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Images Dated 29th July 2016 (#6)

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Background imageImages Dated 29th July 2016: Tibetan dancers, Hotel Mount Everest, Himalayas

Tibetan dancers, Hotel Mount Everest, Himalayas. Date: circa 1930

Background imageImages Dated 29th July 2016: Market building in Manama, Bahrain, Persian Gulf

Market building in Manama, Bahrain, Persian Gulf
Market building (Souk) in Manama, capital city of Bahrain, Persian Gulf. Date: late 1940s

Background imageImages Dated 29th July 2016: The Queen Victoria Memorial by Sir Thomas Brock - Model

The Queen Victoria Memorial by Sir Thomas Brock - Model
A model of the Queen Victoria Memorial, situated at the end of The Mall in front of Buckingham Palace, designed by sculptor Sir Thomas Brock. Designed in 1901 and unveiled in 1911 (see: 11065794)

Background imageImages Dated 29th July 2016: The King Charles Tower on the City Wall, Chester

The King Charles Tower on the City Wall, Chester Date: 1909

Background imageImages Dated 29th July 2016: Moorish Musicians and Snake Charmer - Morocco

Moorish Musicians and Snake Charmer - Morocco. The seated musicians are playing a pipe flute and a Bendir Frame Drum. Date: circa 1910s

Background imageImages Dated 29th July 2016: Imperial Court at the Balkan States Exhibition, Earls Court

Imperial Court at the Balkan States Exhibition, Earls Court, London Date: 1907

Background imageImages Dated 29th July 2016: Hotel Great Central - Paddington, London

Hotel Great Central - Paddington, London
The Landmark London, a five-star hotel on Marylebone Road on the northern side of central London, England. It was originally opened by the Great Central Railway

Background imageImages Dated 29th July 2016: Luzern, Switzerland - the Schweizerhofquai

Luzern, Switzerland - the Schweizerhofquai
Luzern (Lucerne), Switzerland - the Schweizerhofquai. There are pleasure boats for hire on the left! Date: 1910s

Background imageImages Dated 29th July 2016: The Queen Victoria Memorial by Sir Thomas Brock - Model

The Queen Victoria Memorial by Sir Thomas Brock - Model
A model of the Queen Victoria Memorial, situated at the end of The Mall in front of Buckingham Palace, designed by sculptor Sir Thomas Brock. Designed in 1901 and unveiled in 1911 (see: 11065793)

Background imageImages Dated 29th July 2016: Dancing Frock 1909

Dancing Frock 1909
A dancing frock with square lace yoke threaded with ribbon tied to make a rosette with sash ends, pleated skirt with ruched ribbon trim, sandal slippers with ribbon ties. Date: 1909

Background imageImages Dated 29th July 2016: Girls Coat & Muff 1909

Girls Coat & Muff 1909
Girls double-breasted coat with 2 rows of buttons & outlined in velvet, broad brimmed hat with velvet bow & buckle, ermine muff & gaiters. Date: 1909

Background imageImages Dated 29th July 2016: Funicular at Lynmouth Cliff 1904

Funicular at Lynmouth Cliff 1904
The Lynton and Lynmouth Cliff Railway, Devon, saves holidaymakers a very long walk down to the sea. Date: 1904

Background imageImages Dated 29th July 2016: Wwi Refugees 1917

Wwi Refugees 1917
A mother and her children, with their meagre possessions wrapped in three bundles, shelter in a ruined building from the battle raging close by. Date: 1917

Background imageImages Dated 29th July 2016: Advert for Clarks Anchor Threads 1925

Advert for Clarks Anchor Threads 1925
Clarks Anchor Threads Date: 1925

Background imageImages Dated 29th July 2016: Canon Lyttelton

Canon Lyttelton (1855 1942), British cricketer and Head of Eton. Date: 1909

Background imageImages Dated 29th July 2016: John Milton Janssen

John Milton Janssen (1608 - 1674) English poet and puritan as a young man

Background imageImages Dated 29th July 2016: The Old Order Changeth

The Old Order Changeth
" Flight-Sergeant, in future when we go up, just give the order Let Go, instead of Let go the guys, " Date: 1918

