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Craig Gallery

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Choose from 54 pictures in our Craig collection for your Wall Art or Photo Gift. Popular choices include Framed Photos, Canvas Prints, Posters and Jigsaw Puzzles. All professionally made for quick delivery.


The Scene on Spion Kop - Major Thorneycrofts Desperate Situation, 1900. Creator: Frank Craig Featured Print

The Scene on Spion Kop - Major Thorneycrofts Desperate Situation, 1900. Creator: Frank Craig

The Scene on Spion Kop - Major Thorneycroft's Desperate Situation, 1900. British forces captured what they thought was the summit of Spion Kop. The Boers held higher ground and counter-attacked, swarming the British position, all higher ranking British officers were killed or mortally wounded, leaving Thorneycroft the most senior officer present. From "South Africa and the Transvaal War, Vol. III", by Louis Creswicke. [T. C. & E. C. Jack, Edinburgh, 1900]

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The sovereigns returning thanks to God for the victory of Leipzig, 1816.Artist: T Wallis Featured Print

The sovereigns returning thanks to God for the victory of Leipzig, 1816.Artist: T Wallis

The sovereigns returning thanks to God for the victory of Leipzig, 1816. The Battle of the Nations (or Battle of Leipzig ) in 1813 was one of the most decisive defeats suffered by Napoleon Bonaparte in the Napoleonic Wars. It was fought on German soil and involved German troops on both sides, as a large proportion of Napoleon's troops actually came from the German Confederation of the Rhine. It is considered to be the largest battle in Europe before World War I, with over 500, 000 troops involved. From The History of the War, from the Commencement of the French Revolution to the Present Time, volume II, by Hewson Clarke, published by T Kinnersley (London, 1816)

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The Duke of Wellington commanding at the Battle of Assaye, 1816.Artist: T Wallis Featured Print

The Duke of Wellington commanding at the Battle of Assaye, 1816.Artist: T Wallis

The Duke of Wellington commanding at the Battle of Assaye, 1816. The Battle of Assaye occurred on 23 September 1803 near the village of Assaye in south-central India. It was one of the decisive battles of the Second Anglo-Maratha War. In 1814 Sir Arthur Wellesley, the 1st Duke of Wellington (1769-1852), commanded the victorious British forces in the Peninsular War (for which he was promoted to Field Marshal and made a duke) and in 1815 he inflicted the final defeat on Napoleon at Waterloo. Christened the Iron Duke, Wellington served as Prime Minister from 1828 to 1830, but his intransigent opposition to parliamentary reform led to him being compelled to resign. His death was marked by a grand funeral and the honour of a burial in St Paul's Cathedral alongside the other great British military hero of the Napoeonic Wars, Nelson. From The History of the War, from the Commencement of the French Revolution to the Present Time, volume I, by Hewson Clarke, published by T Kinnersley (London, 1816)

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