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Choose from 164 pictures in our Y collection for your Wall Art or Photo Gift. Popular choices include Framed Prints, Canvas Prints, Posters and Jigsaw Puzzles. All professionally made for quick delivery.


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ANTI-WAR CARTOON, 1917. 'Having Their Fling.' American cartoon by Art Young, 1917

ANTI-WAR CARTOON, 1917.
'Having Their Fling.' American cartoon by Art Young, 1917, satirizing the pro-war enthusiasm of the press, big business, politicians and the clergy following the entry of the United States into World War I, depicted here as a symphony conducted by Satan (above)

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1917, America, American, Capitalism, Cartoon, Clergy, Conducting, Conductor, Early, Evil, Greed, Men, Money, Movement, Music, Pacifist, Political Action, Press, Pro War, Satan, Satire, Statesman, World War I, Young

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Apollo 16 exploration of the Moon, 1972

Apollo 16 exploration of the Moon. Panoramic image of the landing site of Apollo 16, the fifth and penultimate mission of the US Apollo space program, which put 12 men on the moon between 1969 and 1972. The Apollo 16 mission was launched on 16 April 1972. The lunar module (Orion) landed on the Moon five days later in the Descartes Highlands. The crew conducted three sorties (20 hours and 14 minutes), with this electric lunar roving vehicle allowing them to travel up to 10 kilometres away. This panoramic image is a montage of images taken by Apollo 16's crew. The two astronauts exploring the Moon's surface were Charles Duke and John Young

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Apollo 16 astronauts

Apollo 16 astronauts. Original film strip showing three photographs taken by US astronauts on NASA's Apollo 16 mission to the Moon. Apollo 16 was the fifth Apollo mission to land on the Moon. It launched on 16 April 1972. The lunar landing took place on 21 April 1972. John W. Young (bottom picture, jumping and saluting flag), and Charles Duke (top two pictures, saluting flag) landed in the Descartes Highlands in the lunar module Orion (left). They spent 71 hours there, testing their lunar rover (also at left), and collecting samples of Moon rock. Thomas Ken Mattingly remained in orbit in the command module. There were eleven manned Apollo missions, from 1968-1972. A total of 12 US astronauts walked on the Moon

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