Background imageImages Dated 29th July 2016: H. I. M, Hymn of Hate, 1915

H. I. M, Hymn of Hate, 1915
The hymn of hate, allegedly sketched at Wilhelmshaven by The Bystander Special Spy-Artist: a humorous depiction of Kaiser Wilhelm taking a choir practice of German soldiers. Date: 1915

Background imageImages Dated 29th July 2016: Displaced by war: news stories no longer being covered, 1915

Displaced by war: news stories no longer being covered, 1915
A humorous cartoon imagines other news stories usually enjoyed by the press(child prodigies, enormous vegetables, the activities of militant suffragettes)

Background imageImages Dated 29th July 2016: No. 3: People We Don t Envy by George Studdy, 1915

No. 3: People We Don t Envy by George Studdy, 1915
No. 3: The German postman trying to deliver a letter to a ruined Belgium village. Date: 1915

Background imageImages Dated 29th July 2016: WW1 recruitment: employers encourage servants to enlist, 1915

WW1 recruitment: employers encourage servants to enlist, 1915
" 5 questions to those who employ male servant" s: an advertisement intended to encourage employers to get their servants to enlist during World War One. Date: 1915

Background imageImages Dated 29th July 2016: No. 2: People We Don t Envy by George Studdy, 1915

No. 2: People We Don t Envy by George Studdy, 1915
No. II: The Army Service Corps subaltern compelled to deliver a lecture on Supplies to a contingent of men recruited from grocers, butchers, provision dealers etc. Date: 1915

Background imageImages Dated 29th July 2016: Kaiser as a waiter: a WW1 peace conference imagined, 1915

Kaiser as a waiter: a WW1 peace conference imagined, 1915
Taking orders: a forecast of the peace conference. Kaiser Wilhelm II is re-imagined as a waiter, taking orders from George V, Theodore Roosevelt and other leaders. Date: 1915

Background imageImages Dated 29th July 2016: Jessie Woodrow Wilson, 1915

Jessie Woodrow Wilson, 1915
Daughter of American President Woodrow Wilson, Mrs. F. P Sayre, (nee Jessie Woodrow Wilson), pictured here in The Bystander to celebrate the birth of her son, Francis B. Sayre, Jr

Background imageImages Dated 29th July 2016: Cut out for the job: WW1 recruitment humour

Cut out for the job: WW1 recruitment humour
Civilian: " Most of my pals are either in the Guards or the Bantams. I m too short for the Guards, and too tall for the Bantams

Background imageImages Dated 29th July 2016: Impressions of Cambridge during World War One, 1915

Impressions of Cambridge during World War One, 1915
Arms and the Varsity Man: some impressions of Cambridge in wartime, 1915. Date: 1915

Background imageImages Dated 29th July 2016: WW1 women volunteers distracted by sales, 1915

WW1 women volunteers distracted by sales, 1915
Trying experience of a contingent of the Womens Volunteer Defence Corps in the course of a route march. Date: 1915

Background imageImages Dated 29th July 2016: The Oldest British Regiment? The East Kent

The Oldest British Regiment? The East Kent
Officers of the Second Battalion of the East Kent regiment, known as The Buffs. Pictured here on the steps of Winchester College

Background imageImages Dated 29th July 2016: Malvina Longfellow, 1915

Malvina Longfellow, 1915
American actress Malvina Longfellow(1889-1962), pictured in The Bystander in 1915 at the time of her London debut in Lady Levers play The Torches of Fate

Background imageImages Dated 29th July 2016: Some Attrition, 1915

Some Attrition, 1915
Austrian Civilian: " Hullo, old man, you look a bit dicky" Austrian Army: " So would you if you d been annihilated about a hundred and twenty-two times" Date: 1915

Background imageImages Dated 29th July 2016: Garments for Women Who Work, WW1

Garments for Women Who Work, WW1
First World War advertisement for clothing from Mrs Oliver Ltd of 39 Old Bond Street, featuring some suggested, garments for women who work

Background imageImages Dated 29th July 2016: The season in Cairo: January crowds even bigger and smarter

The season in Cairo: January crowds even bigger and smarter
Egypt during WW1: Cavalry parade along a Cairo street. The Bystander jovially reports as if they are present for the holiday season, " The fact that Egypt is a seat of war

