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Respect Collection

"Respect: A Timeless Gesture of Honor and Unity" In a world divided by borders, cultures, and conflicts

Background imageRespect Collection: Pele of Brazil and Bobby Moore of England exchange shirts after the World Cup Group C

Pele of Brazil and Bobby Moore of England exchange shirts after the World Cup Group C game at the Estadio Jalisco in Guadalajara

Background imageRespect Collection: Praying Girl, Italian painting of 19th century. Artist: Roberto Ferruzzi

Praying Girl, Italian painting of 19th century. Artist: Roberto Ferruzzi
Praying Girl, Italian painting of 19th century. Ferruzzi, Roberto (1854-1944). Found in the collection of the M. Kroshitsky Art Museum, Sevastopol

Background imageRespect Collection: Pele of Brazil and Bobby Moore of England exchange shirts after the World Cup Group C

Pele of Brazil and Bobby Moore of England exchange shirts after the World Cup Group C game at the Estadio Jalisco in Guadalajara

Background imageRespect Collection: General Ulysses S. Grant amid his service during The American Civil War

General Ulysses S. Grant amid his service during The American Civil War

Background imageRespect Collection: Prince Albert Victor, Duke of Clarence and Avondale

Prince Albert Victor, Duke of Clarence and Avondale
Vintage engraving of Prince Albert Victor, Duke of Clarence and Avondale. 1864 to 14 January 1892, was the eldest son of Albert Edward, Prince of Wales (later King Edward VII)

Background imageRespect Collection: Homage to Delacroix, 1864 (oil on canvas)

Homage to Delacroix, 1864 (oil on canvas)
XIR74954 Homage to Delacroix, 1864 (oil on canvas) by Fantin-Latour, Ignace Henri Jean (1836-1904); 160x250 cm; Musee d Orsay, Paris, France; (add.info.: Fantin-Latour)

Background imageRespect Collection: Tomb of the Unknown Warrior, 1920

Tomb of the Unknown Warrior, 1920
Four sentries stand with heads bowed at the grave of the unknown soldier following the ceremony in Westminster Abbey on Armistice Day, 11 November 1920. 1920

Background imageRespect Collection: Painting of Union Army General Philip Sheridan

Painting of Union Army General Philip Sheridan

Background imageRespect Collection: California, West Hollywood along Sunset Boulevard, Barney's Beanery

California, West Hollywood along Sunset Boulevard, Barney's Beanery

Background imageRespect Collection: His Girl, The Huntsmans Meet. Creator: Victor Venner

His Girl, The Huntsmans Meet. Creator: Victor Venner
His Girl, The Huntsmans Meet

Background imageRespect Collection: Inebriates Express

Inebriates Express
Poster used by The Temperance Movement to promote sobriety with panels showing aspects of faith, hope, charity, truth and temperance published circa 1870. (Photo by Fotosearch/Getty Images)

Background imageRespect Collection: Frederic Chopin / Deathbed

Frederic Chopin / Deathbed
FREDERIC CHOPIN Polish musician on his deathbed

Background imageRespect Collection: Queen Anne of Cleves

Queen Anne of Cleves
Vintage coloured engraving from 1875 showing the costume of Queen Anne of Cleves the wife of King Henry VIII of England [b]View More:[/b] [url=http://www.istockphoto.com/file_search.php

Background imageRespect Collection: Tomb of the Unknown Warrior in Westminster Abbey

Tomb of the Unknown Warrior in Westminster Abbey
A Nameless Grave in Britains Valhalla - symbol of the supreme sacrifice of the Empires Manhood. People paying their respects at the grave of the unknown soldier, interred on Armistice Day

Background imageRespect Collection: Civil War portrait of Major General George Armstrong Custer

Civil War portrait of Major General George Armstrong Custer

Background imageRespect Collection: Seamen salute the resting place of USS Lexington

Seamen salute the resting place of USS Lexington
July 26, 2007 - Seamen salute as USS Kitty Hawk (CV-63) passes the final resting place of USS Lexington (CV-2). USS Kitty Hawk was passing the spot where USS Lexington sunk during the Battle of

Background imageRespect Collection: Vintage print of prominent Confederate Generals and Statesmen

Vintage print of prominent Confederate Generals and Statesmen
Vintage civil war print of General Robert E. Lee and other prominent Confederate Generals and Statesmen

Background imageRespect Collection: Robert E. Lee with eldest son and aide

Robert E. Lee with eldest son and aide
Portrait of General Robert E. Lee (center) and his aides-de-camp, Major General George Washington Custis Lee (left), who is his eldest son, and Colonel Walter Taylor (right). circa 1865

Background imageRespect Collection: Vintage American Civil War photo of Union Army General Philip Sheridan

