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Background imageImages Dated 17th August 2007: Queen Mary visiting a Welsh colliery, 1935

Queen Mary visiting a Welsh colliery, 1935. A print from King Emperors Jubilee, 1910-1935, by FGH Salusbury, Daily Express Publications, London, 1935

Background imageImages Dated 17th August 2007: The Battle of Towton, 29 March 1461, (c1920)

The Battle of Towton, 29 March 1461, (c1920). The Battle of Towton (1461) took place near Towton in Yorkshire and was one of the bloodiest ever battles fought in Britain

Background imageImages Dated 17th August 2007: Henry VIII and Cardinal Wolsey, c1888, (c1920). Artist: Sir John Gilbert

Henry VIII and Cardinal Wolsey, c1888, (c1920). Artist: Sir John Gilbert
Henry VIII and Cardinal Wolsey, c1888, (c1920). A version of Ego et Rex Meus (Me and my King) - King Henry VIII talking with Cardinal Wolsey. Wolsey dominated Henrys government from 1515 to 1529

Background imageImages Dated 17th August 2007: The Nizam of Hyderabad pays hommage at the Delhi Durbar, 1911, (1935)

The Nizam of Hyderabad pays hommage at the Delhi Durbar, 1911, (1935). The King and Queen travelled to India to attend the Delhi Durbar, held to celebrate their coronation

Background imageImages Dated 17th August 2007: Naples from the Carmine Castle, Italy, 19th century. Artist: J Poppel

Naples from the Carmine Castle, Italy, 19th century. Artist: J Poppel
Naples from the Carmine Castle, Italy, 19th century

Background imageImages Dated 17th August 2007: Diamond mining on the Vaal River, Free State, South Africa, 19th century. Artist: St de Dree

Diamond mining on the Vaal River, Free State, South Africa, 19th century. Artist: St de Dree
Diamond mining on the Vaal River, Free State, South Africa, 19th century

Background imageImages Dated 17th August 2007: Shanghai port, China, 19th century. Artist: Weber

Shanghai port, China, 19th century. Artist: Weber
Shanghai port, China, 19th century

Background imageImages Dated 17th August 2007: And When Did You Last See Your Father?, 1878, (c1920). Artist: William Frederick Yeames

And When Did You Last See Your Father?, 1878, (c1920). Artist: William Frederick Yeames
And When Did You Last See Your Father?, 1878, (c1920). Fictional event from the English Civil War (1640s) showing a Royalist house under occupation by Parliamentarians

Background imageImages Dated 17th August 2007: View of Si-Ngan-Fou, China, 19th century. Artist: Weber

View of Si-Ngan-Fou, China, 19th century. Artist: Weber
View of Si-Ngan-Fou, China, 19th century. Possibly a depiction of the imperial city of Chang an, now known as Xi an, capital of Shaanxi province

Background imageImages Dated 17th August 2007: The Landing of William of Orange at Torbay, 1688, c1920

The Landing of William of Orange at Torbay, 1688, c1920. Illustration from Story of the British Nation, Volume II, by Walter Hutchinson, (London, c1920s)

Background imageImages Dated 17th August 2007: Sir Orlando Bridgeman, 17th century, (c1920). Artist: R White

Sir Orlando Bridgeman, 17th century, (c1920). Artist: R White
Sir Orlando Bridgeman, 17th century, (c1920). Portrait of Bridgeman (1609-1674), English jurist, lawyer, and politician. Illustration from Story of the British Nation, Volume II

Background imageImages Dated 17th August 2007: Hugh Peters, 17th century, (c1920)

Hugh Peters, 17th century, (c1920). A fanatical puritan divine and parliamentary preacher during the commonwealth period in the 17th century

Background imageImages Dated 17th August 2007: Queen Elizabeth Opening the Royal Exchange in 1570, (c1920). Artist: Ernest Crofts

Queen Elizabeth Opening the Royal Exchange in 1570, (c1920). Artist: Ernest Crofts
Queen Elizabeth Opening the Royal Exchange in 1570, (c1920). Illustration from Story of the British Nation, Volume II, by Walter Hutchinson, (London, c1920s)

Background imageImages Dated 17th August 2007: Signatures of the pilgrim fathers, 1620s, (c1920)

Signatures of the pilgrim fathers, 1620s, (c1920). These represent the signature of twelve leading members of the expedition which set out in the Mayflower in 1620

Background imageImages Dated 17th August 2007: Guy Fawkes lantern, 17th century, (c1920)

Guy Fawkes lantern, 17th century, (c1920). Lantern used by Fawkes in the Gunpowder Plot of 1605. Illustration from Story of the British Nation, Volume II, by Walter Hutchinson, (London, c1920s)

Background imageImages Dated 17th August 2007: Queen Elizabeth Knighting Sir Francis Drake, 1581, (c1920). Artist: WS Bagdatopulos

