RM2FM2BT9–Crimean War. The Relief of the Light Brigade by Richard Caton Woodville, Jr., oil on canvas, 1896. The painting depicts the Charge of the Light Brigade during the Battle of Balaclava in 1854
RMT96MNR–Oersted demonstrating electromagnetism, magnetism produced by an electric charge in motion. Hans Christian Ørsted (August 14, 1777 - March 9, 1851) was a Danish physicist and chemist who discovered that electric currents create magnetic fields, an important aspect of electromagnetism and leader of the Danish Golden Age (first half of 19th century).
RMPY6TG2–Peter Krafft, Zrínyi's Charge From the Fortress of Szigetvar 1825 Oil on canvas, Hungarian National Gallery, Budapest, Budapest.
RM2CFG5X7–The Charge - A Cavalry Charge in the late 1800s
RMD89RCH–French Cavalry Charge 1
RMGATDB2–Transport Secretary Ruth Kelly announces the Government's backing for a congestion charge in Greater Manchester, at the House of Commons, London.
RFA64WHG–Congestion charge Have you paid sign London England
RMTWBHTA–Charge of the cavalry of the Imperial Guard during the Battle of Waterloo, painting, 1912
RMB1RWA9–Emergency doctor in charge during an emergency drill
RMBJXBTD–Christ's Charge to Peter painted by Sir Peter Paul Rubens Wallace Collection London England Great Britain United Kingdom UK GB
RM2B83EPK–FRENCH CAVALRY CHARGE in the Napoleonic period
RMCFBAF2–Car park sign based on congestion charge logo, London, UK.
RM2HPC2G2–Charge of the carabinieri in Pastrengo 1855, War of Independence Italy, Piedmonts dynastic war, ( Unification and the creation of the Kingdom of Italy.)
RM2D61H5H–Spain, Andalusia, Granada. Charles V Palace. Its construction was ordered by the emperor Charles V due to the need for a place that met all the comforts of the time for the emperor and his family. The architect Pedro Machuca (c.1490-1550) began the works in 1527. Juan de Herrera designed the main cover on this facade (western side), modifying Machuca's plan. Detail of one of the medallions, depicting a cavalry charge, sculpted by Antonio de Leval (1558-1561).
RF2G2HB49–Charge of Light Brigade at Balaklava by R Caton Woodville. Charge of the Light Brigade (October 1854) was a disastrous British cavalry charge against heavily defended Russian troops at the Battle of Balaklava during the Crimean War (1853-56). The suicidal attack was made famous by Alfred, Lord Tennyson in his 1855 poem of the same name. Richard Caton Woodville Jr.(1825-1855) was an English artist and illustrator, who is best known for being one of the most prolific and effective painters of battle scenes in the late 19th and early 20th centuries.
RMKKE5DE–Battle of Blenheim, the charge of Marlborough's horse, 13 August 1704, War of the Spanish Succession.
RMBFXCT2–An electric car on charge at a charging and parking bay in Berkley Square London
RM2G47GD7–Goya. The Second of May 1808 or The Charge of the Mamelukes by Francisco José de Goya y Lucientes (1746-1828), oil on canvas, 1814
RMT953ER–Oersted demonstrating electromagnetism, magnetism produced by an electric charge in motion. Hans Christian Ørsted (August 14, 1777 - March 9, 1851) was a Danish physicist and chemist who discovered that electric currents create magnetic fields, an important aspect of electromagnetism and leader of the Danish Golden Age (first half of 19th century).
RMCF7B87–Cavalrymen charge during training for the Spanish American war in Cuba during 1898 war conflict American Imperialism Soldiers US
RMRG6PE8–The Overthrow of France - The desperate but hopeless charge of the French Cavalry at Sedan
RMMHMH02–BATTLE OF OMDURMAN : the charge of the Lancers Date: 2 September 1898
RMG98HTD–Castleford Tigers' Matt Whittaker's charge is stopped by Huddersfield Giants' Eorl Crabtree during the Engage Super League match at The Jungle, Castleford, Sunday March 26, 2006. PRESS ASSOCIATION Photo. Photo credit should read: PA. ****
RMR450PN–Elevated Solar Array, identified as a 'Solar Photovoltaic Flair', Vehicle charge station. Melton Hill Navigation Lock.
