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"Unveiling the Dark Partition

Background imageViolence Collection: EVNT2A-00014

EVNT2A-00014
" Liberty Leading the People" by Eugene Delacroix. Printed halftone reproduction of a 19th century painting

Background imageViolence Collection: Partition. Map of East and West Punjab

Partition. Map of East and West Punjab
The areas of the Western and Eastern Punjab where there were many outbreaks of violence between Muslims, Sikhs and Hindus following Partition and the creation of modern India and Pakistan

Background imageViolence Collection: Stunning Queenstown Scene, New Zealand South Island

Stunning Queenstown Scene, New Zealand South Island
Queenstown, New Zealand is located on the shores of New Zealands South Islands Lake Wakatipu, set against the dramatic Southern Alps

Background imageViolence Collection: Mount Sopris view, Colorado, south west United States of America

Mount Sopris view, Colorado, south west United States of America

Background imageViolence Collection: Bystander cover 1929 - In Training - Boxing woman

Bystander cover 1929 - In Training - Boxing woman
A woman in a fetching sporty outfit of silky shorts and stockings takes out her frustrations on a punch bag dressed up as a man. Date: 1929

Background imageViolence Collection: Illustration of Giant Squid (Architeuthis) attacking Sperm Whale (Physeter macrocephalus)

Illustration of Giant Squid (Architeuthis) attacking Sperm Whale (Physeter macrocephalus)

Background imageViolence Collection: Parachilna gorge in the springtime, southern Flinders Ranges, South Australia

Parachilna gorge in the springtime, southern Flinders Ranges, South Australia

Background imageViolence Collection: The Easter Rising - Dublin, Ireland

The Easter Rising - Dublin, Ireland
The Easter Rising also known as the Easter (or Irish ) Rebellion and referred to erroneously in some contemporary British reports as the Sinn Fein Rebellion - an armed insurrection staged in Ireland

Background imageViolence Collection: Saving the Queens Colour at the Battle of Isandlwana (colour litho)

Saving the Queens Colour at the Battle of Isandlwana (colour litho)
3697386 Saving the Queens Colour at the Battle of Isandlwana (colour litho) by Neuville, Alphonse Marie de (1835-85); Private Collection; (add.info)

Background imageViolence Collection: Stormy weather, King Island, Bass Strait, Tasmania, Australia

Stormy weather, King Island, Bass Strait, Tasmania, Australia

Background imageViolence Collection: Bald Eagle portrait

Bald Eagle portrait

Background imageViolence Collection: Sea Port at Sunset, 1639 (oil on canvas)

Sea Port at Sunset, 1639 (oil on canvas)
XIR90066 Sea Port at Sunset, 1639 (oil on canvas) by Claude Lorrain (Claude Gellee) (1600-82); 103x137 cm; Louvre, Paris, France; (add.info.: Sea Port in the Sunset Sun; ); French, out of copyright

Background imageViolence Collection: A long exposure on the coast of Lake Superior, near Grand Marais, Minnesota

A long exposure on the coast of Lake Superior, near Grand Marais, Minnesota

Background imageViolence Collection: Grand Canyon, Arizona, south western United States of America

Grand Canyon, Arizona, south western United States of America

Background imageViolence Collection: Highway to Durango, Colorado, south western United States of America

Highway to Durango, Colorado, south western United States of America

Background imageViolence Collection: Aurora Borealis at Jokulsarlon lagoon in winter, southern Iceland

Aurora Borealis at Jokulsarlon lagoon in winter, southern Iceland

Background imageViolence Collection: Painted Desert, Arizona, south western United States of America

Painted Desert, Arizona, south western United States of America

Background imageViolence Collection: War In Vietnam

War In Vietnam
Marines of G Company, 4th Marines are pictured climbing a hill in preparation for attack against the North Vietnamese. (Photo by Keystone/Getty Images)

Background imageViolence Collection: Gunfight in the street of a western town

Gunfight in the street of a western town. Hand-colored engraving of a 19th-century Frederic Remington illustration

Background imageViolence Collection: Arsenal 2-2 Newcastle, League Division One match at Highbury, Saturday 27th January 1973

Arsenal 2-2 Newcastle, League Division One match at Highbury, Saturday 27th January 1973. Charlie George (12) blows his top after a tackle by David Craig of Newcastle

Background imageViolence Collection: The stoning of St. Stephen: St. Stephen (Stephane), was the first Christian martyr who died by

The stoning of St. Stephen: St. Stephen (Stephane), was the first Christian martyr who died by stoning in 36 AD. JC
JLJ4647938 The stoning of St. Stephen: St. Stephen (Stephane), was the first Christian martyr who died by stoning in 36 AD. JC. Painting by Annibale Carracci or Annibal Carrache (1560-1609)

Background imageViolence Collection: The Milford Track Rain Forest

The Milford Track Rain Forest
New Zealands most famous 53 kilometre walk, the Milford track is in the southwest of South Island amidst mountains and temperate rain forests

Background imageViolence 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 imageViolence 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 imageViolence Collection: Teddy Boys in Gateshead, Tyne and Wear, England, Circa 1965

Teddy Boys in Gateshead, Tyne and Wear, England, Circa 1965

Background imageViolence Collection: Dantes Inferno, suicides and the Harpies

Dantes Inferno, suicides and the Harpies
Dantes Inferno. Canto XIII, line 11: Here [suicide tree] the brute Harpies make their nest (at right: Dante and Virgil). Italian poet Dante Alighieri (1265-1321)

Background imageViolence Collection: Deluge scene. Painting by Anne Louis Girodet de Roucy-Trioson

