War, battles, political, fights and violence

By Cézanne - Allegory of the First Republic during the French Revolution

By Cézanne – Allegory of the First Republic during the French Revolution

By Da Vinci - Warriors during a battle

By Da Vinci – Warriors during a battle

By Laborde, Chas - An street scene in Spain under the ruling of dictator Francisco Franco

By Laborde, Chas – An street scene in Spain under the ruling of dictator Francisco Franco

By Goya - Battle with daggers and hammers

By Goya – Battle with daggers and hammers

By Steinlen, T.A. - A manifestation of workers demanding their rights

By Steinlen, T.A. – A manifestation of workers demanding their rights

By Luyken, Jan - The beheaded Duke of Montmorency in a public square in Toulouse

By Luyken, Jan – The beheaded Duke of Montmorency in a public square in Toulouse

By Groux, Henri de - Soldiers with bayonets during the Battle of Verdun (World War One. The Great War)

By Groux, Henri de – Soldiers with bayonets during the Battle of Verdun (World War One. The Great War)

By Grosz, George - The murder of prisoners

By Grosz, George – The murder of prisoners

By Dürer - Irish soldiers

By Dürer – Irish soldiers

By Beltrame, Achille - Untitled

By Beltrame, Achille – Untitled

By Rosa, Salvator - Sketch of armed figures with ancient style

By Rosa, Salvator – Sketch of armed figures with ancient style

By Giani, Felice - A blind warrior after a battle

By Giani, Felice – A blind warrior after a battle

By Lucas, Eugenio - Some people into a jail

By Lucas, Eugenio – Some people into a jail

By Zille, Heinrich - A guard of the army

By Zille, Heinrich – A guard of the army

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5 responses to “War, battles, political, fights and violence

  1. very beautiful post…regarding hot issues of our world..so actual…unfortunately wars cannot stop 😦 i wish for easter every people can do something good, and i pray for Bruxelles, Paris, Africa..and so on..
    have a good easter, my dear
    daniela
    infusodiriso

  2. A wonderful variety of scenes, reminding us of many wars of past times, as well as the horrors related to them. Mankind never seems to learn from past mistakes. Lovely post.

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