RMG389NA–The shogun (commander-in- chief) Minamoto Joritomo, in full traditional battle array Date: circa 1900
RMB83WGP–Commander in Chief (tv) Commander in Chief (2005)TV-Series USA Ever Carradine, Jasmine Jessica Anthony, Harry J. Lennix, Donald Sutherland, Geena Davis, Kyle Secor, Caitlin Wachs, Matt Lanter The Mom Who Came to Dinner (2005) Season 1, Episode 9 Direc
RME15X92–Augusto Pinochet dictator of Chile and Commander-in-Chief of the Chilean Army 1989
RMHYRKHX–U.S. Forces Japan Commander Jerry Martinez (L-R), Deputy Commander Charles Chiarotti, Chief Master Terrance Greene, and Commander Kenneth Moss salute U.S. Defense Secretary James Mattis as he arrives at the Yokota Air Base February 3, 2017 in Tokyo, Japan.
RMHRP58Y–Washington Appointed Commander-in-Chief, 1775
RMG7W1MG–PRINCE CHARLES, in formal blues as commander-in-chief of the Royal Regiment of wales, arriving at Cardiff Castle for the Regiment's Inauguration. He will wear the same uniform, under ermine of his rank, at his investiture as Prince of Wales.
RM2E044GN–BOMBER HARRIS ARCHIVE Portrait Air Chief Marshal Sir Arthur Harris, Commander in Chief of Royal Air Force Bomber Command, nicknamed ‘Bomber Harris” seated at his desk, smoking a cigarette at Bomber Command HQ. A controversial figure whose bombing tactics responded to Nazi Luftwaffe Blitz terror bombing in the UK. Bomber Harris took the fight directly back to Adolf Hitler in Nazi Germany with huge success. High Wycombe. 24 April 1944
RM2K02E8E–S. Kamenev - Commander-in-Chief of the Armed Forces of the Republic (right) and P.P. Lebedev - Chief of Staff. during the Russian Civil War 1919.
RMED4ARF–Commander-in-chief, Marshal Carl Gustav Mannerheim reviewing the parade troops
RMET4CCX–General Gourand, Commander-In-Chief of the French forces in the Dardanelles, and General de Amade, leaving on board a French destroyer, after a visit to Admiral de Roebeck on board the HMS Lord Nelson. They are seen standing at the salute during the playi
RMRWGY6E–Higashikuni Naruhiko, 3.12.1887 - 26.1.1990, Japanese general, commander-in chief of the Imperial Army Air Service 1937 - 1938, half-length, during of an inspection tour through China, Tai-Chen Chen, 20.3.1938, Additional-Rights-Clearance-Info-Not-Available
RMJGPPD8–WASHINGTON APPOINTED COMMANDER IN CHIEF Print by Currier & Ives in 1876
RME13CAN–Feb. 29, 2012 - The new Commander in Chief of the Armed Forces of Army: Buenos Aires, May 20th, 1975, Trascendance is given to the recent change ordered by the argentine goverment in the armed forces - General Annaya was suddenly replaced as commander in chief of the Argentine army by General Alberto Muma laplane - One of his first ceremonies was the visit to the province of Tucuman where the Argentine army continues the fight against the ''guerillas'' and on this respect it was known extraofficialy that Numa Laplane will intensify the fight against terrorism of the lefties more intensively
RMF2AYK9–Cpl. John Coolidge salutes his Commander in Chief, President Calvin Coolidge. Aug. 29, 1925, He was at the Citizens Military Training Camp, Camp Devens, Ayer, Massachusetts. (CSU 2015 9 774)
RMFWEPM4–Grand Duke Nicholas, Commander in Chief of the Russian Armies, until disaster overtook Russia in the Summer of 1915, World War I
RMCFCBH7–French, General, Robert Nivelle, commander-in-chief, armies, Battle, Verdun, Western Front, World War I, War, World War, Europe,
RMP5E7R9–Gerard Lake, 1st Viscount Lake, 1744 – 1808. Commander British forces in Irish Rebellion 1798, Commander-in-Chief of military in British India, member of Parliament. From History of the Irish Rebellion in 1798; with Memoirs of the Union, and Emmett’s Insurrection in 1803 by W.H. Maxwell. Published in London 1854.