RMTB6R09–Francisco Goya, The Second of May 1808, or, The Charge of the Mamelukes, painting, 1814
RMP7XKKF–Penalty Charge Notice on windsceen of car, Coombe Lane, Raines Park, London Borough of Merton, Greater London, England, United Kingdom
RMD88TA9–Congestion Charge Zone Sign, London, United Kingdom.
RM2BB90XG–BATTLE OF OMDURMAN 2 September 1898. The charge of the 21st Lancers.
RMR6FTWC–Riots Lathi charge, Agitation
RMTAACED–'Charge of the Scots at Halidon Hill'. By John McLaren Ralston (1849-1883). The Battle of Halidon Hill was fought on the 19th July 1333 during the Second War of Scottish Independence.
RM2HPC2RN–The charge of the Genova cavalry regiment at Volta Mantovana on 27 July 1848. Painting by Felice Cerruti Bauduc, 1858. ( Charles Albert abandoned the blockade of Mantua and sent a brigade to Volta, which led the Piedmontese assault on 27 July, which failed in the face of a massive Austrian counterattack. )
RMC4F83F–London congestion charge sign, London, UK
RMAMPCED–Penalty Charge Notice on windscreen of car
RMWDFHPN–A woman looking at her steps count on a Fitbit Charge 3 fitness tracker watch
RMHWPG1K–The Charge of the Light Brigade, Battle of Balaclava, Crimean War, 1854
RMMBD703–Demons - Haborym - The demon Haborym, the devil in charge of incendiarism. Hand coloured print from the 1863 edition of Collin de Plancy's Dictionnaire Infernale
RMW1GETR–Vive L'Empereur by Jean-Baptiste Édouard Detaille (1848-1912), oil on canvas, 1891. The painting shows a cavalry charge of the 4th Hussars during the Battle of Friedland in the Napoleonic Wars.
RMT951P3–Electrical demonstrations by Watson included the generation of the charge, right its transmission along a metal rod E resting on a silk bands, and the ignition of spirits of wine in spoon held by the lady, through the man G and his sword. Above, chaff flutters between the plates held by the insulated boy and the grounded girl. Illustration taken from 'Expericences et Ovservations, pour servir a l'Explication de la Nature et des Proprietes de l'Electricite' by William Watson, 1748.
RM2JF3A2G–The final charge of the Austrian army at the Battle of Solferino, 24 June, 1859. From L'Univers Illustre, published Paris, 1859.
RMENPRAF–The Blue Jacket Divers, in charge of Gunner Morgan, Just after a days work on the USS Maine, after it exploded in Havana, Harbor
RMKRCTJF–Launching a depth charge from a Soviet Sea Hunter.
RMG69W7C–U.S. Marine captain Chuck Smith who is in charge of Air Traffic Control for the British Royal Air Force and the U.S walks on their base in Kuwait. The base, at times has more air traffic than London's Heathrow.
RMR4CYDB–Solar Array, identified as a 'Solar Photovoltaic Flair', Electric Vehicle Charge Station, Melton Hill Recreation Area.
RMTWBHT1–Marshall Ney and his staff leading the French cavalry charge at the Battle of Waterloo, painting, 1912
RM2AHW37E–Penalty Charge Notice on car windscreen, The Promenade, Whitley Bay, Tyne and Wear, England, United Kingdom
RMKJ1F5K–The Second Of May 1808. The Charge Of The Mamelukes Oil on canvas painted by Francisco Goya. 1746 – 1828. Spanish romantic painter and printmaker
RM2A3E2R1–BATTLE OF OMDURMAN 2 September 1898. Charge of the 1st Lancers.
