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A Selection of Bicycles, 1888 Featured Related Images Print

A Selection of Bicycles, 1888

Engraving of a selection of bicycles on display at the Stanley Show of 1888. In the centre is The Coventry Machinists Company's Coolie Cycle Cab built for the Sultan of Morocco and at bottom left, Singer's Victoria Tandem made for the War Office

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Moroccan Woman of the Mountains Featured Related Images Print

Moroccan Woman of the Mountains

A Moroccan Woman of the Mountains with her young son asleep in a sling made out of the same material as her sarong-style skirt. She wears a wide-brimmed straw hat, popular in this part of North Africa during this period

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War in Morocco - Arab and Moorish cavalry, 1844. Creator: Unknown Featured Related Images Print

War in Morocco - Arab and Moorish cavalry, 1844. Creator: Unknown

War in Morocco - Arab and Moorish cavalry, 1844. The Emperor of Morocco has not a part in his dominions that might not be taken by a frigate and two bomb-vessels in less than four hours. His army is a farce, and their mode of warfare perfectly childish...The ordnance is dangerously useless...the Emperor could at no time gather or hold together 100,000 fighting men, and these comprising a host of such ill-fed, ill-clothed, ill-armed ragamuffins...From their bigoted habit of excluding from their country all Europeans, and from the little experience they have gathered of European war tactics, it will be some years...before they will be able to make any stand against the French...The annexed engraving will convey an idea of the Arab cavalry, the Emperor's chief forces, against whom the French troops have to contend'. From "Illustrated London News", 1844, Vol I

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