RF2PXBM6N–John French, 1st Earl of Ypres. Commander-in-Chief of the British Army Field Marshal John Denton Pinkstone French, 1st Earl of Ypres, (1852–1925), known as Sir John French from 1901 to 1916, and as The Viscount French between 1916 and 1922, was a senior British Army officer.
RM2C8775F–Hall End (Showing The Commander in Chief Inn)
RMB83WK0–Commander in Chief (tv) Commander in Chief (2005)TV-Series USA Geena Davis First Disaster (2005) Season 1, Episode 6 Director: Vince Misiano
RMGR7BJ6–Armand-Jacques Leroy de Saint-Arnaud (1798 – 1854) was a French soldier and Marshal of France. He served as French Minister of War until the Crimean War when he became Commander-in-chief of the army of the East. He later set out to command the French forces in the Crimean War, alongside his British colleague Lord Raglan.
RM2BW22JG–British commander-in-chief greeted by German commander-in-chief at German army manoeuvres. Field Marshal Sir Cyril Peverell, chief of the Imperial Gen staff, was greeted by Col Gen Baron von Fritsch, commander-in-chief of the German army, when he arrived in Mecklenburg, North Germany, to observe the big German manoeuvres as head of the British delegation. The manoeuvres are also to be attended by Hitler and Mussolini. Photo shows, smiling field Marshal Sir Cyril Peverell (left), shaking hands with's stern faced, mono clad Col Gen Baron von Fritsch at the manoeuvres in Mecklenburg. 24 September
RMM73AYF–Thomas Fairfax, (1612–1671), Parliamentary commander-in-chief during the English Civil War
RMG4T6A7–Sir Robert Brown Black, new Governor and Commander-in-Chief of Singapore with his wife, at London Airport as they left by BOAC liner for Singapore.
RM2HPMNHR–WW2, Poland Second World War 1939, Polish invasion occupation campaign, Adolf Hitler discusses battle plans explained to him on the Polish front by (on left) Generaloberst Wilhelm List, Commander-in-Chief of the 14th Army. Between List & Adolf Hitler, General Wilhelm Keitel, Chief of the High Command of the Wehrmacht. Far right General Alfred Jodl, chief of the Wehrmacht command staff in the Wehrmacht High Command.WW2 Adolf Hitler & Field Marshal Whilhelm Keitel look at battle plans for the invasion of Poland 1939 World War II
RMD962HT–Admiral Ito. Commander-in-Chief Japanese fleet during war with China 1894-1895, Chief of Naval Board of Command during Russo-Japanese War 1904-1905.
RFHR9D92–'Viktor von Erckert, 1823 - 1870, preussischer Offizier, Bearer of the order Pour le Marit, as commander-in-chief of the garde auxiliaries; He fell to St. Privat in the Franco-Prussian War, Situation from the time of The Franco-Prussian War or Franco-German War, Deutsch-Franzoesischer Krieg, 1870-1871', Reproduction of an original woodcut from the year 1885, digital improved
RM2ABAPK3–Halftone portrait of General HH Raja Sir Amar Singh, (1864 - 1909) K.C.I.E., Commander-in-Chief of Jammu and Kashmir State Army, Vice-President of Kashmir Administrative Council 1891. Brother to Maharaja Sir Pratap Singh.
RMRWGY6D–Higashikuni Naruhiko, 3.12.1887 - 26.1.1990, Japanese general, commander-in chief of the Imperial Army Air Service 1937 - 1938, full-length, during of an inspection tour through China, Tai-Chen Chen, 20.3.1938, Additional-Rights-Clearance-Info-Not-Available
RF2F4AJTR–The Continental Army was established in 1775, after the outbreak of the American Revolution, by the Continental Congress. Valley Forge in southeastern Pennsylvania was the site of the main camp from December 1777 to June 1778 and the troops suffered through a severe winter. George Washington was the commander in chief. He is shown here at Valley Forge in this 1902 illustration.
