RMD9963C–Map of the British Empire 19th Century. Areas controlled by Britain are shaded in pink.
RF2E92K4R–BRITISH EMPIRE COATS OF ARMS. Malta Australia HK Canada Singapore 1901 old map
RMMC7N9Y–Nagpur, India, 1932 British colonialists sharing a picnic in the countryside during the days of the British Empire.
RMHTMH8Y–Map of the British Empire 19th Century. Areas controlled by Britain are shaded in pink.
RMERGN36–WWI - Indian soldiers from the British Empire fighting on the side of the British. Left to right Sepoy from 2nd Gurkha Rifles,
RMG80N7B–Brinsley Forde is made an MBE (Member of the Order of the British Empire) by Prince William at Windsor Castle.
RMCWA693–1850's map of the British Empire throughout the world, with illustrations of the inhabitant of the Empire. By the end of the
RMB7R7PM–Map of the British Empire in 1815
RMCF10HT–Vintage map of the British Empire showing the commercial trade routes of the world and ocean currents c.1890
RM2E4F821–First world war soldiers of the British Empire in India - No. 6 Lewis Gun Section
RMK3K61G–England, Hampshire, Portsmouth, Portsmouth Historic Dockyard, The National Museum, Royal Navy, British Empire Poster depicting The Benefits of Products from The Colonies
RMHH4MXX–The British Empire - The mane of the Lion names the principal territories.
RMH5JW8G–BRITISH EMPIRE MAP 1886 as a supplement to The Graphic magazine in that year
RMPKBXDB–'The British Empire, 1897. Artist: Unknown.
RMAENHBB–British Empire Exhibition stamp
RFHGTAGM–Map of British Empire
RMBN5BCC–Satirical British view of how the Ashanti will live after English occupation, 1890s. Hand-colored halftone of an illustration
RMFF9FAK–MAP: BRITISH EMPIRE, 1886. /nMap, 1886, of the British Empire by Walter Crane. The small insert shows, in red, the extent of the British territories in 1786.
RMP8M4PX–Robert Baden-Powell, 1st Baron Baden-Powell, British Army officer, writer, author of Scouting for Boys, inspiration for the Scout Movement, founder and first Chief Scout of The Boy Scouts Association, and founder of the Girl Guides. He was also the garrison commander during the Siege of Mafeking in the second Boer war
RMD98NK5–British Empire, 1886, a Federation of Britain, dominions, colonies, protectorates, and mandates spread throughout the world and controlled by Britannia's naval and military power. Colonialism Jingoism Chromolithograph
RFGKM719–The British Empire Throughout The World. BARTHOLOMEW, 1904 antique map
RMBN6A14–Britannia, Victorian chromo-lithograph of the personification of Britain and its Empire since Roman times
RMKRETNT–British Empire Exhibition London
RFCNT2HJ–This vintage World War II poster features the troops of the British Empire marching under the Union Flag.
RMG80N7R–Sarah Hunter is made an MBE (Member of the Order of the British Empire) by Prince William at Windsor Castle.
RMDA5H71–Rockefeller Center British Empire Building, 620 Fifth Avenue, NYC
RMGJW5BX–Map of the world showing British possessions in 1904.
RMB502TB–Beatles holding their MBE s Membership of the British Empire medals October 1965 MBE medals
RM2B0WD3E–Player's cigarette card in Flags of the League of Nations series shows flag of the British Empire, usually known as the Union Jack. Issued 1928.
RMD4XH7D–Delhi Durbar Ceremony, Imperial Durbar or Ceremonial Gathering During British Rule in India (Jan 1903) Vintage Engraving or Illustration
RMDRDP00–British Empire Exhibition, Wembley, London
RM2G6G6AD–VICTORY IS VITAL British propaganda poster fromt 1941 showing Germans looting food in West African territories which were then part of the British Empire.
RMRFYGB4–Detail of Battle of Rorke's Drift, The Anglo-Zulu War was fought in 1879 between the British Empire and the Zulu Kingdom
RMHT3F0T–'British Empire - Standard of H.M. The Queen', c1910. Artist: Unknown.
RFM260AE–Historical map of the British Empire circa 1937.
RMAXJBP8–British attack on Egyptian artillery at Tell el Kebir 1882. Hand-colored woodcut
RMFF8FBY–CEYLONESE DOCKWORKERS. /nDockworkers unloading cargo at Colombo, Ceylon. British Empire Marketing Board poster, 1928.
RM2AHAB8W–Illustration of General Graham landing at Trinkitat during Soudan War
RMG2N09P–The British Indian colony of Calcutta in 1788 by Thomas Daniel.
RFGKF1E0–BRITISH EMPIRE FLAGS. Public Offices vessels Jack. Lieutenants of Counties, 1916
RMD8B2GK–Your king & country need you to maintain the honour and glory of the British Empire 1914 British Enlist Propaganda
RMABXA04–Flying the flag for Britain, a fragile 1899 Boer War Union Jack flag from the British outpost in Pretoria South Africa.
RMG5XCNF–heraldry, coat of arms, Great Britain, state coat of arms of the Kingdom of Great Britain, wood engraving, 1872, Additional-Rights-Clearences-Not Available
RMG70JYT–Queen Elizabeth II and the Duke of Edinburgh arrive at St Paul's Cathedral in central London to attend a service for the Order of the British Empire. The event, at which around 2,500 holders of KBE, CBE, MBE or OBE medals are present, is held every four years, with the Queen, as Sovereign of the Order of the British Empire, only attending every eight years.
RMBX0XDC–Map showing the King George V's empire, in red, in 1910 and 1935.
