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Images Dated 12th April 2004

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Choose from 118 pictures in our Images Dated 12th April 2004 collection for your Wall Art or Photo Gift. Popular choices include Framed Photos, Canvas Prints, Posters and Jigsaw Puzzles. All professionally made for quick delivery.


Nicholas II with his staff Featured 12 Apr 2004 Print

Nicholas II with his staff

Tsar Nicholas II, Emperor of Russia, shown with his staff on the Eastern front. Nicholas dismissed Grand Duke Nicholas in 1915 and appointed himself as Commander-in-Chief of the Imperial Russian Army, proving to be a weak and directionless military leader

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Blown-up bridge in Warsaw Featured 12 Apr 2004 Print

Blown-up bridge in Warsaw

A bridge over the Vistula at Warsaw, blown up by the Russians in their retreat through Poland. In May 1915, the combined forces of Austria-Hungary and Germany attacked the Russian army at Gorlice forcing the poorly-equipped Russians to retreat through Galicia and then Poland. As well as around 3/4 million Russian prisoners, the advance of the German army also made refugees of around 10 million

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The Lost Cunarder Featured 12 Apr 2004 Print

The Lost Cunarder

Photograph of the Lusitania, a floating palace, torpedoed and sunk by a German U-boat on May 7th 1915 with the loss of 1200 lives. As well as carrying a large cargo of munitions, the passengers included 100 neutral Americans. The incident was to play a part in bringing the United States into World War I

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