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Winston Churchill as a Cornet in the Queen’s Hussar’s Cavalry, He was 21 at the time. Army Uniform, Men In Uniform, Colorized Historical Photos, Historical Quotes, Papua Nova Guiné, Trinidad E Tobago, Tsar Nicolas, Winston Churchill, British Army

Artist Colorizes Old Black & White Photos, And It Makes A Huge Difference In How We See Past Events

Anybody can use Photoshop, but doing a good job remains a craft. Professional colorist from Brazil, Marina Amaral, doesn't just click-and-drag. Driven by her burning obsession with history, Marina does extensive research to make her colorizations as realistic as possible, too.

thesorrowsofgin: “holdhard: “ Posthumous portrait of The Hon Lieutenant Frederick Hugh Sherston Roberts, Kings Royal Rifle Corps, 1899 by Julian Story National Army Museum ” The Sorrows of Gin. Military Art, Military History, Military Uniforms, Portraits, Portrait Art, Joining The British Army, Military Cemetery, British Uniforms, Age Of Empires

Lieutenant The Honourable Frederick Hugh Sherston Roberts (1872–1899), VC, Kings Royal Rifle Corps, c.1899 | Art UK

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Charles II was proclaimed King of England on May, This was the restoration of the monarchy after the English Civil War and the reign of Oliver Cromwell as Lord Protector Uk History, British History, Stuart Dynasty, Charles Ii Of England, Adele, House Of Stuart, King James I, Great Britain United Kingdom, English Monarchs

Charles II was proclaimed King of England on 8th May, 1660. This was the restoration of the monarchy after the English Civil War and the reign of Oliver Cromwell as Lord Protector B. Lowe

Bomb damage to 23 Queen Victoria Street during the Blitz. “The Salvation Army International Headquarters stood on Queen Victoria Street. It was photographed as its facade fell to the ground. Old London, London City, Vintage London, London Wall, Photos Du, Old Photos, Vintage Photos, Le Blitz, Blitz London

The collapsing facade of John Wood Sons, cigar and tobacco importer, nos. 23 25 Queen Victoria Street, 11 May 1940.

Rag rug depicting King Charles II as a green man to commemorate Oak Apple Day on May. Oak Apple Day commemorates when Charles II hid in the Royal Oak at Boscobel to escape from Cromwell's men, after the Battle of Worcester in Welsh Marches, Royal Oak, Summer Solstice, Green Man, King Charles, Deities, Painting & Drawing, Celtic, Woodland

Rag rug depicting King Charles II as a green man, to commemorate Oak Apple Day, 29th May, when he hid in the Royal Oak at Boscobel to escape from Cromwell's men after the Battle of Worcester in 1651.

On this day in history and today including special days, historical facts, customs past and present. Queen Mary Ii, Mary Queen Of Scots, Royal Throne, River Severn, British Monarchy, Royal Oak, Community Events, Great British, Worcester

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Oak Apple Day; England; May 29; Observed in honor of King Charles II on the anniversary of his restoration to the throne on May 29, 1660. He was saved from his pursuers in the Battle of Worcester by an oak apple tree. Formerly, wearing an oak leaf on this day was popular, as were maypole ceremonies.

British Tradecard - Oak Apple Day Typhoo Tea "Ancient & Annual Customs (series of 25 issued in Oak Apple Day ~ May to remember the escape of Prince Charles after the Battle of Worcester, when he hid in an oak tree Typhoo, Royal Throne, Uk History, Worcester, Oak Tree, Prince Charles, British Royals, Battle, Blessed

British Tradecard - Oak Apple Day Typhoo Tea "Ancient & Annual Customs (series of 25 issued in 1922) #19 Oak Apple Day ~ May 29th, to remember the escape of Prince Charles after the Battle of Worcester, when he hid in an oak tree