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Harold Abrahams wins 100m - 1924 Olympics
Harold Abrahams wins 100m - 1924 Olympics
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The Interport Field Gun Competition - Royal Navy
The Interport Field Gun Competition - Royal Navy
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Two Scamps/Cecil Aldin
Two Scamps/Cecil Aldin
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1930S Playsuits
1930S Playsuits
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Coat & Fox Terrier 1927
Coat & Fox Terrier 1927
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NFS firefighter at a training camp, WW2
NFS firefighter at a training camp, WW2
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German helmet WWI
German helmet WWI
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Doncaster, South Yorkshire - Clock Corner
Doncaster, South Yorkshire - Clock Corner
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Fall/Wire Fox Terrier/54
Fall/Wire Fox Terrier/54
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Terriers
Terriers
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The Somme 1916
The Somme 1916
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Britannia and Eve, July 1939
Britannia and Eve, July 1939
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Harold Abrahams wins 100m - 1924 Olympics Featured Image

Harold Abrahams wins 100m - 1924 Olympics

Harold Maurice Abrahams, CBE, (18991978) - a British athlete of Jewish origin. He was champion in the 100 metres sprint at the 1924 Olympics in Paris (July 7th), France (a feat made legendary in the 1981 movie Chariots of Fire'). His time was 10.6 seconds. Jackson Scholz (second from right) was second and Arthur Porritt (far left) was third. The other named athlete was the World Record holder at the time, Charles Paddock. The other two competitors featured were fourth placed Chester Bowman (second left) and sixth placed Loren Murchison (third from right).
1924

© Mary Evans / Grenville Collins Postcard Collection

A Peregrine Falcon
A Peregrine Falcon
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Illustration by Cecil Aldin, Tatters chasing the car
Illustration by Cecil Aldin, Tatters chasing the car
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Man in Dressing Gown
Man in Dressing Gown
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Hugh Walpole/Postcard
Hugh Walpole/Postcard
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Seaplane carrier pigeon, WW1
Seaplane carrier pigeon, WW1
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The Wallenda Family performing on the high wire, Olympia, 19
The Wallenda Family performing on the high wire, Olympia, 19
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Bird Millman
Bird Millman
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In No Mans Land
In No Mans Land
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Woman police officer in Hartnell uniform, London
Woman police officer in Hartnell uniform, London
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Belfast riots, August 1920
Belfast riots, August 1920
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Sir Douglas Bader playing golf
Sir Douglas Bader playing golf
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Fall/Wire Fox Terrier/37
Fall/Wire Fox Terrier/37
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In No Mans Land Featured Image

In No Mans Land

"In No Man's Land: The Dread Territory Which Belongs to Neither German nor Briton" Royal engineers, working in the dark of No Man's Land to construct barbed wire barriers in front of British trenches, are exposed by German magnesium flares, giving this illustration a Caravaggioesque quality. Such work was extremely risky, or "nervy", as one Royal Engineer described it to The Times. He went on to say, "..it is done in the open and out of the kindly cover afforded by a trench... fortunate indeed is the working party if the enemy does not hear the sound of the picket being driven into the ground and open fire..." Flares lasted for 15 seconds, an eternity for men who had to throw themselves flat to the ground and lie inert until darkness returned. Bruce Bairnsfather depicted a similar situation in a cartoon accompanied by a quote from Wolfam's aria in Tannhauser. "Oh star of eve, whose tender bean Falls on my spirit's troubled dream." Date: 1915

© Illustrated London News/Mary Evans

Uhlans at Liege
Uhlans at Liege
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Visiting Day at Richmond Barracks, Dublin Uprising, 1916
Visiting Day at Richmond Barracks, Dublin Uprising, 1916
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The Female Blondin Crossing a High Wire over the River Tha
The Female Blondin Crossing a High Wire over the River Tha
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The Hon. Eileen Nelson Hood
The Hon. Eileen Nelson Hood
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Tabby kitten and terrier puppy
Tabby kitten and terrier puppy
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Old Bill, dog mascot of HMS Falmouth in WW1
Old Bill, dog mascot of HMS Falmouth in WW1
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Pug Peter -- rabbit riding a kangaroo
Pug Peter -- rabbit riding a kangaroo
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A London tram overtaking a trolleybus
A London tram overtaking a trolleybus
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Dogs, Cairn and Wire Terrier, Dawson
Dogs, Cairn and Wire Terrier, Dawson
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A German Zeppelins observation car
A German Zeppelins observation car
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Lecture on Stephen Grays discoveries in electricity
Lecture on Stephen Grays discoveries in electricity
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German Foot Soldier
German Foot Soldier
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Lecture on Stephen Grays discoveries in electricity Featured Image

Lecture on Stephen Grays discoveries in electricity

A lecture at the Charterhouse, London on Stephen Gray's discoveries in electricity. In the early eighteenth century, Gray demonstrated that charges of electricity could be conducted by some materials for distances as great as 765 feet, while others did not conduct electricity at all. Eventually, he was able to send charges through 88 metres of wire suspended on silken threads to operate an electroscope - an instrument used to detect static electricity. By sending an electrical signal from one place to another, Gray established the basic principle of the electric telegraph

© Illustrated London News Ltd/Mary Evans

Bombed out Stalingrad
Bombed out Stalingrad
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German ?egg? hand grenade, used during World War One
German ?egg? hand grenade, used during World War One
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Cartoon, Holy France! WW1
Cartoon, Holy France! WW1
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The storming of the trenches round Loos by Fortunino Matania
The storming of the trenches round Loos by Fortunino Matania
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Pattern 1796, Light Cavalry Officers sword, 15th Hussars
Pattern 1796, Light Cavalry Officers sword, 15th Hussars
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Cartoon, Two French soldiers in a trench, WW1
Cartoon, Two French soldiers in a trench, WW1
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French Military Poster, WW1
French Military Poster, WW1
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Liege cupola fort diagram 1914
Liege cupola fort diagram 1914
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German barbed wire, Western Front, France, WW1
German barbed wire, Western Front, France, WW1
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Repeating Pattern - Old style telephones - man and woman
Repeating Pattern - Old style telephones - man and woman
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