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fine art print by, ROBERT TAYLOR ,,reach for the sky ,series,
name, ,ASSAULT ON THE CAPITAL, , wall paper,
on the afternoon of the 7th sept 1940,led by HERBERT IHLEFELD,me 109e ,of 11/LG2 dive through the bomber formation giving chase to hurricanes of 242 sqd ,as ju88s of kg30-having unloaded their bombs ,head for home .One ju88 has been hit and,already losing height ,will not return .following behind ,he111,s of kg53 try to formation as they fly through flak,
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Title: The Banner of the Teutonic Order
Here's another Christian wallpaper set!
This is the flag of the Order of Brothers of the German House of Saint Mary in Jerusalem commonly referred to as the Teutonic Order or the Teutonic Knights.
The order was formed to aid Christians on their pilgrimages to the Holy Land and to establish hospitals.
It started serving as a crusading military order in 1192 and remained one until 1929.
Since 1929 it has been a purely religious Catholic order.
Enjoy!
:pray:
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This is not one of my standard wallpapers. It was an adaptation of Piotr Jaworski's work released under the "Creative Commons Share Alike License".
As a remixed Share Alike licensed work, I can only release it with a similar Share Alike license.
So, this piece is released with a "Creative Commons By-NC-SA" that you can read about after clicking the following link: [link]
If you adapt or otherwise remix this deviation, you are required to inform people that you have indeed used my remixed work of Piotr Jaworskis original work.
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Salvete mei Amici,

I have another beautiful Roman Wallpaper for you!

Enjoy!

Valete,
SPQR

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For more information, please view the Roman Wallpaper folder
in my DeviantArt Gallery.
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And I always win...
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Another screenshot i took and edited from Medieval II Total War
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This is the second time submitting, first time it did not show up, hmm I wonder...

Well, Looks simple enough, I had to do a huge amount of research on the equipment of each type of soldier, then get down to create them from my top of my head. Took long enough for such a simple looking peice.
I only chose the super powers during World War II to illustrate, main reason is due to spacing and I am running out of ink...literally.

Each soldier represents a country, in case they are not clear enough to be recognized:
from left to right ---> Japanese storm trooper, German paratrooper, American paratrooper, British SAS(Hitler's most feared commando unit), Russian conscript.
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The Honourable East India Company, originally known as the Governor and Company of Merchants of London trading into the East Indies, was an English (and British from 1707) joint-stock company formed by a royal charter of Queen Elizabeth I in 1600. The Company came to rule vast swathes of India starting in 1757, with its own private armies and administrative powers over which the British government had only indirect control. A century later, the British Crown assumed direct control of India as a result of the Indian Rebellion (1857) and the subsequent Government of India Act (1858). The company was formally abolished in 1874, its administration and armies having been absorbed into the British Empire and the government of British India.

The Company’s flag originally consisted of a varying number (usually thirteen) of alternating red and white stripes with the red cross of Saint George featured in the canton, representing England. The creation of Great Britain in 1707 saw the original Union Flag appearing in the canton, which was in turn replaced by the modern design following the Acts of Union in 1801.

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This was scanned from Trafalgar 1805 [link] I edited the colour a little bit.

I did not draw this! I appreciate the faves and all, I just don't want to take credit for this fantastic piece of art.
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The Poor Fellow-Soldiers of Christ and of the Temple of Solomon (Latin: Pauperes commilitones Christi Templique Salomonici), also known as the Order of the Temple and Knights Templar, was a Latin Christian military order. Closely tied to the Crusades, the Order was granted a papal charter in the early twelfth century. It constituted some of the fiercest fighting units in the Crusader armies, built fortifications, regulated vast European finances and protected Christian pilgrims in the Holy Land. The Order largely lost its raison d’être following the end of the Crusades and was ultimately destroyed by the schemes of the French King Philip IV, who was heavily in debt to the Order. From 1307, many of the Order’s members were arrested on largely false accusations, tortured and burned at the stake. Philip IV then bullied Pope Clement V into disbanding the Order in 1312. The Order’s importance, history and abrupt destruction have kept the Templar name alive and well into the present era and is the subject of many tales and legends.

One of the banners used by the Knights Templar displayed a red cross on a white field, which was also incorporated in the personal arms of its noble members.

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