Tony Benn at Blackpool Labour Party conference
Tony Benn (Anthony Neil Wedgwood Benn, formerly 2nd Viscount Stansgate, b 1925), Labour politician, former Cabinet Minister and currently President of the Stop the War Coalition. Seen here on 3rd October 1990 when he was wanting to speak at the Blackpool conference, on an emergency resolution about the Gulf, but was not called by the chair of the session.
© Mary Evans / Marx Memorial Library
Display of Pralines
'A Display of Dainty Types of Pralines' - nuts browned in sugar, named after Marechal de Plessis-Pralin (1598-1675) whose cook invented them. 15 kinds are shown here. Date: circa 1930
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CALLOT, Jacques (1592-1635). Henry of Bourbon in
CALLOT, Jacques (1592-1635). Henry of Bourbon in the siege of Paris of 1594 during the Eighth War of Religion or 'War of the three Henrys' (1585-1598). After the recognition as King Henry IV on the condition that it became to Catholicism, Paris opened its doors in March 1594. Engraving.
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