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"The Last Stand of the Imperial Guards at Waterloo: A testament to unwavering loyalty and bravery in the face of a formidable enemy

Background imageEnemy Collection: A large Rajasaurus roars in an attempt to scare two Indosuchus away from their kill

A large Rajasaurus roars in an attempt to scare two Indosuchus away from their kill
A large Rajasaurus bellows in an attempt to intimidate two Indosuchus dinosaurs away from a dead Titanosaurus. A pack of small Compsosuchus watch while they eat scraps of meat in the foreground

Background imageEnemy Collection: Labocania attacking a Magnapaulia dinosaur

Labocania attacking a Magnapaulia dinosaur
Labocania attacking a Magnapaulia. The tyrannosaurid stumbled and fell, allowing the lambeosaurine to escape

Background imageEnemy Collection: The Last Stand of the Imperial Guards at Waterloo

The Last Stand of the Imperial Guards at Waterloo. General Hill calling on upon the Enemy to Surrender.Print by Riddle and Goughman after the painting by Robert Hillingford

Background imageEnemy Collection: German propaganda poster, U Boote Heraus!, WW1

German propaganda poster, U Boote Heraus!, WW1
A German propaganda poster, U Boote Heraus! (U Boats Launch!), showing a submarine officer looking through a periscope with a sinking torpedoed enemy ship in the background

Background imageEnemy Collection: Scharnhorst, German battleship

Scharnhorst, German battleship (battle cruiser). Date: 1936

Background imageEnemy Collection: Captain Noel Godfrey Chavasse, VC

Captain Noel Godfrey Chavasse, VC
Captain Noel G. Chavasse was Medical Officer to the 1/ 10th Battalion of the Kings Liverpool Regiment during the First World War

Background imageEnemy Collection: Sixth Column Strategy

Sixth Column Strategy
Stout patriots dislodge an enemy machine gun post from the dome of St. Pauls using the usual Heath Robinson cunning! Please note

Background imageEnemy Collection: A Miner Success by Bruce Bairnsfather, WW1 cartoon

A Miner Success by Bruce Bairnsfather, WW1 cartoon
" They must ave ad some good news or somethin, Alf; you can ear em cheerin quite plain." Two British Tommies, Bill and Alf

Background imageEnemy Collection: Propaganda poster: careless talk costs lives

Propaganda poster: careless talk costs lives
Second world war propaganda poster warning people that careless talk costs lives. Tell nobody -- not even her

Background imageEnemy Collection: The Battle of Trafalgar, H. M. S. Victory breaks the line

The Battle of Trafalgar, H. M. S. Victory breaks the line
Illustration showing the moment during the Battle of Trafalgar, 21 October 1805, that HMS Victory broke through the enemy line and also the moment of Nelsons mortal wounding

Background imageEnemy Collection: Rejected by the Inventions Board IX - Heath Robinson

Rejected by the Inventions Board IX - Heath Robinson
The Pilsener Pump for tapping the enemys beer; another hilariously convoluted contraption to foil the enemy during World War I from William Heath Robinson

Background imageEnemy Collection: RAF Bristol Blenheim Fighter-Bombers; Second World War, 19

RAF Bristol Blenheim Fighter-Bombers; Second World War, 19
Illustration showing three Royal Air Force Bristol Blenheim mark IV fighter-bomber-reconnaissance airplanes over enemy territory in 1941

Background imageEnemy Collection: Bristol 156 Beaufighter -flown by Coastal Command with

Bristol 156 Beaufighter -flown by Coastal Command with torpedo and rocket projectile armament The type proved lethally effective against enemy shipping

Background imageEnemy Collection: The Sortie Made by the Garrison of Gibraltar, 1789. Creator: John Trumbull

The Sortie Made by the Garrison of Gibraltar, 1789. Creator: John Trumbull
The Sortie Made by the Garrison of Gibraltar, 1789

Background imageEnemy Collection: Cartoon, Mermaids and U-Boats, WW1

Cartoon, Mermaids and U-Boats, WW1
Cartoon, Mermaids and U-Boats. Two mermaids and two fish are disturbed by a German U-boat which has a face like a shark. Date: 1917

Background imageEnemy Collection: WW2 Memorabilia - Damaged Cafe informing suppliers

WW2 Memorabilia - Damaged Cafe informing suppliers
WW2 Home Front Memorabilia - Damaged Cafe Colette of Swallow Street, London sending information on a printed card to inform suppliers that (likely due to Bomb damage)

Background imageEnemy Collection: The Subzeppmarinellin by Heath Robinson, WW1 cartoon

The Subzeppmarinellin by Heath Robinson, WW1 cartoon
The subzeppmarinellin for making sure of your enemy. All bases covered with this combined submarine and zeppelin from the imagination of William Heath Robinson during the First World War. Date: c.1916

Background imageEnemy Collection: No enemy sub will dare lift its eye if you lend your Zeiss o

