RMEMBJEG–The Night Raider - A raiding Zeppelin caught in searchlights for anti-aircraft guns during World War I
RFEM7EEE–Heart of the beams of searchlights
RM2B0GXE3–Joseph Pennell, American, 1857–1926, St. Paul's in Wartime: The Searchlights, 1916, Mezzotint on Japanese paper, image: 5 x 5 7/8 in. (12.7 x 15 cm
RMFT81E9–Searchlights over Gibraltar during World War ll
RMEPC7J8–St Paul's Cathedral VE night lit by V searchlights
RFRA2E0J–Abstract gold on black overlapping light trails background
RMWFW0K0–The cover of 'Bombers Over Merseyside', featuring the 'Three Graces', from left, the Royal Liver Building, The Cunard Building and the Port of Liverpool Building at the Pier Head. In the background, search lights penetrate the smoke from fires caused by high explosive and incendiary bombs dropped by German bombers during the blitz on Liverpool and surrounding area between August 1940 and January 1942.
RMD9891J–New York City, N.Y. (Sept. 9, 2004) - As the anniversary of the September 11, 2001 terrorist attack approaches, a test of the Tribute in Light Memorial illuminates a passing cloud above lower Manhattan. The twin towers of light, made-up of 44 searchlights near “Ground Zero,” are meant to represent the fallen twin towers of the World Trade Center. Depending on weather conditions, the columns of light can be seen for at least 20 miles around the trade center complex. U.S. Coast Guard photo
RMW20EEN–GERMAN AIRSHIP painting showing a Zeppelin caught in searchlights over England during WW!
RMJ42RNB–Marc Henry Meunier.The searchlights
RMDR45X0–Zeppelin Raid, 1917 photograph of a German night mombing raid on London, the airship picked out by searchlights
RMFB60HB–Searchlights fill the skies of Sheffield in South Yorkshire to mark 75 year anniversary of the blitz in WWII
RME8PH72–Nuremberg Rally 1937 in Nuremberg, Germany - Hundreds of anti-aircraft searchlights light up the night sky during the roll call of the political leaders of the Nazi party (NSDAP) on Zeppelin Field at the Nazi party rally grounds. (Flaws in quality due to the historic picture copy) Photo: Berliner Verlag/Archive - NO WIRE SERVICE -
RFDCHKA4–World War I propaganda poster of a navy ship shining it's searchlights.
RME60FBA–the searchlights converging
RM2AG0GWH–'Defeat of a Night Attempt to Cross the Railway', 1902. Searchlights, powered by mobile generators, were used to light up the railways against Boer attack at night. From "South Africa and the Transvaal War, Vol. VII", by Louis Creswicke. [The Caxton Publishing Co., London, 1902]
RME002YX–Anti-aircraft searchlights over Paris, 1914
RMC2JDEK–Installation of Searchlights at an Airfield
RMG3AJG6–London by Night - Searchlights crossing the night sky over the capital. Date: circa 1940s
RM2H72WAH–A Douglas Dakota of BOAC, silhouetted by night at Gibraltar by the batteries of searchlights on the Rock, as it is prepared for a flight to the United Kingdom between 1940 and 1945
RF2HJT663–Whitened Walls of the Capitol Lit by Searchlights. Washington DC (1923)
RM2AMCK84–World War II Vintage 1940’s Propaganda Poster UK THE ATTACK BEGINS IN THE FACTORY Lancaster Bombers Nazi Germany Night Night time Bombing Run Searchlights Illustration offset lithograph in colours, 1943, printed by Chromoworks Ltd., London by Artist Roy A. Nockolds
RMERGPC2–British searchlights find the position of the German forces and signal to the British troops by flashing the sign of the cross.
RMEMWR51–Rescue of two missing persons with searchlights on Fairfax Road, N8, London. 11th December 1944.
RF2CAWB95–Colourful lights at the Illuminate event in the inner basin at the Royal William Yard in Stonehouse Plymouth. Former MOD vitualling yard being redevel
RM2BW91R4–A crowd watching the searchlights by an artillery battery . 1938
RMD96612–Zeppelin airship caught in searchlights during a bombing raid over England, 1916. On night of 2-3 September London was bombed. Illustration published c1920.
RM2BAGEDW–ZEPPELINS CAUGHT BY DESTROYER SEARCHLIGHTS over the English coast about 1915
RMDK4HEW–Searchlights of British destroyers sweeping the Thames estuary, London and guarding Britain's food supplies during WWI.
RMPD9GN2–Enemy aeroplane in searchlights at night depicted in the ceiling mosaic designed by Soviet artist Alexander Deyneka in the Mayakovskaya metro station in Moscow, Russia. One of the mosaics from the set entitled Twenty-four Hours in the Soviet Sky assembled by Russian mosaic master Vladimir Frolov in the 1930s.
