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Choose from 49 pictures in our 00418 collection for your Wall Art or Photo Gift. All professionally made for Quick Shipping. We are proud to offer this selection in partnership with Memory Lane Prints.


HMS Vindictive an Arrogant class cruiser seen here on 24th April 1918 after she was in Featured 00418 Image

HMS Vindictive an Arrogant class cruiser seen here on 24th April 1918 after she was in

HMS Vindictive an Arrogant class cruiser seen here on 24th April 1918 after she was in fierce action at Zeebrugge. Vindictive was part of a raid to block the main entrance of the port thus preventing the German's using the harbour as a submarine base. The smokescreen which was meant to cover her approach to the port failed and as she went alongside the Mole her upperworks were badly damaged by gunfire, her Captain, Alfred Carpenter was awarded a Victoria Cross for his actions during the raid

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On Dec. 25, 1914, five months into World War I, British Featured 00418 Image

On Dec. 25, 1914, five months into World War I, British

On Dec. 25, 1914, five months into World War I, British and German troops on the Western Front stopped fighting in a spontaneous ceasefire, soldiers from opposing nations put their weapons aside to enjoy carols and a game of soccer together. Our Picture Shows British officers from Northumberland Hussars meeting their German counterparts in no mans land of the Bridoux-Rouge Banc Sector of the Western Front during the Christmas truce of 1914.
BRITISH AND GERMAN SOLDIERS PHOTOGRAPHED TOGETHER WWI Foes became friends on Christmas Day, when the British and Germans arranged an unofficial truce. Tired men left the trenches to exchange cigars and cigarettes

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Rugby International John Currie seen here on his wedding to Patricia Williams at Salford Featured 00418 Image

Rugby International John Currie seen here on his wedding to Patricia Williams at Salford

Rugby International John Currie seen here on his wedding to Patricia Williams at Salford Parish Church, Somerset.
Many rugby internationals were among the guest and the Best Man was Peter Robins, Dickie Jeeps (England Captain) was on of the ushers. Our Picture Shows; The Bride and Groom posing for pictures with the Best Man and Ushers after the service. 16th September 1962

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