No enemy sub will dare lift its eye if you lend your Zeiss or Bausch & Lomb binoculars to the Navy pack carefully, include your name and address : send to Naval Observatory Washington D.C

Background imageEnemy Collection: Americans Land D-Day

Americans Land D-Day
American troops under enemy fire wading through the sea to land on the beaches of Normandy, France

Background imageEnemy Collection: Card commemorating Graf Spee destruction, WW2

Card commemorating Graf Spee destruction, WW2
Card commemorating the destruction of the German cruiser, Admiral Graf Spee, on 13 December 1939 by HMS Exeter, Ajax and Achilles following the Battle of the River Plate. Date: 1939

Background imageEnemy Collection: Keep Mum - The World Has Ears. American World War II poster for the Thirteenth Naval District of

Keep Mum - The World Has Ears. American World War II poster for the Thirteenth Naval District of the U. S
WORLD WAR II POSTER, c1942. Keep Mum - The World Has Ears. American World War II poster for the Thirteenth Naval District of the U.S. Navy, c1942, warning against the dangers of careless talk

Background imageEnemy Collection: Irish soldier in a trench, Mesopotamia, WW1

Irish soldier in a trench, Mesopotamia, WW1
A soldier with the Royal Irish Fusiliers (Faugh-a-Ballagh) in a trench in Mesopotamia (now Iraq), teases a Turkish sniper by raising a pith helmet on his rifle during the First World War

Background imageEnemy Collection: Careless Talk Costs Lives - WWII poster

Careless Talk Costs Lives - WWII poster
Poster warning of the dangers of gossiping and inadvertently giving away national secrets to the enemy during World War Two

Background imageEnemy Collection: Painting in Cossack Museum, Zaporozhye, Ukraine

Painting in Cossack Museum, Zaporozhye, Ukraine
A painting in the Cossack Museum on Khortytsaya Island, Zaporozhye, Ukraine, depicting an Ottoman enemy (possibly the Sultan) making a proclamation, probably a 17th century event

Background imageEnemy Collection: Shrunken Head - Brazil

Shrunken Head - Brazil
A shrunken head - a prized trophy of an indigenous tribe from Brazil

Background imageEnemy Collection: A Cat and Dog Life by George Studdy

A Cat and Dog Life by George Studdy
Bonzo finds that sharing life with the household cat bears out the old phrase - a cat-and-dog life. Bonzo, the cartoon canine creation of artist George Studdy in The Sketch

Background imageEnemy Collection: Captain Charles Upham

Captain Charles Upham
Portrait of double VC winner, Captain Charles Upham (). Born in New Zealand, Upham was a sheep farmer who distinguished himself during World War Two on two occasions

Background imageEnemy Collection: American Troops landing on D-Day; Second World War, 1944

American Troops landing on D-Day; Second World War, 1944
Photograph showing American troops storming one of the Normandy beaches on D-Day, 6 June 1944. This image shows the first tanks charging through the water to the shore

Background imageEnemy Collection: World War Two information poster

World War Two information poster
A poster from the Second World War advisting the public to keep quiet to avoid inadvertently passing information to the enemy

Background imageEnemy Collection: Bulgaria / Sword Custom

Bulgaria / Sword Custom
When his troops take Mustapha- Pacha from the Turks, Tsar Ferdinand tramples the enemy flags, and the name of the town is changed to - guess what ? - Ferdinandovo

Background imageEnemy Collection: Lake Submarine / Diver

Lake Submarine / Diver
A diver from a " Simon Lake" submarine placing a mine in channels used by enemy ship 2 of 2

Background imageEnemy Collection: The King of Brobdingnag and Gulliver, published by Hannah Humphrey in 1803

The King of Brobdingnag and Gulliver, published by Hannah Humphrey in 1803
NCO190175 The King of Brobdingnag and Gulliver, published by Hannah Humphrey in 1803 (hand-coloured etching) by Gillray, James (1757-1815); Courtesy of the Warden and Scholars of New College

Background imageEnemy Collection: Bulldog and Union Jack

Bulldog and Union Jack
Now then, what about it ? Standing beside the Union Jack, a British bulldog defies the enemy, Date: 1915

Background imageEnemy Collection: Richard Dies at Bosworth

Richard Dies at Bosworth
Richard III is killed at the Battle of Bosworth, and the crown passes to his enemy, Henry, Duke of Richmond (Henry VII)

Background imageEnemy Collection: Siege of Lucknow

Siege of Lucknow
Lieutenant Macpherson leads a a charge by the 78th Highlanders to capture enemy guns at Lucknow. He was awarded the Victoria Cross

Background imageEnemy Collection: William Heath Robinson drawing showing soldiers unaware of the camouflaged famous Stonehenge

William Heath Robinson drawing showing soldiers unaware of the camouflaged famous Stonehenge moving around in Wiltshire. Date: 1941

Background imageEnemy Collection: Queen Margaret placing a paper crown on the head of the Duke of York, c1450-c1460 (18th century()

