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Images Dated 17th August 2021

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Passage of the Issel (Ijssel), a river which runs through Germany and the Netherlands Featured 17 Aug 2021 Image

Passage of the Issel (Ijssel), a river which runs through Germany and the Netherlands

Passage of the Issel (Ijssel), a river which runs through Germany and the Netherlands, by British troops, winter of 1794-1795, during the French Revolutionary Wars. Date: 1794

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King George II at the Battle of Dettingen, Electorate of Mainz Featured 17 Aug 2021 Image

King George II at the Battle of Dettingen, Electorate of Mainz

King George II at the Battle of Dettingen, Electorate of Mainz, Holy Roman Empire (present-day Bavaria, Germany), 27 June 1743, part of the War of the Austrian Succession (1740-1748). This was the last time a reigning British monarch led troops in battle. Date: 1743

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William Thompson's fight off Poole, Dorset, 30 May 1695 Featured 17 Aug 2021 Image

William Thompson's fight off Poole, Dorset, 30 May 1695

William Thompson's fight off Poole, Dorset, 30 May 1695. Thompson was a local fisherman whose fishing boat was fired on by a French privateer near the Isle of Purbeck. Although outnumbered 3 to 16, and with few weapons, he defended himself bravely for two hours, and wounded some of the French aggressors. The French ship finally got into difficulties and Thompson took control, sailed her into Poole and received a reward from the Lords of the Admiralty. Date: 1695

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