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Terrorism Gallery

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Choose from 39 pictures in our Terrorism 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.


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A bomb explodes on the day of the wedding of the king and queen of Spain, Madrid, 1906, (1910)

A bomb explodes on the day of the wedding of King Alfonso XIII and Victoria Eugenie of Spain, Madrid, 31 May 1906, (1910). 'The most remarkable Press picture ever obtained - The actual exploding of the bomb thrown at the King and Queen of Spain'. Librarian Mateu Morral threw a bomb hidden in a flower bouquet from his hotel window as the royal procession passed. Alfonso XIII and Victoria Eugenie were unhurt in the assassination attempt, but 24 bystanders and soldiers were killed and over 100 others were injured. When Morral was discovered two days later he shot a police officer and killed himself. The attempted regicide became known as The Morral Affair. From "The Strand Magazine, an illustrated monthly", Volume XL - July to December 1910. [George Newnes Ltd, London, 1910]

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James Carey, Irish Republican and informer, 1883. Artist: Unknown

James Carey, Irish Republican and informer, 1883. He swears in his victims; Look, the man in the grey suit; He informs; as crown witness. Carey (1845-1883) was a leading member of the Republican group known as 'the Invincibles', which carried out the assassination of Thomas Henry Burke, the Under-Secretary to the Lord-Lieutenant of Ireland, and Chief Secretary Lord Frederick Cavendish in Dublin's Phoenix Park on 6 May 1882. He was arrested in January 1883 and turned queen's evidence, leading to the hanging of five of his former associates. He was smuggled out of the country under an assumed name, bound for South Africa, but his real identity was betrayed and he was murdered by Patrick O'Donnell, an Irish bricklayer, on board a ship sailing from Cape Town to Natal, on 29 July 1883. A print from a supplement given away with the Weekly Freeman, 5 May

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Explosion at the police station on the Rue des Bons-Enfants, Paris, 1892. Artist: Henri Meyer

Explosion at the police station on the Rue des Bons-Enfants, Paris, 1892. On 8 November 1892, an anarchist named Emile Henry deposited a bomb at the offices of the Carmaux Mining Company in Paris. The bomb was discovered, seized and transported to the police station located on the Rue des Bons-Enfants, where it exploded, killing five police officers. A print from a supplement to the Le Petit Journal, 19th November 1892.

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