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Battle Gallery

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Choose from 41 pictures in our Battle collection for your Wall Art or Photo Gift. Popular choices include Framed Prints, Canvas Prints, Posters and Jigsaw Puzzles. All professionally made for quick delivery.

Social - Peace Convoy - Savernake Forest - Marlborough Featured Print

Social - Peace Convoy - Savernake Forest - Marlborough

Hippies photographed at Savernake Forest on the day the Earl of Cardigan strongly denied inviting 'Peace Convoy' hippies to camp on his family land about 20 miles from clashes between hippies and the police near Stonehenge. What he did, so he said, was to refuse a police request for the area to be declared a no-go are for hippies, following the weekend's confrontations he had refused a police move to bring in riot squads to "finish unfinished business" but his actions had been misinterpreted as active encouragement for hippies to set up a camp at a Forestry Commission picnic site on his land.

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Entertainment - English Civil War - Sealed Knot Society - Tower Pier - London Featured Print

Entertainment - English Civil War - Sealed Knot Society - Tower Pier - London

Members of the Sealed Knot Society, the organisation that recreates historical battles from the English Civil War in full period dress, attack the full-scale authentic replica of Sir Francis Drake's ship 'Golden Hinde', which is berthed at Tower Pier. The ship, which has undergone hull modifications at a shipyard in Dartmouth will be setting sail in October for her permanent berth in San Francisco, USA.

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English Civil War Society Featured Print

English Civil War Society

23/ English Civil War Society. A pikeman feigns death beneath a tangle of pikes during a lively re-enactment of 17th Century hostilities by the English Civil War Society at the historic Littlecote House, near Hungerford. The Tudor mansion, which was bought by millionaire businessman Peter de Savary in 1985, has been given a special award by the British Tourist Authority for a commercially operated tourist venue in its 'Come to Britain' award.