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WW2 - Bofors gun crew from the King?s African Rifles Featured Print

WW2 - Bofors gun crew from the King?s African Rifles

Photograph of Bofors gun crew from the King?s African Rifles, 1939-1945 (c). The Bofors 40mm gun was the most widely used Allied anti-aircraft gun of the Second World War. The gun was quick firing, reliable and versatile. It had sufficient punch to knock out all types of aircraft and yet was light enough to be adapted to a mobile role. The gun had been adopted by 17 nations by the end of the war and a version of it is still in use with naval forces today. From collection of photographs of King?s African Rifles during World War Two (1939-1945). 41 loose leaves containing 93 photographs. Date: 1945

© The National Army Museum / Mary Evans Picture Library

Get-Rich-Quick Wallingford by G M Cohan Featured Print

Get-Rich-Quick Wallingford by G M Cohan

Get-Rich-Quick Wallingford by George M. Cohan from stories by George Randolph Chester. First produced in England at the Pleasure Gardens in Folkestone on 6th January 1913 and at the Queens Theatre, London 14th January 1913. J Rufus Wallingford is a rogue who persuades provincial simpletons to invest their savings in his company. This image is from George Dances Company touring to the Londesborough Theatre, Scarborough, 1st September 1913. Date: 1913

© The Michael Diamond Collection / Mary Evans Picture Library

A Quick Change of Front, by C. Harrison Featured Print

A Quick Change of Front, by C. Harrison

A Quick Change of Front. A German shopkeeper, being a purveyor of Teutonic delicatessen products, makes a quick change once hostilities between Germany and England begin. Instead of Johann Schmidt, he becomes John Smith and sells Cambridge sausages instead of Frankfurters, Ginger beer and lemonade instead of hock, and Melton Mowbray pork pies in place of Strassburg pie. His dachshund dog is replaced by a more British looking terrier. Date: 1914

© Mary Evans Picture Library