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Images Dated 6th June 2007

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Choose from 180 pictures in our Images Dated 6th June 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.


The Massacre of an English Mission in Benin, 1897. Artist: F Meaulle Featured 6 Jun 2007 Print

The Massacre of an English Mission in Benin, 1897. Artist: F Meaulle

The Massacre of an British expedition in Benin, 1897. In 1896 a small armed British force under the command of Lieutenant James Phillips was sent to Benin, then an independent kingdom, to demand an end to the collection of customs duties from British traders. The force was ambushed on the road from Gwato to Benin City and all but two men were killed. The attack led to a much larger force being sent in reprisal. Benin was conquered and incorporated into the British colony of Nigeria. An illustration from Le Petit Journal, 24th January 1897

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Isidore Exelmans French soldier, Battle of Rocquencourt, 1815 (1897). Artist: Henri Meyer Featured 6 Jun 2007 Print

Isidore Exelmans French soldier, Battle of Rocquencourt, 1815 (1897). Artist: Henri Meyer

Isidore Exelmans French soldier, Battle of Rocquencourt, 1815 (1897). Remi Joseph Isidore Exelmans (1775-1852) was a distinguished French soldier of the Revolutionary and Napoleonic Wars, as well as a political figure of the following period. Rocquencourt, a suburb of Paris, was the scene of the last battle fought by Napoleon's Grande Armee, after their defeat at Waterloo. An illustration from Le Petit Journal, 14th February 1897

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Fire at the Bazar de la Charite, Paris, 4th May 1897. Artist: F Meaulle Featured 6 Jun 2007 Print

Fire at the Bazar de la Charite, Paris, 4th May 1897. Artist: F Meaulle

Fire at the Bazar de la Charite, Paris, 4th May 1897. The fire was caused by film equipment with a lamp powered by oxygen exploding. 115 people, most of them women, were killed in the disaster. An illustration from Le Petit Journal, 16th July 1897

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