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  • THE INDIAN MUTINY 1857-1859

    THE INDIAN MUTINY 1857-1859

    part of "LANYON OWEN MORTIMER (LIEUTENANT COLONEL) COLLECTION" (photographs)

    Q 112121

    Aftermath of the Siege of Lucknow. La Martiniere College, the first objective to be recaptured on 14 November 1857 by British forces under the command of Sir Colin Campbell during the Relief of Lucknow.

  • BERLIN: THE CAPTURE AND AFTERMATH OF WAR 1945-1947

    BERLIN: THE CAPTURE AND AFTERMATH OF WAR 1945-1947

    part of "WAR OFFICE SECOND WORLD WAR OFFICIAL COLLECTION" (photographs) Made by: No 5 Army Film & Photographic Unit

    BU 8635

    British and Russian soldiers on the balcony of the Chancellery, the spot from which Hitler made many of his speeches.

  • THE WOMEN'S LAND ARMY DURING THE FIRST WORLD WAR

    THE WOMEN'S LAND ARMY DURING THE FIRST WORLD WAR

    part of "HONE E J (CAPT) & HOTCHEN (NEE GRIGG) D K (MRS)" (photographs) 1917

    HU 62711

    Chequers Court, Ellesborough, Buckinghamshire, c 1917.

  • BERLIN: THE CAPTURE AND AFTERMATH OF WAR 1945-1947

    BERLIN: THE CAPTURE AND AFTERMATH OF WAR 1945-1947

    part of "WAR OFFICE SECOND WORLD WAR OFFICIAL COLLECTION" (photographs) Made by: No 5 Army Film & Photographic Unit

    BU 8922

    The burnt-out Reichstag building forming a backdrop for a presentation of medals by Field Marshal Montgomery to Soviet officers.

  • HISTORY OF THE IMPERIAL WAR MUSEUM: THE BETHLEM ROYAL HOSPITAL

    HISTORY OF THE IMPERIAL WAR MUSEUM: THE BETHLEM ROYAL HOSPITAL

    part of "IMPERIAL WAR MUSEUM PHOTOGRAPH ARCHIVE COLLECTION" (photographs)

    Q 82924

    A copy of a 19th century print showing the exterior of the Bethlem Royal Hospital at Lambeth Road, London. The building subsequently became the home of the Imperial War Museum in 1936. The picture shows the two large wings to either side of the main...

  • TEMPORARY HOUSING IN BRITAIN AFTER THE SECOND WORLD WAR

    TEMPORARY HOUSING IN BRITAIN AFTER THE SECOND WORLD WAR

    part of "MINISTRY OF WORKS OFFICIAL COLLECTION" (photographs) Made by: Ministry of Works official photographer

    (MOW) T 61476

    A typical prefabricated bungalow.

  • COLONY FOR ARTISTS UNDER SIX: EVACUEES TO DARTINGTON HALL, TOTNES, DEVON, ENGLAND, 1941.

    COLONY FOR ARTISTS UNDER SIX: EVACUEES TO DARTINGTON HALL, TOTNES, DEVON, ENGLAND, 1941.

    part of "MINISTRY OF INFORMATION SECOND WORLD WAR OFFICIAL COLLECTION" (photographs) Made by: Ministry of Information Photo Division Photographer

    D 3098

    Children evacuated from London and Kent to Dartington Hall in Totnes, Devon leave the Medieval courtyard of Dartington for a nature walk in the countryside surrounding the estate.

  • COLONY FOR ARTISTS UNDER SIX: EVACUEES TO DARTINGTON HALL, TOTNES, DEVON, ENGLAND, 1941.

    COLONY FOR ARTISTS UNDER SIX: EVACUEES TO DARTINGTON HALL, TOTNES, DEVON, ENGLAND, 1941.

    part of "MINISTRY OF INFORMATION SECOND WORLD WAR OFFICIAL COLLECTION" (photographs) Made by: Ministry of Information Photo Division Photographer

    D 3097

    Children evacuated to Dartington Hall in Devon return to their billet after a walk in the countryside. Behind the children, part of the Fourteenth Century Great Hall at Dartington can be seen. The Hall and other parts of the Medieval estate were...

  • POST WAR PLANNING AND RECONSTRUCTION IN BRITAIN, 1956

    POST WAR PLANNING AND RECONSTRUCTION IN BRITAIN, 1956

    part of "MINISTRY OF WORKS OFFICIAL COLLECTION" (photographs) Made by: Ministry of Works official photographer

    (MOW) T 65361

    Sir William Holford's model for the proposed redevelopment of the area around St Paul's Cathedral in London. This area sustained heavy bomb damage during the Second World War.

  • THE INDIAN MUTINY 1857-1859

    THE INDIAN MUTINY 1857-1859

    part of "VICTORIA CROSS WINNERS PRE 1914: A - Z" (photographs)

    Q 80542

    Aftermath of the Siege of Cawnpore, showing the restored well at the Bibi-Ghar (the House of the Ladies). The massacre of more than 200 British women and children which took place there on 15th July 1857 was one of the worst atrocities of the Mutiny.

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