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Casualty Gallery

Available as Framed Prints, Photos, Wall Art and Gift Items

Choose from 273 pictures in our Casualty 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.


Major General Sir. R. H. Sale...Mortally Wounded at the Battle of Moodkee..., (mid 19th century) Featured Print

Major General Sir. R. H. Sale...Mortally Wounded at the Battle of Moodkee..., (mid 19th century)

Major General Sir. R. H. Sale, G.C.B. Mortally Wounded at the Battle of Moodkee, December 18 1845., (mid 19th century). Major General Robert Henry Sale (1784-1845) was a British soldier who from 1798 served mainly in India and Afghanistan and rose to the rank of Major-General in the army of the British East India Company. In the First Sikh War he was mortally wounded at the Battle of Moodkee (Mudkhi, in the Punjab, India), and died of his wounds on 21 December. [John Tallis & Company, London & New York]

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Allied victims of a poison gas, temporarily blinded, at a French hospital, World War I, c1915-c1918 Featured Print

Allied victims of a poison gas, temporarily blinded, at a French hospital, World War I, c1915-c1918

Allied victims of a poison gas, temporarily blinded, at a French hospital, World War I, c1915-c1918. On 22 April 1915, during the Second Battle of Ypres, the Germans released 168 tons of chlorine gas over a four mile front, in the first gas attack of the war. Initially French and Algerian troops (Zouaves) of the 45th and 78th Divisions were attacked with the gas, inflicting heavy casualties and causing widespread panic, with the survivors abandoning their positions. Although the Allies initially condemned the attack as barbaric, by the end of the war both sides had made extensive use of poison gas

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Shouting Their War-Cry, The British Charged The Breach, c1908, (c1920). Artist: Joseph Ratcliffe Skelton Featured Print

Shouting Their War-Cry, The British Charged The Breach, c1908, (c1920). Artist: Joseph Ratcliffe Skelton

Shouting Their War-Cry, The British Charged The Breach, c1908, (c1920). Hone Wiremu Heke Pokai (c1808-1850), Maori Rangatira (chief) and war leader in Northern New Zealand. Hone Heke engaged in a number of battles against the British Colonial rule. In May 1845 Heke?s Pa was attacked by troops from the 58th, 96th and 99th Regiments under the command of William Hulme (1788-1855). The battle ended with a British retreat. From Our Empire Story, by H. E. Marshall. [Thomas Nelson And Sons, London, c1920]

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