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Images Dated 27th March 2014

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Choose from 3256 pictures in our Images Dated 27th March 2014 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 Universal Images Group (UIG).


Featured 27 Mar 2014 Print

Battle of Stalingrad - Aerial view of fuel stores on fire. The Battle of Stalingrad between Germany

Battle of Stalingrad - Aerial view of fuel stores on fire. The Battle of Stalingrad between Germany and the Soviet Union lasted from 17 July 1942 until 2 February 1943. The mosty brutal and bloodiest of engagements of World War II, it claimed almost 2 million casualties. It is considered to be a turning point in the war, with the Soviet union victorious

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Featured 27 Mar 2014 Print

Himmel The All-Highest has the truth spoken - the worst is behind us'. German

Himmel The All-Highest has the truth spoken - the worst is behind us'. German infantry retreating in panic before Allied infantry supported by tanks. World War I cartoon from 'Punch', London, 21 August 1918

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Featured 27 Mar 2014 Print

Fingal's Cave, best-known of the caves in the basalt stacks on the southwest coast of Staffa

Fingal's Cave, best-known of the caves in the basalt stacks on the southwest coast of Staffa, Inner Hebrides, Scotland. 69 metres long and 12 metres wide with a roof arch approximately 22 metres high this natural phenomenon was the inspiration for Felix Mendelssohn's (1809-1847) overture The Hebrides. Hand-coloured engraving published 1849

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