RMAEXT26–Confederate bombardment of Fort Sumter in Charleston harbor April 1861. Hand-colored engraving
RMJFM54X–July 28, 1943 - The Stars and Stripes wave triumphantly as a trainer and loader aboard an American cruiser go methodically about their work during the bombardment which accompanied the invasion of Sicily.
RMBYT31A–Bombardment of Tripoli by Commodore Preble's squadron, The Barbary Wars, 3 August 1804
RMHRP4A9–Bombardment of San Juan, 1898
RMMKR43P–Bombardment and Capture of Island 'Number Ten'
RMG2TAMH–Adolphe Jean-Baptiste Bayot - Bombardment of Vera-Cruz -
RMCWAY0T–The Battle of Petersburg, the last bombardment by Union troops, March 31, 1865, from The New York Times
RME58P0C–Bombardment & capture of the Forts at Hatteras Inlet, N.C.: by the U.S. Fleet under Commodore Stringham and the forces under General Butler. August 27th 1861
RMER7FDH–Bombardment of Fort Fisher
RMG6CH13–1860s APRIL 1861 BOMBARDMENT OF FORT SUMTER
RMGAK0WF–Injured policeman is cared for by colleagues after a bombardment by pickets at the Gascoigne Wood drift mine at Selby.
RMW60B8R–The Bombardment of Algiers by Viscount Exmouth, 1816. After George Hyde Chambers (1803-1840). The Bombardment of Algiers, on 27th August 1816, was an attempt by Britain and the Netherlands to end the slavery practices of Omar Agha, the Dey of Algiers. An Anglo-Dutch fleet under the command of Admiral Lord Exmouth bombarded ships and the harbour defences of Algiers.
RMC46CK6–Anna Sten and Ida Wuest in 'The Bombardment of Monte Carlo', 1931
RM2CWAWDN–The Bombardment of Algiers, 27th August 1816, painting by George Chambers snr, 1836
RM2B00NW2–Algeria/Netherlands: 'Council of War Aboard the ‘Queen Charlotte‘ Held by Lord of Exmouth before the Bombardment of Algiers, August 26, 1816'. Colour on panel painting by Nicolaas Baur (1767-1820), 1818. The Bombardment of Algiers (27 August 1816) was an attempt by Britain to end the slavery practices of the Dey of Algiers. An Anglo-Dutch fleet under the command of Admiral Lord Exmouth bombarded ships and the harbour defences of Algiers. It was partially successful as the Dey of Algiers freed around 3,000 slaves following the bombardment and signed a treaty against the slavery of Europeans.
RMG1CT7P–The Bombardment of Canton on December 1857
RMBDMMY9–Ypres under bombardment July 5, 1915.
RMERGTMA–Crimean War - Bombardment of Sevastopol, 17 November 1854. Wars. Now called Sevastopol
RMMBH0CB–Bombardment of Ft. McHenry
RMDB6093–Bombardment of Tripoli by US Navy ships during the Barbary Wars, 1803. Hand-colored woodcut
RF2FWPHF4–The bombardment of Algiers 1816. Algeria. TALLIS c1855 old antique print
RM2AFMD8B–BATTLE OF CANTON May 1841. The city under bombardment by the Royal Navy
RMHRNYAJ–WWI, French Bombardment, 1917
RMRRH1HH–Bombardment and Capture of Island 'Number Ten'.