RMT0HB10–Charge of the Highlanders before Cawnpore under General Havelock, India, Asia
RM2AMENDP–The War for the Union, 1862 – A Bayonet Charge. July 1862 In the summer of 1862 the Army of the Potomac mounted an assault on Richmond, Virginia, but
RF2CF3BXB–Congestion Charge Zone ends sign in Whitechapel London. The Congestion Charge Zone was introduced in 2003 in Central London to reduce traffic levels.
RMB8BFBB–Congestion charge sign on road London England UK
RMJDRTKE–An electric car charger conversion by Ubitricity: smart cable on a street lamp which can now be used to charge an EV vehicle from lamp post (In this case a Tesla.) Twickenham UK
RFF0J71Y–Charge port and motor unit of an electric car
RMM5E109–Punjabis charge at Arogye, The Battle of Magdala, April 1868, British Expedition to Abyssinia
RMAEB2HW–Congestion charge sign Have You Paid at the start of the charging zone for Central London UK
RMCEFFBP–NHS pre-payment prescription charge card with a prescription in the background.
RM2BE10BF–Electrostatic machine used by Joseph Priestley, 1775. The glass globe (upper right) was rotated by the handle against a fixed 'rubber' (such as fur) and the charge collected by wires (top right) sweeping the globe. The voltage was soon high enough to spark across the gap (upper left). Joseph Priestley (1733-1804) was an English chemist. His most famous scientific research was on the nature and properties of gases. By clever design of apparatus and careful manipulation, Priestley isolated and characterized eight gases, including oxygen, and out of this work emerged his most important scientific
RM2JJM4AF–A cavalry charge against artillery in a 19th century battle. After a work by Henry Alkin published in London 1824.
RM2BF2GMT–Lochiel's charge at Killycrankie - July 27, 1689
RMMHMKE7–A crowd of players charge towards the ball during a game of hockey. Date: circa 1860
RMG678FP–5.00 charge. Their payments are monitored against digitised images recorded by an array of about 700 cameras in and on the periphery of the zone. There are discounts for drivers living within the zone, and money raised from the scheme will go towards improving public transport.
RMR489XB–Electric Vehicle Charge Station, solar panels, electric Transmission Towers, overlooking Clinch River, Melton Hill Hydro Electric Dam.
RMTWBHTD–Charge of the Red Lancers of the French Imperial Guard against the Scottish Infantry at the Battle of Waterloo, illustration, before 1931
RFETMW0N–Penalty charge parking tickets on an illegally parked car parked in North London, UK
RM2CWBJMM–Engraving depicting Dr Ludolph setting fire to a spoon of alcohol by means of sparks generated by the charge from a glass-globe electrical machine.
RMM60CCF–BATTLE OF THE ATLANTIC A British ship deploys depth charge about 1943
RMW5RWTB–Mohamed Ali handing over charge to Mahatma Gandhi Belgaum Karnataka India Asia December 23 1924
RF2HG3CJE–A depth charge has just been hurled overboard from ex-American destroyer, a German submarine being in the vicinity. Atlantic battle during the World W
RFW4ARDY–Parking Ticket London - Parking penalty ticket on a car windscreen. City of Westminster Penalty Charge ticket on a car in central London
RFB8BGR3–Congestion Charge sign at zone boundary London England UK
RMJDRTKG–An electric car charger conversion by Ubitricity: smart cable on a street lamp which can now be used to charge an EV vehicle from lamp post (In this case a Tesla.) Twickenham UK
RMH0E0X7–depth charge damage to u-534 submarine museum at u-boat story Liverpool Merseyside UK
RFD80TW7–Female holding a charge card and shopping from the web on laptop
RMJG55Y5–A printout from a test of a car battery showing its state of charge.
