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TAROT CARD: STRENGTH.
'Strength (Force)'. Woodcut, French, 16th century.
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0350518
CARTOON: HAYES, 1878.
'Our Policy Towards the 'Solid South.' Cartoon showing James Blaine and William Maxwell Evarts trying to force a shirt labeled 'Bloody' onto President Rutherford B. Hayes. 'Waving the Bloody Shirt' was a campaign tactic that blamed the South for causing the Civil War. Chromolithograph, American, 1878.
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0129995
WAR OF 1812: LAKE ONTARIO.
Listing of the US Naval force on Lake Ontario, 6 June 1814, sent to President James Madison by the Navy Department.
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0037187
WORLD WAR II: D-DAY, 1944.
'Congratulations from One Who Knows.' Cartoon by David Low, 1944, depicting a Russian soldier congratulating his British and American allies on the success of the invasion of Normandy, France. RESTRICTED OUTSIDE US.
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0233604
ODDITY.
German Empire : Homer (carrier pigeon) of the military communication force of the german Reichsheer - Photographer: Paul Mai - - undated Vintage property of ullstein bild.
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0169106
PRAGUE SPRING, 1968.
Invasion of Czechoslovakia by troops of the Warsaw Pact countries: occupation forces in Prague. Photograph, August 1968.
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0033417
WORLD WAR II: CARTOON.
'Rising Sun at Midway.' American cartoon by. D.R. Fitzpatrick, 1942, on the decisive Allied victory over the Japanese at the Battle of Midway, 3-6 June 1942.
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0355325
CHEYENNE CAPTIVES, 1891.
A band of Cheyenne Native Americans on the way to the Pine Ridge Reservation in South Dakota, under military guard. Engraving, American, 1891.
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0037213
HARRISON CARTOON, 1888.
An 1888 American cartoon suggesting the coercion of workers by their employers to vote for the Republican presidential candidate, Benjamin Harrison.
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0001162
ALEXANDER THE GREAT
(356-323 B.C.). King of Macedonia, 336-323 B.C. Alexander consulting an unwilling Pythia at the oracle of Apollo at Delphi, 336 B.C. Line engraving after a drawing, 1898, by André Castaigne.
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0089291
SANTO DOMINGO, 1965.
U.S. Marines being withdrawn from Santo Domingo. The Marines were replaced by the Inter-American Peace Force, following the Junta revolution in the Dominican Republic. Photographed 26 May 1965.
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0156901
PAUL BARRIL INCULPE OF TRAFIC D'ARMES IN 1986.
The captain of French police force Paul Barril in front of the court trying criminal of Bobigny for arms dealing, on january 31st, 1986. Full credit: AGIP - Rue des Archives / Granger, NYC -- All Rights Reserved. 
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0133642
JOHN JACOB ASTOR IV
(1864-1912). American businessman. Astor and his future wife, Madeleine Force, exiting a building in New York City, 1911.
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0036408
EMPEROR HENRY V, 1111 A.D.
Pope Paschal II crowning the Emperor Henry V under coercion in St. Peter's Cathedral in 1111 A.D. The latter having forced the Pope to concede the right of lay investiture, a concession the Pope later withdrew. German manuscript illumination.
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0133594
MADELEINE FORCE ASTOR
(1893-1940). Second wife and widow of John Jacob Astor IV and survivor of the RMS 'Titanic.' Photograph, c1912.
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0174657
SPIRIT LAKE MASSACRE, 1857.
After being taken prisoner during the Spirit Lake Massacre in northern Iowa, Mrs. Elizabeth Thatcher is drowned in the Big Sioux River in eastern South Dakota by her Santee Sioux captors, April 1857. Wood engraving, American, c1885.
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0166650
WORLD WAR II: U.S. FORCES.
Advertisement by Pontiac and General Motors honoring the men and women in different branches of the armed forces during World War II.
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0129994
WAR OF 1812: US NAVY, 1814.
List of the US Naval force on Lake Champlain, sent by the Navy Department to President James Madison, 6 June 1814.
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0016021
NEW YORK POLICEMEN, 1854.
Uniforms of the New York City police force. Wood engraving from an American newspaper of 1854.
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0074069
FILM: NIGHT WORK, 1930.
Eddie Quillan.