RMGD6033–A friendly power in Egypt, after the painting by W.C. Horsley. The 41st Welsh regiment marching through the Metwali gate in Cairo, Egypt in the 19th century.
RMEXPG90–1910s UK The British Empire Magazine Plate
RMBTK6HG–Afro-Caribbeans engaging in a divination ritual to identify a thief. A man wraps leaves around neck of a kneeling man while another man waits, as others watch. Lithograph by Richard Bridgens, ca. 1836, with modern color.
RMBEK149–A collection of British Empire soldiers from the 18th Century. Collectible Franklin Mint soldiers.
RMG3D243–Player's Cigarette card featuring British Empire flag. Date: 1920s
RMCNTP6K–BURMESE PRISONERS on a treadmill about 1890 when Burma was a British colony
RMRFYGGC–The Battle of Isandlwana, The Battle of Isandlwana or Isandhlwana on 22 January 1879, the first major encounter in the Anglo–Zulu War between the British Empire and the Zulu Kingdom
RMDDM6FP–Site Map for the British Empire Exhibition, 1924. Artist: Unknown
RMAKD0ER–Close-up of British Union Jack flag taken in studio setting, Greater London, England, United Kingdom
RMB61JCF–South Africa when a British colony 1870s. Color lithograph
RMRYC6XM–Map of the British Empire (as of 1910). At its height, it was the largest empire in history.
RFGKF1JE–BRITISH EMPIRE BADGES Hong Kong Ceylon Straits Settlements Seychelles, 1916
RMBM7DKP–' The Empire needs men ! ' Affiche de propagande anglaise British propaganda poster
RMAYTCTP–Queen Victoria British empire gold coin from 1893 head side
RMM1T3F7–Rows of Caissons with British Military Tents in Background, Crimean War, Sevastopol, Crimea, Ukraine, by Roger Fenton, 1855
RMGB7T9B–New Zealand's Peter Snell crosses the line to win the 4x880yds for the British Empire and Commonwealth team
RMB0KETY–Military uniforms of the British colonial army, 1897. Artist: Henri Meyer
RMA40TR6–Map of the world showing in red the extent of the British Empire in 1901
RMEXR04R–1890s UK India The British Empire Last Days Raj Magazine Plate
RMTA0R9R–An accurate map of the British Empire in North America as settled by the preliminaries in 1762, 18th Century
RMBY88TK–The OBE Medal | The Most Excellent Order of the British Empire is an order of chivalry established in 1917 by King George Fifth
RMG382DX–Map showing the extent of the British Empire circa 1880 Date: circa 1880
RM2CW5DMA–MAP OF BRITISH EMPIRE in 1899
RMEX6TE4–British Empire Victory Medal (obverse) World War 1.
RMERGKC9–Capitals of the British Empire, 1936. Top, Delhi, India; lower left, Wellington. New Zealand; lower right, Singapore; lower
RMCYD1FF–Ellermans City and Hall LInes, 1932 advert for the shipping line joining up the British Empire, here with cheaper fares to India
RMDY1N4N–Elephants in use by British artillery regiment in Burmah (Myanmar), 1880s. Hand-colored woodcut
RMFF8FC0–BRITISH EMPIRE: INDIA. /n'The Empire's Highway to India.' View of Aden, India. British Marketing Board poster, 1928.
RMMC7N9H–Nagpur, India, 1932 British colonialists sharing a picnic in the countryside during the days of the British Empire.
RME0X5WB–The Beatles pictured with an Order of the British Empire
RFG5WK9D–WORLD: Mercator's Projection showing British Empire /supposed Antarctic 1864 map
RM2CB82D1–BRITISH EMPIRE EXHIBITION 1920's Promotional Booklet issued by Salford Corporation in connection with the British Empire Exhibition at Wembley in 1924.
RMH8TBH5–IoM BRITISH EMPIRE TROPHY BROOKE ERA
RMDXMF2D–Anglo-Zulu War. Fought in 1879 between the British Empire and the Zulu Kingdom. Engraving by Marguerite.
RMGADPCC–Harry Rose passes by the Brooklands hangar during the British Empire Trophy Race.
RMTXGAEN–British Empire Union. Once a German, always a German. Remember! Every German employed means a British worker idle. Every German article sold means a British article unsold. Poster showing caricatures of Germans, including wartime scenes of past violence, cruelty, and drunkenness, and then a charming German businessman of the day. Also a vignette of martyr Edith Cavell's grave and the caption, 1914 to 1918. Never again!
RMK89522–Races of Mankind. From The British Empire Universities Modern English Illustrated Dictionary, published 1914.
RMT5RXED–British Empire Exhibition in Wembley, London in 1924
RM2B00XCW–China/UK: The Second Opium War - the British 67th Foot taking a fort in 1860. The 67th (South Hampshire) Regiment of Foot was an infantry regiment of the British Army, formed in 1758 and amalgamated into The Hampshire Regiment in 1881. The Second Opium War, the Second Anglo-Chinese War, the Second China War, the Arrow War, or the Anglo-French expedition to China, was a war pitting the British Empire and the Second French Empire against the Qing Dynasty of China, lasting from 1856–1860.
RMG3ARHC–Map of the British Empire (coloured red), showing the All-British international cable going round the world, enabling telegraphic communication. Date: circa 1902
RM2AC495B–BRITISH EMPIRE LEAGUE poster 1919
RMEX6TE3–British Empire War Medal (reverse), World War 1.
RMERGKC8–Capitals of the British Empire, 1936. Top left, Canberra; top right, Ottawa, Canada; center left, Cape Town, South Africa;
RMAPH8TK–India ladies and gentlemen taking afternoon tea served by Indians from a drawing published in 1880
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