RM2JH7925–World war 2 , anti-aircraft precautions -- WWII - General Sir Frederic Pile Commander in Chief of the British anti-aircraft Command
RME0YHNG–Jun. 06, 1970 - Visit of the commander-in-chief of the Swiss Air Force to Bonn: The Swiss chief corps commander Dr. Eugen Studer (l.) has been given a model of a Me 262 (first jet-fighter in the world) by the Chief of Staff of the Federal Air Force, lieutenant general Johannes Steinhoff, in memory of his visit to the Federal Republic of Germany. The guest from Switzerland stayed in the Federal Republic of Germany for some days, on invitation of lieutenant general Steinhoff and there inspected units of the Federal Air Force.
RMF2AY21–Colonel Samuel Chiwale, Commander-in-Chief of the Armed Forces of UNITA, Feb. 1976. UNITA, National Union for the Total Independence of Angola was engaged in a civil war against the Popular Movement for the Liberation of Angola (MPLA). In time it became Cold War proxy war with the USA and South Africa supporting UNITA. The fighting ended in 2002 with UNITA disarming. (CSU 2015 9 924)
RMT6YBWH–Engraving of George Washington's lifeguards, Commander-in-Chief speaking with line officers, 1594. From the New York Public Library. ()
RMFX42DK–Air Chief Marshal Sir Arthur Harris, Commander in Chief of Royal Air Force Bomber Command
RMB5JF8G–Esek Hopkins, 1718 -1802. Commander in Chief of the Fleet throughout the American Revolutionary War.
RF2PXBM6R–Marshal Joffre. Marshal Joseph Jacques Cesaire Joffre (1852 – 1931), was a French general who served as Commander-in-Chief of French forces on the Western Front from the start of World War I until the end of 1916. He is best known for regrouping the retreating allied armies to defeat the Germans at the strategically decisive First Battle of the Marne in September 1914.
RMER6WBE–US Navy - Commander in Chief of fleet - 1776
RMGG2FAK–Hermann Goering, Commander-in-chief of the Luftwaffe, inspecting Austrian troops March 1938 Germany
RMGCCJFD–Major-General Robert Clive, 1st Baron Clive, (1725 – 1774), also known as Clive of India, Commander-in-Chief of British India, was a British officer and soldier of fortune who established the military and political supremacy of the East India Company in Bengal.
RM2BTPP2N–New Czechoslovak commander-in-chief. General Krejci has been appointed the new generalissimo of the Czechoslovak armed forces. Photo shows, general Krejci (right) , photographed with General Gamelin, the French commander-in-chief, during a visit to Paris. 25 September 1938
RMM52ABE–Alexander Sergeyevich Menshikov, Crimean War commander-in-chief on land and sea of Russian forces
RMGCT0H3–General Mobutu, Commander-in-Chief of the Congolese National Army, with his wife on arrival at London Airport for a ten day visit as guest of the Government.
RM2J8TF8D–MANNERHEIM WW2 Commander-in-chief, Marshal Carl Gustav Mannerheim on his parade horse reviewing the parading troops some on bicycles in Viipuri, Finland 1939.
RMD962J1–Admiral Ito, Commander-in-Chief Japanese fleet during war with China 1894-1895, Chief of Naval Board of Command during Russo-Japanese War 1904-1905.