RMJFD8MJ–Searchlights on Airship over London area, 1917
RM2GNTEP4–World War I - Apsley Gate, Hyde Park Corner, London just after being fitted with searchlights. The classical style stone gateway has scroll-topped columns designed by 25 year old Decimus Burton in Portland stone It was built between 1826 & 1829 with friezes copied from the Elgin Marbles and the Parthenon in Athens by John Henning.
RMPN2XP8–Reese Witherspoon at Fox Searchlight's premiere of 'Wild' held at Samuel Goldwyn Theater in Beverly Hills, CA, November 19, 2014. Photo by Joe Martinez / PictureLux
RME60FBG–Man playing with one of the searchlights
RMW58X14–Searchlights on Christian science; a symposium : Standard
RMDYYW82–German searchlights in the First World War
RMKXWYK3–French Soldiers employ Searchlights to Scan the Sky for German Zeppelins
RMHH4F3W–WW1 - German Zeppelin picked by Searchlights over Woodford
RMGFJ67H–The electric searchlights of the Heligoland Lighthouse, circa 1900
RFCRHA2B–Illustration of searchlights or spotlights pointing into the night sky
RMRBYNRD–RED SQUARE VICTORY DAY 1945 MAY MOSCOW WW2 WORLD WAR II Hostilities end searchlights in the sky celebrate Nazi Germany defeat and surrender Moscow Red Square 1945 searchlights and fireworks in the sky signal the end of World War II Celebrations in Moscow’s Red Square, Soviet Union May 9, 1945
RFF44DN0–Fortress is shined with night searchlights
RMEMWMC7–Rescue of two missing persons with searchlights on Fairfax Road, N8, London. 11th December 1944.
RMK1HJHH–England, Hampshire, Hurst castle, World War 2 searchlights
RM2BW8NWE–anti aircraft men are given training on searchlights . 1936
RMDYF246–Searchlights behind St. Paul's cathedral in London, England during an air raid in World War one. Drawn by Joseph Pennell, 1857-1926, artist 1914.
RM2HY88GE–Paul Dano attending the premiere of FOX Searchlight's Youth, held at the Directors Guild of America Theatre, in Los Angeles, California.
RMBN4D2F–Sunbeams. Searchlights of the Sun Windang Island, Windang NSW Australia
RMJW9KNA–Zeppelin caught in searchlights over London, 13 October, 1915
RMFT8362–Searchlights over Gibraltar during World War ll
RMPN2XYD–Charles Baker at Fox Searchlight's premiere of 'Wild' held at Samuel Goldwyn Theater in Beverly Hills, CA, November 19, 2014. Photo by Joe Martinez / PictureLux
RM2G43CF5–U. S. Army Searchlights Converge in a Cone of Light over a formation of Soldiers, WW2, Egypt
RM2A2X00T–Negative - Picnic Cove, Northern Territory, Oct 1944, A man in swimming costume at the army camp of the Australian Army Searchlights 65th Battery. He is standing under a banana tree and there is a corrugated iron building behind him
RMC2JE85–Pyrotechniques without Effect
RMK07Y35–Trains with searchlights
RM2A2A19G–An Unparallelled Scene - When the 2nd Division of the Russian Fleet came up, searchlights were turned on, then shot and shell whizzed though the air, and trawler after trawler was struck. Upon the Crane fell the worst of the injuries, and she soon sunk. 1904
RFBMF5HX–Some searchlights or spotlights lighting up the starry night sky.
RM2H6XJW9–LANCASTER BOMBER NIGHT RAID Archive WW2 Avro Lancaster bomber Mk III of No.103 Squadron Bomber Command on the dramatic misty flarepath runway at RAF Elsham Wolds, Lincolnshire, before taking off for a night bombing raid on Duisburg, 26 March 1943. during the Battle of the Ruhr. To the runway side are three searchlights forming a point to indicate height of prevailing mist fog and cloud base. RAF Bomber Command controlled the Royal Air Force's bomber forces from 1936 to 1968. Along with United States Army Air Forces, it played the very brave central role in strategic bombing of Nazi Germany
RF2G7R14A–'The Rocks', a waterfront suburb of Sydney, Australia, lit up for the annual Vivid Sydney festival, with searchlights filling the sky
RMEMWTBE–Rescue of two missing persons with searchlights on Fairfax Road, N8, London. 11th December 1944.
RM2BW8K1G–Searchlights on the Odeon Cinema Sidcup . (347 Kent AA Comp ) . 1937
RFD45P2G–LED industrial searchlights isolated on a white background
RM2HY88G4–Blanca Blanco attending the premiere of FOX Searchlight's Youth, held at the Directors Guild of America Theatre, in Los Angeles, California.
