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Choose from 55 pictures in our 00407 collection for your Wall Art or Photo Gift. All professionally made for Quick Shipping. We are proud to offer this selection in partnership with Memory Lane Prints.


Fire drill at a famous munition works. With true North Country grit Featured 00407 Image

Fire drill at a famous munition works. With true North Country grit

Fire drill at a famous munition works. With true North Country grit, the girls of a big Munition Works have organised a Fire Brigade, the members attending drill with the keenest interest. Picture shows the fire squad at attention

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1910s, 20th Century, B W, Home Front, Hoses, Industry, Medium Group Of People, People, Uniform, War And Conflict, Women Only, World War One, Ww1

Lord Kitchener was Secretary of State for War when World War One was declared on August Featured 00407 Image

Lord Kitchener was Secretary of State for War when World War One was declared on August

Lord Kitchener was Secretary of State for War when World War One was declared on August 4th 1914. Lord Kitchener had been a career soldier and did not believe that the war would be over by Christmas 1914. Kitchener informed the Cabinet of his views. He believed that World War One would last between three and four years and that the UK would have to mobilise millions of men if the war was to be won. It was a remarkably accurate prophecy.
In May 1916, Kitchener received an invite from Nicholas II, Tsar or Russia, to visit Russia and advise him on military matters. On June 5th Kitchener set sail from Scapa Flow for Russia on the cruiser "HMS HampshireO. At about 19.00, the "HampshireO hit a German mine and sunk in 15 minutes. 643 out of the 655 on board drowned or died of hypothermia. Kitchener was among the dead. . Circa 1914

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Douglas Haig (1861-1928) commander in chief of the British Expeditionary Force (BEF Featured 00407 Image

Douglas Haig (1861-1928) commander in chief of the British Expeditionary Force (BEF

Douglas Haig (1861-1928) commander in chief of the British Expeditionary Force (BEF) in the First World War Haig led the British Army to its greatest victory in the war in. However his reputation was tainted by the losses suffered on Somme and the long and bitter road to victory. Seen here at a army camp in Northern France circa 1916

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