Robert E Lee
General Robert E Lee b 1807 - d
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All our postcards are at least 50 years old !
Changing the sentries outside
Buckingham Palace.
Some old postcards depicting people, places and events with a military connection. See also our World
War 1 page.
British Army 1626
British Army 1751
The 1st Royal Dragoons in the reign of Charles I.
The 3rd Hussars in the reign of George II.
Battle of Blenheim
Band of the Life Guards
The Battle of Blenheim, 13 August 1704.
The Band of the Life Guards.
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The Battle of Busaco, 1810.
Admiral Togo "The Nelson of
Waterloo 1815.
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