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0183662
WWII: TRAINING, 1942.
Students working on tanks at the Armored Force Replacement Center at Fort Knox, Kentucky. Photograph, 1942.
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0102250
BOSTON TEA PARTY, 1773.
'The Bostonians Paying the Excise Man, or Tarring and Feathering.' English mezzotint satire attributed to Philip Dawe, 1774, on the treatment given to John Malcom, an unpopular Commissioner of Customs at Boston, Massachusetts.
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0047285
OPIUM WAR CARTOON, 1864.
'To the Weak Relation.' Cartoon from an American newspaper of 1864 showing John Bull (England) forcing China to accept opium.
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0093555
FIRST CRUSADE.
Methods of propagating Christianity during First Crusade. 19th century engraving.
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FINE ART.
Allegory of force, detail from the Allegory and effects of good and bad government in town and country, 1337-1343, by Ambrogio Lorenzetti (active 1285-1348), fresco. Hall of Peace, Palazzo Publico, Siena. Full Credit: DEA / G. DAGLI ORTI / Granger, NYC -- All rights reserved.
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0018344
FORCING THE BLACK VOTE.
Southern Democrats forcing black voters to vote the Democratic ticket. Cartoon published in an American magazine just before the presidential election of 1876.
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0015264
WORLD WAR II: DUNKIRK, 1940.
British destroyer gun crew covering Allied troops wading through the surf during the evacuation of Dunkirk, France, during World War II, 28 May-4 June 1940.
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0028511
WORLD WAR II: ALLIED TROOP.
The 1st Allied Airborne Army in Holland, September 1944.
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0095494
CYPRUS: UN FORCES, 1964.
Members of the United Nations peacekeeping force patrols the streets of Nicosia, during the Greek-Turkish conflict, 1964.
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RAZDOLN, FAR EAST REPUBLIC.
Kappel officers pose at their Headquarters in Razdoln. Junius B. Wood.
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0255083
DELPHI, GREECE.
Woman at festival wears Force costume from Prometheus Bound. Maynard Owen Williams.
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0056544
IRISH POTATO FAMINE, 1846.
'Justice to Ireland.' An 1846 cartoon, by John Leech from 'Punch', critical of the Irish Arms (or Coercion) Bill brought in by the Peel Ministry owing to the distressed state of Ireland because of the failure of the potato crop.
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0099320
BUDDHISM: VAJRA.
The vajra, a diamond mace or thunderbolt weapon, a Buddhist symbol signifying divine force. Line engraving.
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0131471
BOSTON TEA PARTY, 1773.
'The able Doctor, or America Swallowing the Bitter Draught.' William Murray, 1st Earl of Mansfield, holding down America while Lord North pours tea down her throat. A pro-America English cartoon reaction to the Boston Port Bill of 1774, passed in response to the Boston Tea Party of 16 December 1773.
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0267491
PRINCE OTTO von BISMARCK
(1815-1898). Prince Otto von Bismarck-Schonhausen. Prussian statesman. Cartoon, 1878, depicting Bismarck force-feeding the Reichstag, depicted as a goose, anti-socialist laws.
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0095458
RHODESIA: SOLDIERS, 1978.
Soldiers of the Rhodesian Security Forces cleaning their weapons at Bindurs forward base camp. Photographed 1978.
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0126722
VIRGINIA LOYALISTS, 1774.
Loyalists are forced to sign the resolutions drawn up by the Williamsburg convention, August 1774. Sons of Liberty armed with clubs are watching them. Contemporary English mezzotint cartoon.
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0092255
LIBYA: MÉHARISTE, 1950.
A member of the French Armée d'Afrique's camel corps called the Méhariste, created to police the Sahara. Photographed in Libya, 1950.
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0089557
ELECTION CARTOON, 1877.
'Compromise - Indeed!' American cartoon by Thomas Nast, January 1877, on the presidential election between Rutherford B. Hayes and Samuel Tilden held the previous November, still contested nearly three months later due to twenty disputed electoral votes.
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0036215
MONTEZUMA II (1480-1520).
Aztec emperor. The Spaniards take Montezuma with them as they enter the Great Palace at Tenochtitlan, 1520. Drawing from the Codex Florentino, c1540, compiled by Bernardino de Sahagun (1499-1590).
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