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Images Dated 2006 August

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On the Alert - Lioness and Cubs, c1878-1910, (1912).Artist: John MacAllan Swan Featured August Image

On the Alert - Lioness and Cubs, c1878-1910, (1912).Artist: John MacAllan Swan

On the Alert - Lioness and Cubs, c1878-1910, (1912). A colour print from Famous Paintings, with an introduction by Gilbert Chesterton, Cassell and Company, (London, New York, Toronto, 1912)

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Belgian soldiers of the 9th Mixed Brigade, Battle of Liege, Belgium, 5-16 August 1914 Featured August Image

Belgian soldiers of the 9th Mixed Brigade, Battle of Liege, Belgium, 5-16 August 1914

Belgian soldiers of the 9th Mixed Brigade, Battle of Liege, Belgium, 5-16 August 1914. After the Germans invaded Belgium on 4 August 1914, the Belgians pinned their hopes on the strategic fortifications of the city of Liege. The defenders held out from 5-16 August, slowing the German advance towards France in the process, until their resistance was ended by heavy artillery bombardment

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George VI, Admiral of the Fleet in the Royal Navy, 1936 Featured August Image

George VI, Admiral of the Fleet in the Royal Navy, 1936

George VI, Admiral of the Fleet in the Royal Navy, 1936. The future King George VI (1895-1902) served in the Navy from 1910 until 1918, seeing action during World War I at the Battle of Jutland on board HMS Collingwood'. He became an Admiral of the Fleet upon his accession to the throne. A plate from the Illustrated London News: Coronation Record Number, London, 1937

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