RMW20EGM–THOMAS FAIRFAX (1612-1671) English nobleman and Parliamentary Commander in Chief during the English Civil War
RMW57EEA–Portrait of Frederick Sleigh Roberts In Pretoria, Lord Roberts, hero of Candahar and South Africa, Commander-in-Chief of British Armies (Photographed at Pretoria, SA) (title on object), commander-in chief, general, marshal, Pretoria, Frederick Sleigh Roberts, Underwood and Underwood (mentioned on object), 1900, photographic paper, cardboard, albumen print, h 88 mm × w 178 mm
RMRT62PR–Johann Count Coronini Cronberg, commander-in-chief of the imperial austrian army-corps in the Moldau and Walachei, lithography from: 'National-Kalender für alle Kronländer der kaiserl. königl. österreichischen Monarchie auf das Schaltjahr 1856 ' (National calender for all crownlands of the imperial monarchy of Austria, 1856), lithographer W. Klimt, publishedbyCarl Wilhelm Medow, Leitmeritz / Prague., Additional-Rights-Clearance-Info-Not-Available
RM2F45NMG–Oliver Cromwell. Engraving of 1723. Oliver Cromwell (1599 – 1658) was an English general and statesman who, first as a subordinate and later as Commander-in-Chief, led armies of the Parliament of England against King Charles I during the English Civil War, subsequently ruling the British Isles as Lord Protector from 1653 until his death in 1658. He acted simultaneously as head of state and head of government of the new republican commonwealth.
RM2GY5126–WWI - Admiral de Robeck (Centre) and staff. ---- Admiral of the Fleet Sir John Michael de Robeck, ( Baronet) 1862 – 1928 was a celebrated officer in the Royal Navy who After the war became Commander-in-Chief of the Mediterranean Fleet ,British High Commissioner to Turkey, and later Commander-in-Chief of the Atlantic Fleet.
RME0X934–Nov. 26, 1965 - Pascual Pistarini New Commander in Chief of the Argentine Army. After the sudden resignation of General Carlos Ongania from the post he has been holding for a record period of three years, General Pascual Pistarini has been named chief of the Argentine Army today.
RMAG6PJP–Emperor Joseph ll 1741 1790 as commander in chief
RMK1DH5E–The Honorable John Byron, Vice Admiral and Commander in Chief of British naval forces in North America, 1750. From the New York Public Library.
RMHWJYDH–COMMANDER IN CHIEF RIDDEN BY MICHAEL KINANE 29 June 1993
RMA102Y8–Sir David Beatty, 1871 - 1936. British Commander in Chief of the Grand Fleet during WWI.
RMWTD752–Admiral Ernest King (1878 – 1956) was Commander in Chief, United States Fleet (COMINCH) and Chief of Naval Operations (CNO) during World War II.
RMER7J5C–Genl. Winfield Scott., commander in chief of the United Stat
RMGG2AA3–The commander-in-chief Sarrail leaving the Saloniki camp with the General Ballard for Serbia 1915 World War I Brussels. Musée de l'armée
RMF344AC–George Washington with his mother on his appointment as Commander in Chief of the Continental Army on June 19, 1775.
RM2BW22XD–Marshal Badoglio, commander-in-chief of the Italian Army and conqueror of Abyssinia, arrived in Berlin to be the guest of German War Minister, Field Marshall von Blomberg at the German Army manoeuvres. The Marshall with Signor Attolico, the Italian Ambassador (right) on his arrival. 22 September 1937
RMJTAFM3–Marshal Foch, Allied Commander-in-Chief
RMGCT0J1–General Joseph-Desire Mobutu, Commander-in-Chief of the Congolese National Army, and his wife, board a Belgian military aircraft at Northolt Airport to fly to Brussels.
