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  • Paris, France - The River Seine upstream of Notre Dame
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    Paris, France - The River Seine upstream of Notre Dame
    03/12/2019
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    Paris, France - The River Seine upstream of Notre Dame (view from the Cathedral) Date: circa 1940 - Rights Managed - 12183465 - Credit: Mary Evans / Grenville Collins P/SIPA - 1904231431

  • TOILET/HAIR/HAIRDRESSERS
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    TOILET/HAIR/HAIRDRESSERS
    02/13/2019
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    The up-to-date hairdresser employs high technology to groom her clients Date: 1923 - Rights Managed - 10028190.JPG - Credit: Mary Evans Picture Library/SIPA - 1902221246

  • Drystone Walls of the North
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    Drystone Walls of the North
    02/13/2019
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    Drystone Walls of the North - First-class drystone walling beside the River at Langdale in the Lake District: Many of the stones for the wall have been picked from the river-bed - a frequent occurrence in the Langdales. The dry summer of 1953 gave a good opportunity for walling by the river. Date: 1956 - Rights Managed - 12284608 - Credit: Illustrated London News Ltd/Mar/SIPA - 1903261140

  • The Dry Stane Dykes of Galloway, Scotland
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    The Dry Stane Dykes of Galloway, Scotland
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    The Dry Stane Dykes of Galloway, Scotland - Quality and Quantity: Mr C S Jardine standing alongside the excellent dyke he built in four hours to win both a special award for speed and the Challenge Cup for workmanship. Date: 1945 - Rights Managed - 12284611 - Credit: Illustrated London News Ltd/Mar/SIPA - 1903261141

  • Drystone Walls of the North
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    Drystone Walls of the North
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    Drystone Walls of the North - Huge boulders form a base for this drystone wall in the Langdales: they provide a firm and good foundation as the wall will be required to withstand frequent rushes of water. A stone put out of place will soon expose the core of the wall to the weather. Date: 1956 - Rights Managed - 12284609 - Credit: Illustrated London News Ltd/Mar/SIPA - 1903261141

  • Drystone Walls of the North
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    Drystone Walls of the North
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    Drystone Walls of the North - Erecting a drystone wall in Swindale Valley, near Haweswater. Date: 1956 - Rights Managed - 12284610 - Credit: Illustrated London News Ltd/Mar/SIPA - 1903261141

  • Louise Brooks
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    Louise Brooks
    02/13/2019
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    Louise Brooks (1906 - 1985), American silent film actress and dancer Date: 1928 - Rights Managed - 10086347 - Credit: Mary Evans Picture Library/SIPA - 1902221327

  • Photographing the World
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    Photographing the World
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    WTC [i.e. World Transportation Commission] members inside their private railway car, 1895. Date: 1895 - Rights Managed - 12279126.JPG - Credit: Mary Evans / Media Drum Images/SIPA - 1903141219

  • Photographing the World
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    Photographing the World
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    Naked Maori boys bathing, 1895. Date: - Rights Managed - 12279124.JPG - Credit: Mary Evans / Media Drum Images/SIPA - 1903141219

  • The Korean War
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    The Korean War
    02/12/2019
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    The Korean War - Preparing a US aircraft for launch (from an Aircraft Carrier?). Date: - Rights Managed - 12279378.JPG - Credit: Mary Evans / Media Drum Images/SIPA - 1903141220

  • The Battle of Tarawa Colourised
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    The Battle of Tarawa Colourised
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    WW2 - Battle of Tarawa - Cpl Robert E Voorhees standing while carrying supplies during the Battle of Tarawa at Red Beach, Bieto, Tarawa. November 22, 1943. Date: 1943 - Rights Managed - 12279370.JPG - Credit: Mary Evans / Media Drum Images/SIPA - 1903141220

  • Zeppelin Blitz Anniversary
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    Zeppelin Blitz Anniversary
    02/12/2019
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    WW1 - Home Front - Zeppelin Blitz - Damage caused by fragments of bursting bombs, thrown from Zeppelins. A stripped cherry tree and smashed windows are shown. Date: - Rights Managed - 12279364.JPG - Credit: Mary Evans / Media Drum Images/SIPA - 1903141220

  • Zeppelin Blitz Anniversary
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    Zeppelin Blitz Anniversary
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    WW1 - Home Front - Zeppelin Blitz - A hole and the damage caused by the Zeppelin raids in England in 1915. Date: - Rights Managed - 12279363.JPG - Credit: Mary Evans / Media Drum Images/SIPA - 1903141220

