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Browse through a selection of exclusive prints, framed prints and canvas prints brought to you by English Heritage. You will find images illustrating the historic landscapes, architecture and heritage of England and its regions, as well as the rich legacy of fine art, reconstruction graphics and historic photography in our care.


Bicentenary of the Peninsular War 1808-1814

The Peninsular War from 1808-1814 formed a key theater in the Napoleonic Wars. The British and Portuguese armies under Sir Arthur Wellesley (later first Duke of Wellington) defended Portugal, helped to liberate Spain from French rule under Joseph Bonaparte, and ultimately invaded southern France.  For both the Portuguese and the Spanish this was a War of Independence. 

For more information about the bicentenary of the Peninsular War (1808-14 to 2008-14) please go to:http://peninsularwar200.org/, which outlines the History of the Peninsular War and Chronology, as well as Events taking place relating to the bicentennial.

We have the following galleries related to this subject:

General Peninsular War 200 gallery with memorabilia from the Wellington Collection at Apsley House and the Wellington Museum at Walmer Castle: http://www.englishheritageprints.com/peninsular_war_200/photo/59276.html

Plates depicting many of the battles and battlefields from the Wellington Collection at Apsley House: http://www.englishheritageprints.com/peninsular_war_battlefields/photo/60535.html

Also of interest, the Waterloo 200 Collections:  http://www.englishheritageprints.com/waterloo_200_collections/photo/59264.html

 

 

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