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"Marching: A Timeless Display of Unity, Tradition, and Resilience" Full Dress Parade at the Citadel in Charleston

Background imageMarching Collection: Royal Marine / Graphic

Royal Marine / Graphic
ROYAL MARINE LIGHT INFANTRY A private in marching order

Background imageMarching Collection: 2nd Scots Guards leaving Tower of London, WW1

2nd Scots Guards leaving Tower of London, WW1
Men of the 2nd Scots Guards leaving the Tower of London to go into camp at Lyndhurst in the New Forest, for the formation of the 7th Division during the First World War

Background imageMarching Collection: The Troops Emerging from the Narrow Part of the Defile in the Koojah Pass

The Troops Emerging from the Narrow Part of the Defile in the Koojah Pass
STC135161 The Troops Emerging from the Narrow Part of the Defile in the Koojah Pass, from Sketches in Afghaunistan, engraved by Charles Haghe (1810-88) and Louis Haghe (1806-85)

Background imageMarching Collection: The Nation Makers. Depicts the Battle of Brandywine of 1777 during the Revolutionary War

The Nation Makers. Depicts the Battle of Brandywine of 1777 during the Revolutionary War
PYLE: NATION MAKERS, 1906. The Nation Makers. Depicts the Battle of Brandywine of 1777 during the Revolutionary War. Oil on canvas by Howard Pyle, 1906

Background imageMarching Collection: Full Dress Parade, the Citadel, Charleston, SC

Full Dress Parade, the Citadel, Charleston, SC
View shows soldiers marching in formation across the parade grounds of the Citadel. Buildings re visible in the background

Background imageMarching Collection: Together Poster

Together Poster, showing the armed forces of the British Empire marching together

Background imageMarching Collection: Grenadier Guards march to Wellington Barracks after Changing the Guard ceremony, London, England

Grenadier Guards march to Wellington Barracks after Changing the Guard ceremony, London, England, United Kingdom, Europe

Background imageMarching Collection: 1st battalion, Scots Guards, 1958

1st battalion, Scots Guards, 1958
Leaving England for Germany: the 1st battalion, Scots Guards, march past Windsor castle en route to the railway station. On Nov

Background imageMarching Collection: Guard at the Tomb of the Unknown Soldier

Guard at the Tomb of the Unknown Soldier, Arlington National Cemetery, Arlington, Virginia, United States of America, North America

Background imageMarching Collection: Band of the Coldstream Guards marching past Buckingham Palace during the rehearsal for Trooping

Band of the Coldstream Guards marching past Buckingham Palace during the rehearsal for Trooping the Colour, London, England, United Kingdom, Europe

Background imageMarching Collection: View of Tulloch Castle, Scotland, with pipers

View of Tulloch Castle, Scotland, with pipers
View of Tulloch Castle in the town of Dingwall in the Highlands of Scotland, at the time of a royal wedding between Dom (Prince) Miguel of Braganza (1878-1923), Duke de Viseu

Background imageMarching Collection: The Nightwatch, 1642 (oil on canvas)

The Nightwatch, 1642 (oil on canvas)
XOS1109206 The Nightwatch, 1642 (oil on canvas) by Rembrandt Harmensz. van Rijn (1606-69); 379.5x453.5 cm; Rijksmuseum, Amsterdam

Background imageMarching Collection: Advertisement for Patersons Camp Coffee

Advertisement for Patersons Camp Coffee, which is claimed to be the best

Background imageMarching Collection: The Jarrow March. The marchers left Jarrow on 5th October 1936

The Jarrow March. The marchers left Jarrow on 5th October 1936. They reached London on 31st October 1936 and they returned to Jarrow on 5th November 1936

Background imageMarching Collection: Suffragette Parade through New York City, 3rd May 1913

Suffragette Parade through New York City, 3rd May 1913
3rd May 1913: Crowds line the sidewalks to watch a Womens Suffragette Movement march through New York City. (Photo by Paul Thompson/Topical Press Agency/Getty Images)

Background imageMarching Collection: Easter Rising commerated, 1932

Easter Rising commerated, 1932
Five battalions of the Irish Republican Army marching passed the General Post Office in Dublin on Easter Sunday, 1932, to commerate the Easter Rising of 1916

Background imageMarching Collection: Britains New Navy in Training - HMS Raleigh

Britains New Navy in Training - HMS Raleigh. circa 1930s

Background imageMarching Collection: The Army celebrate the birthday of their Queen

The Army celebrate the birthday of their Queen
Pictured are members of the Household Cavalry Mounted Regiment (HCMR) on the Mall as the Army celebrate the birthday of their Queen

