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Images Dated 14th May 2019

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The Capture of Givenchy, (1919). Creator: Fortunino Matania Featured 14 May 2019 Print

The Capture of Givenchy, (1919). Creator: Fortunino Matania

'The Capture of Givenchy', (1919). Scene from the First World War, 1914-1919: 'How the Manchester Regiment Captured the Village of Givenchy by Storm and Drove Out the Germans', first published in "The Sphere". 'The Germans occupied the ruins of the little village of Givenchy on the La Bassee Canal [in northern France], which was very strongly fortified. The Manchester Regiment, however, cleared them out by a most brilliant and dashing attack, pressing on through the village, fierce hand-to-hand fighting taking place in the villa gardens and at every corner affording cover for the Germans.' British forces captured the occupied village of Givenchy on 20 December 1914. From "The History of the Great European War: its causes and effects", Vol. V, by W. Stanley Macbean Knight. [Caxton Pulishing Company, Limited, London, 1919]

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'Professor Treitschke', (1919). Creator: Unknown Featured 14 May 2019 Print

'Professor Treitschke', (1919). Creator: Unknown

'Professor Treitschke', (1919). Portrait of German historian and political writer Heinrich Gotthard von Treitschke (1834-1896). Treitschke was an outspoken nationalist, who favoured German colonialism and opposed the British Empire. 'The greatest modern German historian, whose writings and influence have created the scornful antipathy and public opinion against England in Germany. It is probable war would never have taken place without him. He has earnestly preached the supersession of England's supremacy by Germany and of the future of Germany as a great world Power.' From "The History of the Great European War: its causes and effects", Vol. I, by W. Stanley Macbean Knight. [Caxton Pulishing Company, Limited, London, 1919]

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'Battle of Kandahar - 'The 92nd Are To Take The Guns'', (1901). Creator: Unknown Featured 14 May 2019 Print

'Battle of Kandahar - "The 92nd Are To Take The Guns"', (1901). Creator: Unknown

'Battle of Kandahar - "The 92nd Are To Take The Guns"', (1901). The Battle of Kandahar in southern Afghanistan was fought on 1 September 1880 between the British under General Frederick Sleigh Roberts and Afghan forces led by Ayub Khan. It was the last major conflict of the Second Anglo-Afghan War. The 92nd Highlanders are seen advancing, with a piper in the foreground. After a painting made before 1899. From "The Life and Deeds of Earl Roberts, Vol. III. - To The End of Lord Roberts's Indian Career", by J. Maclaren Cobban. [T. C. & E. C. Jack, Edinburgh, 1901]

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