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Choose from 294 pictures in our Peace 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.


Allegory of the Psalm of David; Misericordia seated to the left feeding four children Featured Print

Allegory of the Psalm of David; Misericordia seated to the left feeding four children

Allegory of the Psalm of David; Misericordia seated to the left feeding four children with milk from her breast, Truth seated to the right holding an open book in her left hand and her foot resting on a globe, Justice stands behind to the left holding a pair of scales and embracing Peace who stands to the right holding a caduceus, 1579

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Keir Hardie gives a speech in Trafalgar Square, London, 2 August 1914, (1933). Creator: Unknown Featured Print

Keir Hardie gives a speech in Trafalgar Square, London, 2 August 1914, (1933). Creator: Unknown

Keir Hardie speaking at a peace rally in Trafalgar Square, London, 2 August 1914, (1933). James Keir Hardie (1856-1915) was a Scottish trade unionist and founder member of the Labour Party. As well as championing wokers rights, he was also a prominent supporter of the suffragettes campaign for votes for women. A pacifist, Hardie was vehemently opposed to the First World War and unsuccessfully attempted, in collaboration with socialists in other countries, to organise a general strike to stop the conflict. He spoke against the war at demonstrations across Britain and supported the stance of conscientious objectors. Britain declared war on Germany on 4 August and entered the First World War. From "The Pageant of the Century". [Odhams Press Ltd, 1933]

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The opening of the Masonic Peace Memorial, Great Queen Street, London, 19 July 1933, (1935) Featured Print

The opening of the Masonic Peace Memorial, Great Queen Street, London, 19 July 1933, (1935)

The opening of the Masonic Peace Memorial, Great Queen Street, London, 19 July 1933, (1935). The Masonic Temple...was opened by the Duke of Connaught, Grand Master of the United Grand Lodge of England'. The building was designed as a memorial to the 3,225 Freemasons who died on active service in World War I. Initially known as the Masonic Peace Memorial, the name was changed to Freemasons Hall at the start of World War II in 1939. From "The Silver Jubilee Book - The Story of 25 Eventful Years in Pictures". [Odhams Press Ltd., London, 1935]

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