  • WW2 Stalingrad Anniversary
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    WW2 Stalingrad Anniversary
    02/12/2019
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    The Battle of Stalingrad - defeat of Hitler's Nazi's during WW2 - The center of Stalingrad after liberation - Winter 1943. Date: 1943 - Rights Managed - 12279356.JPG - Credit: Mary Evans / Media Drum Images/SIPA - 1903141220

  • WW2 Stalingrad Anniversary
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    WW2 Stalingrad Anniversary
    02/12/2019
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    The Battle of Stalingrad - defeat of Hitler's Nazi's during WW2 - Italian driver of the FIAT truck lies dead on the periphery of Stalingrad, Feb 1943. Date: 1943 - Rights Managed - 12279354.JPG - Credit: Mary Evans / Media Drum Images/SIPA - 1903141220

  • WW1 Heroes
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    WW1 Heroes
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    Scene in Paris, France, at end of WW1. Date: - Rights Managed - 12279351.JPG - Credit: Mary Evans / Media Drum Images/SIPA - 1903141220

  • WW1 Devastation in Colour
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    WW1 Devastation in Colour
    02/12/2019
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    WW1 Devastation - Horses transporting shells in horrific conditions. Date: - Rights Managed - 12279343.JPG - Credit: Mary Evans / Media Drum Images/SIPA - 1903141220

  • WW1 Across the World
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    WW1 Across the World
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    WW1 - The Great Nave -Wounded Soldiers Performing Arms Drill at the end of their medical treatment. Date: - Rights Managed - 12279341.JPG - Credit: Mary Evans / Media Drum Images/SIPA - 1903141220

  • WW1 100
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    WW1 100
    02/12/2019
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    WW1 - Irish Soldiers and civilians outside Collins Barracks, Dublin. Date: - Rights Managed - 12279331.JPG - Credit: Mary Evans / Media Drum Images/SIPA - 1903141220

  • WW1 100
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    WW1 100
    02/12/2019
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    WW1 - A German Field Artillery crew poses with a 7.7 cm Feldkanone 96 field gun in 1914. Date: 1914 - Rights Managed - 12279330.JPG - Credit: Mary Evans / Media Drum Images/SIPA - 1903141220

  • WW1 100
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    WW1 100
    02/12/2019
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    WW1 - Horses pull makeshift sleds through the mud. Date: - Rights Managed - 12279327.JPG - Credit: Mary Evans / Media Drum Images/SIPA - 1903141220

  • WW1 100
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    WW1 100
    02/12/2019
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    WW1 - This official photograph of a warm, dry, well-fed, smiling 'Tommy Atkins' at the front created an impression far removed from reality. Spirits were high initially however, when it was thought that the war would be over in a matter of months. Date: - Rights Managed - 12279322.JPG - Credit: Mary Evans / Media Drum Images/SIPA - 1903141220

  • WW1 100
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    WW1 100
    02/12/2019
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    WW1 - Soldiers build a new dug out as they advance. Date: - Rights Managed - 12279321.JPG - Credit: Mary Evans / Media Drum Images/SIPA - 1903141220

  • WW1 100
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    WW1 100
    02/12/2019
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    WW1 - On 22nd May 1915, the Quintinshill rail disaster occurred near Gretna Green, Scotland at Quintinshill on the Caledonian Railway Main Line linking Glasgow and Carlisle. The crash, which involved five trains, killed a probable 226 and injured 246 and remains the worst rail crash in British history in terms of loss of life. Those killed were mainly Territorial soldiers from the 1/7th (Leith) Battalion, the Royal Scots heading for Gallipoli. The precise death toll was never established with...

  • WW1 100
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    WW1 100
    02/12/2019
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    WW1 - A Maori sergeant wearing the badges of the New Zealand Native Contingent, Paris, 1917. Date: 1917 - Rights Managed - 12279316.JPG - Credit: Mary Evans / Media Drum Images/SIPA - 1903141220

  • WW1 100
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    WW1 100
    02/12/2019
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    WW1 - French cyclists. Date: - Rights Managed - 12279308.JPG - Credit: Mary Evans / Media Drum Images/SIPA - 1903141219

  • WW1 100
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    WW1 100
    02/12/2019
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    WW1 - Charles Dejalma Moucan, a tirailleur (French for 'sharpshooter') of the 4th Algerian Rifle Regiment de Tirailleurs Algeriens in Sousse Tunisia circa 1916. During WW1 tirailleurs from North African territories served on the Western Front as well as at Gallipoli, incurring heavy losses. Note the 'dog tag' on his wrist - two were issued one for the wrist, the other was worn around the neck. Date: circa 1916 - Rights Managed - 12279307.JPG - Credit: Mary Evans / Media Drum...

