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Background imageLasted Collection: Ufos / Trindade Island

Ufos / Trindade Island
Flying saucer photographed over Trindade Island (Brazil) from naval training vessel Almirante Saldanha; the sighting lasted 30 seconds and was witnessed by many aboard

Background imageLasted Collection: The first Hawk XX154 in the air for the first time

The first Hawk XX154 in the air for the first time
The first Hawk, XX154, in the air for the first time on 21 August 1974 with chief test pilot, Duncan Simpson, at the controls. The flight from the flight test centre at Dunsfold lasted 53 minutes

Background imageLasted Collection: The Great Fight for the Championship

The Great Fight for the Championship

Background imageLasted Collection: Soviet Heavy Tank in Berlin; Second World War, 1945

Soviet Heavy Tank in Berlin; Second World War, 1945
Photograph showing a Soviet heavy tank moving through Berlin, with the Brandenburg Gate in the background, May 1945. Berlin fell to the Russian Army on 2nd May 1945

Background imageLasted Collection: The first Hawk XX154 takes to the air for the first time

The first Hawk XX154 takes to the air for the first time
The first Hawk, XX154, takes to the air for the first time on 21 August 1974 with chief test pilot, Duncan Simpson, at the controls

Background imageLasted Collection: New York Snow Scene

New York Snow Scene
Parked vehicles, abandoned in deep snow during bad winter weather which has lasted for over 2 months. A costly headache for snow removers in New York, U.S.A. Date: 1960s

Background imageLasted Collection: Disraeli / First Budget

Disraeli / First Budget
William Gladstone attacks Benjamin Disraelis first budget speech, which had lasted five hours

Background imageLasted Collection: Hole and Harvey, third test against England

Hole and Harvey, third test against England
Australian cricketers Hole and Harvey, whose partnership of 173 runs lasted into the third morning of the Third Test against England, 1953 Date: 1953

Background imageLasted Collection: Gregory Blaxland

Gregory Blaxland
A portrait of Gregory Blaxland, who in 1813, obtained approval from Governor Lachlan Macquarie to lead an expedition, consisting of William Lawson

Background imageLasted Collection: 1914 Swiss National Exhibition The Fruit Stall

1914 Swiss National Exhibition The Fruit Stall
The thirdSwiss National Exhibitionof1914was opened inBernon15 Mayand lasted until15 October.right at the outbreak of the First World War

Background imageLasted Collection: 1914 Swiss National Exhibition The Vegetable Stall

1914 Swiss National Exhibition The Vegetable Stall
The thirdSwiss National Exhibitionof1914was opened inBernon15 Mayand lasted until15 October.right at the outbreak of the First World War

Background imageLasted Collection: 1914 Swiss National Exhibition The Flower Stall

1914 Swiss National Exhibition The Flower Stall
The thirdSwiss National Exhibitionof1914was opened inBernon15 Mayand lasted until15 October.right at the outbreak of the First World War

Background imageLasted Collection: Evelyn Dove by Kay Vaughan

Evelyn Dove by Kay Vaughan. Evelyn Dove (1902-1987) London-born singer & actress. Mixed race daughter of a Sierra Leone barrister & his English wife

Background imageLasted Collection: Memorial Plaque for Little Talbot House - Ypres, Belgium

Memorial Plaque for Little Talbot House - Ypres, Belgium
This is on the wall of No 83 Rijselstraat in Ypres and marks the site of the little brother of Talbot House (Toc H) which opened on 13 November 1917

Background imageLasted Collection: Evelyn Dove by Macari (Italy)

Evelyn Dove by Macari (Italy). Evelyn Dove (1902-1987) London-born singer & actress. Mixed race daughter of a Sierra Leone barrister & his English wife

Background imageLasted Collection: Evelyn Dove

Evelyn Dove (1902-1987) London-born singer & actress. Mixed race daughter of a Sierra Leone barrister & his English wife. Trained at the Royal Academy of Music (1917-1919)

Background imageLasted Collection: The Ruins of the Principal Church at Paysandu 1865

The Ruins of the Principal Church at Paysandu 1865
The church at Paysandu was extremely damaged during the Siege of Paysandu during the Paraguayan War, which lasted over a month of Brazilian-Colorado troops blockading

Background imageLasted Collection: Martial Eagle - attacking White Stork - the fight

Martial Eagle - attacking White Stork - the fight lasted more than an hour but finally the Eagle was victorious (Polemaetus bellicosus)

Background imageLasted Collection: London Heatwave 1989

London Heatwave 1989
Londoners sunbathing in Soho Square during a heatwave, which lasted for several weeks. Date: 1989

Background imageLasted Collection: Margarete Repels Vitalis

Margarete Repels Vitalis
The Regent of Denmark and Norway (and Sweden in 1389) Queen Margrete (1353 - 1412) repels an attack by the Vitali Brothers. This dynastic union lasted until 1523. Date: circa 1380

Background imageLasted Collection: Siege of Numantia 133 Bc

Siege of Numantia 133 Bc
Scipio Africanus beseiges Numantia, a siege that lasted 9 years and cost the lives of most of the towns inhabitants. Date: 133 BC

Background imageLasted Collection: Spring Garden, Stepney

Spring Garden, Stepney
Pleasure Garden at the Mile End Road, Stepney, which lasted from 1702 till about 1764. Date: early 18th century

Background imageLasted Collection: The LZ129 Hindenburg over Lake Constance on 4 March 1936?

