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Vladimir Ilich Lenin, Russian Bolshevik leader, 1 May 1920. Artist: Anon
Bodies laid out after being machine-gunned, Barcelona, Spain, Spanish Civil War, c1936-c1939.
'Henry IV and his children', c1833 Artist: Edouard Schuler
Josephine Baker, entertainer and singer, 1959.
Josephine Baker, American-born entertainer and singer, 1928.
Josephine Baker, French singer and dancer, performing at L'Olympia, Paris, c1955-1975.
Josephine Baker, French singer and dancer, performing at L'Olympia, Paris, c1955-1975.
Josephine Baker, French singer and dancer, with Princess Grace of Monaco, c1965-1975.
Josephine Baker, entertainer and singer, c1960s.
Josephine Baker, American-born entertainer and singer, c1932.
Josephine Baker, American-born entertainer and singer, c1932.
'Expelling the civil residents of Louvain, Brussels', 1914.
'The Peril of the Queen Henrietta Maria', 19th century. Artist: P Lightfoot
Elizabeth, wife of Oliver Cromwell, (1820).Artist: W Bond
Alice Bridgenorth, a character in Walter Scott's novel Peveril of the Peak, 1833.
Alice Bridgenorth, a character in Walter Scott's novel Peveril of the Peak, 19th century.
Mrs Claypole (Elizabeth Cromwell), second daughter of Oliver Cromwell, 17th century, (1899).
Mary Cromwell, Countess Fauconberg, third daughter of Oliver Cromwell, 17th century, (1899).
Bridget Fleetwood, eldest daughter of Oliver Cromwell, 17th century, (1899).
Elizabeth Steward, mother of Oliver Cromwell, 17th century, (1899).
Mary Cromwell, Countess Fauconberg, third daughter of Oliver Cromwell, 17th century, (1899).
Mrs Claypole (Elizabeth Cromwell), second daughter of Oliver Cromwell, 17th century, (1899).
Elizabeth Cromwell, mother of Oliver Cromwell, and his daughters, Mary, Elizabeth and Bridget, 1899.
Bridget Cromwell, eldest daughter of Oliver Cromwell, 17th century, (1899).
Mary Cromwell, Countess Fauconberg, third daughter of Oliver Cromwell, 17th century, (1899).
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