RF2JCDJD8–Stadium spotlights. Football field directional light sources, realistic searchlights. Illuminated studio and arena stage lamps, different directions
RM2CFAC39–Defense de Survoler!
RM2J93E4X–An early illustration of a British military searchlight with descriptive diagram of its individual parts
RMPN2XWW–Laura Dern at Fox Searchlight's premiere of 'Wild' held at Samuel Goldwyn Theater in Beverly Hills, CA, November 19, 2014. Photo by Joe Martinez / PictureLux
RMFYYEP6–Abram Games iconic WW2 pamphlet cover image
RMCN6JNN–Japanese cruiser Yubari shines searchlights towards the northern force of Allied warships during the Battle of Savo Island on August 9, 1942.
RMHH4EY6–Jubilee Naval Review - battery of searchlights of the fleet
RM2AXTYCB–A British World War 2 propaganda poster illustrating Short Stirling Heavy Bombers, over the German port odf Lubeck. The Stirling was the first four-engined bomber to be introduced into service with the Royal Air Force (RAF) and Stirling entered squadron service in 1941. During its use as a bomber, pilots praised the type for its ability to out-turn enemy night fighters and its favourable handling characteristics, while the altitude ceiling was often a subject of criticism.
RME7DADF–In the dusk of Bastille Day, the Cenotaph in honor of the dead was placed under the Arc de Triomphe and all through the night searchlights played upon it, while clouds of incense rose from great urns on each side. Bastille Day 1919
RMR2BRG3–1940's 'J is for Junkers our enemy of course’ simple graphic propagnda artwork in WW2 children’s school book Great Britain
RMCXAB26–Colorized photo of the Tower of Jewels and nearby buildings illuminated at night at the Panama-Pacific International Exposition, also known as the 1915 World's Fair, San Francisco, California, 1915. (Photo by Burton Holmes)
RMEMWMDF–Rescue of two missing persons with searchlights on Fairfax Road, N8, London. 11th December 1944.
RMG5CX02–Private Betty Wood, a former Leeds factory worker, 'striking up the arc'. The training of ATS (Auxiliary Territorial Service) on the maintenance and working of searchlights is being speeded up so that more girls are able to take the place of men in this work.
RM2BW8K1J–Searchlights on the Odeon Cinema Sidcup . ( 347 Kent AA Comp ) . 1937
RFDG39WK–LED industrial searchlights isolated on a white background
RM2HY88G2–Sumi Jo attending the premiere of FOX Searchlight's Youth, held at the Directors Guild of America Theatre, in Los Angeles, California.
RM2A1F3ED–British, WW2, War Effort, And they will say, 'This was our finest hour', (castle and searchlights), motivational poster, 1939-1946
RF2JDKXE8–Stadium lights background. Directional sources, football field searchlights, cold rays, sport arena lighting design, different projectors, Illuminated
RMTA2GXT–Numerous searchlights of the Wehrmacht create a Lichtdom (cathedral of light) above the Zeppelin field during the rally of the political leaders of the NSDAP at the Nazi party rally grounds in Nuremberg.
RMDYEJBW–Searchlights outline and highlight the shapes of British soldiers during a battle in 1914. world war I
RMPN2Y0W–Rosanna Arquette at Fox Searchlight's premiere of 'Wild' held at Samuel Goldwyn Theater in Beverly Hills, CA, November 19, 2014. Photo by Joe Martinez / PictureLux
RM2AA61AW–How Germans conceal searchlights. The searchlight and mount is covered with leaves and shrubbery so that it appears like a bush. When in use the camouflage is removed from the searchlight ca. 1918
RFRADDAR–Orange and green Art Deco spotlights background
RMG3B378–Cartoon, Women watching searchlights, WW1
RM2AA0X00–A World War two poster advising the population to take cover during the Allied Bombing Offensive against Germany.
RM2CBXWB2–A magic lantern slide entitled “Airships in War”. From “The Conquest of the Air” series published by W. Butcher & Sons, London around 1910.
RMDB03G9–energy, electricity, light, a searchlight, developed by the French military officer Mangin and mounted on the Eiffel tower, illuminating a cloud, wood engraving, late 19th century, electrical, electric, searchlight, searchlights, beam of light, light ray, beams of light, light rays, Paris, France, illumination, illuminations, clouds, cloud, invention, inventions, technics, historic, historical, Additional-Rights-Clearences-Not Available
RMR0CT8D–Bridge of a ship navigating through the night with search lights looking for icebergs. Kangertittivaq, Greenland
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