RME0J69B–William II, aka William Rufus or William the Red, c. 1056 – 1100. King of England.
RMG3AXAF–King William II
RFCEGM17–Kaiser Wilhelm (William) II, German emperor, inspects Austro-Hungarian troops on the East Galician front, New Year's Day, 1916. At the Kaiser's left is General Count von Bothmer.
RFH8RF95–Wilhelm II or William II, Friedrich Wilhelm Viktor Albert von Preussen, Frederick William Victor Albert of Prussia, was the last German Emperor and King of Prussia
RMBB95X3–Portrait of King William II of England William Rufus
RMA2BBXT–King William II one of a set of 50 EDITORIAL USE ONLY
RFBMR7Y2–William II King of England (1056-1100) on engraving from the 1800s. King of England during 1087-1100.
RMM0J79W–William II (Wilhelm II) (Friedrich Wilhelm Viktor Albert) (Potsdam
RMDTMK6B–Wilhelm II or William II was the last German Emperor, Kaiser, and King of Prussia
RMP06GRD–'William II', 1935. Artist: Unknown.
RMERFW41–King William II (reigned 1087-1100). William Rufus had a red face and a hot temper.He filled England with unworthy favourites
RM2B51MJT–Color portrait of William II of Germany. Wilhelm II Friedrich Wilhelm Viktor Albrecht von Preußen (Berlin 1859 - Doorn 1941), was the last emperor or
RM2DHW19A–St. Anne's Hill, No. II, Edward Alfred Goodall, 1819–1908, British, after Joseph Mallord William Turner, 1775–1851, British, 1834, Line engraving, engraver's proof on thick, slightly textured, cream, wove paper, with cream, chine colle, Sheet: 11 1/2 × 6 1/8 inches (29.2 × 15.6 cm), Chine collé: 11 × 5 13/16 inches (27.9 × 14.8 cm), and Image: 2 5/8 × 3 inches (6.7 × 7.6 cm
RMR5AWMG–King William II (Rufus), seated, holding a sword. Chronicle of Abingdon. England (Abingdon Abbey); circa 1220. Source: Cotton Claudius B. VI, f.124. Language: Latin and Anglo-Sax.
RMGG2FCY–Kaiser William II Ca 1900 Germany
RF2BDXMEK–William II, King of England
RMKWCWX9–Giant Gibson Girl as the symbol of Democracy, punching German soldier resembling Hindenburg. Behind him is a cowering figure of Kaiser William II. THE LAST BLOW is a 1918 World War 1 drawing by Charles Dana Gibson (BSLOC 2017 1 45)
RMJMYAP6–Mary Henrietta Stuart (1631-1660), widow of William II, Prince of Orange and mother of William III, King of England. Painting by Bartholomeus van der Helst, oil on canvas, 1652.
RMRG6PHH–One Kingdom, One People, One God - The speech of Emperor William II proclaiming German Union
RMA1HX56–William II, Rufus the Red 1056 - 1100. King of England. From a 19th century print
RMG39NFR–KING WILLIAM II Date: (R)1087 - 1100
RMCPHYTE–King William II of Wuerttemberg at the opening of an agricultural exhibition, 1908
RMTWBHY0–William II of the Netherlands wounded at the Battle of Waterloo, engraving, 1817
RMBWN8P5–William II German Emperor near 1916 history historical historic prussian Pickelhaube spiked helmet side-face
RMB5M7GB–1 W46 G1918 4 Caricature of William II WW I Poster William II German emperor King of Prussia 1859 1941 Times are hard your Majes
RMMKTD97–William II of Nassau and Orange
RMKCEPA3–Portrait of William II of England (1056-1100) King of England. Dated 12th Century
RMDDNFPC–William II (1626–1650), Prince of Orange.
RM2C765C7–German Emperor William II, known as 'The Kaiser.' Hand-colored woodcut
RMERGP2C–William II, known as William Rufus or William the Red, portrait. King of England from 1087 until 1100. 1056 – 2 August 1100.
RF2P8RP27–The Great Elector Statue given by Emperor William II To Harvard University 1907
RMECM3T2–WILLIAM II of the Netherlands as the Prince of Orange at the timer of the Battle of Waterloo in 1815
RMC973H7–Frederick William II (1744-1797). King of Prussia since 1786. Colored engraving.
RMGG2BR8–William I, William II and the Crown Prince 19th Germany
RF2BDXMBT–Death of William II, King of England, 1100
RMEGD841–William II King of the Netherlands1839 Jan Adam Kruseman 1804-1862 Dutch
RM2HD56GF–William II, Prince of Orange, and his Bride, Mary Stuart by Anthony Van Dyck (1599-1641), oil on canvas, 1641
RMHGF370–The Imperial Reporter - Illustration shows William II, German Emperor, interviewing J. Pierpont Morgan, who is sitting in a chair aboard the 'Corsair'; William II has a long list labeled 'What I want to know' of questions and wishes. 1902
RMB3XRCW–William Rufus, King William II of England, circa 1056 to 1100.