RM2BE0HP4–Electrostatic machine used by Joseph Priestley, 1775. The glass globe (upper right) was rotated by the handle against a fixed 'rubber' (such as fur) and the charge collected by wires (top right) sweeping the globe. The voltage was soon high enough to spark across the gap (upper left). Joseph Priestley (1733-1804) was an English chemist. His most famous scientific research was on the nature and properties of gases. By clever design of apparatus and careful manipulation, Priestley isolated and characterized eight gases, including oxygen, and out of this work emerged his most important scientific
RM2D137JF–Charge of the Light Cavalry Brigade, 25th October, 1854. After a painting by William Simpson. The failed Charge of the Light Brigade during the Battle of Balaclava in the Crimean War.
RMRRM5X9–The War for the Union, 1862 - A Bayonet Charge
RM2ARBG9D–Placing a bear in charge of the flock of sheep! Ax-les-Thermes - a commune in the Ari
RMG5TT6R–DCI Tom Coughlan, officer in charge of the investigation into the murder of pensioner Kenneth Pritchard addresses a news conference at Wolverhampton's Bilston Street police station. The 84-year-old was beaten to death by burglars in front of his wife. * following a break in at their flat at Penn Fields, Wolverhampton.
RMR05GE5–Solar Array, identified as 'Solar Photovoltaic Flair' measuring 17 ft. diameter, weighing approx. 1200 lbs., Electric Vehicle Charge Station.
RMRWH8P9–The Charge of the Light Brigade by Richard Caton Woodville Junior, Battle of Balaclava painting in oil on canvas, 1894
RM2AHXR52–'''Before the Charge. The Carabiniers at Winkowo'', 1900, Jean-Baptiste-Édouard Detaille, Musée de l’Armée, Hôtel National des Invalides, Paris,
RM2CWBKW6–Engraving depicting the production of sodium carbonate: ammonia-soda process. Drawing a charge from a revolving black-ash furnace at the Maletra factory, Rouen, France.
RMWJH4AH–CHARGE OF THE LIGHT BRIGADE at Balaklava 25 October 1854 led by Lord Cardigan
RM2B45W7K–British police caning lathi charge Indian freedom fighters, India, Asia, 1925, old vintage 1900s picture
RMB36508–African elephant (Loxodonta africana) breaking a tree in a demonstration charge, Ndutu, Ngorongoro, Tanzania
RMP8M54H–Discarded penalty charge notice. Parking fine removed from vehicle and thrown on a road with double yellow lines, Nottinghamshire, England, UK
RFB8BDY6–Congestion Charge sign at zone boundary London England UK
RM2AEPAYR–London, UK. 10th December 2019. Protest against the Government/HMRC Loan charge outside Downing Street, London UK The protesters claim there have been a number of suicides resulting from the application of the charge by HMRC on what is claimed to be disguised remuneration by freelancers Credit Ian DavidsonAlamy Live News
RMG1207A–Tesla Electric automobile on charge at Tesla charging point
RFRC8CE5–Man and woman charging electric car at charge bay, Manchester, UK
RFD80TRR–Female holding a charge card and shopping from the web on laptop
RM2H4AT40–A Penalty Charge Notice for stopping in a box junction with camera evidence on ipad. NB data anonymised.
RMCX55CX–Congestion charge sign, London, England
RM2B07A47–The charge of the 21st Lancers at Omdurman, September 2, 1898.
RMHTK08C–The Second of May 1808 or The Charge of the Mamelukes by Francisco Goya 1814
RMKRCYM5–Satirical cartoon, French Generals receiving an English Charge. Napoleon, Talleyrand and other French generals enjoy caricatures of the Duke of York and his mistress Mrs Clarke ('charge' is the French word for 'caricature'). Napoleon holds the cartoon entitled Military Leap Frog and says ' ... this is not the way I reward Merit by putting inexperienced Boys over the Heads of experienced Veterans'. Date: 1809
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