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Lawrence of Arabia
Lawrence of Arabia
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Phrenological Head/Scrap
Phrenological Head/Scrap
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Figure 25 from The Horten tailless aircraft Item No25 File
Figure 25 from The Horten tailless aircraft Item No25 File
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British Officers interrogating a prisoner, East Africa, 1916
British Officers interrogating a prisoner, East Africa, 1916
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Boeing RC-135U-BN Combat Sent 3 63-9792
Boeing RC-135U-BN Combat Sent 3 63-9792
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Hawker Siddeley Nimrod R.1 XW665
Hawker Siddeley Nimrod R.1 XW665
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Lockheed U-2G N808X
Lockheed U-2G N808X
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Hawker Siddeley HS.801 Nimrod R.1 XW665
Hawker Siddeley HS.801 Nimrod R.1 XW665
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USAF - United States Air Force - Boeing B-17G
USAF - United States Air Force - Boeing B-17G
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Army Intelligence Satire
Army Intelligence Satire
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Sidney Reilly, Ace of Spies
Sidney Reilly, Ace of Spies
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Keep Our Secrets Secret
Keep Our Secrets Secret
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Lockheed U-2G N808X Featured Print

Lockheed U-2G N808X

Central Intelligence Agency - Lockheed U-2G N808X. One of several U-2s procured by the CIA, for operations from aircraft carriers, fitted with lift-dumping spoilers, stronger undercarriages and arrestor hooks. On 29 February 1964, Bob Schumacher alighted on the USS Ranger in U-2G N808X, to make the type???s first trapped landing. It nearly ended in disaster when the aircraft bounced just as the hook caught the wire; the aircraft pitched forward and the nose hit the deck. This aircraft is known to have operated from CVA-61 USS Ranger for tests 2-5 March 1964, (U-2G N801X and N808X, with O.N.R. titles), and operationally in May 1964 for Operation Seeker (and maybe again in 1965/66). Date: circa 1960

© The Peter Butt Aviation Collection / Mary Evans A The Peter Butt Aviation Collection / Mary Evans

USN - CIA - Republic of China Air Force Lockheed EP-3B
USN - CIA - Republic of China Air Force Lockheed EP-3B
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RAF Lincoln B Mk.2 and Provost T Mk.1 - Biggin Hill
RAF Lincoln B Mk.2 and Provost T Mk.1 - Biggin Hill
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Col David Sutherland - British Army and Intelligence Officer
Col David Sutherland - British Army and Intelligence Officer
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Intelligence of the Battle of Ligny
Intelligence of the Battle of Ligny
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Honeywell T-Hawk (Tarantula Hawk) Micro Air Vehicle
Honeywell T-Hawk (Tarantula Hawk) Micro Air Vehicle
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Telegraph map of Upper Egypt
Telegraph map of Upper Egypt
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Germany. Berlin. Museum of Stasi
Germany. Berlin. Museum of Stasi
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Operation Gold. Reconstruction of the tunnel built by Americ
Operation Gold. Reconstruction of the tunnel built by Americ
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Relief depicting the god Thoth. Ramesseum. Egypt
Relief depicting the god Thoth. Ramesseum. Egypt
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Relief depicting a Pharaoh Ramses II with different gods. Ra
Relief depicting a Pharaoh Ramses II with different gods. Ra
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Dreyfus/Picquart Arrest
Dreyfus/Picquart Arrest
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Fiction Like Roswell
Fiction Like Roswell
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USN - CIA - Republic of China Air Force Lockheed EP-3B Featured Print