RMDYYNTT–The entry of Emperor William II in Tangier, 1905
RMTWBHXK–William II of the Netherlands wounded at the Battle of Waterloo, print, 1815-1850
RFG55DPT–William II was king of England from 1087 to 1100. He was commonly known as William Rufus or William the Red. On a hunting excursion in August 1100, he was killed by an arrow that pierced his lung. The circumstances are unclear and the king was abandoned by his men. A peasant later found the body, as seen here in this illustration by Edward Dalziel. This drawing accompanied Charles Dickens' account of the tale in his book 'A Child's History of England.'
RMRB7TKY–Ludwig von Siegen, William II of Orange 1644 Mezzotint, Kupferstichkabinett Berlin, Germany.
RMEG72RN–Portrait of William II or William Rufus, (c1056-1100), King of England.
RMEC8723–Portrait of William II, King of the Netherlands. Painted by Jan Adam Kruseman (1804-1862). Dated 1839
RMW2AR7J–King Frederick William II of Prussia, creator of the Iron Cross award.
RFHEWW8H–William II, German Wilhelm II, 25 February 1848 - 2 October 1921, last King of Wuerttemberg, picture from 1895, digital improved
RM2A786D8–emperors Charles I of Austria and William II of Germany, World War I, 1917
RMDNH2R8–William II the Second - wood engraving
RME7449C–Portrait of William II, King of the Netherlands - by Jan Adam Kruseman, 1839
RMF5KT4A–Frederick William II (1744-1797). King of Prussia. Portrait. Engraving. 19th century.
RMGG2FFD–William II of Germany received by Pope Leo XIII May 3, 1903 Italy
RM2ATJ0RK–Portrait of William II, Prince of Orange (1626-1650)
RMEGFBH5–Mary Stuart Princes of Orange as widow of William II 1662 Bartholomeus van der Helst 1613-1670 Dutch Netherlands
RMBB9623–Death of King William II in the New Forest August AD1100
RMEGEFR8–The Kaiser's Goulash - Illustration shows William II, Emperor of Germany, preparing a goulash by adding a plate full of noted figures from the past, such as 'Kant, Goethe, Shakespeare, Moses, Homer, William the Great, and Hammurabi' to a large pot labeled 'Progressive Revelation'; the spirit of Robert Ingersoll stands next to the pot, asking why he has been excluded from the mix. Political Cartoon 1903
RMD2R9EF–Frederick William II, 1744 –1797. King of Prussia and Prince-Elector of Brandenburg.
RMDYYNTW–The entry of Emperor William II in Tangier, 1905
RMTWBHRF–King William II of the Netherlands (1792-1849), portrait painting, 1849
RMW469BY–The Imperial Shield, Peterhof Park (Saint Petersburg, Russia) decorated in honor of Emperor William II of Germany. 1897.
RFFXX6HK–COSTUME: A Woman of reign William II 1087-1100, vintage print 1926
RMHDN08F–Antique 1786 engraving, King William II. William II (c. 1056-1100), the third son of William I of England, was King of England from 1087 until 1100. William is commonly known as William Rufus or William the Red, perhaps because of his red-faced appearance. SOURCE: ORIGINAL ENGRAVING.
RMF7N6HG–William II, (1056-1100) the third son of William I of England, was King of England from 1087 till 1100
RMW1XTT0–The Rufus Stone, New Forest, England, seen here in the 19th century. This stone is said to mark the spot where William II fell. From English Pictures, published 1890.
RMTRD45N–William II., surnamed Rufus, Illustration from John Cassell's Illustrated History of England, Vol. I from the earliest period to the reign of Edward the Fourth, Cassell, Petter and Galpin, 1857
RF2BTDBAJ–William II., Wilhelm Karl Paul Heinrich Friedrich,February 25, 1848 - 2 October 1921, from 1891 to 1918, the fourth and last king in the Kingdom of Wuerttemberg / Wilhelm II, Wilhelm Karl Paul Heinrich Friedrich, 25. Februar 1848 - 2. Oktober 1921, war von 1891 bis 1918 der vierte und letzte Koenig im Koenigreich Wuerttemberg, Historisch, historical, digital improved reproduction of an original from the 19th century / digitale Reproduktion einer Originalvorlage aus dem 19. Jahrhundert,
RME1P7GA–William II was the last German emperor and king of Prussia. He ruled from 1888 to 1918.
RME74AFJ–The inauguration of King William II in the Nieuwe Kerk in Amsterdam, November 28, 1840 - by Nicholas Pieneman, 1840-1845
RMF63G2D–Frederick William II (1744-1797). King of Prussia. Portrait. Engraving. 19th century. Colored.
