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Angers Cathedral taken May 2001 in Angers France, using a cannon 1000d digital camera shot in part cloudy bright conditions to bring out out the best of the background. Shot in raw file can be processed into JPG TIFF PSD files.
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Vintage engraving print depicting the Battle of Lexington on April 19 1775 - the first military engagement of the American Revolution. It depicts a line of "minutemen" in the foreground exchanging fire with oncoming British troops. The battle was a skirmish between regular British soldiers and approximately 77 local minutemen under the command of Captain John Parker at Lexington, a town in Middlesex County, Massachusetts. Several hundred redcoats were on their way from Boston to seize colonists' military stores in the nearby town of Concord when the confrontation occurred. The minutemen militia - so-called because they were "ready at a minute's notice" to repel attackers - confronted them on the green. It remains unclear who fired the first shot but an exchange of gunfire broke out which left eight colonists dead or dying. The British moved on to Concord, where the stores had been removed by the colonists, and another firefight ensued with a larger force of colonists. The soldiers withdrew and made their way back to Boston - continually harried by local militia firing from behind barns, trees and walls. The historic skirmishes claimed the lives of 273 British soldiers and 95 colonists. Print circa 1903 by John H Daniels & Son.
Remains of the village of Douaumont near Verdun, Meuse, France, Europe, destroyed by French forces during the World War I Battle of Verdun on 12.6.1916, to prevent the German Army from occupying it. The rolling undulations in the field are man-made shell craters left over from the 60 million shells fired in the battle.
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