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Images Dated 1st January 1906

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Background imageImages Dated 1st January 1906: First Parliamentary Labour (Socialist) Party gathered

First Parliamentary Labour (Socialist) Party gathered
The first Parliamentary Labour (Socialist) Party gathered on the terrace of the House of Commons, London, 1906. Ramsay Macdonald is seated third from the left, then Arthur Henderson and next to him

Background imageImages Dated 1st January 1906: Indians attacking train

Indians attacking train
North American Indians who have left their Reservation, attacking a train on the South Pacific Railroad, Arizona. From " Le Petit Journal", Paris, 25 February, 1906

Background imageImages Dated 1st January 1906: Censorship of German Press, 1906

Censorship of German Press, 1906
Censorship of the German Press, 1906. The more serious the life, the clearer the art. A shackled cartoonist and his captors

Background imageImages Dated 1st January 1906: First Moroccan Crisis 1905 - 1906

First Moroccan Crisis 1905 - 1906: The Moroccan delegation led by Sidi Mohammed ben Larbi Torres, arriving for the Algeciras Conference on the colonial status of Morocco, 16 January to 7 April 1906

Background imageImages Dated 1st January 1906: Advertisement (billhead) for Clarnico Cocoa, Charles Brint, teas, groceries and provisions

Advertisement (billhead) for Clarnico Cocoa, Charles Brint, teas, groceries and provisions, Woodhouse, 1906
From an original at Sheffield Libraries: y13999

Background imageImages Dated 1st January 1906: Members of British Labour Party in 1906

Members of British Labour Party in 1906
Members of the British Labour Party in, 1906. Second from left is (James) Ramsay Macdonald ( 1866 - 1937) the first British Labour prime minister, and centre is (James) Kier Hardy (1856 - 1915)

Background imageImages Dated 1st January 1906: Birds Eye View Of Waterfront

Birds Eye View Of Waterfront, Boston, Mass. Docks And Harbor, With Sail And Steam Vessels, Including Side Wheelers. Circa 1906, Us, USA, America

Background imageImages Dated 1st January 1906: Trade Disputes Act 1906

Trade Disputes Act 1906: In 1901 the House of Lords upheld the Taff Vale Judgment which ruled that trade unions could be sued for damages caused by their officials

Background imageImages Dated 1st January 1906: Trade Disputes Act 1906

Trade Disputes Act 1906: In 1901 the House of Lords upheld the Taff Vale Judgment which ruled that trade unions could be sued for damages caused by their officials

Background imageImages Dated 1st January 1906: Arthur Balfour (1849 - 1920)

Arthur Balfour (1849 - 1920) British Conservative statesman, defending the House of Lords against the Liberal Prime Minister, Henry Campbell - Bannerman (1836 - 1908)

Background imageImages Dated 1st January 1906: David Lloyd George with baby stroller

David Lloyd George with baby stroller
David Lloyd George, Chancellor the Exchequer, wheeling his budget to the House of Commons. The Prime Minister, Herbert Asquith, in the guise of a policeman

Background imageImages Dated 1st January 1906: Woman driver at wheel of 1906 Crossley

Woman driver at wheel of 1906 Crossley
Woman driver at the wheel of a 1906 Crossley. Photograph

Background imageImages Dated 1st January 1906: Woman whispering in ear of Russian executioner

Woman whispering in ear of Russian executioner
New Counsels: Woman whispering in the ear of the Russian executioner not to shoot the prisoner tied to the stake, saying " Your enemies are behind you", namely the Church

Background imageImages Dated 1st January 1906: Nicholas II (1868 - 1919) Tsar of Russia from 1894

Nicholas II (1868 - 1919) Tsar of Russia from 1894, dwarfed by the awakening of the Russian people. Cartoon from " L Assiette au Buerre", Paris, 10 February 1906

Background imageImages Dated 1st January 1906: Unrest in Russia, Isolation of Tsar

Unrest in Russia, Isolation of Tsar
Unrest in Russia. Isolation of the Tsar. Exploding official telling the Tsar that everything in Russia is quiet. On 15 September the government ordered any means to be used to maintain public order

Background imageImages Dated 1st January 1906: Waking giant, Increasing unrest in Russia

Waking giant, Increasing unrest in Russia
The waking giant. Increasing unrest in Russia. Cartoon from L Assiette au Buerre", Paris, 10 February 1906

Background imageImages Dated 1st January 1906: President Theodore Roosevelt 1906

President Theodore Roosevelt 1906

Background imageImages Dated 1st January 1906: Family Portrait of Theodore Roosevelt, 1906

Family Portrait of Theodore Roosevelt, 1906


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