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Princess Caraboo by Fortunino Matania Featured 6 Dec 2016 Image

Princess Caraboo by Fortunino Matania

Mary Baker (n饠Willcocks) (1791-1864) a Devonshire cobbler's daughter and noted impostor. Posing as the fictional Princess Caraboo, Baker pretended to be from a far off island kingdom inveigling herself into society. Pictured here in the house of Mr Worrall, the County Magistrate, and his wife, after she had made herself a dress of her own design and managed to secure herself a bow and arrow which she was prone to use rather frequently, much to the distress of her hosts. Date: 1945

© Illustrated London News Ltd/Mary Evans

Horse serum laboratory at Elstree, 1915 Featured 6 Dec 2016 Image

Horse serum laboratory at Elstree, 1915

The laboratory of the horse serum farm at Elstree, 1915. One unusual contribution of the horse to the war effort was as a supply of serum which acted as an antidote to tetanus poisoning, also known as lockjaw. Serum, or blood fluid with the clotting agents removed, is collected from the blood of specially selected horses, who have carefully infected with the disease, and so built up an immunity to it. The article accompanying this picture concludes, "The regiment of healing horses, through others of its recruits, supplies antidotes to diphtheria and dysentery; and it is no exaggeration to say that the blood the horses have shed has saved thousands of lives.

© Mary Evans Picture Library

Map of the Gallipoli Peninsula Featured 6 Dec 2016 Image

Map of the Gallipoli Peninsula

Map showing the distances separating the vital points in the Gallipoli Peninsula. The area held by the Allies is shown in a darker tone, and the position of the Australians at Gaba Tepe is also indicated.

© Illustrated London News Ltd/Mary Evans

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