On 22 March 2003, a German cargo ship was wrecked at Land’s End Cornwall. The chief officer fell unconscious while on watch. Later that year the ship was broken in two pieces due to bad weather. I took this photo in November 2017 and this is what left of the R M S Mulheim.
A stained glass window in Boxgrove Priory, Near Chichester West Sussex. Remember Before God. Pilot Officer R A F William Meade Lindsley Fiske 111. 1911-1940 An American Citizen Killed while flying in combat in the Battle Of Britain. Billy was born 4 June 1911 Brooklyn New York, the son of a wealthy banking family. Joined the R A F in 1939 and was station at Tangmere 601 Squadron on the South Coast. Pilot Officer William Meade Lindsley Fiske 111 was the first American serviceman to die in World War 11.
Loxwood joust, Duke of Buckingham on the Battle field praying to god after the battle was over and the capture of Jack Cade. The air is pierced by the screech of battle cry and the clashing of sword upon sword. Jack Cade and his men from West Sussex vs The Duke of Buckingham and the soldiers of the crown Henry v1 1435
In Tennyson’s poem, the eponymous lady is cursed for gazing directly upon Sir Lancelot. She floats downstream to her death. A painting by John William Waterhouse.