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Images Dated 2019 May

Choose from 1615 pictures in our Images Dated 2019 May 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. We are proud to offer this selection in partnership with Heritage Images.


Featured May Print

The Capture of Givenchy, (1919). Creator: Fortunino Matania

'The Capture of Givenchy', (1919). Scene from the First World War, 1914-1919: 'How the Manchester Regiment Captured the Village of Givenchy by Storm and Drove Out the Germans', first published in "The Sphere". 'The Germans occupied the ruins of the little village of Givenchy on the La Bassee Canal [in northern France], which was very strongly fortified. The Manchester Regiment, however, cleared them out by a most brilliant and dashing attack, pressing on through the village, fierce hand-to-hand fighting taking place in the villa gardens and at every corner affording cover for the Germans.' British forces captured the occupied village of Givenchy on 20 December 1914. From "The History of the Great European War: its causes and effects", Vol. V, by W. Stanley Macbean Knight. [Caxton Pulishing Company, Limited, London, 1919]

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Featured May Print

'A Heroic Deed of the Royal Horse Artillery Near Compiègne', (1919). Creator: Unknown

'A Heroic Deed of the Royal Horse Artillery Near Compiegne', (1919). Scene from the First World War: at the Battle of Nery in September 1914, the British 1st Cavalry Brigade and 'L Battery', Royal Horse Artillery, fought off the Germans until relieved by British infantry reinforcements. The battery was all but destroyed apart from one gun which was kept in action by Captain Edward Bradbury, Sergeant David Nelson and Battery Sergeant-Major George Dorrell. All three were awarded the Victoria Cross for their brave stand, Bradbury's VC being posthumous. From "The History of the Great European War: its causes and effects", Vol. II, by W. Stanley Macbean Knight. [Caxton Pulishing Company, Limited, London, 1919]

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Featured May Print

'Green Island, Lake George, New York', c1897. Creator: Unknown

'Green Island, Lake George, New York', c1897. Green Island is a town in Albany County, New York. The first European to the area, Samuel de Champlain, noted Lake George in the Adirondack Mountains in his journal it was later named by William Johnson who led British colonial forces to occupy the area and named the lake after King George II of England. From "A Tour Through the New World America", by Prof. Geo. R. Cromwell. [C. N. Greig & Co., London, c1897]

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