Vintage American Civil War photo of Union Army General Philip Sheridan

Background imageRespect Collection: USA, VA, Arlington. Gravestones at Arlington National Cemetary

USA, VA, Arlington. Gravestones at Arlington National Cemetary

Background imageRespect Collection: Girl saying Grace but pet dog unwilling

Girl saying Grace but pet dog unwilling
" Fold Your hands Bob!" A pretty young girl says Grace, but is slightly affronted that her pet dog Bob is unwilling to join in and fold his paws together respectfully.... Date: circa 1910

Background imageRespect Collection: Florence Nightingales carriage at the seat of war

Florence Nightingales carriage at the seat of war
Born in Italy in 1820, she moved to England with her wealthy family and was educated at home by her father. Although it was not deemed suitable for ladies of Florences social standing to become

Background imageRespect Collection: Achelous and Naiads

Achelous and Naiads
The powerful river-god Achelous, indignant when five Maiaids fail to pay him proper respect, changes them into islands

Background imageRespect Collection: Disraeli / Victoria Visit

Disraeli / Victoria Visit
BENJAMIN DISRAELI Earl of Beaconsfield Meeting Queen Victoria at High Wycombe station on her visit to Hughenden, December 1877

Background imageRespect Collection: Alexander&jewish Priest

Alexander&jewish Priest
ALEXANDER THE GREAT in 331 BC and Jewish High Priest show mutual respect

Background imageRespect Collection: Remembrance day at Eldon Square, Newcastle, Tyne and Wear. 11th November 1962

Remembrance day at Eldon Square, Newcastle, Tyne and Wear. 11th November 1962

Background imageRespect Collection: Riders, horses and dogs on a New Year card

Riders, horses and dogs on a New Year card
Riders, horses and dogs in a country lane on a New Year card, with a lady riding sidesaddle. Date: circa 1890s

Background imageRespect Collection: Napoleon Meditating before the Tomb of Frederick II of Prussia in the crypt of the

Napoleon Meditating before the Tomb of Frederick II of Prussia in the crypt of the
XJF331763 Napoleon Meditating before the Tomb of Frederick II of Prussia in the crypt of the Garnisonkirche in Potsdam, c.1810 (engraving) by Ponce-Camus

Background imageRespect Collection: 'W. Troyon de Lausanne. A. Ehrenhoff. Fause Antiquité'. (c1850s). Creator: Fritz von Dardel. 'W

"W. Troyon de Lausanne. A. Ehrenhoff. Fause Antiquité". (c1850s). Creator: Fritz von Dardel. "W
"W. Troyon de Lausanne. A. Ehrenhoff. Fause Antiquite". A man bows deeply to another man in uniform. (c1850s)

Background imageRespect Collection: A Cheyenne Peyote leader, c1927. Creator: Edward Sheriff Curtis

A Cheyenne Peyote leader, c1927. Creator: Edward Sheriff Curtis
A Cheyenne Peyote leader, c1927. Man, three-quarter length, seated, facing left

Background imageRespect Collection: FIA World Rally Championship

FIA World Rally Championship
WRC Drivers and co-drivers observe a minute's silence at the podium in respect for Michael Park (GBR), who was killed in a tragic accident after his Peugeot hit a tree

Background imageRespect Collection: The Ceremony of Feudal Service, (c9th-10th century), 1890. Creator: Unknown

The Ceremony of Feudal Service, (c9th-10th century), 1890. Creator: Unknown
The Ceremony of Feudal Service, (c9th-10th century), 1890. Formal ceremony during Early Medieval period to create a bond between a lord and his fighting man, or vassal

Background imageRespect Collection: The Prussian flag before the Sultan of Morocco, 1780, (1936). Creator: Unknown

The Prussian flag before the Sultan of Morocco, 1780, (1936). Creator: Unknown
The Prussian flag before the Sultan of Morocco, 1780, (1936). Die Preussische Flagge Vor Dem Sultan Von Marokko, 1780. A Dutch captain named Klock lost his ship in a storm off the coast of Morocco

Background imageRespect Collection: Taiwan, Taipei, Songshan District, Street decorations outside Ciyou Temple

Taiwan, Taipei, Songshan District, Street decorations outside Ciyou Temple

Background imageRespect Collection: California, West Hollywood, State Social House

California, West Hollywood, State Social House

Background imageRespect Collection: George Galloway, British left-wing politician, at his desk

George Galloway, British left-wing politician, at his desk
George Galloway (b 1954), British left-wing politician, formerly a Labour MP, before founding the Respect Party. Seen here working at his desk. From 2001 Vice President of the Stop The War Coalition

