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Images Dated 3rd March 2006

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Dropping the Pilot, 1890. Artist: John Tenniel Featured 3 Mar 2006 Print

Dropping the Pilot, 1890. Artist: John Tenniel

Dropping the Pilot, 1890. Otto von Bismarck (1815-1898) Prussian/German statesman, resigned as Chancellor, together with his son the German foreign minister, because of their disapproval of the Emperor Wilhelm II's policies. John Tenniel's cartoon shows Bismarck, who has piloted the German Empire since it's inception in 1871, leaving the ship of state watched by Wilhelm II. From Punch. (London, 29 March 1890)

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Aimable Jean Jacques Pelissier, French soldier, 1857 Featured 3 Mar 2006 Print

Aimable Jean Jacques Pelissier, French soldier, 1857

Aimable Jean Jacques Pelissier, French soldier, 1857. Pelissier (1794-1864) served in Spain, Algeria and the Crimea. During the Crimean War (1853-1856) he commanded the First Corps of French army which co-operated with the British at Sebastapol. His troops carried fort of Malakoff by storm in 1856. Pelissier was made a Marshal of France in 1855 and Duke of Malakoff in 1856. He was appointed Ambassador to Great Britain in 1850 and Governor-General of Algeria in 1860

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Jenny Lind, soprano known as the Swedish Nightingale, 1848 Featured 3 Mar 2006 Print

Jenny Lind, soprano known as the Swedish Nightingale, 1848

Jenny Lind, soprano known as the Swedish Nightingale, 1848. Lind (1820-1887) in the title role of Donizetti's opera Lucia di Lammermoor performed at Her Majesty's Theatre London in 1848. The premiere was at Naples in 1835, and the first London performance was in 1838. The opera is based on the novel The Bride of Lammermoor by Walter Scott. This is the final scene where Lucia goes mad. From The Illustrated London News. (London, 1848)

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