  • WW1 100
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    WW1 100
    02/12/2019
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    WW1 - Soldiers inspect a garden and destroyed cherry tree, following a raid made by a single German aeroplane on Colchester on 21st February 1915. The bomb landed in the back garden of 41 Butt Road, the home of Quartermaster-Sergeant Rabjohn of 20th Hussars and his family. Rabjohn, his wife and their child escaped injury. Date: 1915 - Rights Managed - 12279302.JPG - Credit: Mary Evans / Media Drum Images/SIPA - 1903141219

  • WW1 100
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    WW1 100
    02/12/2019
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    WW1 - Damage in the yard of the home of vet and blacksmith Mr T.H. Walden in East Street off Albert Street, King's Lynn, following a Zeppelin raid which took place on 19th January 1915. Despite the huge amount of damage caused by the bomb, the whole family - mother, father and three children - escaped with their lives. Next door, however, three of the four occupants suffered injury but only one needed hospital treatment. Date: 1915 - Rights Managed - 12279299.JPG - Credit: Mary Evans /...

  • Port Sunlight - Cheshire, Merseyside - Men's Social Club
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    Port Sunlight - Cheshire, Merseyside - Men's Social Club
    02/12/2019
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    Port Sunlight - Cheshire, Merseyside - Men's Social Club and Bowling Green. Date: circa 1910s - Rights Managed - 12160275.JPG - Credit: Mary Evans / Grenville Collins P/SIPA - 1903261045

  • T & W Farmiloe Limited - Rochester Row, Westminster, London
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    T & W Farmiloe Limited - Rochester Row, Westminster, London
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    The warehouses of T & W Farmiloe Limited - Rochester Row, Westminster, London. In 1914 the company were manufacturing of Lead, White Lead, Paint, Colour and Varnish, Glass, Brassfounders and Sanitary Engineers. Specialities: Sheet Lead, Lead and Compo Pipe, Glass of all kinds, "Nine Elms" Brand of Pure Paint, Putty and Painters' Goods. Date: circa 1910s - Rights Managed - 12160274.JPG - Credit: Mary Evans / Grenville Collins P/SIPA - 1903261045

  • WW1 100
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    WW1 100
    02/12/2019
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    WW1 - Arthur James Langran served with the Leicestershire Regiment (later Royal Leicestershire Regiment) during the First World War. His son Peter Francis Langran served with the same regiment during the Second World War. Date: - Rights Managed - 12279295.JPG - Credit: Mary Evans / Media Drum Images/SIPA - 1903141219

  • WW1 100
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    WW1 100
    02/12/2019
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    WW1 - Bahadur (Bhaz Gul) was a hero of the 59th Scinde Rifles, who was promoted in the field for gallantry at the Battle of Neuve Chapelle (10th-13th March 1915). With an officer and two other men, he was in a captured German trench when volunteers were called for to rescue some wounded men. Bahadur volunteered and, though exposed to heavy fire, succeeded in rescuing one man, and went back again to rescue a second, when he was hit by a German bullet and was severely wounded. Date: 1915 -...

  • WW1 100
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    WW1 100
    02/12/2019
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    WW1 - Canadian cyclists. Date: - Rights Managed - 12279282.JPG - Credit: Mary Evans / Media Drum Images/SIPA - 1903141219

  • WW1 100
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    WW1 100
    02/12/2019
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    WW1 - Welsh Guardsmen in a reserve trench, Guillemont, September 1916. The Battle of Guillemont was part of the Battle of the Somme, the largest battle of the First World War, with over 1,000,000 men wounded or killed over both sides. Date: 1916 - Rights Managed - 12279280.JPG - Credit: Mary Evans / Media Drum Images/SIPA - 1903141219

  • Women's Suffrage in Colour
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    Women's Suffrage in Colour
    02/12/2019
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    A woman peers through a smashed window at Holloway prison, following a nearby explosion at a suffragette safe house backing onto the prison. Date: - Rights Managed - 12279275.JPG - Credit: Mary Evans / Media Drum Images/SIPA - 1903141219