RMCWAXRD–The bombardment and capture of Island 'Number Ten' on the Mississippi River, April 7, 1862, lithograph by Currier & Ives, 1862
RMDRN6JB–The zeppelin raids: the vow of vengeance. Drawn for 'The Daily Chronicle' by Frank Brangwyn A.R.A. 'Daily Chronicle' readers are covered against the risks of bombardment by zeppelin or aeroplane , 1915
RMG39WMW–BOMBARDMENT OF ALGERIA
RMG6CGFA–1860s APRIL 1861 BOMBARDMENT OF FORT SUMTER CHARLESTON SOUTH CAROLINA USA ENRAVING BY PERINE
RMCW8WR5–Senlis, courthouse after the bombardment
RMF6FPX6–Consuls' Square in ruins after the bombardment of 1882, Alexandria, Egypt
RMC45GCB–Portal of the Berlin Palace after the bombardment by government forces, 1918
RM2CWAWFG–The Bombardment of Algiers on the 26th-27th August 1816, painting by Martinus Schouman, 1823
RM2B00NTR–Algeria/Netherlands: 'Bombardment of Algiers, in Support of the Ultimatum to Release White Slaves, 26-27 August 1816'. Oil on canvas painting by Martinus Schouman (1770-1848), 1823. The Bombardment of Algiers (27 August 1816) was an attempt by Britain to end the slavery practices of the Dey of Algiers. An Anglo-Dutch fleet under the command of Admiral Lord Exmouth bombarded ships and the harbour defences of Algiers. It was partially successful as the Dey of Algiers freed around 3,000 slaves following the bombardment and signed a treaty against the slavery of Europeans.
RMF7NF86–The result of bombs during the German aerial bombardment of Warsaw
RMBDMN1M–Bombardment of Ludwigshafen, Germany, by a squadron of French planes May 26, 1915.
RMERG586–Bombardment of Algiers by Viscount Exmouth, 1816. An attempt by an Anglo-Dutch fleet under the command of Admiral Lord
RM2GXN9YY–Bombardment of Fort McHenry
RMAC2GD3–Confederate bombardment of Fort Sumter starting the American Civil War 1861. Hand-colored engraving
RF2FWPHMF–St. Jean d'Acre bombardment by Charles Napier 1840. Akko Palestine. TALLIS c1855
RMJF965D–TANGANROG BOMBARDMENT during the siege of May 1855 as part of the Crimean War actions against Russia
RMHRHFE3–Bombardment of Fort Sumter, Charleston, 1861
RMMKJ6HJ–The Bombardment of Fort Sumter in Charleston Harbor
RMRBAWR9–The Bombardment of Fort Sumter in Charleston Harbor.
RMCWAXPT–Bombardment by Confederate batteries at Fort Sumter in Charleston, South Carolina, April 12, 1861, from The New York Times
RM2D6XCGA–On June 16, 1944 four waves of B-24 Liberator bombers of 98th, 376th, 449th and 450th Bombardment Group of Fifteenth Air Force (overall 158 planes) attacked Apollo refinery, winter docks and bridge across the Danube river in Bratislava, Slovakia.
RMG6CH56–1860s SIEGE & BOMBARDMENT ISLAND NUMBER 10 GUN AND MORTAR BOATS AT KENTUCKY BEND OF MISSISSIPPI RIVER FEBRUARY THRU APRIL 1862
RMCW8WMB–Bombardment Paris mansion Prince Monaco
RME04XG3–Circa 1944 group photograph, members of the 'Flying Tigers' 823rd Bombardment Squadron Medium Transportation.
RM2G3DWA6–War of the First Coalition 1792 - 1797, Germany, bombardment of Frankfurt on the Main by French troops, ARTIST'S COPYRIGHT HAS NOT TO BE CLEARED
RM2CWAWDW–Council of War on board HMS Queen Charlotte commanded by Lord Exmouth prior to the Bombardment of Algiers on the 26th August 1816, painting by Nicolaas Baur, 1818
RM2GC1N8X–Egypt. Disembarkation of British sailors and bluejackets from the 'Invincible' near Fort Mex, after the bombardment. Engraving by Tomás Carlos Capuz. La Ilustración Española y Americana, 1882.
RMG1CWE6–The bombardment of Rheims Cathedral during the Great War. Dated 20th Century
RMCP30N7–Egyptian patriots defending Alexandria during the bombardment by the British Mediterranean Fleet in 1882.
