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Earliest known shipyard plan of Rickmers shipyard, Bremerhaven, Germany, 1847Shipyard modernization plan of Rickmers shipyard, Bremerhaven, Germany, drawn in 1860Shipyard modernization plan of Rickmers shipyard, Bremerhaven, Germany, drawn in 1862; note five longitudinal slips planned and without the horizontal slipFuzhou Arsenal under construction, Fujian Province, China, 1867-1871
Earliest known shipyard plan of Rickmers shipyard, Bremerhaven, Germany, 1847Shipyard modernization plan of Rickmers shipyard, Bremerhaven, Germany, drawn in 1860Shipyard modernization plan of Rickmers shipyard, Bremerhaven, Germany, drawn in 1862; note five longitudinal slips planned and without the horizontal slipFuzhou Arsenal under construction, Fujian Province, China, 1867-1871
Drawing of the new dock at Grand Harbour, Malta as seen in the 24 Oct 1867 issue of publication Illustrated London NewsPortrait of Winston Churchill taken in Dublin, Ireland, 1881Young Winston Churchill, 1884Blohm und Voss shipyard construction list, yard numbers 24 through 46, 1883-1886
Drawing of the new dock at Grand Harbour, Malta as seen in the 24 Oct 1867 issue of publication Illustrated London NewsPortrait of Winston Churchill taken in Dublin, Ireland, 1881Young Winston Churchill, 1884Blohm und Voss shipyard construction list, yard numbers 24 through 46, 1883-1886
Bremer Vulkan shipyard drawing, circa 1886Antanas Ričardas Druvė (left) and Carl Mannerheim (right) at the Nicholas Cavalry School, Saint Petersburg, Russia, 1887-1889Blohm und Voss shipyard construction list, yard numbers 47 through 66, 1886-1889Winston Churchill as a reporter for the Morning Post newspaper during the Boer War, 1899
Bremer Vulkan shipyard drawing, circa 1886Antanas Ričardas Druvė (left) and Carl Mannerheim (right) at the Nicholas Cavalry School, Saint Petersburg, Russia, 1887-1889Blohm und Voss shipyard construction list, yard numbers 47 through 66, 1886-1889Winston Churchill as a reporter for the Morning Post newspaper during the Boer War, 1899
Interior of Chigusa room, Imperial Palace, Tokyo, Japan, late 1800sInterior of Higashidamari room, Imperial Palace, Tokyo, Japan, late 1800sInterior of Houmei room, Imperial Palace, Tokyo, Japan, late 1800sInterior of Kiri room, Imperial Palace, Tokyo, Japan, late 1800s
Interior of Chigusa room, Imperial Palace, Tokyo, Japan, late 1800sInterior of Higashidamari room, Imperial Palace, Tokyo, Japan, late 1800sInterior of Houmei room, Imperial Palace, Tokyo, Japan, late 1800sInterior of Kiri room, Imperial Palace, Tokyo, Japan, late 1800s
Interior of Nishidamari room, Imperial Palace, Tokyo, Japan, late 1800sInterior of Throne Hall, Imperial Palace, Tokyo, Japan, late 1800sPortrait of Shigeru Yoshida, circa 1888-1890Prince Akira of Yamashina (center) with Earl Kakyo Kiyosu of Higashifushimi, Prince Sadanaru of Higashifushimi, Prince Akihito of Komatsu, Prince Kotohito of Kanin and their wives, circa 1890
Interior of Nishidamari room, Imperial Palace, Tokyo, Japan, late 1800sInterior of Throne Hall, Imperial Palace, Tokyo, Japan, late 1800sPortrait of Shigeru Yoshida, circa 1888-1890Prince Akira of Yamashina (center) with Earl Kakyo Kiyosu of Higashifushimi, Prince Sadanaru of Higashifushimi, Prince Akihito of Komatsu, Prince Kotohito of Kanin and their wives, circa 1890

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