RMR23JBB–William II, (1056-1100) the third son of William I of England, was King of England from 1087 till 1100
RF2NH6FHF–1914-1918. World War I. The German Emperor William II and his brother Henry of Prussia studying a map during a troop visit.
RMGDAN2Y–King Frederick William II. Of Prussia (1744-1797) Germany in front of Frankfurt during the first coalition war against France
RMPEJP82–Germany Berlin The Brandenburg Gate Brandenburger Tor is an 18th-century neoclassical monument built on the orders of Prussian king Frederick William II also once known as the Victory Arch 1920s this photo taken in 1928
RMGE74K3–The Rufus Stone, Winchester, England, which marks the spot where King William II allegedly was killed by an arrow. Rufus Stone, New Forest, Winchester, England circa 1900
RMM1C2DH–Frederick William II, 1744 – 1797. King of Prussia and Prince-elector of Brandenburg. From Ward and Lock's Illustrated History of the World, published c.1882.
RMTA2G9K–Bust of Emperor William II by Prof. Fr. Coubillier. Created on behalf of the city of Duesseldorf for its emperor's hall.
RMTWBHWP–William II of the Netherlands at the Battle of Quatre-Bras, 1815, print, circa 1825
RMT953YK–Entitled: ''The reception of William III of Orange at court.'' William III & II (November 4, 1650 - March 8, 1702) was a sovereign Prince of Orange of the House of Orange-Nassau by birth. From 1689 he reigned as William III over England and Ireland. As King of Scotland, he is known as William II. In 1688 he invaded England in an action that ultimately deposed King James II & VII and won him the crowns of England, Scotland and Ireland.
RF2CNG624–William II, Emperor of Germany. Germany 1903 old antique vintage print picture
RMKMDCCD–William II, William Rufus, 1056-1100, reigned 1087-1100
RMD969JX–Frederick William II (1744-1797) King of Prussia from 1786. Nephew of Frederick II, the Great. Stipple engraving c1810.
RM2K5T1RW–A old portrait of King William III (England), King William II (Scotland), King Billy (Ireland). Also known as the Prince of Orange whose victory at the Battle of the Boyne in 1690 is commemorated by Unionists
RMG122WG–William II, William Rufus, William the Red, 1056-1100, King of England
RM2GH5JHE–A portrait of William II (William Rufus) who was King of England from 1087 until 1100
RMCC8YME–The photo shows Kaiser Wilhelm (William) II of Germany, who was the grandson of Queen Victoria of England, during World War I.
RMT0E80R–The 'tall ship' William II sails along the north east coast near Whitley Bay in Tyne and Wear after it set off from Blyth in Northumberland on a voyage round the coastline of Great Britain calling at 10 ports en route and changing crews at each stage.
RMDRHNFA–Jan Adam Kruseman (1804-1862). Dutch painter. Portrait of William II, King of the Netherlands, 1839.
RMP68Y8T–Portrait of Mary, Princess Royal (1631-1660) Princess of Orange and Countess of Nassau as the wife of Prince William II. Dated 17th Century
RF2NH6FJE–1914-1918. World War I. A royal visit to the German headquarters in Spa. On the left you see King Frederick August III of Saxony in conversation with Emperor William II.
RMFNW7CR–Mary Stuart Princess Royal (Mary Henrietta 1631 – 1660 England English and William II 1626 – 1650 Dutch Prince of Orange and stadtholder of the United Provinces of the Netherlands
RMMP9Y7P–A portrait William II (1056–1100), the third son of William the Conqueror, was King of England from 1087 until 1100, with powers over Normandy, and influence in Scotland. He was less successful in extending control into Wales. William is commonly known as William Rufus (Rufus being Latin for 'the Red'), perhaps because of his red-faced appearance or, more likely, due to having red hair as a child that grew out in later life. He died after being struck by an arrow, apparently fired by one of his own menwhile hunting on 2 August 1100 in the New Forest.
RMEGNH26–A puzzled Kaiser - William II, the German Emperor, wearing a robe and large sword, holding a crown and a scepter, and looking puzzled over why these symbols of authority no longer command the respect he thinks they deserve. Political cartoon 1895
RMBY14H2–William II, Prince of Orange, 1626 to 1650. From Geschiedenis van Nederland, published 1936.
RMDYYNTX–Emperor William II promotes Prince Eitel Friedrich, in the background a Moroccan delegation, 1911
RMTWBHRW–King William II of the Netherlands (1792-1849), portrait painting detail, 1849
RMT953YX–Entitled: ''William of Orange, and Mary, his English wife are presented with the crown. William III & II (November 4, 1650 - March 8, 1702) was a sovereign Prince of Orange of the House of Orange-Nassau by birth. From 1689 he reigned as William III over England and Ireland. As King of Scotland, he is known as William II. In 1688 he invaded England in an action that ultimately deposed King James II & VII and won him the crowns of England, Scotland and Ireland.
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