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Throwing Gallery

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Choose from 217 pictures in our Throwing collection for your Wall Art or Photo Gift. Popular choices include Framed Prints, Canvas Prints, Posters and Jigsaw Puzzles. All professionally made for quick delivery.


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Discus Throwing - Olympics, London 1908

Classic Games at Shepherd's Bush - Four positions in throwing the discus. Series of four photographs showing the positions adopted while throwing the discus, one of the ancient Greek sports to be included in the London Olympic Games in 1908. Date: 1908

© Illustrated London News Ltd/Mary Evans

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Wedding of Princess Mary of Cambridge & Francis of Teck

Throwing the slipper for good luck. The marriage of Princess Mary of Cambridge and Prince Francis of Teck. After the ceremony, the newlyweds are pelted with shoes and slippers 'for luck' as they leave. Princess Mary Adelaide of Cambridge was the youngest child of Adolphus, Duke of Cambridge and a cousin of Queen Victoria. She married Prince Francis of Teck at St. Anne's Church in Kew (her childhood home) on 12 June 1866. The couple had four children, the eldest of whom was Princess May of Teck, the future Queen Mary, consort of King George V. Date: 1866

© Illustrated London News Ltd/Mary Evans

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WW2 - Patriotic Czech League in London

WW2 - Patriotic Czech League in London - 'Way to go to it'. Many of the Czech soldiers (and civilians) that had managed to escape from Czechoslovakia when Germany invaded in 1939, decided not to stay in Poland and made their way to France and Britain instead. The British reformed approximately 3, 300 Czechs into the 1st Czechoslovak Mixed Brigade Group in July 1940. This brigade consisted of two infantry battalions, one artillery battalion, as well as smaller specialist units (communication, engineers etc). The British also organised the 200th Czechoslovak Light AA Regiment, with some 1, 500 men. In September 1943, the two units were merged to become the 1st Czechoslovak Independent Armoured Brigade, with around 4, 000 men operational strength. Date: circa 1940

© Mary Evans / Grenville Collins Postcard Collection