Queen Margaret placing a paper crown on the head of the Duke of York, c1450-c1460 (18th century(?)). Artist: Brown
Queen Margaret placing a paper crown on the head of the Duke of York, c1450-c1460 (18th century(?)). Margaret of Anjou (1430-1482), Queen Consort of Henry VI of England with Richard Plantagenet

Background imageEnemy Collection: Gneisenau, German battleship

Gneisenau, German battleship
Gneisenau, German Scharnhorst-class battleship. Date: 1936

Background imageEnemy Collection: The Strongest by Fortunino Matania

The Strongest by Fortunino Matania
The Strongest, by Fortunino Matania, RI (1881-1963). One of the most accomplished realistic illustrators and artists of his time

Background imageEnemy Collection: Ankylosaurus dinosaurs defend themselves against a T-Rex

Ankylosaurus dinosaurs defend themselves against a T-Rex
A pair of Ankylosaurus herbivore dinosaurs defending themselves against a deadly carnivorous T.Rex during Earths Cretaceous Era

Background imageEnemy Collection: Tyrannosaurus Rex eats the carrion of a dead Triceratops

Tyrannosaurus Rex eats the carrion of a dead Triceratops
A Tyrannosaurus Rex eats the carrion of a dead Triceratops in prehistoric wetlands

Background imageEnemy Collection: Death, the grim reaper. Turkish army defeated by Cholera, not by enemy, approaching

Death, the grim reaper. Turkish army defeated by Cholera, not by enemy, approaching Luleburgaz in disorder: 100 deaths per day. Illustration from Le Petit Journal, Paris, 1 December 1912

Background imageEnemy Collection: When Germany Surrenders her U-Boats by Heath Robinson, WW1

When Germany Surrenders her U-Boats by Heath Robinson, WW1
Why not use the enemy craft for peaceful sport? Ramming rabbits in the Balearic Islands. An inventive suggestion from the ingenious mind of William Heath Robinson for German U-boats following the end

Background imageEnemy Collection: A raptor stalks a pair of grazing Europasaurus holgeri dinosaurs

A raptor stalks a pair of grazing Europasaurus holgeri dinosaurs

Background imageEnemy Collection: Turkish booby trap near Gaza, Palestine, WW1

Turkish booby trap near Gaza, Palestine, WW1
A Turkish booby trap, made to look inviting by the presence of food and drink, near Gaza, Palestine during the First World War. Date: September 1917

Background imageEnemy Collection: My Mistake by George Studdy

My Mistake by George Studdy
Bonzo, the comic canine creation of George Studdy zooms enthusiastically towards a mean looking cat and then casually walks by when he realises the cat is standing his ground

Background imageEnemy Collection: The Harley-Scope Mine-Detector by William Heath Robinson

The Harley-Scope Mine-Detector by William Heath Robinson
A crackpot invention dreamed up Heath Robinson, allowing a British machine to suspend a stethoscope wearing doctor over the ground, in an attempt to locate the snug dug outs of the German enemy

Background imageEnemy Collection: Dunkirk Evacuation

Dunkirk Evacuation
FRANCE : Beaten back by the German advance, the British evacuate mainland Europe via the beaches of DUNKIRK, under heavy attacks from the enemy



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"The Last Stand of the Imperial Guards at Waterloo: A testament to unwavering loyalty and bravery in the face of a formidable enemy. " "Scharnhorst, German battleship: The relentless adversary that challenged naval supremacy during World War II. " "Captain Noel Godfrey Chavasse, VC: An extraordinary hero who fearlessly confronted the enemy on countless battlefields. " "The Battle of Trafalgar, H. M. S. Victory breaks the line: Admiral Lord Nelson's strategic brilliance against a formidable foe reshaped naval warfare forever. " "Sixth Column Strategy: Unconventional tactics employed by resourceful fighters to outwit their enemies and turn the tide of war. " "A Miner Success by Bruce Bairnsfather, WW1 cartoon: Shedding light on the indomitable spirit of soldiers finding humor amidst adversity while facing an unforgiving adversary. " "Propaganda poster: careless talk costs lives - reminding us how even seemingly harmless words can aid our enemies' cause during times of conflict. " "Rejected by the Inventions Board IX - Heath Robinson: The ingenious yet eccentric contraptions designed to outsmart an elusive enemy through unconventional means. " "The King of Brobdingnag and Gulliver, published by Hannah Humphrey in 1803: A literary masterpiece depicting power dynamics between giants and tiny adversaries, reflecting timeless struggles with formidable foes. "Bristol 156 Beaufighter - flown by Coastal Command with unmatched determination against enemy forces during World War II. " "The Sortie Made by the Garrison of Gibraltar, 1789. Creator John Trumbull captures a heroic moment when defenders stood united against overwhelming odds to protect their homeland from encroaching enemies. " "Cartoon Mermaids and U-Boats, WW1 - Illustrating how imagination combated reality as sailors faced unseen dangers beneath treacherous waters in their fight against submarine warfare.