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Images Dated 23rd January 2007

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Choose from 63 pictures in our Images Dated 23rd January 2007 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.


Embarkation of the Pilgrim Fathers, 1620. Artist: Unknown Featured 23 Jan 2007 Print

Embarkation of the Pilgrim Fathers, 1620. Artist: Unknown

Embarkation of the Pilgrim Fathers, 1620. The Pilgrim Fathers, members of the English Separatist Church sect of Puritans fled religious persecution in 1609, becoming exiles in the Netherlands. They decided to seek a new life in the New World, and sailed from Delft in a small ship, the 'Speedwell', to rendezvous with another vessel, the 'Mayflower'. It transpired that only the Mayflower would be able to withstand the rigours of the trnsatlantic voyage, and all the Pilgrims set sail aboard her from Plymouth. They landed in New England 102 days later

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French women enlisting for war work in Germany, 1940-1944. Artist: Unknown Featured 23 Jan 2007 Print

French women enlisting for war work in Germany, 1940-1944. Artist: Unknown

French women enlisting for war work in Germany, 1940-1944. Faced with a decline in the supply of forced labour from occupied Poland and Russia, the Nazis demanded that France send 250, 000 labourers to Germany by the end of 1942. As an incentive the Germans agreed to repatriate one French prisoner of warfor every three volunteer labourers. In the event the number of volunteers was insufficient and a form of conscription had to be introduced. By the time France was liberated an estimated 650, 000 men and 44, 000 women had been sent to work in Germany

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End of the line of demarcation between German-occupied and Vichy France, 1942 (March 1943). Artist: Unknown Featured 23 Jan 2007 Print

End of the line of demarcation between German-occupied and Vichy France, 1942 (March 1943). Artist: Unknown

End of the line of demarcation between German-occupied and Vichy France, November 1942 (March 1943). Cover of a French magazine. After the Allies landed in North Africa in Operation Torch the Germans occupied the part of France governed by the Vichy regime under the terms of the armistice agreed in 1940. The caption in the bottom right hand corner of the cover states that the premier of the Vichy regime, Pierre Laval (right) was the last traveller to present himself with a pass at the line of demarcation before its abolition. Rights information: Cleared for Editorial Use Only. Please Contact Us For Any Other Clearance Rights

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