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Battle Plan Gallery

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Choose from 7 pictures in our Battle Plan collection for your Wall Art or Photo Gift. All professionally made for Quick Shipping.


Parke of the Artillary (Aubry de La Mottraye's 'Travels throughout Europe
Parke of the Artillary (Aubry de La Mottraye's "Travels throughout Europe
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Serious study, 1941. Artist: Cecil Beaton
Serious study, 1941. Artist: Cecil Beaton
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Battle of Manila Bay, Philippines, Spanish-American War, 1898
Battle of Manila Bay, Philippines, Spanish-American War, 1898
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Charles Mangin, French soldier, 1918
Charles Mangin, French soldier, 1918
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Plan of the Battle of Bunker Hill, Boston, Massachusetts, 1775 (c1880)
Plan of the Battle of Bunker Hill, Boston, Massachusetts, 1775 (c1880)
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The bombarment by the Royal Navy of the harbour of Kagoshima, Japan, 1863
The bombarment by the Royal Navy of the harbour of Kagoshima, Japan, 1863
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Battle of Vigo Bay, Spain, 12 October 1702
Battle of Vigo Bay, Spain, 12 October 1702
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The bombarment by the Royal Navy of the harbour of Kagoshima, Japan, 1863 Featured Image

The bombarment by the Royal Navy of the harbour of Kagoshima, Japan, 1863

The bombarment by the Royal Navy of the harbour of Kagoshima, Japan, 1863. The British subjected the city of Kagoshima to a naval bombardment in August 1863 after the government of the province of Satsuma refused to apologise or pay compensation after the murder the previous year of Charles Richardson, a British merchant. The city suffered considerable damage, but only 5 fatalities, the population having been evacuated in anticipation of the British attack. 13 British sailors were killed by fire from forts on the shore, including Captain Josling and Commander Wilmot of the flagship, HMS Euralyus, who were both decapitated by the same cannonball. A print from The Illustrated London News, 7th November 1863

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