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King George V Photo Gallery

Photographs of the King of Great Britain and Ireland and Emperor of India, Who Struggled Earnestly to Prevent the War, but When Germany Attacked Belgium Sent the British Empire's Mighty Forces to Stop the Germans.

King George V of England Decorating Men of the 33rd Division, 12 August 1918.

King George V of England Decorating Men of the 33rd Division, 12 August 1918. American Armies and Battlefields, WW1, 1938. GGA Image ID # 18594f2f99

Portrait Photograph of George V, King of Great Britain and Ireland, and Emperor of India.

Portrait Photograph of George V, King of Great Britain and Ireland, and Emperor of India. Collier's Photographic History of the European War, 1916. GGA Image ID # 18955f367d

Confident Leaders of the Allies

Confident Leaders of the Allies from Left to Right. General Joffe, President Poincare. King George V, General Foch. Hero of the Marne and Leader of the French Forces in the Battle of the Somme, and General Sir Douglas Haig, Commanding the British Forces in France. Photograph © American Press Association. Collier's Photographic History of the European War, 1916. GGA Image ID # 189594711a

Three Generations of the Royal House of England.

Three Generations of the Royal House of England. King Edward VII and His Son, the Present George V, and His Grandson, the Present Prince of Wales. King Edward in His Later Years Took an Active Part in International Politics, and It Was He Who Brought About the Rapprochement With France Which Led to the Triple Entente. Photograph © Underwood & Underwood. Harper's Pictorial Library of the World War, Volume 2, 1920. GGA Image ID # 18c17a4ab9

The American Fleet in British Waters. Rear-Admiral Hugh Rodman, who commanded the American Fleet that operated with the British Grand Fleet, is welcoming King George aboard the battleship New York. The King is followed by Admiral Sir David Beatty. Harper's Pictorial, Vol. 4, 1920. GGA Image ID #

King George and Admiral Beatty.

King George and Admiral Beatty. the Head of the British Empire and the Sailor on Whom the Safety of That Empire Chiefly De- Pended. When It Comes to Fighting, in Small Things and in Great, Beatty Has an Instinct for the Right Stroke at the Right Moment, Which in War Is beyond Price. Photo by Hunter. Harper's Pictorial, Vol. 4, 1920. GGA Image ID # 189d97126a

King George Visits an American Battleship. In the Photograph, King George Is Inspecting One of the Guns Mounted on the Ship’s Deck to Repel Submarine Attacks.

King George Visits an American Battleship. In the Photograph, King George Is Inspecting One of the Guns Mounted on the Ship’s Deck to Repel Submarine Attacks. Photograph © Central News. Harper's Pictorial, Vol. 4, 1920. GGA Image ID # 189eadfc54

King George Decorating an American Soldier.

King George Decorating an American Soldier. Harper's Pictorial Library of the World War, Volume 5, 1920. GGA Image ID # 19065d990c

On July 4, 1917, American Sailors in England Played a Game of Baseball at Chelsea.

On July 4, 1917, American Sailors in England Played a Game of Baseball at Chelsea. King George Was the First British Sovereign to Attend a Ball Game; Such an Act Heretofore Was Called an Act of Rebellion, but the War Has Made Nearly Every One More Democratic. Admiral Sims Is Introducing King George to the Captain of the American Army Team. Photograph © Western Newspaper Union. Harper's Pictorial Library of the World War, Volume 11, 1920. GGA Image ID # 18c6e6c814

King George on an Inspection Tour of British Industries.

King George on an Inspection Tour of British Industries. Great Britain's Monarch and Some of His British Officers Are Examining the New Masks for Horses. Photograph © International Film Service. Harper's Pictorial Library of the World War, Volume 11, 1920. GGA Image ID # 18ca1f9c71

King George (Far Left) Inspects a Trench Won from the Germans.

King George (Far Left) Inspects a Trench Won from the Germans. History of the World War, Volume 1, 1917. GGA Image ID # 18befc1b02

King George V inspecting American ship at Liverpool, 1917.