Background imageMarching Collection: A March to the Bank, 1787. Artist: James Gillray

A March to the Bank, 1787. Artist: James Gillray
A March to the Bank, 1787. From A Smile Among Friends. [Alb. Cammermeyers Forlag, Norway, 1949]

Background imageMarching Collection: British Royal Marines arriving in Ostend, Belgium, WW1

British Royal Marines arriving in Ostend, Belgium, WW1
A Brigade of Royal Marines march through Ostend, Belgium, greeted by local residents. The Brigade was made up of Battalions from each of the Royal Marine home divisions, Portsmouth

Background imageMarching Collection: Grenadier Guards at St Michaels Mount

Grenadier Guards at St Michaels Mount
The 2nd Battalion of the Grenadier Guards visit St Michaels Mount, West Cornwall

Background imageMarching Collection: Guard at the Tomb of the Unknown Soldier

Guard at the Tomb of the Unknown Soldier, Arlington National Cemetery, Arlington, Virginia, United States of America, North America

Background imageMarching Collection: Jarrow Crusade

Jarrow Crusade
Unemployed from Jarrow during their Hunger march to London Date: October 1936

Background imageMarching Collection: Battle of Bunker Hill: oil on canvas, 1898, by Howard Pyle

Battle of Bunker Hill: oil on canvas, 1898, by Howard Pyle
PYLE: BATTLE OF BUNKER HILL. Battle of Bunker Hill: oil on canvas, 1898, by Howard Pyle

Background imageMarching Collection: Coronation procession at Oxford Circus, 1953

Coronation procession at Oxford Circus, 1953
The colour and pageantry of the Coronation procession - detachments of the Foot Guards marching along Oxford Street into Oxford Circus showing the vast crowds lining the decorated route. Date: 1953

Background imageMarching Collection: 5th Battalion Connaught Rangers, Basingstoke, WW1

5th Battalion Connaught Rangers, Basingstoke, WW1
Men of the 5th Battalion Connaught Rangers, 10th Division, arriving at Basingstoke from Ireland before going to Gallipoli during the First World War. Date: May 1915

Background imageMarching Collection: Coronation Procession, 1953

Coronation Procession, 1953
Double page spread artists impression of the Coronation procession of Queen Elizabeth II showing the various military and ceremonial representatives of the UK and Commonwealth

Background imageMarching Collection: East Yorkshire Regiment 1916

East Yorkshire Regiment 1916
The 10th East Yorkshire Regiment, known as the Hull Commercials, march to the trenches, near Doullens, northern France

Background imageMarching Collection: A group of Cameron Highlanders

A group of Cameron Highlanders
A group of Queens Own Cameron Highlanders

Background imageMarching Collection: U. S. Marine Corps Drum and Bugle Corps performing

U. S. Marine Corps Drum and Bugle Corps performing
February 27, 2007 - U.S. Marine Corps Drum and Bugle Corps perform during the Marine Corps Battle Color Ceremony at Marine Corps Air Station Yuma, Arizona

Background imageMarching Collection: AFS women training, Highgate, London, WW2

AFS women training, Highgate, London, WW2
AFS (Auxiliary Fire Service) women training in Highgate, North London, in July 1942

Background imageMarching Collection: Unemployed coal miners demonstrating at Jarrow, England, in 1936

Unemployed coal miners demonstrating at Jarrow, England, in 1936
ENGLAND: COAL MINERS, 1936. Unemployed coal miners demonstrating at Jarrow, England, in 1936

Background imageMarching Collection: Coronation. Royal Marine Guard of Honour march past

Coronation. Royal Marine Guard of Honour march past
A contingent of The Royal Marines march into position as part of the Guard of Honour outside the west door of the Abbey. They will hold a position to the extreme right of the picture. 1953

Background imageMarching Collection: Carnival of Basel (Basler Fasnacht), Basel, Canton of Basel City, Switzerland, Europe

Carnival of Basel (Basler Fasnacht), Basel, Canton of Basel City, Switzerland, Europe

Background imageMarching Collection: Whitsun walk in Abertillery, South Wales

Whitsun walk in Abertillery, South Wales. c.1938

Background imageMarching Collection: MARTIN LUTHER KING, JR. (1929-1968). American clergyman and reformer. Dr. King (fourth from right)

MARTIN LUTHER KING, JR. (1929-1968). American clergyman and reformer. Dr. King (fourth from right) leading the march from Selma on the state capitol at Montgomery, Alabama, 25 March 1965

Background imageMarching Collection: Scots Guards marching along The Mall, Trooping the Colour, London, England

