RMGBYP0R–Horse Racing - Glorious Goodwood - Day Five - Goodwood. Midday and Tom Queally win The Blue Square Nassau Stakes during the Glorious Goodwood Festival at Goodwood racecourse, Chichester.
RM2F62EWR–Glorious First of June, 1794
RMG39X7A–GLORIOUS 1 JUNE
RMA9PR4H–William and Mary the Protestants Joy ruling England after the Glorious Revolution 1688. Hand-colored halftone of an ilustration
RMT1HPRP–'Lord Howe's Victory, 1st June 1794'. By Thomas Sutherland after Thomas Whitcombe (c1752-1824). For John Jenkins' 'The Naval Achievements of Great Britain, from the Year 1793 to 1817'. Admiral Howe (1726-99) defeating the French at the Battle of the Glorious First of June. The English captured a third of the French ships.
RMK36BMM–THE GLORIOUS DAYS FROM THE RONALD GRANT ARCHIVE
RM2K02MD0–A. Golovanov. Glorious Red Army!. 1945. World War Two Soviet propaganda poster
RMJ1B475–Leopold VI entering Vienna in 1219 on his return from the crusades. Leopold VI, 1176 – 1230, aka Leopold the Glorious. Duke of Styria and Duke of Austria. From Hutchinson's History of the Nations, published 1915
RF2HJT0D7–The Cenotaph commemorating the Lion City's glorious dead. Singapore (1923)
RMR3C5JW–SPANISH GLORIOUS REVOLUTION 1868, Citizens of Madrid help themselves to firearms.
RM2BWARF9–The Great Hush Hush Ship Glorious Glorious began her conversion into an aircraft - carrier at Rosyth in 1924, but was towed to Devonport for completion, and she was re-commissioned on 24 February 1930. . August 1921
RME0WWPE–May 05, 1964 - ''Tall Ships: At Plymouth.: For the fast few days, glorious sights of the past have been seen in Plymouth sound as the great sailing ships have been assembling for the start of the ''tall ships'' race from Plymouth sound as the great sailing ships have been assembling for the start of the ''Tall Ships'' race from Plymouth to Lisbon to Bermuda, and finally New York for the World's Fair. One of the most picturesque was the giant Danish sail training ship Danmark which will be sailing with the others although not competing in the race
RMDC9YF8–The sinking of the Vengeur, during the Glorious First of June 1794 (Third Ushant Battle). By Leopold Morice, 1883. Pedestal of
RM2AHDKET–Painting attributed to Joaquin Siguenza Chavarrieta (1825-1902). Spanish painter. Military parade in front of the Congress of the Deputies on the occassion of the victory of the Glorious Revolution, ca. 1868-1872. Museum of Romanticism. Madrid. Spain.
RMJ8P707–TORQUAY Vintage 1950's British Rail poster promoting travel to Torquay 'in glorious Devon'
RM2D13078–Glorious escape of Madama Pietro Vial Marshal of the King of Naples on the night of January 25, 1848 from Palermo
RFCR6XR6–Wishing you a Glorious 4th of July - vintage Independence day card
RMENT9P1–The glorious Virgin between Saint John the Baptist and Saint Stephen 26/09/2013 - 16th century Collection
RMGBYXAJ–Grouse Shooting - Lord Swinton's Party - Potts Moor - North Yorkshire. Lord Swinton's party walk over the moors to the butts for grouse shooting on the Glorious Twelfth.
RMF3GT29–Glorious sunrise behind residential apartment with patchy clouds ; Pune; Maharashtra ; India
RMMT90YB–Newquay, Cornwall, UK. 28th May, 2018. UK Weather. A glorious sunset over Towan Head to end a day of wonderful summer weather for Newquay, Cornwall. Gordon Scammell/Alamy Live News
RMD87JJR–GLORIOUS 1 JUNE
RMBFHEMJ–William of Orange, later King William III of England, leading Dutch army in England's Glorious Revolution. Hand-colored halftone of an illustration
RMW60BWE–Thomas Osborne, 1st Duke of Leeds ('Lord Danby'), c18th century. After Johann Kerseboom (d1708) & Jan van der Vaart (c1650-1727). Thomas Osborne English politician who was part of the Immortal Seven group that invited William III, Prince of Orange, to depose James II of England as monarch during the Glorious Revolution.
RMK38JWK–GLORIOUS BETSY premiere at the Warner Theatre Date: 1928
RMF7PGTM–naval forces mutiny in Cadiz during the Glorious Revolution (La Gloriosa) in Spain. 1868
RMA102JF–Scene on the deck of the Queen Charlotte, June 1, 1794. The Glorious First of June aka Fourth Battle of Ushant.