King George V inspecting American ship at Liverpool, 1917. Photograph shows American sailors saluting King George V of Great Britain during his visit to their troop transport ship the U.S.S. Finland, docked at Liverpool, England. Photograph from Bain News Services. Library of Congress LC 2014704814. GGA Image ID # 18776f17ae

US Soldiers Reviewed by King George V.

US Soldiers Reviewed by King George V. Photograph Shows American Soldiers Being Reviewed by George V (1865- 1936) during World War I. Photograph by Bain News Service, ca 1918. Library of Congress LC 2014707534. GGA Image ID # 1879d1b9c5

King George V of England (Center Foreground, with Beard) Inspecting the American Troop Transport Finland's Armament at Liverpool during World War I.

King George V of England (Center Foreground, with Beard) Inspecting the American Troop Transport Finland's Armament at Liverpool during World War I. Standing by the King's Left Shoulder Is Lieutenant-Commander Stanton L. H. Hazard, USN, Who Commanded the Navy Gun Crews Onboard the Ship. The Gun at Left Appears to Be a 4/40. the USS Finland Was an Army Chartered Transport in 1917. Official US Navy Photograph, NH 53907. GGA Image ID # 190c916454

King George Salutes the Stars and Stripes When United States Soldiers March Through London.

King George Salutes the Stars and Stripes When United States Soldiers March Through London. Pictorial History of the World's Greatest War, 1919. GGA Image ID # 1910f66f59

King George V. Descending into a British Submarine While on His Recent Visit to the "Grand Fleet."

King George V. Descending into a British Submarine While on His Recent Visit to the "Grand Fleet." Photo © International Film Service. New York Times, 29 July 1917. GGA Image ID # 1953b340c2

King George V. and Queen Mary, on Their Recent Trip through the West of England

King George V. and Queen Mary, on Their Recent Trip through the West of England, Chatting with Girl Munition Worker in a Plant at Bath. © Underwood & Underwood. New York Times, 9 December 1917. GGA Image ID # 1953daa4e7

King George V. and Queen Mary of Great Britain Making a Surprise Visit to One of the London Council Schools

King George V. and Queen Mary of Great Britain Making a Surprise Visit to One of the London Council Schools in Winchester Street, Pentonville Road, London. The Children Receiving the Royal Visitors with Entusiasm. Photo © Central News Service. New York Times 17 March 1918. GGA Image ID # 19540df78a

King George V. of Great Britain Greeting Lieutenant Mims, Captain of an American Army Baseball Team

King George V. of Great Britain Greeting Lieutenant Mims, Captain of an American Army Baseball Team at a Recent London Game between Picked Army and Navy Teams. Vice Admiral Sims, U. S. N., Is Standing By. Photo © Central News Service. New York Times, 11 August 1918. GGA Image ID # 195487c0e8

King George V., on the Deck of Admiral Beatty’s Flagship, Bestowing the K. C. B. upon Admiral Hugh Rodman

King George V., on the Deck of Admiral Beatty’s Flagship, Bestowing the K. C. B. upon Admiral Hugh Rodman, U. S. N. Commander of the American Battleship Fleet in European Waters. Photo © Underwood & Underwood. New York Times, 15 September 1918. GGA Image ID # 1956283e36

George V., King of England and Emperor of India.

George V., King of England and Emperor of India. Acceded to the Throne May 6, 1910. The War of the Nations, New York Times, 1919. GGA Image ID # 1957556ffd

King George V. of England and His Mother, the Dowager Queen Alexandra, Watching the Young Soldiers of America

King George V. of England and His Mother, the Dowager Queen Alexandra, Watching the Young Soldiers of America as They Marched past Buckingham Palace, London, England. Photograph © American Press Association. The War of the Nations, New York Times, 1919. GGA Image ID # 195a880be1

Kitchener's Army, Gathered by the Indefatigable Efforts of the Secretary for War Being Inspected by King George

Kitchener's Army, Gathered by the Indefatigable Efforts of the Secretary for War Being Inspected by King George before Being Sent across the Channel to the Firing Line. Photograph © Sport and General Press Agency. The War of the Nations, New York Times, 1919. GGA Image ID # 195b466b5d

King and People Alike Rejoiced in London over Signing of Armistice.

