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The Battle of Trafalgar, H.M.S. Victory breaks the line Featured 2005 Image

The Battle of Trafalgar, H.M.S. Victory breaks the line

Illustration showing the moment during the Battle of Trafalgar, 21 October 1805, that HMS Victory broke through the enemy line and also the moment of Nelson's mortal wounding. It shows the positions of the ships, Ajax, Santissima Trinidad, Bucentaure, Victory and the Redoubtable

© Illustrated London News Ltd/Mary Evans

07, 1805, 1897, 21, 23, Ajax, Battle, Breaks, Broke, Bucentaure, Dec, Enemy, Historical, History, Hms, Illustration, Iln, Import, Line, Moment, Mortal, October, Positions, Redoubtable, Santissima, Ships, Showing, Shows, Trafalgar, Trinidad, Victory, Wounding

Fante Soldiers serving with the British against the Ashanti Featured 2005 Image

Fante Soldiers serving with the British against the Ashanti

Soldiers from the Fante tribe who served under the British in their war against the Ashanti empire on the Gold Coast. In 1873, after decades of an uneasy relationship between the British and the Acing people of central Ghana, the British attacked and virtually destroyed the Asanti capital of Kumasi, and officially declared Ghana a crown colony on 24 July 1874. They did this with the help of their alliances with tribes such as the Fante who were enemies of the Ashanti

© Illustrated London News Ltd/Mary Evans

Grafiti Wall, Belfast, 1973 Featured 2005 Image

Grafiti Wall, Belfast, 1973

?Graf?ti Wall?, Belfast, 1973 - Oil on board, by Ralph Lillford, 1973. Associated with Northern Ireland (1969-2007). During ?the Troubles?, Belfast street walls became a place for rival sectarian graf?ti, often painted layer upon layer. A form of psychological warfare which also demonstrated control of terrain, the slogans were often directed at the British Army, exhorting them to ?go home?, or else boasted of paramilitary loyalties, such as ?Provos Rule?. Periodically the Army would drive past these walls and throw paint bombs at the slogans. The soldier wears a fragmentation vest, commonly known as a flak jacket, over DPM (disruptive pattern material) jacket and trousers. He wears his visor up on his helmet and carries an anti-riot shield. Date: 1974

© The National Army Museum / Mary Evans Picture Library