Scots Guards marching along The Mall, Trooping the Colour, London, England, United Kingdom, Europe

Background imageMarching Collection: EVRV2A-00182

EVRV2A-00182
British army marching in formation up Breeds Hill in the Battle of Bunker Hill, American Revolution, 1775 Hand-colored woodcut of a 19th-century Howard Pyle illustration

Background imageMarching Collection: In the Famous Plug Street Wood by Matania

In the Famous Plug Street Wood by Matania
A relief party marching back to the trenches through Ploegstreet Wood (known as Plug Street), south of Ypres. The scarred trees lining the soldiers route bear the scars of shelling

Background imageMarching Collection: Recruiting Bands / Wwi

Recruiting Bands / Wwi
A poster asking for people to donate to or join a recruiting band, a popular method of recruiting men during World War One

Background imageMarching Collection: Emperor Penguin

Emperor Penguin
AU-72-GR Emperor Penguins - walk in line Aptenodytes forsteri March of the Penguins Auscape Please note that prints are for personal display purposes only and may not be reproduced in any way

Background imageMarching Collection: Band of the Scots Guards lead the procession from Buckingham Palace, Changing the Guard, London

Band of the Scots Guards lead the procession from Buckingham Palace, Changing the Guard, London, England, United Kingdom, Europe

Background imageMarching Collection: United Trade Unions poster for the Popular Front, spring 1936

United Trade Unions poster for the Popular Front, spring 1936
FRANCE: POPULAR FRONT, 1936. United Trade Unions poster for the Popular Front, spring 1936

Background imageMarching Collection: 2nd Scots Guards leaving Tower of London, WW1

2nd Scots Guards leaving Tower of London, WW1
Men of the 2nd Scots Guards leaving the Tower of London to go into camp at Lyndhurst in the New Forest, for the formation of the 7th Division during the First World War. Date: 15 September 1914

Background imageMarching Collection: Grand Parade of the Hon Artillery Company, engraved by H. Billingsley after a photograph by Coleman

Grand Parade of the Hon Artillery Company, engraved by H. Billingsley after a photograph by Coleman
XCF277699 Grand Parade of the Hon Artillery Company, engraved by H. Billingsley after a photograph by Coleman, 1865 (coloured engraving) by English photographer

Background imageMarching Collection: Scottish troops take part in Victory parade in Paris - WWI

Scottish troops take part in Victory parade in Paris - WWI
Scottish regiments taking part in the Victory parade in Paris following the end of World War One - 14th July 1919. The soldiers march below the Arc de Triomphe. Date: 1919

Background imageMarching Collection: The Scots Guards marching to a State Ceremonial

The Scots Guards marching to a State Ceremonial
The Scots Guards - The Regiment marching to a State Ceremonial. Date: circa 1910s

Background imageMarching Collection: CHINA: POSTER, 1976. Revolutionary Committees are Good. Chinese woodcut poster, 1976

CHINA: POSTER, 1976. Revolutionary Committees are Good. Chinese woodcut poster, 1976



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"Marching: A Timeless Display of Unity, Tradition, and Resilience" Full Dress Parade at the Citadel in Charleston, SC - Witness the impeccable precision and unwavering discipline as cadets showcase their military prowess. Guard at the Tomb of the Unknown Soldier - Silent sentinels honoring those who made the ultimate sacrifice; their synchronized steps echo with reverence and respect. Tulloch Castle's View in Scotland, Accompanied by Pipers - The hauntingly beautiful sound of bagpipes fills the air as kilted warriors march proudly against a backdrop steeped in history. "The Nation Makers" Painting by Howard Pyle - Immerse yourself in the Revolutionary War's Battle of Brandywine through this captivating artwork that captures both chaos and determination on canvas. Together Poster: Celebrating Diversity Through Marching - In unity lies strength. This vibrant poster depicts people from all walks of life marching together for a common cause – equality and harmony. The Jarrow March: A Struggle for Employment Rights (1936) - Step back into history as brave marchers embark on a journey to fight for justice amidst economic hardships during one of Britain's most challenging times. Grenadier Guards' Majestic March to Wellington Barracks, London - Admire these elite soldiers' regal presence as they parade through London after completing their Changing of the Guard ceremony at Buckingham Palace. Patersons Camp Coffee Advertisement: Fueling Soldiers' Spirits Since 1899 - Discover how this beloved beverage has been an essential companion to countless marching troops throughout history, providing them with warmth and comfort during trying times. 1st Battalion Scots Guards (1958): Proudly Defending Their Heritage- Experience Scottish pride personified as these gallant soldiers honor centuries-old traditions while safeguarding their nation's interests with every step they take.