‘Daily Mail’ historical pictures (exact matches)

Dead body of Nazi SS leader Heinrich Himmler after he committed suicide, Luneburg, Germany, 23 May 1945
Dead body of Nazi SS leader Heinrich Himmler after he committed suicide, Luneburg, Germany, 23 May 1945
Mutiny at Dartmoor Prison, Devon, 24 January 1932
Mutiny at Dartmoor Prison, Devon, 24 January 1932
French aviator Andre Beaumont, winner of the 1911 Paris to Rome and Daily Mail Circuit of Britain air races
French aviator Andre Beaumont, winner of the 1911 Paris to Rome and Daily Mail Circuit of Britain air races
Dancing bear on a suburban street, London, 1900s
Dancing bear on a suburban street, London, 1900s
'Tabloid' first aid kit used on Alcock and Brown's first tra
'Tabloid' first aid kit used on Alcock and Brown's first tra
Wright Flyer, aircraft built by the Wright Brothers which made the first successful aeroplane flight in 1903
Wright Flyer, aircraft built by the Wright Brothers which made the first successful aeroplane flight in 1903
They Made Headlines: First to Fly the Channel
They Made Headlines: First to Fly the Channel
Aerial view of the destruction of the Japanese city of Hiroshima caused by the dropping of the first atomic bomb, …
Aerial view of the destruction of the Japanese city of Hiroshima caused by the dropping of the first atomic bomb, …
French aviator Louis Bleriot making the first flight across the English Channel in a heavier than air aircraft, 1909
French aviator Louis Bleriot making the first flight across the English Channel in a heavier than air aircraft, 1909
Lord Northcliffe
Lord Northcliffe
How News is brought from Ladysmith, Correspondents despatching a Runner
How News is brought from Ladysmith, Correspondents despatching a Runner
Fall of Berlin to the Soviet Red Army, World War II, May 1945
Fall of Berlin to the Soviet Red Army, World War II, May 1945
Allied leaders Winston Churchill, Harry S Truman and Joseph Stalin meeting at the Potsdam Conference to discuss the …
Allied leaders Winston Churchill, Harry S Truman and Joseph Stalin meeting at the Potsdam Conference to discuss the …
Nazi leaders on trial for war crimes at the Nuremberg Trials, Germany, 1945–1946
Nazi leaders on trial for war crimes at the Nuremberg Trials, Germany, 1945–1946
British Field Marshal Bernard Montgomery watching the signing of the surrender of German forces in north-west Germany, …
British Field Marshal Bernard Montgomery watching the signing of the surrender of German forces in north-west Germany, …
German soldier surveying Allied prisoners on the beach at Dunkirk, France, World War II, June 1940
German soldier surveying Allied prisoners on the beach at Dunkirk, France, World War II, June 1940
The Power of the Press: First With the News
The Power of the Press: First With the News
General Sir Douglas Haig introducing Sir Pratap Singh to Marshal Joseph Joffre
General Sir Douglas Haig introducing Sir Pratap Singh to Marshal Joseph Joffre
Outing for London workers, 1906
Outing for London workers, 1906
German prisoners being marched along a road after surrendering towards the end of the Second World War, 1945
German prisoners being marched along a road after surrendering towards the end of the Second World War, 1945
US President William McKinley shortly before his assassination at the Pan-American Exposition in Buffalo, New York, …
US President William McKinley shortly before his assassination at the Pan-American Exposition in Buffalo, New York, …
French aviator Louis Bleriot (fourth from left) with the aeroplane in which he made first flight across the English …
French aviator Louis Bleriot (fourth from left) with the aeroplane in which he made first flight across the English …
British Prime Minister Clement Attlee addressing the first session of the General Assembly of the United Nations, …
British Prime Minister Clement Attlee addressing the first session of the General Assembly of the United Nations, …
Scene from The Great Train Robbery, one of the earliest Hollywood Western films, 1903
Scene from The Great Train Robbery, one of the earliest Hollywood Western films, 1903
Mr Edgar Wallace, War-Correspondent of the Daily Mail
Mr Edgar Wallace, War-Correspondent of the Daily Mail
Sir Malcolm Campbell, British racing driver and holder of world speed records on land and water
Sir Malcolm Campbell, British racing driver and holder of world speed records on land and water
News report in the Daily Mail of the first successful aeroplane flight by the Wright Brothers on 17 December 1903
News report in the Daily Mail of the first successful aeroplane flight by the Wright Brothers on 17 December 1903
Sir Harry Lauder, the Scottish entertainer, at a prosthesis stand at a Daily Mail exhibition, Olympia, 1921: one man …
Sir Harry Lauder, the Scottish entertainer, at a prosthesis stand at a Daily Mail exhibition, Olympia, 1921: one man …
Political cartoon
Political cartoon
British Labour Party leader Clement Attlee campaigning on his way to victory in the 1945 UK General Election
British Labour Party leader Clement Attlee campaigning on his way to victory in the 1945 UK General Election
The Daily Mail
The Daily Mail
Further forms of an art that demands the unusual
Further forms of an art that demands the unusual
Alfred Harmsworth, 1st Viscount Northcliffe, British newspaper proprietor who founded the Daily Mail together with his …
Alfred Harmsworth, 1st Viscount Northcliffe, British newspaper proprietor who founded the Daily Mail together with his …
News of Nazi Germany's invasion of Poland, the start of the Second World War, 1 September 1939
News of Nazi Germany's invasion of Poland, the start of the Second World War, 1 September 1939
The "AMB" Festival at the Royal Albert Hall
The "AMB" Festival at the Royal Albert Hall
The Daily Mail Ideal Home Exhibition, Olympia, 1934
The Daily Mail Ideal Home Exhibition, Olympia, 1934
Sub-Editors' Room ("Daily Mail")
Sub-Editors' Room ("Daily Mail")
Harold Harmsworth, 1st Viscount Rothermere, British newspaper proprietor who founded the Daily Mail together with his …
Harold Harmsworth, 1st Viscount Rothermere, British newspaper proprietor who founded the Daily Mail together with his …
French aviator Louis Paulhan, winner of a £10,000 prize offered by the Daily Mail for making the first aeroplane …
French aviator Louis Paulhan, winner of a £10,000 prize offered by the Daily Mail for making the first aeroplane …
Dame Nellie Melba, Songs by wireless
Dame Nellie Melba, Songs by wireless
Bombed ruins of Berlin, Germany, World War II, 1945
Bombed ruins of Berlin, Germany, World War II, 1945
Evacuation of the British Expeditionary Force from Dunkirk, France, World War II, 26 May – 4 June 1940
Evacuation of the British Expeditionary Force from Dunkirk, France, World War II, 26 May – 4 June 1940
The Daily Mail
The Daily Mail
The Prince of Wales
The Prince of Wales
The War in South Africa
The War in South Africa
Children sleeping in hammocks in the London Underground during a German air raid, World War II, 1940–1941
Children sleeping in hammocks in the London Underground during a German air raid, World War II, 1940–1941
Room in Hitler's bunker beneath the garden of the Reich Chancellery in Berlin, where the Nazi leader and his wife Eva …
Room in Hitler's bunker beneath the garden of the Reich Chancellery in Berlin, where the Nazi leader and his wife Eva …
M Bleriot arriving at Dover on Bleriot No XI, 25 July 1909, after Winning the "Daily Mail" Prize of £1,000 for a …
M Bleriot arriving at Dover on Bleriot No XI, 25 July 1909, after Winning the "Daily Mail" Prize of £1,000 for a …