RMKRCYK6–Satirical cartoon, Bloody News, Bloody News!!! The (Grand Old) Duke of York, in regimentals, was commander-in-chief of the ill-conceived 'Secret Expedition' to the Helder in North Holland in 1799. Wielding a sabre he stabs at a point on a hanging map and clumsily pierces Pitts jacket. Fox appearing through a window says 'Oh what a pity 'tis it did not hit his waistcoat'. The King, the Duke's father, implores: 'Don't hurt him ... there there now ...'. Date: 1801
RMT1ME66–Mary Tudor, Mary I of England (1516-1558) 'Bloody Mary', portrait, 1554, Antonis Mor
RMAN52RN–Beach outside 'Couples Hotel', Bloody Bay, Negril, Jamaica, Caribbean, West Indies
RMAK541P–Bloody Bridge, Newcastle.
RMAWXHKN–Bloody nose beetle Timarcha tenebricosa adult with blood on its nose
RMF4P2HB–John Wayne, Lauren Bacall / Bloody Alley 1955 directed by William A. Wellman
RFB5X8AG–Bloody mary drink cutout isolated on white background
RFGRMY62–Winneconne, WI - 29 July 2016: Bottle of Finest call bloody mary mix on an isolated background.
RMT40TM8–Motorcyclists take part in the Rolling Thunder ride protest cross Westminster Bridge in London, to support of Soldier F who is facing prosecution over Bloody Sunday.
RMJKW7A9–BLOODY MAMA 1970 AIP film with Shelley Winters
RMBJM1RJ–MY BLOODY VALENTINE (2009) PATRICK LUSSIER (DIR) 002
RMEN4Y1Y–Bloody dock, Rumex sanguineus
RMCEHEK9–La Robe Ensanglantee 1817 The bloody robe Heim Francois Joseph French France
RM2E0PPKG–Rose campion, bloody William or mullein-pink (Silene coronaria) is an ornamental plant native to Asia and Europe.
RMD1199P–Bloody Cranesbill (Geranium sanguineum) flowering. On the Causse de Gramat, Lot region, France. June
RM2BJ09JY–Queen Mary, Tudor - The cocktail drink Bloody Mary may have been named after her nickname. Fernand Petiot claimed to have invented the Bloody Mary in 1921, well before later claims. He was working at the New York Bar in Paris at the time, which later became Harry's New York Bar,
RMPEE44R–Public meeting in Trafalgar Square, London, 13 November 1892, in commemoration of Bloody Sunday
RMT1ME3R–Mary I of England (1516-1558) 'Bloody Mary', portrait, English school after Antonis Mor, c. 1569
RFHAK1H5–halloween costume - psycho killer with bloody apron and ax in his hands
RMANGMR6–Northern Giant Petrel (Macronectes hallii) with bloody head from feeding on fur seal carcass. Bird Island, South Georgia Island
RM2JFHJK0–Night Feast of the Bloody Goddess, Kali
RMAPGGH2–Face on to a new born Holstein Friesian calf still bloody from birth
RMC8F75J–Black Sabbath Sabbath Bloody Sabbath album
RFB5X35X–Bloody mary drink with celery and lime cutout isolated on white background
RFGRMY5J–Winneconne, WI - 29 July 2016: Bottle of Jimmy luv's bloody mary mix on an isolated background.
RMG630JJ–Michael Mansfield QC, at the resumption of the Bloody Sunday Inquiry, in Central Hall , Westminster. Families of the Bloody Sunday dead today called on soldiers involved in the massacre to tell the truth as the long-running tribunal prepared to open in London. * A total of 32 family members of the 13 civilian marchers shot dead in the January 1972 civil rights march gathered at a London press conference on the eve of the Saville inquiry's resumption at Central Hall in Westminster.
RM2AEGM1H–SUNDAY BLOODY SUNDAY 1971 United Artists film with Peter Finch
RMBJM1RN–MY BLOODY VALENTINE (2009) TOM HANNIGER PATRICK LUSSIER (DIR) 003
RMEN4Y25–Bloody dock, Rumex sanguineus tasty leaves to salads
RMH46FXJ–Wilhelm Schadow, 'Jakobs Klage', 1816/17 German Germany ( Presentation of the Bloody Coat to Jacob ) Jacob kissed him and Isaac smelled the smell of his clothes and was then completely convinced
RM2E0PPHD–Rose campion, bloody William or mullein-pink (Silene coronaria) is an ornamental plant native to Asia and Europe.
