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Callaghan Collection

Background imageCallaghan Collection: Jim Callaghan / Labour Pm

Jim Callaghan / Labour Pm
JAMES CALLAGHAN LORD CALLAGHAN of CARDIFF Labour Party leader and British Prime Minister (1976-79)

Background imageCallaghan Collection: Prime Ministers of Great Britain

Prime Ministers of Great Britain
Winston Churchill, James Callaghan, John Major, Harold Macmillan, Tony Blair, Harold Wilson, Alec Douglas Hume, Gordon Brown, Ted Heath, Margaret Thatcher - Prime Ministers of Great Britain

Background imageCallaghan Collection: Illustrated London News 1979, Thatcher and Callaghan

Illustrated London News 1979, Thatcher and Callaghan
Front cover of the Illustrated London News, May 1979 featuring portraits of James Callaghan, Labour leader and incumbent Prime Minister and Tory Party Leader, Margaret Thatcher

Background imageCallaghan Collection: H. M. S. Iron Duke

H. M. S. Iron Duke
Photograph of Iron Duke, flag-ship of Sir George A. Callaghan, the Commander-in-Chief of the Home Fleets. The Dreadnought was specially protected against aerial attack

Background imageCallaghan Collection: Commonwealth Heads of Government 1977

Commonwealth Heads of Government 1977
British Prime Minister James Callaghan leads Commonwealth premiers into Marlborough House, London for lunch, at the beginning of the 1977 Commonwealth Heads of Government Meeting

Background imageCallaghan Collection: James Callaghan, Labour politician

James Callaghan, Labour politician
James "Jim" Callaghan (Leonard James Callaghan, Baron Callaghan of Cardiff, 1912-2005), Labour politician, Chancellor of the Exchequer 1964-1967, Home Secretary 1967-1970

Background imageCallaghan Collection: Admirals of the British Navy, WW1

Admirals of the British Navy, WW1
The Sure Shield of Britain -- twelve Admirals of the British Navy on the outbreak of the First World War. They are: Rear Admirals Wemyss, Dudley De Chair, Warrender, King Hall, Limpus

Background imageCallaghan Collection: Just Like Callaghan by Cosmo Gordon-Lennox

Just Like Callaghan by Cosmo Gordon-Lennox
Promotional postcard for Just Like Callaghan by Cosmo Gordon-Lennox from Le Coup de Fouet by M. Hennequin and G. Duval (1901). First produced at the Criterion Theatre, 3rd June 1903

Background imageCallaghan Collection: Men who are making history, WW1

Men who are making history, WW1
World War One commemorative postcard, Men who are making history. With portraits of King George V, Admirals Fisher, Jellicoe and Callaghan, Rear Admiral Madden, Vice Admiral Beatty, Lord Roberts

Background imageCallaghan Collection: Admiral Sir George Callaghan (1852 - 1920)

Admiral Sir George Callaghan (1852 - 1920)
Admiral Sir George Callaghan, pictured while Commander-in-Chief of the Royal Navy Home Fleet. When war broke out at the end of July 1914, he was relieved of this command by Sir John Jellicoe

Background imageCallaghan Collection: Viscountess Lismore

Viscountess Lismore
MARY O CALLAGHAN, viscountess LISMORE (nee Norbury) wife of George O Callaghan, second viscount. Date: 1820 - 1900

Background imageCallaghan Collection: Sir George Callaghan

Sir George Callaghan
SIR GEORGE A CALLAGHAN Royal Naval commander : Admiral of the Fleet during World War One. Date: 1852 - 1950

Background imageCallaghan Collection: Sir George Callaghan, Admiral of the Fleet

Sir George Callaghan, Admiral of the Fleet
Sir George Astley Callaghan (1852-1920), Admiral of the Fleet, seen here in uniform on the deck of a ship. He served in the Boxer Rebellion and during the First World War. Date: circa 1914

Background imageCallaghan Collection: Admiral Sir George A. Callaghan

Admiral Sir George A. Callaghan
Portrait of Admiral Sir George A. Callaghan, Commander of Great Britains First Fleet in 1914. With war clouds gathering in Europe, the Admiralty announced, Orders have been given to the First Fleet

Background imageCallaghan Collection: Five presentation vases / cups

Five presentation vases / cups
The Queens Gold Vase, The Royal Hunt Cup, The Ascot Cup, the silver vase presented to Captain Callaghan, Adjutant of the North Cork Rifles, and the claret jug and salver presented to Mr Smith


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