Deluge scene. Painting by Anne Louis Girodet de Roucy-Trioson (Anne-Louis Girodet de Roucy Trioson, 1767-1824)
JLJ4690546 Deluge scene. Painting by Anne Louis Girodet de Roucy-Trioson (Anne-Louis Girodet de Roucy Trioson, 1767-1824), 19th century. Oil on canvas. Dim 4, 41 x 3, 41m

Background imageViolence Collection: The Second of May, 1808 or The Charge of the Mamelukes, 1814 (oil on canvas) (post-restoration)

The Second of May, 1808 or The Charge of the Mamelukes, 1814 (oil on canvas) (post-restoration)
2920870 The Second of May, 1808 or The Charge of the Mamelukes, 1814 (oil on canvas) (post-restoration) by Goya y Lucientes, Francisco Jose de (1746-1828); 266x345 cm; Prado, Madrid

Background imageViolence Collection: Fighting in the Marrowbone area of Belfast

Fighting in the Marrowbone area of Belfast
Fighting in the so-called Marrowbone district of Belfast - an encounter between Sinn Feiners on the left, in Glenpark Street, and loyalist Orangemen in Louisa Street

Background imageViolence Collection: Cartoons, The Great Chartist Demonstration

Cartoons, The Great Chartist Demonstration -- No. IX, The Beginning and the End. 1848

Background imageViolence Collection: An Alvarezsaurid bird cleans the mouth of a Giganotosaurus carolinii dinosaur

An Alvarezsaurid bird cleans the mouth of a Giganotosaurus carolinii dinosaur

Background imageViolence 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 imageViolence Collection: Aurora Borealis and star-trails at Jokulsarlon lagoon in winter, southern Iceland

Aurora Borealis and star-trails at Jokulsarlon lagoon in winter, southern Iceland

Background imageViolence Collection: Storm at Cape Wickham

Storm at Cape Wickham, King Island Tasmania

Background imageViolence Collection: Melaleuca trees, so typical of the native foliage on King Island, Bass Strait, Tasmania, Australia

Melaleuca trees, so typical of the native foliage on King Island, Bass Strait, Tasmania, Australia

Background imageViolence Collection: Charge of the Light Brigade

Charge of the Light Brigade
Clouds billow, cannons roar, horses hooves thunder and men are asked to give their all in hand to hand combat of the battle field

Background imageViolence Collection: Scene in the Birmingham No Popery riots, 1868 (1906)

Scene in the Birmingham No Popery riots, 1868 (1906). Rioting broke out after a lecture by the anti-Catholic campaigner William Murphy. From Cassells History of England, Vol. VI

Background imageViolence Collection: Belfast riots, August 1920

Belfast riots, August 1920
A double page spread from the Illustrated London News, reporting on rioting in Belfast that began on the night of the 23rd August, and continued for a week

Background imageViolence Collection: Belfast riots, July 1920

Belfast riots, July 1920
A double page spread from the Illustrated London News, reporting on rioting in Belfast from 20th to 23rd July 1920. 18 people were killed, and 200 wounded during the disturbances

Background imageViolence Collection: Bastille Attack In French Revolution

Bastille Attack In French Revolution
Engraving depicting the mass attack on the Bastille fortress, igniting the French Revolution, Paris, France, July 14, 1789. (Kean Collection/Getty Images)

Background imageViolence Collection: Illustration of Aztecs attacking the Spaniards at palace of Moctezuma

Illustration of Aztecs attacking the Spaniards at palace of Moctezuma

Background imageViolence Collection: Planet Earth on human hands, breaking down and crumbling

Planet Earth on human hands, breaking down and crumbling with fragments falling apart. Airbrush illustration

Background imageViolence Collection: American Civil War print featuring the Battle of Missionary Ridge

American Civil War print featuring the Battle of Missionary Ridge
Vintage American Civil War print featuring the Battle of Missionary Ridge, which took place during the Chattanooga Campaign

Background imageViolence 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 imageViolence Collection: Queenstown, South Island, New Zealand

Queenstown, South Island, New Zealand

Background imageViolence Collection: Family of Cape Barren Geese

Family of Cape Barren Geese

Background imageViolence Collection: Stormy view to Mount Best, South Gippsland, Victoria, Australia

Stormy view to Mount Best, South Gippsland, Victoria, Australia

Background imageViolence Collection: Telluride, Colorado, south west United States of America

Telluride, Colorado, south west United States of America



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"Unveiling the Dark Partition: Tracing the Scars of Violence" From the blood-soaked map of East and West Punjab to the serene Queenstown scene in New Zealand's South Island, violence leaves its mark across borders and landscapes. As Mount Sopris stands tall in Colorado, it silently witnesses tales of aggression that echo through the southwest United States. In a bygone era, a boxing woman dons her gloves - an emblem of resilience against a world marred by brutality. Parachilna gorge blossoms with springtime beauty, yet its tranquil facade conceals stories of conflict etched into the southern Flinders Ranges. The stoning of St. Stephen immortalizes his sacrifice as he became Christianity's first martyr; Annibale Carracci's painting captures both horror and defiance within this 16th-century masterpiece. The Death of General Gordon at Khartoum serves as a haunting reminder that they are claim even those who strive for peace. An illustration depicts nature's own battle between Giant Squid and Sperm Whale, reminding us that violence exists beyond human realms. Amidst Arizona's Painted Desert lies evidence of ancient conflicts etched into earth's very core – scars left behind by forgotten warriors. Stormy weather rages over King Island in Bass Strait, Tasmania – nature mirroring humanity’s turbulent struggles against itself. A Bald Eagle portrait symbolizes strength amidst adversity - soaring above lands scarred by war but still embodying resilience and hope. War In Vietnam: A Grim Chapter Unveiled Vietnam becomes synonymous with violence as soldiers trudge through jungles haunted by fear while families are torn apart on distant shores. The horrors witnessed during this tumultuous period forever change lives and shape history.