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Historic images of battles & wars which have impacted history

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Soviet Counter-Attack Featured Battles & Wars Print

Soviet Counter-Attack

December 1942: Red Army men break into a populated area north-west of Stalingrad. The Nazis had penetrated the city in September but the Russians counter-attacked in a pincer movement three weeks later and subsequently drove towards Kharkov in the north-west. (Photo by Hulton Archive/Getty Images)

11060 M War, 151334, 1939 45 Camp, 3286826, All Ussr Acti, Army Battle, Black, Conflict Soviet, Front Roles, Ii Russian, Landscape Male Back, Neg, No, Occupations Army Europe, Stalingrad, Ussr Arm, Vehicle Tank Smoke World, View Weapon Gun Vehicle Armoured, War, White Format

American Civil War Poster Featured Battles & Wars Print

American Civil War Poster

Recruiting poster from the American Civil War, Pennsylvania. Philadelphia, USA, circa 1861. The poster reads: Continental Cavalry! Col. J.E. Peyton. To horse! To horse! An opportunity is offered to all bold and daring men to engage in this most attractive species of military service, armed like the regular cavalry, with Sharpi?oes carbine, Colti?oes revolver, and sabre. Bounty $315 Recruiting station, 46 S. Third St. N.S. Peterson, Captain. 1st Lieut., J. Chester White. 2d Lieut., Richard D. Pettit. The illustration shows a cavalry charge, with two buildings in the background. (Photo by Kean Collection/Archive Photos/Getty Images)

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St Nicholas Church in Hamburg Featured Battles & Wars Print

St Nicholas Church in Hamburg

Formerly one of the five Lutheran Hauptkirchen (main churches) in the city of Hamburg. The church lies now in ruins, with only its tower remaining, serving as a memorial and an important architectural landmark. When Hamburg residents mention the Nikolaikirche, it is generally to this church that they are referring, and not the new Hauptkirche dedicated to Saint Nicholas, which is located in the Harvestehude district.The church was the tallest building in the world from 1874 to 1876 and is still the second-tallest building in Hamburg.The current condition of the Church of St. Nicholas is the result of the bombing of Hamburg in World War II, resultant demolition in 1951 and restoration work in the 1990s and 2012

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