RF2HJR395–Dawlish, the red cliffs of glorious Devon and a stone sentinel. England (1923)
RM2D99D7D–BATTLE OF USHANT 1794 aka The Glorious First of June. Lord Howe routs the French under Rear-Admiral Villaret-Joyeuse
RMPFRM9Y–Echinopsis 'Glorious', Echniopsis hybrid in bloom
RMERD0JC–Aerial view of Glorious Goodwood. 2nd August 1923.
RMERGENB–Street fighting in Malaga, Spain during Glorious Revolution (La Gloriosa), 1868. Led to deposition of Queen Isabella II. Late
RMBPEN0D–Glorious Goodwood Meeting, Sussex, UK
RM2JTYPJM–ILFRACOMBE Vintage 1950s UK British Holiday Vacation Travel Poster for Ilfracombe 'On Devon's Glorious Ocean Coast'. By Artist Henry Riley
RMBK66CB–Hien Lam, the Pavilion of the Glorious Coming, The Citadel at Hue, Vietnam, Indochina, Southeast Asia, Asia
RFCR6XRB–Wishing you a Glorious 4th of July - Vintage Independence Day card
RMK0PKXW–Broadside from the American Civil War, entitled 'Unfurl the Glorious Banner, ' expressing pride and patriotism for the Union in the symbol of the flag, New York, New York, 1862.
RMG5BJ8K–THE KOREAN WAR: Lance-Corporal Fred Tartaglia of Cheltenham greets his mother when he arrived at Southampton with other members of the 'Glorious Glosters' (1st Bn. Gloucestershire Regiment). Aboard the ship were 18 survivors of the Imjin River battle.
RMF3GT26–Glorious sunrise behind residential apartment with patchy clouds ; Pune; Maharashtra ; India
RMMT90Y8–Newquay, Cornwall, UK. 28th May, 2018. UK Weather. A glorious sunset over Towan Headland to end a day of wonderful summer weather for Newquay, Cornwall. Gordon Scammell/Alamy Live News
RM2BWBF16–Not Forgotten The Glorious British Dead in Belgium Liege Cemetary 28 October 1921
RM2FK4NE7–The aircraft carrier HMS Glorious, built as a large light cruiser in 1915-1917, she was converted, 1924-1930. From British Warships, published 1940
RMDXK6P6–SIXTY GLORIOUS YEARS
RMKCEMG3–The population of Minsk greets the Glorious Red Army during the Russian Civil War. From a painting by G.
RM2H9HMKY–The reception of James II in Dublin, 1698. After he was deposed in the Glorious Revolution of 1688, James II went into exile in France, where he was welcomed by his cousin Louis XIV. Louis was at war with William of Orange, James' replacement on the throne of England and Scotland, and encouraged James to travel to Ireland, which still recognised him as its king. James II and VII, 163O -1701. King of England and King of Ireland as James II, and King of Scotland as James VII.From Cassell's Illustrated History of England, published c.1890.
RF2HJR26C–By the Guayaquil-Quito Railway beneath the watchful eye of 'A glorious sentinel of the andine world'. Ecuador (1923)
RME0YKDJ–Aug. 08, 1970 - The glorious twelfth. Grouse at the Savoy. Photo shows Vladimir Piccoli, the Grill Chef at the Savoy Hotel carries in grouse today the Glorious Telfth opening of the grouse season.
RM2A4D99H–Lyme Regis, Dorset, UK. 13th October 2019. UK Weather: The sky over the Cobb Harbout at Lyme Regis glows with glorious pinks and reds at sunset after a dull and rainy day. Credit: Celia McMahon/Alamy Live News.
RMERD0J6–Racing Scenes during Glorious Goodwood. 2nd August 1968.
RMERGF68–Street fighting in Malaga, Spain during Glorious Revolution (La Gloriosa), 1868. Led to deposition of Queen Isabella II. Late
RF2PRAH6D–The Ascension of the Lord – Second Glorious Mystery on Mount Podbrdo in Medjugorje. Bronze relief hillside installations made by Carmelo Puzzolo.
RM2BC3KHM–Vintage French travel poster to promote Transatlantic Air line between United States and France featuring a three panel colour painting by notable French cartoonist and caricaturist Georges Villa (1883-1965). The first panel a horse coach going up an uphill road with its passengers walking behind it, second panel depicts cars crossing on a dirt road. The third panel, aircraft flying over coast of France. Text reads The good old days. The fleeting present. The Glorious Future.” Arrival at Le Havre by Transatlantic Air, United States to France.1922, designer: George Villa,
RMGC8E2M–literature, Russia, the story of the glorious brave Ilya Muromec and the highwayman Solovya, copper engraving, circa 1810, Artist's Copyright has not to be cleared
RMHRMF3T–The Glorious First of June, 1794 - The Victory of Lord Howe - Philip James de Loutherbourg
RMK25XXE–Broadside from the American Civil War entitled 'The Glorious Stripes and Stars', calling on Union forces to unite move toward victory, New York, New York, 1863.
