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Prejudice Collection

Background imagePrejudice Collection: Foot-Races at the annual festival of the Asylum for Idiots, Earlswood, 1864. Creator: Unknown

Foot-Races at the annual festival of the Asylum for Idiots, Earlswood, 1864. Creator: Unknown
Foot-Races at the annual festival of the Asylum for Idiots, Earlswood, 1864. The annual festival provided by a kind and judicious management for the inmates of the Earlswood Asylum, near Redhill

Background imagePrejudice Collection: Vain work, c17th century. Creator: David Klocker Ehrenstrahl

Vain work, c17th century. Creator: David Klocker Ehrenstrahl
Vain work, c17th century

Background imagePrejudice Collection: One side of the monument erected to race prejudice, New Orleans, Louisiana, 1936

One side of the monument erected to race prejudice, New Orleans, Louisiana, 1936. Creator: Dorothea Lange
One side of the monument erected to race prejudice. New Orleans, Louisiana. ["In the Signal Victory of the 14th of September

Background imagePrejudice Collection: One side of the monument erected to race prejudice, New Orleans, Louisiana, 1936

One side of the monument erected to race prejudice, New Orleans, Louisiana, 1936. Creator: Dorothea Lange
One side of the monument erected to race prejudice. New Orleans, Louisiana. [United States troops took over the state government

Background imagePrejudice Collection: One side of the monument erected to race prejudice, New Orleans, Louisiana, 1936

One side of the monument erected to race prejudice, New Orleans, Louisiana, 1936. Creator: Dorothea Lange
One side of the monument erected to race prejudice. New Orleans, Louisiana. ["We therefore call upon the people to assemble at Clay Statue, Canal Street

Background imagePrejudice Collection: La Caravane du Caire (The Caravan from Cairo) (Furnishing Fabric), France, 1785 / 89

La Caravane du Caire (The Caravan from Cairo) (Furnishing Fabric), France, 1785 / 89
La Caravane du Caire (The Caravan from Cairo) (Furnishing Fabric), France, 1785/89. Vignettes possibly depicting the white slave trade. Manufactured by Petitpierre et Cie

Background imagePrejudice Collection: Grave of the Black Dwarf, 1845. Creator: Unknown

Grave of the Black Dwarf, 1845. Creator: Unknown
Grave of the Black Dwarf, 1845. The headstone of...a poor deformed creature called David Ritchie, who, when even arrived at mans estate, was only about three feet five inches in height

Background imagePrejudice Collection: Cottage of the Black Dwarf, 1845. Creator: Unknown

Cottage of the Black Dwarf, 1845. Creator: Unknown
Cottage of the Black Dwarf, 1845. House in Peeblesshire in the Scottish Borders, home of a recluse, ...a poor deformed creature called David Ritchie

Background imagePrejudice Collection: Ferdinand Alvarez De Toledo Herzog Von Alba, (1933). Creator: Unknown

Ferdinand Alvarez De Toledo Herzog Von Alba, (1933). Creator: Unknown
Ferdinand Alvarez De Toledo Herzog Von Alba, (1933). Portrait of Fernando Alvarez de Toledo, Duke of Alba (1507-1582), Spanish general and governor of the Spanish Netherlands

Background imagePrejudice Collection: Roman Catholic procession, City of London, 1679

Roman Catholic procession, City of London, 1679. The Solem Mock Procession of the Pope, Cardinalls, Jesuits, Fryers etc: through the City of London

Background imagePrejudice Collection: Immolation of the Jew!, 1835. Artist: G Drake

Immolation of the Jew!, 1835. Artist: G Drake
Immolation of the Jew!, 1835. A platform with a steaming cauldron labelled Christian intolerance. Two figures stand over the cauldron, to which ascends David Salomons

Background imagePrejudice Collection: A stir in the City, or some folks at Guild-hall, 1754

A stir in the City, or some folks at Guild-hall, 1754. The scene is Guildhall Yard where a Jewish Lord Mayor is turned away by the beadles at the porch of Guildhall

