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Images Dated 2017

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Choose from 530 pictures in our Images Dated 2017 collection for your Wall Art or Photo Gift. Popular choices include Framed Prints, Canvas Prints, Posters and Jigsaw Puzzles. All professionally made for quick delivery. We are proud to offer this selection in partnership with Agence France-Presse (AFP).


Sir Winston Churchill V Sign Featured 2017 Print

Sir Winston Churchill V Sign

British Premier Sir Winston Churchill flashes to the crowd outside 10 Downing Street his famous V-sign signifying "Victory" when he returned to London in 1943 from one of his trips to Washington. N/B B/W / AFP PHOTO

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Hat, Portrait, Prime Minister, Vertical, Victory Sign

Marilyn Monroe and Arthur Miller leaving the Lennox Hill Hospital New York Featured 2017 Print

Marilyn Monroe and Arthur Miller leaving the Lennox Hill Hospital New York

A file picture taken on 29 June 1959 shows US actress Marilyn Monroe (C) and her husband US playwright Arthur Miller (L) leaving the Lennox Hill Hospital in New York. Monroe's unpublished writings will be published in France and in around ten countries next October, according to French publishing house Le Seuil on August 5, 2010. AFP PHOTO / AFP PHOTO / AFP FILES

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Marshall Plan Convention 1948 Featured 2017 Print

Marshall Plan Convention 1948

US Secretary of State George C. Marshall (L, 1880-1959) is pictured during a reception at London US embassy on November 02, 1948 with (L to R) Mrs Churchill, wife of US Ambassador in Great Britain Mrs Lewis Douglas, Mrs James Douglas, US Ambassador in Great Britain Lewis Douglas, Miss Sharman Douglas, James Douglas, Mrs George Marshall and former British Prime Minister Sir Winston Churchill.
After the conference in Moscow with British, French, and Soviet counterparts in March-April 1947, US Secretary of State George C. Marshall had observed the growing economic collapse of Europe and the obvious intent of Soviet Russia to benefit from that collapse. He had returned to Washington thinking that the best way to avoid this was to prevent Europe's economic, social, and political deterioration by creating a European program with massive assistance from the United States. One year later, in April 1948, President Truman, a Democratic president, signed the Foreign Assistance Act, passed by a Republican controlled Congress, to establish what became known as the Marshall Plan. / AFP PHOTO / RENE HELIER

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