed General Canby and the Rev Dr Thomas at a conference of Modoc chiefs and US Peace Commissioners

Background imageImages Dated 9th July 2004: John Bright MP, (1811-1889)

John Bright MP, (1811-1889)
Portrait of John Bright, the English orator and radical politician, seated in his office, 1885. He also served as President of the Board of Trade and Chancellor of the Duchy of Lancaster

Background imageImages Dated 9th July 2004: The Empire State Building, New York, on Fire, 1945

The Empire State Building, New York, on Fire, 1945
Photograph showing the Empire State Building on fire, between the eighty-fifth and ninetieth floors, as a result of a Mitchell bomber accidently crashing into the building, 28th July 1945

Background imageImages Dated 9th July 2004: W. E. Gladstone and Queen Victoria, 1892

W. E. Gladstone and Queen Victoria, 1892
Illustration of William Ewart Gladstone (1809-1898) kissing the hand of Queen Victoria on the occasion of his return to office as Prime Minister of Great Britain, for the fourth time, 15th August 1892

Background imageImages Dated 9th July 2004: American Indians, The Recent Wars with the Sioux Indians. Qu

American Indians, The Recent Wars with the Sioux Indians. Qu
Sioux Chief negotiating with Quaker men

Background imageImages Dated 9th July 2004: Benjamin Disraelis House at 19 Curzon Street, Mayfair, 1881

Benjamin Disraelis House at 19 Curzon Street, Mayfair, 1881
Engraving of 19 Curzon Street, Mayfair, London; the home of Benjamin Disraeli, 1st Earl of Beaconsfield (1804-1881) and the place where he died

Background imageImages Dated 9th July 2004: H. H. Asquith ambushed and captured by Suffragettes, 1908

H. H. Asquith ambushed and captured by Suffragettes, 1908
Illustration showing H.H. Asquith, British Prime Minister, being ambushed and captured by the suffragettes, Miss Jessie Kenney (on left) and Miss Vera Wentworth (on right), as he left Toynbes Hall

Background imageImages Dated 9th July 2004: Joseph Chamberlain MP at Bingley Hall, Birmingham, 4th Novem

Joseph Chamberlain MP at Bingley Hall, Birmingham, 4th Novem
Illustration showing Joseph Chamberlain MP, delivering a speech on Protectionism and Free Trade, at Bingley Hall, Birmingham

Background imageImages Dated 9th July 2004: The Radziwill Palace, Berlin, 1878

The Radziwill Palace, Berlin, 1878
Engraving of the Radziwill Palace, Berlin; the place used for the Berlin Congress of 1878. Here, British, Russian and Turkish leaders met to discuss their conflicting interests in the Turkish region

Background imageImages Dated 9th July 2004: American Indians. The Peaceful extinction of the red Indian

American Indians. The Peaceful extinction of the red Indian
In all their war paint, Chiefs of the vanishing Sioux tribe. The Sioux were originally the principle tribe in Dakota. By 1851 they had lost nearly all of their land

Background imageImages Dated 9th July 2004: American indians. The red indian on show in London. Domestic

American indians. The red indian on show in London. Domestic
Red Indian babies, or papooses at Earls Court. Three Red Indian babies outside a teepee, with an Indian child and woman

Background imageImages Dated 9th July 2004: Lord Dudley Stuart, (1803-1854)

Lord Dudley Stuart, (1803-1854)
Portrait of Lord Dudley Coutts Stuart, leading advocate of Polish Independence, engraved in 1843

Background imageImages Dated 9th July 2004: American Indians. Interview of Indians with the Great Fathe

American Indians. Interview of Indians with the Great Fathe
Portait of the pawnee warrior, Qu-u-aek, or Buffalo Bull

Background imageImages Dated 9th July 2004: American Indians. Pawnees looking out for the enemy. From a

American Indians. Pawnees looking out for the enemy. From a
Pawnee Indian standing on his horse, looking out for the enemy; either the Blackfoot or Comanches

Background imageImages Dated 9th July 2004: Joseph Chamberlain arriving in the House of Commons, 16th Ma

Joseph Chamberlain arriving in the House of Commons, 16th Ma
Illustration of Joseph Chamberlain, Colonial Secretary (centre with monocle), entering the House of Commons to loud applause from the Government benches, 16 March 1903

Background imageImages Dated 9th July 2004: American Indians. The Sugar Camp

American Indians. The Sugar Camp
American Indian camp, where Passamaquoddy Indians have been tapping trees, boiling maple syrup and trapping furs during the Winter months

Background imageImages Dated 9th July 2004: American Indians. Sioux Chief

American Indians. Sioux Chief
Sioux Chief wearing beads and carrying a pipe

Background imageImages Dated 9th July 2004: Lord Frederick Cavendish (1836-1882)

