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Choose from 83 pictures in our November 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.


A meeting of three leaders during the Napoleonic Wars -- Tsar Alexander I of Russia Featured November Print

A meeting of three leaders during the Napoleonic Wars -- Tsar Alexander I of Russia

A meeting of three leaders during the Napoleonic Wars -- Tsar Alexander I of Russia, Napoleon Bonaparte of France and Friedrich Wilhelm I of Prussia, meet on a raft in the Niemen river, the border between Prussian and Russian territory in Poland, to sign the Treaty of Tilsit. Date: 25-6 June 1807

© Mary Evans Picture Library

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Annual inspection of the Middlesex Industrial School, established at Feltham to make Featured November Print

Annual inspection of the Middlesex Industrial School, established at Feltham to make

Annual inspection of the Middlesex Industrial School, established at Feltham to make provision for the care, reformation, and education of juvenile offenders. Any boy of age between 7 and 14 who is convicted of any criminal offence may be committed to this school for a period of not less than one year and not more than three. The number of inmates averages about 560 boys. 1865 Date: 1865

© Illustrated London News Ltd/Mary Evans

German troops being transported in short luggage vans from which boards had been broken Featured November Print

German troops being transported in short luggage vans from which boards had been broken

German troops being transported in short luggage vans from which boards had been broken away in order to allow of ventilation and an outlook. The lads, who looked very young, steamed out of the waggons and down tthe platform to the temporary miliary kitchen, returning presently with their rations, an allowance of stew served in little saucepans, travellers showed chocolates and tabacco upon them. Date: August 1914

© Illustrated London News Ltd/Mary Evans