RM2J8TDF7–WW2 Nazi Colonel General Walther von Brauchitsch in his signature leather trench coat, greets another general, with his Maybach staff car behind. Walther Heinrich Alfred Hermann von Brauchitsch was a German field marshal and the Commander-in-Chief of the German Army during World War II. Born into an aristocratic military family, he entered army service in 1901
RMKCEMJE–Leslie Rundle (b.1856). Governor and Commander-in-Chief, Malta (1909-14). Chromolithographic card 1917
RMA28ARA–K. M. Cariappa, Indian commanding officer, Field Marshal, Kodandera Madappa Cariappa, first Indian Commander in Chief, India, old vintage 1900s image
RMW57EFR–Portrait of Frederick Sleigh Roberts In Pretoria, Lord Roberts, hero of Candahar and South Africa, Commander-in-Chief of British Armies (Photographed at Pretoria, SA) (title on object), commander-in chief, general, marshal, Pretoria, Frederick Sleigh Roberts, Underwood and Underwood (mentioned on object), 1900, photographic paper, cardboard, albumen print, h 88 mm × w 177 mm
RMRT61YJ–Francois Cercain-Canrobert, french officer, for some time commander-in-chief of the french and british army in the Crimean War, lithography from: National-Kalender für alle Kronländer der kaiserl. königl. österreichischen Monarchie auf das Schaltjahr 1856 (National calender for all crownlands of the imperial monarchyof Austria), lithographer W. Klimt, published by Carl Wilhelm Medow, Leitmeritz / Praha., Additional-Rights-Clearance-Info-Not-Available
RM2E1KT9X–The great leaders who organized victory. General Montgomery, Commander of the glorious VIII Army, General Alexander, commander-in-chief of the Allied
RM2AMJ0MX–Equestrian statue of George, Duke of Cambridge, Commander-in-Chief of the British Army 1856 - 1895, London, UK
RME11NF8–Jul. 07, 1979 - New Commander in Chief of NATO in Europe; will be from July 1st 1979 General Beranard W. Rogers. He is the successor of General Haig, which will resign after more than 4 years. Bernard W. Rogers is born at July 16th 1921 in Fairview in Kansas/USA. He studied at the Kansas State College, later at Military Academy West Point (1940/43), theh he was at Oxford/England (1947/50) and on the US Army War College (1959/60. The four star general (since November 1974), he was in the years 1960-62 in West Germany, won last chief of staff of the US Army.
RMC462WH–Staff of the commander in chief of the Russian Narew army in 1914
RMKHC6H5–Engraved portrait of Lord Thomas Fairfax, general and Parliamentary commander-in-chief during the English Civil War, 1738. From the New York Public Library.
RMF0TBB1–Marshall Ferdinand Foch, Commander in Chief of the Allied Armies, World War I
RMA348NC–Prince George, Duke of Cambridge, 1819 - 1904. British army officer and commander in chief of the British army, 1856 to 1895.
RMWTD5J5–Those who forced Rommel to retreat. Sir Harold Alexander, commander-in-chief in the Middle East, and General Bernard Law Montgomery, Commander of the
RM2M3T0W0–Lieutenant General Sir Henry D'Oyley Torrens - Governor and Commander-in-Chief of Malta (1833-1889).
RMTXGGNB–Photograph of Fleet Admiral Ernest Joseph King (1878-1956) Commander in Chief, United States Fleet (COMINCH) and Chief of Naval Operations (CNO) during World War II. Dated 1935
RM2AX2245–A portrait of Michael Collins in 1922 as Commander-in-Chief of the National Army, a formal uniformed army that formed around the pro-Treaty IRA.
RM2BW2DCY–Picture of rear Admiral R V Holt, commander-in-chief of the Yangtze Sea Gunboat Flotilla of the Royal Navy, at his temporary office in the Asiatic Petroleum Companies building on the Bund at Hankow, the provisional Chinese headquarters now threatened by the Japanese. 21 October 1938
RM2F5NY15–Charles Cornwallis, 1st Marquess Cornwallis, Lord Lieutenant and Commander-in-chief of Ireland, during the Irish Rebellion of 1798
RM2D2XBNB–General Sir Roger Wheeler KCB CBE : is to be the new head of the Army, it was announced tonight (Wednesday). Gen Wheeler, who is currently Commander-in-Chief Land Command, will replace General Sir Charles Guthrie when he becomes Chief of the Defence Staff in February 1997. 9/9/01: Channel Tunnel operator Eurotunnel has appointed a senior British Army officer to lead its fight against asylum seekers who use its cross channel route to gain entry into the country, Eurotunnel said. General Sir Roger Wheeler, who commanded British land forces until his retirement last year, has been asked to revie
RM2H57CBN–GOERING May 9, 1945, Herman Goering, commander in chief of the Luftwaffe, president of the Reichstag, head of the Gestapo, prime minister of Prussia and Hitler’s commander in chief of the Luftwaffe designated successor is taken prisoner by the U.S. Seventh Army in Bavaria. Nazi Hermann Göring POW wearing his tailored uniform and wearing his many medals in American captivity May 9, 1945 Reichsmarschall SA-Gruppenführer Reichsforst- und Reichsjägermeister
RMD9631A–General Kuroki, Commander-in-Chief of Japanese First army at beginning of Russo-Japanese War 1904-1905.