Background imagePrejudice Collection: No Popery or Newgate Reformer... 1780

No Popery or Newgate Reformer... 1780. A villainous looking man, believed to be Ned Dennis, wearing a No Popery favour in his hat, holds a cudgel raised to his left

Background imagePrejudice Collection: The assassination of Henry III of France, 1589

The assassination of Henry III of France, 1589. King from 1574, Henry (1551-1589) was assassinated by a Dominican friar, Jacques Clement, for his opposition to the Catholic Holy League

Background imagePrejudice Collection: Henry I, Duke of Guise, French soldier and politician, 16th century (1882-1884)

Henry I, Duke of Guise, French soldier and politician, 16th century (1882-1884). Henry of Lorraine, Duke of Guise (1550-1588) was one of the instigators of the St Bartholomews Day Massacre

Background imagePrejudice Collection: St Bartholomews Day Massacre, 1572 (1882-1884). Artist: G Dory

St Bartholomews Day Massacre, 1572 (1882-1884). Artist: G Dory
St Bartholomews Day Massacre, 1572 (1882-1884). The massacre occurred after a failed attempt by the powerful Catholic Guise family to murder the Huguenot (Protestant)

Background imagePrejudice Collection: Murder of Joseph and Hyrum Smith, 1844 (c1880)

Murder of Joseph and Hyrum Smith, 1844 (c1880). The Mormon Church (Church of Jesus Christ of Latter-day Saints) was founded by Joseph Smith in 1830

Background imagePrejudice Collection: The Baltic Railway Station, expulsion of Jews from St Petersburg, Russia, 1891. Artist: B Baruch

The Baltic Railway Station, expulsion of Jews from St Petersburg, Russia, 1891. Artist: B Baruch
The Baltic Railway Station, expulsion of Jews from St Petersburg, Russia, 1891. A print from The Illustrated London News, 20th June 1891

Background imagePrejudice Collection: The Burning of Richard Woodman and nine other protestant martyrs, at Lewes in Sussex

The Burning of Richard Woodman and nine other protestant martyrs, at Lewes in Sussex
The Burning of ten protestant martyrs, Lewes, Sussex, 1557. Seventeen Protestant martyrs were burned at the stake between 1555 and 1557 during the persecutions of the reign of Queen Mary

Background imagePrejudice Collection: Annual procession of the Orangemen, Belfast, Northern Ireland, 1922. Artist: J Johnson

Annual procession of the Orangemen, Belfast, Northern Ireland, 1922. Artist: J Johnson
Annual procession of the Orangemen, Belfast, Northern Ireland, 1922. From Peoples of All Nations, Their Life Today and the Story of Their Past, volume IV: Georgia to Italy

Background imagePrejudice Collection: Burning of a heretic, c16th century (1882-1884). Artist: Spex

Burning of a heretic, c16th century (1882-1884). Artist: Spex
Burning of a heretic, c16th century (1882-1884). The 16th century saw increasing strife between French Catholics and Protestants, culminating in the French Wars of Religion (1562-1598)

Background imagePrejudice Collection: The Duke of Alva, 16th century, (1896)

The Duke of Alva, 16th century, (1896). Portrait of Fernando Alvarez de Toledo, (1507-1582), Spanish general and governor of the Spanish Netherlands

Background imagePrejudice Collection: The Stoning of St Stephen, mid 15th century. Artist: Fra Angelico

The Stoning of St Stephen, mid 15th century. Artist: Fra Angelico
The Stoning of St Stephen, mid 15th century. St Stephen (dc35), a deacon of the early Christian church in Jerusalem, was found guilty of blasphemy by the Sanhedrin

Background imagePrejudice Collection: The Judgement of St Laurence, mid 15th century. Artist: Fra Angelico

The Judgement of St Laurence, mid 15th century. Artist: Fra Angelico
The Judgement of St Laurence, mid 15th century. Also known as St Laurence before Deciuss Tribunal. St Laurence (d258), saint and martyr, was Deacon of the Christian church in Rome

