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Choose from 205 pictures in our Daniel 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.


How Piper Laidlaw won the Victoria Cross on September 25, 1915, (c1920). Creator Featured Print

How Piper Laidlaw won the Victoria Cross on September 25, 1915, (c1920). Creator

How Piper Laidlaw won the Victoria Cross on September 25, 1915, (c1920). Playing the 7th King's Own Scottish Borderers out of their trenches at the Battle of Loos in the midst of the gas attack'. During the Battle of Loos in northern France, British soldier Daniel Laidlaw (1875-1950) played his bagpipes to encourage the men of his regiment. He was awarded the Victoria Cross by King George V on 3 February 1916: For most conspicuous bravery prior to an assault on German trenches near Loos and Hill 70...During the worst of the bombardment, Piper Laidlaw, seeing that his company was badly shaken from the effects of gas, with absolute coolness and disregard of danger, mounted the parapet, marched up and down and played company out of the trench. The effect of his splendid example was immediate and the company dashed out to the assault. Piper Laidlaw continued playing his pipes until he was wounded. Laidlaw was also awarded the Croix de Guerre by France

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Great Repeal Meeting in Washington Hall, 1844. Creator: Unknown Featured Print

Great Repeal Meeting in Washington Hall, 1844. Creator: Unknown

Great Repeal Meeting in Washington Hall, 1844. Meeting in New York: ...for the purpose of raising a fund for the payment of the fine of £2000 which Mr. [Daniel] O'Connell is sentenced to pay at the expiration of his imprisonment. From all quarters of the city, and from the adjoining villages, the Irish, chiefly of the lower classes, poured in by hundreds and thousands to the place of meeting. Long before the time of meeting the large hall was densely crowded, and the scene was diversified, animated, and picturesque in the extreme'. From "Illustrated London News", 1844, Vol V

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Mr. O'Connell, in his triumphal car, 1844. Creator: Unknown Featured Print

Mr. O'Connell, in his triumphal car, 1844. Creator: Unknown

Mr. O'Connell, in his triumphal car, 1844. Crowds in Dublin, Ireland, celebrate the release from prison of nationalist politician. At length Mr. O'Connell...[was] seen ascending the triumphal car; and then came forth a shout, so loud, so long, so vehement, and so enthusiastic, that even the man of firmest nerve must for the moment have felt himself shaken by it. Wherever the eye could reach upon the space beneath it, was occupied by a human being, and each and all were sending forth a peal of acclamation. The shout of those in front of the prison was caught up along the whole line of procession, and for at least five minutes the air seemed to be rent with a thunderburst of joyful cheerings, that came reverberating back upon the utterers, making every heart beat quicker, and every eye glance brighter'. From "Illustrated London News", 1844, Vol I

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