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Alaric II - KIng of the Visigoths - Spain Featured 7 Oct 2011 Print

Alaric II - KIng of the Visigoths - Spain

Alaric II (484-507) - The Eighth KIng of the Visigoths in Spain. Fought Clovis in the Battle of Vouille (near Poitiers) and was defeated, with Alaric being slain by Clovis himself (according to the writing of Gregory of Tours). Date: circa 507 AD

© Mary Evans Picture Library

2nd, Alaric, Alarich, Alaricolion, Alaricus, Alarik, Cape, Cloak, Eighth, Goth, Goths, Ii, King, Laurel, Leader, Royal, Royalty, Ruler, Skin, Spain, Spanish, Visigoth, Visigoths, Wreath

Allied troops on the advance to Damascus, WW1 Featured 7 Oct 2011 Print

Allied troops on the advance to Damascus, WW1

Troops of the Australian Mounted Division, together with Indian soldiers, at Jisr Benat Yakub (the Bridge of the Daughters of Jacob), south of Lake Huleh (Hula), on the advance to Damascus during the First World War. The bridge had been damaged by the enemy and had to be repaired before they could continue. Date: circa 27 September 1918

© Imperial War Museum/Robert Hunt Library/Mary Evans

Surrender of Jerusalem to British, Palestine, WW1 Featured 7 Oct 2011 Print

Surrender of Jerusalem to British, Palestine, WW1

The surrender of Jerusalem to the British, on the Lifta-Jerusalem Road, during the First World War. The Mayor of Jerusalem, Hussein Salim Al-Husseini, stands at the centre (with walking stick). To his immediate right is Sergeant Frederick Hurcomb, and further to his right is Sergeant James Sedgewick, both of the 2/19th Battalion of the London Regiment, 60th Division. A man at the back holds a white flag. The sergeants were taken by surprise, and refused to take the offered surrender document; fortunately Brigadier-General CF Watson, commanding the 180th Infantry Brigade, entered the town, and accepted the document. Date: 9 December 1917

© Imperial War Museum/Robert Hunt Library/Mary Evans