RMDWWEPP–Commander in chief of the Economic Freedom Fighters Julius Malema and President of the Inkatha Freedom Party Mangosuthu
RMD2XKAT–COMMANDER-IN-CHIEF SIR CHARLES NAPIER
RMRT635A–Pawel Petrowitsch Liprandi, russian general, 1796-1864, commander-in-chief of the left part of the russian army in front of Sevastopol, lithography from: 'National-Kalender für alle Kronländer der kaiserl. königl. österreichischen Monarchie auf das Schaltjahr 1856 ' (National calender for all crownlands of the imperial monarchy of Austria, 1856), lithographer W. Klimt, published by Carl Wilhelm Medow, Leitmeritz / Prague., Additional-Rights-Clearance-Info-Not-Available
RF2E2GYCN–Admiral Chester William Nimiz, commander-in-chief of the American Pacific Fleet and the organizer of the naval victory.
RF2JTXNRA–REAR ADMIRAL AUSTIN M. KNIGHT, U. S. N. Austin Melvin Knight (December 16, 1854 – February 26, 1927) was an admiral in the United States Navy. He was commander in chief of the U.S. Asiatic Fleet from 1917 to 1918.
RME102CG–Commander in Chief of the Israel Navy YOHAI BINOUM.
RM2DBHNCJ–Generalfeldmarschall Keitel (Chief of the OKW), Generalfeldmarschall von Brauchitsch (Commander-in-Chief of the Army) and Generaloberst Halder (Chief of the General Staff of the Army) with Adolf Hitler looking at the map.
RMFWNF2H–1941 front page New York World Telegram Marshal Petain appoints Admiral Darlan Commander in Chief of French Armed Forces
RM2JD8DW4–GEENA DAVIS, COMMANDER IN CHIEF, 2005,
RMA08XD8–Francis Rawdon Hastings, 1st Marquis of Hastings, 1754 -1826. English soldier and statesman. Commander in Chief in India, 1813 - 1822.
RMWTD320–Admiral A. B. Cunningham. Commander-in-chief of the English fleet of the Mediterranean.
RM2M3JY55–Photograph showing Admiral Lord Louis Mountbatten (1900 - 1979), then Commander-in-Chief of the South-East Asia Command, talking with General Montgomery (1887 - 1976) in Normandy, France. The photograph shows Mountbatten explaining the Allied situation in Burma to Montgomery.
RMTXGG37–Portrait of Yoritomo by Takanobu. Yoritomo was the first commander-in-chief of Japan (1192-98).
RMG2TJ8C–Sir Thomas Fairfax, 3rd Lord Fairfax of Cameron, nicknamed 'Black Tom' was a general and Parliamentary commander-in-chief during the English Civil War.
RM2BTPP23–Germany's commander-in-chief married. Col General von Brauchitsch, the commander-in-chief of the German army, was married in the Evangelical Church in Bad Salzbrunn, Silesia. Photo shows, Col Gen von Brauchitsch with his bride after the wedding ceremony. 25 September 1938
RMKFP33R–General Rowland Hill, 1st Viscount Hill, 1772–1842, Commander-in-Chief of the British Army in 1828
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