RMG5C92R–Lieutenant-Colonel James Carne, VC, DSO, of the Gloucestershire Regiment, watches as the officers and men he commanded at the Battle of the Imjin River in Korea file into Gloucester Cathedral for a service of thanksgiving for the survivors' safe return and of remembrance for the 1st Battalion's fallen - the Glorious Glosters.
RM2ABNF3R–Engraved portrait of the Duke of York, AKA James II and VII ( 1633 – 1701) King of England and Ireland as James II and King of Scotland as James VII, from 1685 until he was deposed in the Glorious Revolution of 1688. The last Roman Catholic monarch of England, Scotland and Ireland, his reign is now remembered primarily for struggles over religious tolerance.
RMMDAJFB–Newquay, Cornwall, UK. 19th April, 2018. UK weather. After an overcast day dog walkers enjoy a glorious sunset over East Pentire in Newquay Cornwall Gordon Scammell/Alamy Live News
RMG375RN–ROMANCE - GLORIOUS APOLO
RM2BWB0D6–Mr William Luff as Charles II in the new film the Glorious Adventure 30 December 1921
RM2FK4NEF–Diagram of the aircraft carrier HMS Glorious, built as a large light cruiser in 1915-1917, she was converted, 1924-1930. From British Warships, published 1940
RMDXK6P7–SIXTY GLORIOUS YEARS
RM2K097HM–Hail! Glorious banner of our land. Spirit of the Union/Gibson & Co. lith., Cincinnati. Patriotic music cover showing woman holding U.S. flag.
RM2H9HMKR–After he was deposed in the Glorious Revolution of 1688, James II went into exile in France, where he was welcomed by his cousin Louis XIV. Louis was at war with William of Orange, James' replacement on the throne of England and Scotland, and encouraged James to travel to Ireland, which still recognised him as its king. James II and VII, 163O -1701. King of England and King of Ireland as James II, and King of Scotland as James VII. Louis XIV, 1638 – 1715, aka Louis the Great (Louis le Grand) or the Sun King (le Roi Soleil). King of France. From Cassell's Illustrated History of England, pub
RF2FWPHBB–Glorious First of June 1794. Combat de Prairial. Lord Howe victory. TALLIS c1855
RME0MCDY–Aug. 13, 1954 - The Glorious Twelfth Opening of Grouse Shooting Season Yesterday was ''The Glorious Twelfth'', and Lord Swinton's party - five guns in all - were at Pott Moor, Grimaes Gyhll, Yourshire. Sir Thomas Dugdale, former Minister of Agriculture - seen with his son.
RM2A4DC5E–Lyme Regis, Dorset, UK. 13th October 2019. UK Weather: The sky over the Cobb Harbout at Lyme Regis glows with glorious pinks and reds at sunset after a dull and rainy day. Credit: Celia McMahon/Alamy Live News.
RMERD0AM–Scenes at Glorious Goodwood. Spectators brave the rain. 26th July 1966.
RMERGF6A–Street fighting in Malaga, Spain during Glorious Revolution (La Gloriosa), 1868. Led to deposition of Queen Isabella II. Late
RF2PRAH80–The Ascension of the Lord – Second Glorious Mystery on Mount Podbrdo in Medjugorje. Bronze relief hillside installations made by Carmelo Puzzolo.
RM2GAEY66–WW1 Recruitment Recruiting Propaganda Poster UK: Rugby union footballers are doing their duty. Over 90% have enlisted. British athletes! Will you follow this glorious example? / printed by Johnson, Riddle & Co., Ltd., London, S.E. Date Created/Published: London : Publicity Department, Central London Recruiting Depot,  (poster) : lithograph, color Poster showing two half-length portraits side by side, of a rugby player and of a soldier. 'doing their duty' World War, 1914-1918--Recruiting & enlistment--Great Britain. Rugby--Great Britain--1910-1920. Soldiers--British--1910-1920.
RMDB1KC4–politics, labour movement, propaganda, the glorious deeds of the German Diet, 'At the pillory! Into the mind of the German workers', wood engraving, 'Rote Wahlen', 1903, Additional-Rights-Clearences-Not Available
RMFXDCNF–January 19 Monument to Vittorio Emanuele II - The apotheosis of our glorious army that fought in Libya 1913
RMKYEKJM–Monument outside the Auckland War Memorial Museum with inscription reading 'The Glorious Dead', in Auckland, New Zealand, October 11, 2017. ()
RMG5DJEF–GLORIOUS GLOSTERS: Lieutenant-Colonel James Power Carne (c), heroic commanding officer of the 1st Bn. the Gloucestershire Regiment, and 150 other former British prisoners of war were reunited with their familes at Southampton having arrived on the Empire Orwell. Lt-Col. Carne is shown here with his wife, Jean.
