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Title: At the front! Every fit Briton should join our brave men at the front. Enlist Featured Washington Print

Title: At the front! Every fit Briton should join our brave men at the front. Enlist

Title: At the front! Every fit Briton should join our brave men at the front. Enlist now / printed by E.S. & A. Robinson Ltd., Bristol.
Date Created/Published: London : Parliamentary Recruiting Committee, [1915]
Medium: 1 print (poster) : lithograph, color ; 76 x 50 cm.
Summary: Poster showing cavalry in battle, with horses reacting to an explosion in the foreground.
Reproduction Number: LC-USZC4-10904 (color film copy transparency)
Rights Advisory: No known restrictions on publication. For information see "World War I Posters" ()
Call Number: POS - WWI - Gt Brit, no. 69 (C size) [P&P]
Repository: Library of Congress Prints and Photographs Division Washington, D.C. 20540 USA

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Churchill and Roosevelt Featured Washington Print

Churchill and Roosevelt

Washington D.C. Prime Minister Winston Churchill and President Roosevelt relax in the south grounds of the White House prior to the daily meeting of the combined British and U.S. Chief of Staffs who have resumed their conferences on Allied war strategy. President Roosevelt is telling Mr Churchill about his beautiful rose gardens. 1943 Date: 1943

© Illustrated London News Ltd/Mary Evans

The Veil of Veronica, c.1618-22 (oil on panel) Featured Washington Print

The Veil of Veronica, c.1618-22 (oil on panel)

XOS1766025 The Veil of Veronica, c.1618-22 (oil on panel) by Fetti or Feti, Domenico (1589-1624); 80.6x66.3 cm; National Gallery of Art, Washington DC, USA; (add.info.: Fetti was in Rome in 1606 when this most venerated relic came to St. Peter's Basilica. According to legend, a woman gave Christ her handkerchief to wipe his brow as he carried the cross to Golgotha miraculously leaving an image on it. This relic was preserved as the "true image" (Latin: vera=true, Greek:aikon, becoming Veronica')); Italian, out of copyright

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