USN - CIA - Republic of China Air Force Lockheed EP-3B

United States Navy / Central Intelligence Agency / Republic of China Air Force Lockheed EP-3A 149673 (msn 185-5014). Built as a Lockheed P-3A-15-LO Orion, 149673 was converted to EP-3A for the Central Intelligence Agency to use in overflights of the Peoples Reublic of China (PRC). As well as ELINT and SIGINT electronics 149673, (and the two similar Black P-3As), was fitted with low-noise cropped propeller blades, extended engine exhaust to reduce noise and infra-red signature and rearwards-firing AIM-9 Sidewinder Air to Air missiles, for defence. Black P-3A: Least known of all in the P-3 family. Three P-3As (BuNo 149669, BuNo 149673, and BuNo 149678) were obtained by the CIA from the US Navy under Project STSPIN in May 1963, as the replacement aircraft for CIAs own covert operation fleet of RB-69A/P2V-7Us. Converted by Aerosystems Division of LTV at Greenville, Texas, the three P-3As were simply known as .lack P-3As under Project Axial. Officially transferred from US Navy to CIA in June/July 1964. LTV Aerosystems converted the three aircraft to be both ELINT and COMINT platforms. The first of the three .lack P-3As arrived in Taiwan and were officially transferred to ROCAFs top secret Black Bat Squadron on June 22, 1966. Armed with 4 Sidewinder short range AAM missiles for self-defense, the three .lack P-3As flew peripheral missions along the China coast to collect SIGINT and air samples. When the project was terminated in January 1967, all three .lack P-3As were flown to NAS Alameda, California, for long term storage. Two of the three aircraft (BuNo 149669 and BuNo 149678) were converted into the only two EP-3Bs in existence by Lockheed at Burbank in September 1967, while the third aircraft (149673) was converted by Lockheed in 1969-1970 to serve as a development aircraft for various electronic programs. Date: circa 1967

© The Peter Butt Aviation Collection / Mary Evans Picture Library

Reform Club/New Ministry
Reform Club/New Ministry
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WW1 - Captain Hotblack guides tank into action
WW1 - Captain Hotblack guides tank into action
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WW1 - French air reconnaisance, 1914
WW1 - French air reconnaisance, 1914
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WW1 - German airfield lit up by searchlights
WW1 - German airfield lit up by searchlights
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Bottlenose DOLPHIN - Mother and baby play with air bubble
Bottlenose DOLPHIN - Mother and baby play with air bubble
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ORANG-UTANS - adult and young looking at reflection
ORANG-UTANS - adult and young looking at reflection
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Lieut.-General Sir David Henderson by Percival Anderson
Lieut.-General Sir David Henderson by Percival Anderson
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Major-General Sir George Macdonogh by Percival Anderson
Major-General Sir George Macdonogh by Percival Anderson
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Cartoon, Things that matter, WW1
Cartoon, Things that matter, WW1
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Operation Mincemeat - possessions of Major Martin
Operation Mincemeat - possessions of Major Martin
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Operation Mincemeat - naval ID card of Major Martin
Operation Mincemeat - naval ID card of Major Martin
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Operation Mincemeat - site of grave of Major Martin
Operation Mincemeat - site of grave of Major Martin
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Operation Mincemeat - possessions of Major Martin Featured Print

Operation Mincemeat - possessions of Major Martin

Personal possessions of Major William Martin, found when his body was washed ashore in Spain on 30th April 1943 carrying sensitive documents, an elaborate and successful deception by British forces in World War Two (codenamed Operation Mincemeat) to convince German high command that the Allies were planning to attack Greece and Sardinia in 1943 rather than Sicily, the actual objective. Major Martin never in fact existed and his body was that of Glyndwr Michael, a homeless man who had died in January 1943. Among his personal possessions are a watch, Player's cigarettes, matches, keys, wallet and a leather-covered chain which British intelligence used to attach the briefcase containing the false documents to the body. Date: 1943

© Mary Evans / The National Archives, London. England.

Operation Mincemeat - photograph of girlfriend
Operation Mincemeat - photograph of girlfriend
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Operation Mincemeat - gravestone of Major Martin
Operation Mincemeat - gravestone of Major Martin
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Round the clock with a bomber squadron: planning ops
Round the clock with a bomber squadron: planning ops
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Peter R Sweeney
Peter R Sweeney
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Princess Trixie the Highly Educated Horse
Princess Trixie the Highly Educated Horse
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T E Lawrence Funeral
T E Lawrence Funeral
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Ufos/Varginha, Brazil
Ufos/Varginha, Brazil
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Air Chief Marshal Sir Michael John Armitage
Air Chief Marshal Sir Michael John Armitage
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watering Bo tree - Kalaw
watering Bo tree - Kalaw
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Captain Hughes, lately employed on special service in Circas
Captain Hughes, lately employed on special service in Circas
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C. & NW RR, Mrs. Dorothy Lucke, employed as a wiper at the r
C. & NW RR, Mrs. Dorothy Lucke, employed as a wiper at the r
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The interior of a signal office somewhere in France
The interior of a signal office somewhere in France
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