Queen Elizabeth Knighting Sir Francis Drake, 1581, (c1920). Artist: WS Bagdatopulos
Queen Elizabeth Knighting Sir Francis Drake, 1581, (c1920). Queen Elizabeth I knights Francis Drake on his ship Golden Hind after his round-the-world voyage

Background imageImages Dated 17th August 2007: Raleighs pipes, c1920

Raleighs pipes, c1920. Pipes for smoking tobacco, belonging to English adventurer Sir Walter Raleigh (1554-1618). Raleigh brought the tobacco plant from the New World to England

Background imageImages Dated 17th August 2007: Prisoners in the Lollards Tower, 1550s, (c1920)

Prisoners in the Lollards Tower, 1550s, (c1920). The picture describing the straight handling of the cloase prisonners in Lollardes Tower, originally published in John Foxes Book of Martyrs, (1563)

Background imageImages Dated 17th August 2007: The Escape of Mary Queen of Scots from Loch Leven Castle, 19th century, (c1920)

The Escape of Mary Queen of Scots from Loch Leven Castle, 19th century, (c1920). Victorian depiction of Mary (1542-1587) being rowed to freedom

Background imageImages Dated 17th August 2007: Cardinal Wolsey Going in Procession to Westminster Hall, 1887, (c1920)

Cardinal Wolsey Going in Procession to Westminster Hall, 1887, (c1920). Wolsey dominated Henry VIIIs government from 1515 to 1529

Background imageImages Dated 17th August 2007: Latimer Preaching Before King Edward VI, c1550 (c1920)

Latimer Preaching Before King Edward VI, c1550 (c1920). From Story of the British Nation, volume II, by Walter Hutchinson (London, c1920s)

Background imageImages Dated 17th August 2007: Edward V rides into London with Duke Richard, 1483, (c1920). Artist: C I De Lacy

Edward V rides into London with Duke Richard, 1483, (c1920). Artist: C I De Lacy
Edward V rides into London with Duke Richard, 1483, (c1920). Edward V (1470-1483?) was deposed in 1483 and was succeeded by his uncle, Richard, Duke of Gloucester, who ruled as Richard III

Background imageImages Dated 17th August 2007: The houses of York and Lancaster, 15th century, (c1920)

The houses of York and Lancaster, 15th century, (c1920). Members of the opposing sides in the Wars of the Roses whose symbols were the red rose (Lancaster), and the white rose (York)

Background imageImages Dated 17th August 2007: James I of Scotland, 15th century, (c1920)

James I of Scotland, 15th century, (c1920). Portrait of the Scottish king, James (1394-1437). Illustration from Story of the British Nation, Volume II, by Walter Hutchinson, (London, c1920s)

Background imageImages Dated 17th August 2007: Joan of Arcs tower, Rouen, France, c1920

Joan of Arcs tower, Rouen, France, c1920. Tower where Joan of Arc (1412-1431) was held prisoner. Illustration from Story of the British Nation, Volume II, by Walter Hutchinson, (London, c1920s)

Background imageImages Dated 17th August 2007: The Derby tragedy of 1913, (1935)

The Derby tragedy of 1913, (1935). Emily Davison, a suffragette, threw herself in front of the Kings horse, Anmer, and was killed

Background imageImages Dated 17th August 2007: Mrs Flora Drummond, arrested in Hyde Park, London, 1914, (1935)

Mrs Flora Drummond, arrested in Hyde Park, London, 1914, (1935). General Flora Drummond joined the suffragette campaign to obtain the vote for women

Background imageImages Dated 17th August 2007: Bulletin of the Kings medical progress fixed to the palace railings, 1928, (1935)

Bulletin of the Kings medical progress fixed to the palace railings, 1928, (1935). George V suffered periodically from respiratory complaints

Background imageImages Dated 17th August 2007: The grand staircase in Buckingham Palace, London, 1935

The grand staircase in Buckingham Palace, London, 1935. A print from King Emperors Jubilee, 1910-1935, by FGH Salusbury, Daily Express Publications, London, 1935

Background imageImages Dated 17th August 2007: Thrones in the ball room at Buckingham Palace, London, 1935

Thrones in the ball room at Buckingham Palace, London, 1935. A print from King Emperors Jubilee, 1910-1935, by FGH Salusbury, Daily Express Publications, London, 1935

Background imageImages Dated 17th August 2007: View of the Victoria Monument from inside Buckingham Palace, London, 1935

View of the Victoria Monument from inside Buckingham Palace, London, 1935. The Victoria Monument stands at the end of the Mall in front of Buckingham Palace

Background imageImages Dated 17th August 2007: King George V driving to open the first Ulster parliament in Belfast, 1921, (1935)