RM2HAXJRW–Gaspar Núñez de Arce (1832-1903). Spanish poet and politician. He took an active part in the Glorious Revolution of September 1868 to dethrone Isabella II. Minister of Overseas in 1883 in the government presided over by Sagasta. Chromolithography. 'Historia General de España' (General History of Spain), by Miguel Morayta. Volume VIII. Madrid, 1894.
RMKBRNKJ–Parody of the Glorious Twelfth, Punch 1909
RMG39X78–GLORIOUS 1 JUNE / CARD
RM2BWBJBM–The Glorious British Dead in Belgium A view of the Liege Cemetary in which the bodies of many British soldiers are interned 28 October 1921
RFMPTWY2–Vintage Photograph of The Collision Between S.S.Florida and H.M.S.Glorious in 1931
RMKMYBA1–A former Scottish sign at Glen Einich, Cairngorms region, Scotland- TRESPASSERS MAY BE SHOT after the 'Glorious 12th' (the start of grouse shooting season)
RM2CWBN8K–Black and white photograph of 'Images of the World: 1949-1950'; the glorious and dramatic return of the expedition to the Himalayan mountains led by Louis Lachenal (1921-1955); Lachenal is carried by his comrade Terry as his feet are bandaged.
RMET1J5M–Glorious sunrise man with camel on sand dunes ; Jaisalmer ; Rajasthan ; India
RF2FWPHBR–HMS Queen Charlotte. Glorious 1st June 1794. 4th Battle of Ushant. TALLIS c1855
RME0MC69–Aug. 08, 1954 - ''The Glorious Twelfth''. Opening of Grouse scooting season. Yesterday was ''The Glavious Twelfth'', an Lord Swinton's party - five guns in all - were at Pott Moor, Grimes Gyhll, Yorkshire. Keystone Photo shows:- Lord Swinton's dog seen retrieving.
RM2A4DD6J–Lyme Regis, Dorset, UK. 13th October 2019. UK Weather: The sky over the Cobb Harbout at Lyme Regis glows with glorious pinks and reds at sunset after a dull and rainy day. Credit: Celia McMahon/Alamy Live News.
RMERD1HG–General scenes at Glorious Goodwood showing spectators. 25th July 1961.
RMPC64H4–Goodwood, UK, 31 July 2018 The opening race at Glorious Goodwood 31 July 2018 Credit John Beasley/Alamy Live News
RM2JK1P7D–Holidaymakers enjoying the glorious sunshine on a staycation in the picturesque Newquay Harbour in Cornwall in England in the UK.
RM2JK2J3P–Glorious First of June (1 June 1794), also known as the Fourth Battle of Ushant painted by Philip James de Loutherbourg. This was the largest naval battle in the War of the First Coalition and resulted in a defeat for the French.
RMDB7DRX–Glorious Revolution in Spain 1868, uprising in Cadiz, street fighting, wood engraving after drawing, 'Illustrierte Zeitung', Leipzig, 1868, Additional-Rights-Clearences-Not Available
RMECG9PM–Celebrating the Great and Glorious 4th of July, circa 1900. A little boy lighting off firecrackers while his sister covers her ears
RMB5W58C–William III of Orange landing in Brixham, England with his Dutch army on 5th November, 1688 during the Glorious Revolution.
RMG5DJDT–GLORIOUS GLOSTERS: Corporal Alfred Holdham, MM, of the Gloucestershire Regiment, who was beaten up in a prison camp because he would not listen to Communist propaganda. He is with his mother, Elsie, whom he met when he landed with more than 500 ex-prisoners of war from Korea on the trooper Asturias at Southampton.
RM2HAXJRF–Gaspar Núñez de Arce (1832-1903). Spanish poet and politician. He took an active part in the Glorious Revolution of September 1868 to dethrone Isabella II. Minister of Overseas in 1883 in the government presided over by Sagasta. Portrait. Chromolithography. 'Historia General de España' (General History of Spain), by Miguel Morayta. Volume VIII. Madrid, 1894.
RMKB7W55–Lord Howe's victory, 1 June 1794, The Glorious First of June
RMER996H–Hail! Glorious banner of our land. Spirit of the Union
RM2BW3ERW–Remnant of a glorious past . A team of farm horses passing under the gateway to Waltham Abbey , which is 875 years old . 15 January 1935
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