Background imageRespect Collection: Field Gun outside the TJaegershof Restaurant

Field Gun outside the TJaegershof Restaurant
The restaurant has a small but interesting museum which is concerned with the activities nearby, including the St Sixtus Abbey

Background imageRespect Collection: The Flying Scotsman - which has just returned home from America

The Flying Scotsman - which has just returned home from America, is pictured here at Chinley, Derbyshire. It is enroute to British Rail Derby for an overhaul. 19th February 1973

Background imageRespect Collection: Bobby Charlton talks with Don Revie (Leeds United manager - centre

Bobby Charlton talks with Don Revie (Leeds United manager - centre) and Bill Shankly (Liverpool manager - right). Both managers greatly admire Bobby Charltons contribution to football

Background imageRespect Collection: Aretha Franklin pictured in London, in the summer of 1970

Aretha Franklin pictured in London, in the summer of 1970. Aretha Louise Franklin (born March 25, 1942) is an American singer, songwriter and musician

Background imageRespect Collection: Athlete Steve Cram Steve Cram with his coach Jimmy Hedley 16 August 1983

Athlete Steve Cram Steve Cram with his coach Jimmy Hedley 16 August 1983 circa

Background imageRespect Collection: The Queen observes a minutes silence - which she ordered - for the Falklands Task

The Queen observes a minutes silence - which she ordered - for the Falklands Task Force at the Trooping of the Colour ceremony with 1st Battalion Coldstream Guards, Horse Guards Parade, , London

Background imageRespect Collection: Three girls running along suburban sidewalk wearing fall weather coats and hats

Three girls running along suburban sidewalk wearing fall weather coats and hats
UNITED STATES - CIRCA 1930s: Three girls running along suburban sidewalk wearing fall weather coats and hats, carrying schoolbags

Background imageRespect Collection: New York Police Department car, NYPD, Manhattan, New York City, New York, USA

New York Police Department car, NYPD, Manhattan, New York City, New York, USA
USA, New York City, Manhattan, New York Police Department car, NYPD

Background imageRespect Collection: France, Nice, The War Memorial, Monument Aux Morts, Quai Rauba Capeu

France, Nice, The War Memorial, Monument Aux Morts, Quai Rauba Capeu

Background imageRespect Collection: Praying hands

Praying hands
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Background imageRespect Collection: The Grave of Charles Stewart Parnell, Irelands greatest leader, Dublin, 1896. Creator

The Grave of Charles Stewart Parnell, Irelands greatest leader, Dublin, 1896. Creator
The Grave of Charles Stewart Parnell, Irelands greatest leader, Dublin, 1896. From " Underwood and Underwood Publishers, New York-London-Toroto Canada-Ottawa Kansas."

Background imageRespect Collection: Visiting the Diocese, 1885, (1965). Creator: Pavel Osipovic Kovalevskij

Visiting the Diocese, 1885, (1965). Creator: Pavel Osipovic Kovalevskij
Visiting the Diocese, 1885, (1965). Russian peasants doff their caps and make way for a coach drawn by six horses. Painting in the State Tretyakov Gallery, Moscow



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"Respect: A Timeless Gesture of Honor and Unity" In a world divided by borders, cultures, and conflicts, there are moments that transcend all differences – moments where respect becomes the common language. One such moment was captured when Pele of Brazil and Bobby Moore of England exchanged shirts after an intense battle on the World Cup stage. In this simple act, they showcased not only their sportsmanship but also their deep admiration for each other's skills. Similarly, in an Italian painting from the 19th century by Roberto Ferruzzi, we see a praying girl with her hands folded in reverence. Her humble gesture reminds us that they are be found even in the smallest acts of faith. The notion extends beyond sports or art; it permeates history as well. General Ulysses S. Grant exemplified this during his service in The American Civil War – leading with honor and treating both allies and enemies alike with dignity. Even royalty understands the importance of respect. Prince Albert Victor, Duke of Clarence and Avondale paid homage to tradition while honoring fallen soldiers at the Tomb of the Unknown Warrior in 1920. This sacred place stands as a symbol for respecting those who sacrificed everything for our freedom. Sometimes unexpected sources remind us about respect too - like "Inebriates Express, " where individuals struggling with addiction were treated compassionately rather than judged harshly. It serves as a reminder that everyone deserves understanding and empathy. Art has always been a powerful medium to express reverence towards others' work. "Homage to Delacroix" is one such masterpiece created by an artist named Victor Venner back in 1864 - showcasing how artists pay tribute to those who came before them through their creations. Respect transcends time itself; even Queen Anne of Cleves understood its significance during her reign centuries ago – valuing diplomacy over conflict whenever possible. Moreover, respect is not limited to humans alone.