Background imagePrejudice Collection: St Laurence before Deciuss tribunal (detail), mid 15th century. Artist: Fra Angelico

St Laurence before Deciuss tribunal (detail), mid 15th century. Artist: Fra Angelico
St Laurence before Deciuss tribunal (detail), mid 15th century. St Laurence (d258), saint and martyr, was Deacon of the Christian church in Rome

Background imagePrejudice Collection: Arrest and Stoning of St Stephen, mid 15th century. Artist: Fra Angelico

Arrest and Stoning of St Stephen, mid 15th century. Artist: Fra Angelico
Arrest and Stoning of St Stephen, mid 15th century. St Stephen (dc35), a deacon of the early Christian church in Jerusalem, was found guilty of blasphemy by the Sanhedrin

Background imagePrejudice Collection: Nicholas Ridley, 16th century English Protestant reformer and martyr

Nicholas Ridley, 16th century English Protestant reformer and martyr. Appointed Bishop of London in 1550, Ridley (c1500-1555)

Background imagePrejudice Collection: Assassination of Henry III, King of France, 1589 (1589-1590)

Assassination of Henry III, King of France, 1589 (1589-1590). King from 1574, Henry (1551-1589) was assassinated by friar Jacques Clement for his opposition to the Catholic Holy League

Background imagePrejudice Collection: Gaspard de Coligny, 16th century French Huguenot admiral, 1851

Gaspard de Coligny, 16th century French Huguenot admiral, 1851. Already wounded by a previous attempt on his life, Coligny (1517-1572)

Background imagePrejudice Collection: Procession of the League (la Ligue), Paris, 24 May 1590

Procession of the League (la Ligue), Paris, 24 May 1590. Typical soldiers and civic guards armed with pikes and harquebuses leaving Notre Dame

Background imagePrejudice Collection: Paris during the League (La Ligue), 1590 (19th century)

Paris during the League (La Ligue), 1590 (19th century). Illustration based on pictures of the Procession of the League, 24 May 1590

Background imagePrejudice Collection: Troops attempting to clear streets during anti-Jewish riots, Algiers, Algeria, 1898

Troops attempting to clear streets during anti-Jewish riots, Algiers, Algeria, 1898. From Le Petit Journal The body of a victim of the violence lies on the floor in the foreground

Background imagePrejudice Collection: St Bartholomews Day Massacre, Paris, 24 August 1572

St Bartholomews Day Massacre, Paris, 24 August 1572
St Bartholomews Day Massacre, Paris, August 1572. The massacre occurred after a failed attempt by the powerful Catholic Guise family to murder the Huguenot (Protestant)

Background imagePrejudice Collection: Battle of Montcontour, French Religious Wars, 3 October 1569 (1570). Artist: Jacques Tortorel

Battle of Montcontour, French Religious Wars, 3 October 1569 (1570). Artist: Jacques Tortorel
Battle of Montcontour, French Religious Wars, 3 October 1569 (1570). The Huguenots under Gaspard Coligny (1519-1572) took heavy losses during their defeat by the Catholics under Henry

Background imagePrejudice Collection: Siege of Poitiers, French Religious Wars, 24 July-7 September 1569 (1570). Artist: Jacques Tortorel

Siege of Poitiers, French Religious Wars, 24 July-7 September 1569 (1570). Artist: Jacques Tortorel
Siege of Poitiers, French Religious Wars, 24 July-7 September 1569 (1570). The Huguenots under Gaspard de Coligny (1519-1572)

Background imagePrejudice Collection: Siege of Chartres, French Religious Wars, 1568 (1570). Artist: Jacques Tortorel

Siege of Chartres, French Religious Wars, 1568 (1570). Artist: Jacques Tortorel
Siege of Chartres, French Religious Wars, 1568 (1570). Sappers working to undermine a bastion forming part of the citys defences

Background imagePrejudice Collection: Battle of St Denis, French Religious Wars, 10 November 1567 (1570). Artist: Jacques Tortorel