Lord Frederick Cavendish (1836-1882)
Engraving of Lord Frederick Cavendish MP, the Chief Secretary for Ireland, who was assassinated in Phoenix Park, Dublin, 1882

Background imageImages Dated 9th July 2004: American Indians. The American Indian Rising. Pine Ridge Age

American Indians. The American Indian Rising. Pine Ridge Age
View of the school house, the Agents house, office and police barracks, workshop and church on the reservation where the Sioux lived

Background imageImages Dated 9th July 2004: Benjamin Disraeli and the Conservative Party at the Carlton

Benjamin Disraeli and the Conservative Party at the Carlton
Engraving of Benjamin Disraeli (1804-1881) (front right) in discussion with members of the Conservative Party at the Carlton Club

Background imageImages Dated 9th July 2004: Stanley Baldwin, 1st Earl Baldwin of Bewdley, and his Family

Stanley Baldwin, 1st Earl Baldwin of Bewdley, and his Family
Photograph of Stanley Baldwin (1867-1947), Conservative Politician and Prime Minister (bottom left), and his family (clockwise from top left) Hon. Mrs. Howard, Mrs. Stanley Baldwin, Mrs

Background imageImages Dated 9th July 2004: Catherine Gladstone, (1812-1900)

Catherine Gladstone, (1812-1900)
Photographic portrait of Catherine Gladstone (nee Glynne), the wife of William Ewart Gladstone, the English Liberal statesman

Background imageImages Dated 9th July 2004: Zulu war. Dinizulus slovenly kraal at Usutu. Dinizulu being

Zulu war. Dinizulus slovenly kraal at Usutu. Dinizulu being
Dinizulu was put on trial in Pietermaritzburg in January 1908

Background imageImages Dated 9th July 2004: American Indians. One of Sitting Bulls Wives

American Indians. One of Sitting Bulls Wives
Portrait of Sioux woman

Background imageImages Dated 9th July 2004: Spencer Cavendish, Marquis of Hartingdon (1833-1908)

Spencer Cavendish, Marquis of Hartingdon (1833-1908)
Engraving of Spencer Compton Cavendish, Marquis of Hartington and 8th Duke of Devonshire, pictured in 1880. Cavendish was an English politician who served the Liberal party in various positions

Background imageImages Dated 9th July 2004: Charles Bradlaugh MP at the Bar of the House of Commons, 188

Charles Bradlaugh MP at the Bar of the House of Commons, 188
Engraving showing Charles Bradlaugh MP (1833-1891) at the bar of the House of Commons in 1880. Bradlaugh was a social reformer, elected as MP for Northampton in 1880

Background imageImages Dated 9th July 2004: Monocled Glasgow University Undergraduates, 1926

Monocled Glasgow University Undergraduates, 1926
Photograph of some of the 2000 undergraduates who welcomed Sir Austen Chamberlain to Glasgow for his installation as Lord Rector. Date: 1926

Background imageImages Dated 9th July 2004: W. E. Gladstones Cabinet of August 1892

W. E. Gladstones Cabinet of August 1892
Engraving showing the first meeting of Gladstones new Cabinet Council, 1892. Those illustrated are: Top row, left to right: Mr. Henry Fowler, Mr. Shaw-Lefevre, Mr

Background imageImages Dated 9th July 2004: Herbert Henry Asquith MP, (1852-1928)

Herbert Henry Asquith MP, (1852-1928)
Photographic portrait of H.H. Asquith, 1st Earl of Oxford & Asquith; this English statesman served as QC, Liberal MP for East Fife and Paisley and became Prime Minister in 1908

Background imageImages Dated 9th July 2004: American Indians. The peaceful extinction of the red indian

American Indians. The peaceful extinction of the red indian
In all their war paint, Chiefs of the vanishing Sioux tribe. The Sioux were originally the principle tribe in Dakota. By 1851 they had lost nearly all of their land

Background imageImages Dated 9th July 2004: John Bright MP, (1811-1889)

John Bright MP, (1811-1889)
Portrait of John Bright, the English orator and radical politician. As well as serving as MP for Durham and Manchester he was also appointed President of the Board of Trade

Background imageImages Dated 9th July 2004: American Indians. Iroquois Chief

American Indians. Iroquois Chief
The Iroqois, or Mohawks, are an Indian tribe of North America, formerly known also under the name of Mengwe, or six nations, inhabiting the country between Montreal and Lake Ontario

Background imageImages Dated 9th July 2004: American Indians. Salmon eaters of British Columbia

American Indians. Salmon eaters of British Columbia
American Indians cooking or drying salmon on a wooden frame over a camp fire

Background imageImages Dated 9th July 2004: American Indians. The threatened rising of American Indians

American Indians. The threatened rising of American Indians
Group of American Indians in a mixture of traditional and European dress, boy in foreground holding a bow and arrow, on the right the Chief in feathered head dress holding a rifle



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