King George V driving to open the first Ulster parliament in Belfast, 1921, (1935). Ulster had its own parliament created under the Government of Ireland Act of 1920. It met at Belfasts City Hall

Background imageImages Dated 17th August 2007: Ex-service men and the King, review of 20, 000 Silver Badge men in Hyde Park, London, 1935

Ex-service men and the King, review of 20, 000 Silver Badge men in Hyde Park, London, 1935. Intoduced in 1916, the Silver War Badge (SWB)

Background imageImages Dated 17th August 2007: Celebrating the end of the First World War, 1918, (1935)

Celebrating the end of the First World War, 1918, (1935). A print from King Emperors Jubilee, 1910-1935, by FGH Salusbury, Daily Express Publications, London, 1935

Background imageImages Dated 17th August 2007: The Locarno Treaty sealed and signed in London, 1st December 1925, (1935)

The Locarno Treaty sealed and signed in London, 1st December 1925, (1935). The Treaty of Locarno was signed by Britain, France, Germany, Italy and Belgium

Background imageImages Dated 17th August 2007: The Sidney Street siege, Whitechapel, London, 1911, (1935)

The Sidney Street siege, Whitechapel, London, 1911, (1935). Winston Churchill, then Home Secretary, the left of the top-hatted figures

Background imageImages Dated 17th August 2007: Sphinx damaged by a German bomb dropped on the Embankment, 4th September 1917, (1935)

Sphinx damaged by a German bomb dropped on the Embankment, 4th September 1917, (1935). A print from King Emperors Jubilee, 1910-1935, by FGH Salusbury, Daily Express Publications, London, 1935

Background imageImages Dated 17th August 2007: George V shooting tigers, India, 1911, (1935)

George V shooting tigers, India, 1911, (1935). The King and Queen Mary travelled to India in 1911 to attend the Delhi Durbar, held to commemorate their coronation

Background imageImages Dated 17th August 2007: Indias princely pages, George V and Queen May in Delhi, 1911, (1935)

Indias princely pages, George V and Queen May in Delhi, 1911, (1935). The King and Queen travelled to India to attend the Delhi Durbar, held to celebrate their coronation

Background imageImages Dated 17th August 2007: George V and Queen Mary in Delhi, India, 1911, (1935)

George V and Queen Mary in Delhi, India, 1911, (1935). The King and Queen travelled to India to attend the Delhi Durbar, held to celebrate their coronation

Background imageImages Dated 17th August 2007: Mrs Pankhurst, arrested outside Buckingham Palace, London, 1914, (1935)

Mrs Pankhurst, arrested outside Buckingham Palace, London, 1914, (1935). Emmeline Pankhurst was trying to present a petition to the king

Background imageImages Dated 17th August 2007: The royal visit to Sunderland, 1918, (1935)

The royal visit to Sunderland, 1918, (1935). King George V in conversation with a young boy. A print from King Emperors Jubilee, 1910-1935, by F G H Salusbury, Daily Express Publications, London, 1935

Background imageImages Dated 17th August 2007: A suffragette being arrested, c1910s (1935)

A suffragette being arrested, c1910s (1935). The campaign to secure the vote for women in Britain reached its peak in 1912, early in George Vs reign, with women adopting a range of protests

Background imageImages Dated 17th August 2007: The King and his guards, 1935

The King and his guards, 1935. King George V and the Kings Company of the 1st Battalion, Grenadier Guards, on the terrace at Windsor Castle

Background imageImages Dated 17th August 2007: The Strand as it was in the days of Hansom cabs and tall hats, London, (1935)

The Strand as it was in the days of Hansom cabs and tall hats, London, (1935)
The Strand as it was in the days of Hansom cabs and tall hats, (1935). A print from King Emperors Jubilee, 1910-1935, by FGH Salusbury, Daily Express Publications, London, 1935

Background imageImages Dated 17th August 2007: Aerial view of Windsor Castle, with St Georges Chapel in the foreground, 1935

Aerial view of Windsor Castle, with St Georges Chapel in the foreground, 1935. A print from King Emperors Jubilee, 1910-1935, by FGH Salusbury, Daily Express Publications, London, 1935

Background imageImages Dated 17th August 2007: King Edward VIIs family, Marlborough House, London, c1890 (1935)

King Edward VIIs family, Marlborough House, London, c1890 (1935)
King Edwards VIIs family, Marlborough House, London, c1890 (1935). The Duke of Clarence, the Queen of Norway, Queen Alexandra, the Princess Royal (Duchess of Fife)

Background imageImages Dated 17th August 2007: Queen Mary and her parents, the Duke and Duchess of Teck, c1890-1900, (1935)

Queen Mary and her parents, the Duke and Duchess of Teck, c1890-1900, (1935). Mary of Teck married the future King George V in 1893



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