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Hun Troops In Battle At Chalons Featured Print

Hun Troops In Battle At Chalons

Huns, under the command of Attila (406 - 453), ride into battle armed with fierce expressions backed by spears and maces, Chalons, France, 451. Among their victims are a naked baby and a woman with bound hands. Illustration by A. de Neuville. (Kean Collection/Getty Images)

© 2004 Getty Images

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King Constantine of Greece as a leopard ridden by Venizelos Featured Print

King Constantine of Greece as a leopard ridden by Venizelos

Venizelos, Greek statesman who supported Allies while king Constantine backed Germany pictured riding on a leopard representing the prevaricating King Constantine ('Tino'). In the leopard's mouth is a puppet of King Ferdinand of Bulgaria. Date: October 1915

© Mary Evans Picture Library

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Officers sword, 51st Foot Featured Print

Officers sword, 51st Foot

Officers sword, 51st Foot, 1809 (c); blade is curved, flat backed, unfullered with a spear point, and is double edged for the last 10 in; steel stirrup guard; steel hilt mounts and shield-shaped langets; wooden grip, covered with fish skin or sharkskin with three ornamental rivets; the 51st became light infantry in 1809 and, like other elite regiments, adopted their own pattern for field and flank company officers; this sword belonged to Lt Benjamin Buck Hawley, aide de camp to Lord Hill at Waterloo, who joined the regiment in 1807. Associated with the Napoleonic Wars, Waterloo (1815). Sword, infantry officer Date: circa 1809

© The National Army Museum / Mary Evans Picture Library