King and People Alike Rejoiced in London over Signing of Armistice. Vast Throngs Gathered before Buckingham Palace in London Nov. 11 and Cheered the King When He Appeared on the Balcony. Photograph © Western Newspaper Union. The War of the Nations, New York Times, 1919. GGA Image ID # 1960361674

U. S. Admiral Rodman, Accompanied by Admiral Sims, Extending a Cordial Greeting to King George of England

U. S. Admiral Rodman, Accompanied by Admiral Sims, Extending a Cordial Greeting to King George of England as the Latter Came on Board the New York, the Flagship of the American Dreadnought Squadron. Photograph © Underwood & Underwood. The War of the Nations, New York Times, 1919. GGA Image ID # 1960981f9c

The President and Mrs. Wilson in Buckingham Palace, London, Photographed in Company of King George, Queen Mary and Their Daughter

Great Welcome Extended to President in England. The President and Mrs. Wilson in Buckingham Palace, London, Photographed in Company of King George, Queen Mary and Their Daughter, Princess Mary Photograph © Central News Service. The War of the Nations, New York Times, 1919. GGA Image ID # 1961a9379e

A Remarkable Group of British and French Leaders Photographed on the British Front in 1918.

A Remarkable Group of British and French Leaders Photographed on the British Front in 1918. King George Is in the Center. To the Left of King George Are Marshal Foch, General Debeney, and General Rawlinson. At the Right of King George Are Field Marshal Haig, General Pétain, and General Fayolle. British Official Photo. The Story of the Great War, Volume 14, 1919. GGA Image ID # 192e5a9270

King George on a visit to the Western Front with Marshal Foch, General Pétain, Field Marshal Sir Douglas Haig, and General Sir Henry Rawlinson and Their Staffs.

King George on a visit to the Western Front with Marshal Foch, General Pétain, Field Marshal Sir Douglas Haig, and General Sir Henry Rawlinson and Their Staffs. The United States in The Great War, 1919. GGA Image ID # 19369d78a6

On Board the Battleship USS New York at the Surrender of the German High Seas Fleet.

On Board the Battleship USS New York at the Surrender of the German High Seas Fleet. King George Does Not Seem Depressed by the Event. Left to Right: Admiral Sir David Beatty, Admiral Rodman, King George, the Prince of Wales, and Admiral Sims. Photograph © Underwood & Underwood. The United States in The Great War, 1919. GGA Image ID # 193cb2a496

British and American Sea Leaders.

British and American Sea Leaders. Left to Right: Admiral Beatty, Rear-admiral Rodman, the King of England, the Prince of Wales, and Admiral Sims. With Britain Still the First Naval Power and America Now the Second. President Wilson’s "overwhelming Concert of Power" for a League of Nations Has a Solid Nucleus so Far as the Seas Are Concerned. Photograph © International Film Service. The World's Work Magazine, February 1919. GGA Image ID # 193ec3b534

Admiral Beatty and King George.

Admiral Beatty and King George. The Head of the British Empire and the One Man on Whom the Safety of That Empire Chiefly Depended. “ When It Comes to Fighting, in Small Things and Great, Beatty Has an Instinct for the Right Stroke at the Right Moment, Which in War Is beyond Price.” The World's Work Magazine, February 1919. GGA Image ID # 193ed2504f

King George, a Guest on the USS New York.

King George, a Guest on the USS New York. His Majesty (with His Back Turned) Is Discussing Matters with Admiral Rodman, and Whose Battle Squadron so Strengthened the British Fleet as to Make Absolutely Impregnable Its Control of the Sea. The World's Work Magazine, February 1919. GGA Image ID # 193edb6f85

Ready to Welcome King George.

Ready to Welcome King George. Officers and Sailors on the USS New York, Standing at Attention for the Royal Visit. The World's Work Magazine, February 1919. GGA Image ID # 193f232bee

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