There is no doubt that the Tapestries at Blenheim Palace at Woodstock in Oxfordshire are the most spectacular propaganda for British Eighteenth Century Clout.
After his campaigns in the Low Countries the Duke of Marlborough commissioned the tapestries from Tapestry Weavers in Brussels to commemorate his successes at the Battles of Blenheim in 1704, Oudenarde in 1708, Malplaquet in 1709 and Donauworth and forcing the Lines of Brabant and the sieges of Bouchain, Wynendael and Lille. They hang in the State Rooms at Blenheim Palace.
Interestingly there is no Tapestry marking the Battle of Ramillies in 1706.
Account of the Battle of Blenheim is at http://www.britishbattles.com/spanish-succession/battle-blenheim.htm
Account of the Battle of Ramillies is at http://www.britishbattles.com/spanish-succession/battle-ramillies.htm
Account of the Battle of Oudenarde is at http://www.britishbattles.com/spanish-succession/battle-oudenarde.htm
Account of the Battle of Malplaquet is at http://www.britishbattles.com/spanish-succession/battle-malplaquet.htm