RMD1199H–Bloody Cranesbill (Geranium sanguineum) flowering. On the Causse de Gramat, Lot region, France. June
RFCNW29W–Bloody fish, Khlong Toey market in Bangkok, Thailand
RFBCG687–Bloody Cranesbill, Geranium sanguineum, Geraniaceae, Europe
RMAPTXDR–Ceiling detail of the entrance through Bloody Tower at the Tower of London in London UK
RMK08WPM–Police arrive at the crime scene, a bloody footprint of Mary Emsley's murdered visible by the open door. Date: 19th Century
RM2B6D4HX–The Bloody Tower (with Portcullis down) Tower of London, London, c1926. By Donald Maxwell (1877-1936). The Tower of London, officially Her Majesty's Royal Palace and Fortress of the Tower of London, was founded towards the end of 1066 as part of the Norman Conquest of England. Immediately to the west of Wakefield Tower, the Bloody Tower was built as a water-gate to provide access to the castle from the River Thames. A simple structure it is protected by a portcullis and gate. The Bloody Tower acquired its name as it was believed to be the site of the murder of the Princes in the Tower.
RMEJP87A–Bloody Henry Starfish - Henricia oculata
RMEYFN5F–Bloody Knife, Custer's scout, on Yellowstone Expedition 1873
RFG5XRFN–Bloody Cranesbill The Burren, Co. Clare, Ireland
RMAN52TH–Beach outside 'Riu Negril' Hotel, Bloody Bay, Negril, Jamaica, Caribbean, West Indies
RFAK53YR–Sunrise near to Newcastle's bloody bridge.
RM2HGAC32–Rumex sanguineus, Red-veined sorrel, Bloody dock plant. Perennial herb growing in a bed
RM2B6D4TT–The Traitors Gate (from the gate of the Bloody Tower), Tower of London, London, c1926. By Donald Maxwell (1877-1936). The Tower of London, officially Her Majesty's Royal Palace and Fortress of the Tower of London, was founded towards the end of 1066 as part of the Norman Conquest of England. The Traitors' Gate is an entrance through which many prisoners of the Tudors entered the Tower of London. The gate was built by Edward I (1239-1307), to provide a water-gate entrance to the Tower. It is part of St. Thomas's Tower, which was designed to provide additional accommodation for the royal family.
RFGKBC4E–Halloween Bloody Dracula mask
RMJAE34M–Barricade of the White Square, defended by women during the bloody week - Paris Commune, 1871
RM2G3GERG–Bloody cranesbill, Arnside, Milnthorpe, Cumbria, UK
RMKFCNCK–Bloody Lane (Sunken Road) looking towards the Visitor Center, Antietam National Battlefield, Sharpsburg, Maryland, USA
RMM7TFAG–Pastel drawing by Russian artist Valentin Serov entitled 'Soldiers, brave lads! Where is your glory?' (1905) on display at the exhibition of Russian art from the beginning of the 20th century in the MAMbo (Museo d'Arte Moderna di Bologna) in Bologna, Italy. The exhibition from the collection of the Russian Museum (Saint Petersburg, Russia) entitled Revolutija (The Revolution) and devoted to the centenary of the Russian Revolution runs till 13 May 2018. The execution of striking workers and their families by soldiers in Saint Petersburg on 9 January 1905 known as the Bloody Sunday is depicted i
RMPWFPDR–Plan of the Tower of London, London, England. A. Tower Stairs B. Wharfinger's House C. Middle Tower D. Byward Tower E. Guard Rooom F. Queen's Stairs G. Bell Tower I. Beauchamp Tower K. Devereux Tower L. Legge's Mount Battery M. Flint Tower N. Bowyer Tower O. Brick Tower P. Martin Tower Q. Old Jewel House R. Constable Tower S. Salt Tower T. Develin Tower W. Wakefield Tower X. Bloody Tower Y. Main Guard Z. Site of Scaffold on Tower Green. From London Pictures, published 1890.
RFCF0YPY–bloody scissors in the sink
RMFDTPDM–Old Hunstanton, Norfolk, England, UK. January 23rd 2016. The bloody jaws of a beached sperm whale.
RMRKDTGH–Bloody Saturday - Baby crying on a platform of Shanghai's South Station after aerial bombing by Japanese forces. This terrified baby was one of the only human beings left alive in Shanghai's South Station after the brutal Japanese bombing in China. August 1937
RM2G3GERD–Bloody cranesbill, Arnside, Milnthorpe, Cumbria, UK
RMF204MM–Ireland, Derry, Guild Hall, Bloody Sunday Memorial window.