Background imageImages Dated 29th July 2016: The watch on the Nile by the ship of the desert, 1915

The watch on the Nile by the ship of the desert, 1915
The first British Super-Dreadnought for use against the Turks in Egypt, designed on behalf of the British Government by a friendly Viennese cartoonist. Date: 1915

Background imageImages Dated 29th July 2016: 5th Baron Huntingfield, 1915

5th Baron Huntingfield, 1915
Captain Charles Arcedeckne Vanneck(1883-1969), captain of the 13th Hussars, at the time he had succeeded to the title of the 5th Baron Huntingfield in 1915

Background imageImages Dated 29th July 2016: Viscount Helmsley becomes the 2nd Earl of Feversham, 1915

Viscount Helmsley becomes the 2nd Earl of Feversham, 1915
Charles Duncombe(1879-1916), MP known as Viscount Helmsley, at the time he had succeeded to the title of the 2nd Earl of Feversham in 1915

Background imageImages Dated 29th July 2016: Chinese beauty westernised, 1915

Chinese beauty westernised, 1915
Two young Chinese women in western costume: Misses Amy and May Leu Yuk Lin, daughters of the Chinese ex-Minister, pictured in 1915

Background imageImages Dated 29th July 2016: The Countess of Lisburne, 1915

The Countess of Lisburne, 1915
Our first Chilean peeress: the Countess of Lisburne(-1944). Formerly Mlle Regina Bittencourt, eldest daughter of the minister of the Chilean Legation to London

Background imageImages Dated 29th July 2016: Costumes of the Red Cross: an English nurse, 1915

Costumes of the Red Cross: an English nurse, 1915
Ministering angels and what they are wearing: varieties of the Allied Red Cross headgear. An English nurse, portrayed in 1915. Date: 1915

Background imageImages Dated 29th July 2016: People We Don t Envy: No. 1: The first German salesman

People We Don t Envy: No. 1: The first German salesman
People We Don t Envy: No.1: The first German commercial traveller in England after the war. An imagined senario featured in The Bystander in 1915

Background imageImages Dated 29th July 2016: WW1 Football

WW1 Football
John Bull, in the garb of an English Army officer, appears in the changing room after a football match in an attempt to shame the players into joining the armed forces

Background imageImages Dated 29th July 2016: Goatskin shortages in 1915: humourous alternatives suggested

Goatskin shortages in 1915: humourous alternatives suggested
Hirsuitabilities: A humourous suggestion from Edwin Morrow in responce to the possibility of a shortage in supply of goat skins for soldiers winter overcoats. Date: 1915

Background imageImages Dated 29th July 2016: Costumes of the Red Cross: an Russian nurse, 1915

Costumes of the Red Cross: an Russian nurse, 1915
Ministering angels and what they are wearing: varieties of the Allied Red Cross headgear. A Russian nurse, portrayed in 1915. Date: 1915

Background imageImages Dated 29th July 2016: Costumes of the Red Cross: an Japanese nurse, 1915

Costumes of the Red Cross: an Japanese nurse, 1915
Ministering angels and what they are wearing: varieties of the Allied Red Cross headgear. A Japanese nurse, portrayed in 1915. Date: 1915

Background imageImages Dated 29th July 2016: Costumes of the Red Cross: an French nurse, 1915

Costumes of the Red Cross: an French nurse, 1915
Ministering angels and what they are wearing: varieties of the Allied Red Cross headgear. A French nurse, portrayed in 1915. Date: 1915

Background imageImages Dated 29th July 2016: Advert for Wrights Coal Tar Soap 1915

Advert for Wrights Coal Tar Soap 1915
A patriotic advertisement for Wrights Coal Tar Soap from the First World War with childish depictions of the six allies - Russia, Italy, Britain, France and Japan. Date: 1915

Background imageImages Dated 29th July 2016: Advert for Turnbull and Asser military outfits 1916

Advert for Turnbull and Asser military outfits 1916
For the comfort of our soldiers. Chamois leather drawers, ensure perfect comfort with absolute warmth. The most suitable garment for all those exposed to damp, wind and cold



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