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Commander In Chief Gallery

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Choose from 155 pictures in our Commander In Chief 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.


Field Marshal Lord Roberts, Commander in Chief of the forces in South Africa, 1902.Artist: Lafayette Featured Print

Field Marshal Lord Roberts, Commander in Chief of the forces in South Africa, 1902.Artist: Lafayette

Field Marshal Lord Roberts, Commander in Chief of the forces in South Africa, 1902. Sir Frederick, 1st Earl Roberts (1832-1914) was one of the foremost British military figures of Victorian times. Awarded the Victoria Cross in 1858 for his actions during the Indian Mutiny, Roberts is best known for his march to capture Kandahar during the Second Afghan War of 1878-1880. He was made Baron of Kandahar and Waterford in 1892 and promoted to Field Marshal in 1895. Roberts commanded the reinforcements sent to South Africa in 1900 after the setbacks of the early part of the Boer War. After his successful intervention in the South African campaign, he returned to England to become Commander-in-Chief of the British Army, a position which he held until 1904, when he retired from the army. Portrait from Celebrities of the Army, published by George Newnes, (London, 1902)

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Lord Roberts Superintending the Arrangements in St. Pauls Churchyard, 1897 Featured Print

Lord Roberts Superintending the Arrangements in St. Pauls Churchyard, 1897

Lord Roberts Superintending the Arrangements in St. Paul's Churchyard, London, 1897. The two Sheriffs are seen in the immediate foreground, followed by the officers representing the Yeomanry, Militia, and Volunteers, and by Equerries, Gentlemen-in-Waiting, and Attachés. Lord Roberts stands in the centre of the open space. On the right is the pavilion erected on the site of a demolished warehouse. Queen Victoria (1819-1901) celebrated her Diamond Jubilee (60th anniversary of her reign - June 1837-June 1897). Her reign of 63 years and seven months was longer than that of any previous British monarch. Here people watch from rooftops, and crowds are crammed into a temporary grandstand emblazoned with the words: In Every Heart One Prayer - God Save Victoria'. From Sixty Years A Queen: The Story of Her Majesty's Reign, by Sir Herbert Maxwell. [Harmsworth Bros, Limited, London, c1897]

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Field Marshal Lord Roberts of Kandahar (1832-1914), British soldier, c1901. Artist: Mortimer Luddington Menpes Featured Print

Field Marshal Lord Roberts of Kandahar (1832-1914), British soldier, c1901. Artist: Mortimer Luddington Menpes

Field Marshal Lord Roberts of Kandahar (1832-1914), British soldier, c1901. Frederick Sleigh Roberts (1832-1914) was one of the foremost British military figures of Victorian times. Awarded the Victoria Cross in 1858 for his actions during the Indian Mutiny, Roberts is best known for his march to capture Kandahar during the Second Afghan War of 1878-1880. He was made Baron of Kandahar and Waterford in 1892 and promoted to Field Marshal in 1895. Roberts commanded the reinforcements sent to South Africa in 1900 after the setbacks of the early part of the Boer War. After his successful intervention in the South African campaign, he returned to England to become Commander-in-Chief of the British Army, a position which he held until 1904, when he retired from the army. From The Studio Volume 22. [The Offices of the Studio Ltd., London, 1901]

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