Battle of St Denis, French Religious Wars, 10 November 1567 (1570). Artist: Jacques Tortorel
Battle of St Denis, French Religious Wars, 10 November 1567 (1570). The battle was fought between the Huguenots under Louis

Background imagePrejudice Collection: Peace of Amboise ending the first French Religious War, 13 March 1563 (1570)

Peace of Amboise ending the first French Religious War, 13 March 1563 (1570). Artist: Jacques Tortorel
Peace of Amboise ending the first French Religious War, 13 March 1563 (1570). The peace conference was held on the Isle de Boeuf, Orleans

Background imagePrejudice Collection: Fourth charge at the Battle of Dreux, French Religious Wars, 19 December 1562 (1570)

Fourth charge at the Battle of Dreux, French Religious Wars, 19 December 1562 (1570). Artist: Jacques Tortorel
Fourth charge at the Battle of Dreux, French Religious Wars, 19 December 1562 (1570). The outcome of the battle was indecisive, although notable for the fact that the commanders of both sides

Background imagePrejudice Collection: Murder of Francois de Lorraine, Duc de Guise, French Religious Wars, 18 February 1563 (1570)

Murder of Francois de Lorraine, Duc de Guise, French Religious Wars, 18 February 1563 (1570). Francois de Lorraine, 2nd Duc de Guise (1519-1563), one of the leaders of the Catholic faction

Background imagePrejudice Collection: Second charge at the Battle of Dreux, French Religious Wars, 19 December 1562 (1570)

Second charge at the Battle of Dreux, French Religious Wars, 19 December 1562 (1570). Artist: Jacques Tortorel
Second charge at the Battle of Dreux, French Religious Wars, 19 December 1562 (1570). The outcome of the battle was indecisive, although notable for the fact that the commanders of both sides

Background imagePrejudice Collection: Massacre at Vassy, French Religious Wars, 1 March 1562 (1570). Artist: Jacques Tortorel

Massacre at Vassy, French Religious Wars, 1 March 1562 (1570). Artist: Jacques Tortorel
Massacre at Vassy, French Religious Wars, 1 March 1562 (1570). Francois de Lorraine, 2nd Duc de Guise (1519-1563), directs massacre of Huguenots during a service, watched by Charles de Lorraine

Background imagePrejudice Collection: Amboise Enterprise or Conspiracy, French Religious Wars, March 1560 (c1570)

Amboise Enterprise or Conspiracy, French Religious Wars, March 1560 (c1570). Artist: Jacques Tortorel
Amboise Enterprise or Conspiracy, French Religious Wars, March 1560 (c1570). The Amboise Enterprise was a Huguenot plot against the Catholic Guise faction, led by Jean du Barry

Background imagePrejudice Collection: Execution of conspirators at Amboise, French Religious Wars, March 1560 (1570)

Execution of conspirators at Amboise, French Religious Wars, March 1560 (1570). Artist: Jacques Tortorel
Execution of conspirators at Amboise, French Religious Wars, March 1560 (1570). Execution by hanging or decapitation by the sword of conspirators in the Amboise Enterprise

Background imagePrejudice Collection: Henry of Lorraine, 3rd Duc de Guise, 16th century French soldier and statesman, mid 19th century

Henry of Lorraine, 3rd Duc de Guise, 16th century French soldier and statesman, mid 19th century. Henry of Lorraine (1550-1588) was one of the instigators of the St Bartholemews Day Massacre

Background imagePrejudice Collection: Yet again: the Jew!!, German anti-semitic propaganda leaflet, c1933-1945

Yet again: the Jew!!, German anti-semitic propaganda leaflet, c1933-1945

Background imagePrejudice Collection: Service in the Synagogue during the reading from the Torah, 1868

Service in the Synagogue during the reading from the Torah, 1868. The service is interrupted by the entrance of an angry crowd let by a Christian Priest

Background imagePrejudice Collection: The Puseyite Moth and the Roman Candle, 1850

The Puseyite Moth and the Roman Candle, 1850. Edward Pusey (1800-1882) English theologian and leader of Oxford Movement, shown as an Anglican moth in danger of being singed by the flame of Roman



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