RMERG5CW–Bombardment of Algiers by Viscount Exmouth, 1816. An attempt by an Anglo-Dutch fleet under the command of Admiral Lord
RM2CB820T–Vintage 1940's American World War II USA Propaganda ‘Japan the Target’, a pictorial map poster illustrating America’s aerial encirclement and bombardment of Japan and its islands made by Ernest Dudley Chase, 1942
RMAEXT21–Citizens of Charleston watching the Confederate bombardment of Fort Sumter starting the American Civil War 1861. Hand-colored woodcut
RMKB7W6Y–The Bombardment of Algiers in 1816
RM2D92AE9–BOMBARDMENT OF ALGIERS August 1816 seen from the deck of the 'Queen Charlotte' flagship of Edward Pellew, Lord Exmouth
RMHRNRWP–Mexican-American War, Naval Bombardment of Veracruz, 1847
RFH9BWGG–Bombardment of the Danish war ship Christian VIII, near Eckernfoerde, Germany, historical illustration
RM2E4N2GD–The bombardment of Scarborough by a German battleship as depicted by an artist of the time. It commenced at 8am on Wednesday 16 December 1914 as two German battleships, Derfflinger and Von der Tann, bombarded the Yorkshire seaside town of Scarborough, Yorkshire, UK. The attack lasted around an hour with over 500 shells destroying buildings and part of the castle (seen here top right). 17 residents were killed & many more injured. The Germans went on to attack Whitby and Hartlepool in a similar way the same day. This picture shows the foreshore of the town with the beach to the right.
RMRGFK9P–second world war, bombardment, 1943
RM2EFRAE8–Martin B-26B-1-MA (S/N 41-17747) nicknamed 'Earthquake McGoon' of the 37th Bombardment Squadron, 17th Bombardment Group with flak damage to the No. 1 engine nacelle, left wing and wheel well, in September 1943. Note the missing landing gear doors, September 1943
RMDDT4Y8–The bombardment of Madrid, Spain, 4th December 1808. Artist: Edme Bovinet
RMCW5BCP–Korean War, Pyongyang. Bombardment by the American and British forces
RMG7J7X4–Town remembers 1914 bombardment
RMT1A4MT–War of the First Coalition 1792 - 1797, Germany, bombardment of Frankfurt on the Main by French troops, 13.7. - 14.7.1796, wood engraving based on contemporary painting by Christian Georg Schuetz, Additional-Rights-Clearance-Info-Not-Available
RM2B2MCGF–Bombardment of Veracruz, at the, Battle of Veracruz (Siege of Vera Cruz), March 9–29th 1847, during the Mexican-American War (1846-1848), print by Carl Nebel, Adolphe Bayot, 1851
RMFGPTXC–War of the Pacific.1879-1883. Conflict between Chile and Peru and Bolivia. Pisagua, Bombardment of the population by Chilean vessels, April 18, 1879. Engraving by Rico. La Ilustracion Espanola y Americana, 1879.
RMF7PW97–World war One: The Battle of Cambrai, 1917, Aerial bombardment during the British offensive
RMBGTJDG–Bombardment of Verdun, France, with incendiary shells during the night of March 25 and 26, 1916.
RME749C9–The bombardment of Algiers, in support of the ultimatum to release white slaves 26-27 August 1816 - by Martinus Schouman, 1823
RM2M7G6NF–American Civil War 1860s 'Bombardment of Island 'Number Ten' In The Mississippi River.' Hand colored lithograph by Currier and Ives, New York, 1862. Civil War. An ironclad is a steam-propelled warship protected by iron or steel armor plates, constructed from 1859 to the early 1890s. Ironclad gunboats became very successful in the American Civil War.
