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Images Dated 10th February 2016

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Choose from 108 pictures in our Images Dated 10th February 2016 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 Mary Evans Prints Online.


Russian Royalty with the Red Cross 1915 Featured 10 Feb 2016 Print

Russian Royalty with the Red Cross 1915

Alexandra Feodorovna - (Alix of Hesse), (1872 - 1917) consort of Nicholas II of Russia and their two eldest daughters (right) Grand Duchess Olga (1895 - 1918) and (left) Grand Duchess Tatiana (1897 - 1918) wearing Red Cross uniforms serving at a military hospital in Petrograd (St. Petersburg) for the wounded soldiers, from (1914 -1917), until the family was arrested following the first Russian Revolution of 1917, and executed by Bolsheviks in July 1918 along with their mother, father and brother, the Tsarevitch. Date: 1915

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'Ravitailleuses' delivering bread and comforts to soldiers Featured 10 Feb 2016 Print

'Ravitailleuses' delivering bread and comforts to soldiers

Women of the Red Cross delivering bread and other comforts to soldiers of the French Army as they travel to the Front via train. As well as bread, comestibles such as butter, coffee, chocolate, confectionery, cheese, milk and tea were delivered through train carriage windows, as well as tobacco, pipes, cigarettes, postcards, pencils, socks and hankerchiefs. Date: August 1916

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Caricature of Ledger, Scott and Sampson Featured 10 Feb 2016 Print

Caricature of Ledger, Scott and Sampson

Caricature of Edward Ledger (18??-1921), editor of The Era theatrical newspaper, commenting on a reconciliation between Clement William Scott (1841-1904), influential English theatre critic, and Henry Sampson (1841-1891), English newspaper proprietor and editor. There had been a court case to do with defamation of character, but it seems to have been resolved -- All's Well That Ends Well.
1882

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