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Images Dated 9th April 2019

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Choose from 56 pictures in our Images Dated 9th April 2019 collection for your Wall Art or Photo Gift. Popular choices include Framed Photos, Canvas Prints, Posters and Jigsaw Puzzles. All professionally made for quick delivery.


WW1 - German Humorous Postcard - Counter-intelligence Featured 9 Apr 2019 Print

WW1 - German Humorous Postcard - Counter-intelligence

WW1 - German Humorous Postcard - Counter-intelligence. A German soldier takes a tactical approach to chatting to a pretty young nurse in a train carriage, shielding himself with his great coat to prevent the young lady's Mother overhearing their flirtatious discussions! Date: 1917

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The Great Docks Strike of 1912 - Scene at Grays, Essex Featured 9 Apr 2019 Print

The Great Docks Strike of 1912 - Scene at Grays, Essex

The Great Docks (Docker's) Strike of 1912 - Scene at a Demonstration at Grays, Essex. The pre-war era witnessed massive industrial unrest as dockers, transport workers, miners and other workers pressed for higher wages and better conditions. The strike wave only ended with the outbreak of war in 1914. The banner is for The Amalgamated Society of Watermen, Lightermen and Bargemen, a trade union founded in 1889. The march is passing The Empire Theatre on the High Street, Grays. Date: 1912

Teddy Roosevelt offering his hand for a handshake Featured 9 Apr 2019 Print

Teddy Roosevelt offering his hand for a handshake

"Dee-lighted" (to meet you). Theodore Roosevelt (1858-1919) - President of the United States of America between 1901 and 1909 had a charisma about him that was described by one as After you met Roosevelt, you needed to wring the personality out of your clothes. Because of public demand to meet the great TR, on New Years Day, 1907, The Roosevelts held an open house where the public could shake hands with the President. By the end of the day, Roosevelt had shaken the hands of 8,510 people, setting a new Guinness World record. That record would hold until July of 1977 over 70 years. This postcard commemorates this fine event! Date: 1907