RMAETM9X–Interior ruins of Fort Sumter after Confederate bombardment beginning the Civil War 1861. Hand-colored halftone of a photograph
RMJEKA2Y–A corner of Verdun during German bombardment, WW 1, 1916
RMJMJTGK–HMS ALEXANDRA Royal Navy ironclad in 1886 four years after taking part in the bombardment of Alexandria
RMG15J4K–Color enhanced illustration of the bombardment of Fort Sumter. On April 10, 1861, Brigadier General Beauregard, in command of the provisional Confederate forces at Charleston, South Carolina, demanded the surrender of the Union garrison of Fort Sumter in
RF2HN3RWM–Vintage photo of World War I. Results of British attack on German positions (by air bombardment). 1914-1918
RMCPJ7KG–The bombardment of Rotterdam, 1940
RMRGFK63–montecassino abbey after the bombardment, 1944
RMEMBHN1–A Night bombardment - World War I
RMG39WBN–PORT HUDSON BOMBARDMENT
RMB3F1J3–Bombardment of Dresden/Luther Memorial.
RMCW8WNM–Bombardment of Paris, crowd on faubourg St-Antoine
RMG7J7XA–Poppies are left by the plaque in Hartlepool, as the town devastated by the 1914 German bombardment of the North East coast commemorates the 100th anniversary of the attack.
RM2B00W4H–Cuba: 'The Bombardment of El-Morro Castle, 1 July 1762'. Oil on canvas painting by Richard Patton (1717-1791), mid-18th century. The Battle of Havana (1762) was a military action from March to August 1762, as part of the Seven Years' War. British forces besieged and captured the city of Havana, which at the time was an important Spanish naval base in the Caribbean, and dealt a serious blow to the Spanish navy. Havana was subsequently returned to Spain under the 1763 Treaty of Paris that formally ended the war.
RMER69FA–Canadian bombardment attempting to cut the wire on the Somme Front. 26th July 1916
RM2GD528R–Egypt, Alexandria. On June 11, 1882, a xenophobic movement breaks out in the city and extends to other cities, causing the murder of 200 foreigners. The conflict arose from the entry of English and French ships into the port of Alexandria. The British squad opened fire on the city on July 11 and occupied it. European families leaving Alexandria as the bombardment was imminent. Engraving by Rico. La Ilustración Española y Americana, 1882.
RMEX6HYF–Aquatint of the bombardment of Algiers. Print by J. C. Stadler. Dated 1816
RMBD3N9R–Night bombardment of German lines by English and French artillery during the L' Yser offensive.
RMERGRRP–World War I - bombardment of Warsaw by the airship Schutte-Lanz (very similar to the Zeppelin). Watercolour by Hans Rudolf
RMKTXG6J–USAAF Bomber 'Marauder' B-26 was an American World War II twin-engined medium bomber built by the Glenn L. Martin Company from 1941 to 1945 USA Army Air Force seen crashing to the ground after receiving a direct hit in the left engine fuel tank over Germany '497 Squadron Bombardment Group 27/2/1945'
RFFF4NMG–FINLAND The Bombardment of Suomenlinna 1856. Illustrated London News
RMA6T2BW–events, Second World War / WWII, Netherlands, Rotterdam after bombardment by the German air force, 15.4.1940, view of the centre with Saint Laurence Church, photo taken in June 1942, destruction, Luftwaffe, aerial warfare, air raid, 20th century, historical, historic, Battle of France, Case Yellow, ruin, ruins, Laurenskerk, people, 1940s,
RMKG26NJ–AMERICAN CIVIL WAR The interior of Fort Walker, Port Royal, South Carolina under bombardment by the Union fleet on 7 November 1861.
RMJR31DD–Zeppelin damage in Yarmouth. During WWI Great Yarmouth suffered the first aerial bombardment in the UK, by Zeppelin L3 on January 19, 1915. Bombing missions, especially those targeting London, captured the German public's imagination, but had little significant material success, although the Zeppelin raids, together with the later bombing raids carried out by aeroplanes, did cause the diversion of men and equipment from the Western Front and fear of the raids had some effect on industrial production.
RM2CC4AAX–Bombardment of the radar through the clouds by a group of Boeing B-17F aircraft from the 384th bomber group near the German city of Bremen. November 1
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