The LZ129 Hindenburg over Lake Constance on 4 March 1936?
The LZ129 Hindenburg over Lake Constance on 4 March 1936, during its first flight which lasted three hours

Background imageLasted Collection: The LZ129 Hindenburg over Friedrichshafen on 4 March 193?

The LZ129 Hindenburg over Friedrichshafen on 4 March 193?
The LZ129 Hindenburg over Friedrichshafen on 4 March 1936, during its first flight which lasted three hours

Background imageLasted Collection: Focke-Wulf Fw200S-1 Condor D-ACON Brandenburg

Focke-Wulf Fw200S-1 Condor D-ACON Brandenburg
Focke-Wulf Fw200S-1 Condor, D-ACON, Brandenburg, was the Fw200V1 re-registered for the non-stop flight from Berlin to New York which began on 10 August 1938 and lasted 24 hours

Background imageLasted Collection: F Nazzaro - 1922 French Grand Prix

F Nazzaro - 1922 French Grand Prix
F Nazzaro on th 90 hp 2 litre six-cylinder Fiat with which he won the 1922 French Grand Prix at an average of 79.2 mph over 499 miles at Strasbourg

Background imageLasted Collection: Frost Fair Thames 1814

Frost Fair Thames 1814
Frost fair on the Thames: it lasted from 31 January until 5 February 1814

Background imageLasted Collection: General Ducrots Forces crossing the Marne; Franco-Prussian

General Ducrots Forces crossing the Marne; Franco-Prussian
Illustration showing French troops, under the command of General Ducrot, crossing the Marne River to launch a counter attack against the Prussians, 29th November 1870

Background imageLasted Collection: French Civilians going into the Prussian Lines for Bread; Fr

French Civilians going into the Prussian Lines for Bread; Fr
Illustration showing the scene at the Ferry of Sevres on the River Seine as Parisians went to the Prussian lines with dockets in their hands to exchange for bread

Background imageLasted Collection: Effect of the San Francisco earthquake

Effect of the San Francisco earthquake
Effect of the earthquake on a typical frame house. The San Francisco earthquake occurred on the 18th April 1906, measuring 7.9 on the Richter scale

Background imageLasted Collection: Large clouds of smoke from the spreading fires. The aftermat

Large clouds of smoke from the spreading fires. The aftermat
Fires spreading through San Francisco, completing the ruin of the city. The business distract was completely devastated, with only the steel structures of modern buildings still standing

Background imageLasted Collection: the fires that spread across the city of San Francisco from

the fires that spread across the city of San Francisco from
The conflagration which swept across the city from the harbour shore. The San Francisco earthquake occurred on the 18th April 1906 and measured 7.9 on the Richter scale

Background imageLasted Collection: A burning street after the San Francisco earthquake

A burning street after the San Francisco earthquake
A burning street in San Francisco, a few men try to reach their offices to salvage what they can. The San Francisco earthquake occurred on the 18th April 1906 and measured 7.9 on the Richter scale

Background imageLasted Collection: Alsace Liberated

Alsace Liberated
President Poincare and marechal Foch ride in triumph through the streets of Strasbourg, freshly freed from the German occupation which has lasted 44 years

Background imageLasted Collection: Siege of Sebastopol

Siege of Sebastopol
The Malakoff redoubt under attack during the Siege of Sebastopol, which lasted from Septemebr 1854 until September 1855 resulting in victory for the British and French forces

Background imageLasted Collection: Baby Boomers

Baby Boomers
Five young mothers comparing babies in their prams during the post World War Two Baby Boom, which lasted from approximately 1946-1964

Background imageLasted Collection: Massacre in Paris

Massacre in Paris
Massacres in Paris, which lasted six days and resulted in over 1, 368 deaths

Background imageLasted Collection: Opening session of the First State Duma, Russia

Opening session of the First State Duma, Russia
The opening session of the short-lived First State Duma (legislative assembly), which lasted until July but was deadlocked when radicals challenged fundamental laws

Background imageLasted Collection: New York Fire 1835

New York Fire 1835
New York firefighters attempt to tackle the blaze on Wall Street as many buildings burn (including the Fulton Fire Insurance Co.); the fire lasted from 16 to 17 December

Background imageLasted Collection: RATION BOOK 1953 - 1954

RATION BOOK 1953 - 1954
A Ministry of Food Ration Book, proving that rationing lasted in Britain for several years after World War Two ended in 1945



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