  • Women's Suffrage in Colour
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    Women's Suffrage in Colour
    02/12/2019
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    Emmeline and her daughters Christabel and Sylvia, at Waterloo station, 4th October 1911. Emmeline was setting off for a lecture tour of the US and Canada. Date: 1911 - Rights Managed - 12279274.JPG - Credit: Mary Evans / Media Drum Images/SIPA - 1903141219

  • Women's Suffrage in Colour
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    Women's Suffrage in Colour
    02/12/2019
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    Suffragette Mabel Capper was arrested in Bow Street in 1912. She wears the colours of the WSPU, with a purple, white and green medal ribbon. Emmeline Pethick-Lawrence, editor of the weekly newspaper, Votes for Women, wrote, 'Purple as everyone knows is the royal colour, it stands for the royal blood that flows in the veins of every suffragette, the instinct of freedom and dignity. White stands for purity in private and public life.. Green is the colour of hope and the emblem of spring.'...

  • Women's Suffrage in Colour
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    Women's Suffrage in Colour
    02/12/2019
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    Emmeline Pankhurst is arrested by Superintendant Rolfe outside Buckingham Palace, while trying to present a petition to HM King George V in May 1914. Date: 1914 - Rights Managed - 12279271.JPG - Credit: Mary Evans / Media Drum Images/SIPA - 1903141219

  • Women's Suffrage in Colour
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    Women's Suffrage in Colour
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    Emmeline Pankhurst c1913. Date: circa 1913 - Rights Managed - 12279270.JPG - Credit: Mary Evans / Media Drum Images/SIPA - 1903141219

  • Western Front Colours
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    Western Front Colours
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    WW2 - Po Valley. Date: 1944 - Rights Managed - 12279262.JPG - Credit: Mary Evans / Media Drum Images/SIPA - 1903141219

  • Western Front Colours
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    Western Front Colours
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    WW2 - Liberation Day, France. Date: 1944 - Rights Managed - 12279260.JPG - Credit: Mary Evans / Media Drum Images/SIPA - 1903141219

  • Weird War in Colour
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    Weird War in Colour
    02/12/2019
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    Finnish artillery corporal Niman sculping a feminine figure in sand, during the Continuation War, Valkjarvi, c. 1943. During the trench warfare stage of the Continuation War, reserve soldiers had to come out with ideas so time and waiting would be less painful. Date: circa 1943 - Rights Managed - 12279257.JPG - Credit: Mary Evans / Media Drum Images/SIPA - 1903141219

  • Weird War in Colour
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    Weird War in Colour
    02/12/2019
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    Comparision between a British WWI veteran soldier armed with a rifle with a soldier in a full suit of medieval armour with an axe, October 1917. During the beginning of the 20th century, plate armour saw a revival due to the introduction of shrapnel in modern warfare. Date: 1917 - Rights Managed - 12279256.JPG - Credit: Mary Evans / Media Drum Images/SIPA - 1903141219

  • Weapons of War
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    Weapons of War
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    Weapons of War - Maori soldiers with Bren light machine guns. Date: - Rights Managed - 12279250.JPG - Credit: Mary Evans / Media Drum Images/SIPA - 1903141219

  • War Cry in Colour
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    War Cry in Colour
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    WW2 - A few of the thousands of wedding rings the Germans removed from Holocaust Victims to salvage the gold. The U.S. troops found rings, watches, precious stones, eyeglasses, and gold fillings, near Buchenwald concentration camp. 5 May 1945. Date: 1945 - Rights Managed - 12279242.JPG - Credit: Mary Evans / Media Drum Images/SIPA - 1903141219

  • War Cry in Colour
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    War Cry in Colour
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    An Allied soldier holds up a fish. Date: - Rights Managed - 12279240.JPG - Credit: Mary Evans / Media Drum Images/SIPA - 1903141219

  • Vintage Colourised Halloween
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    Vintage Colourised Halloween
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    Vintage Colourised Halloween. Date: - Rights Managed - 12279232.JPG - Credit: Mary Evans / Media Drum Images/SIPA - 1903141219

  • Vietnam War in Colour
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    Vietnam War in Colour
    02/12/2019
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    Vietnam War - US riflemen from the 173rd Airborne Brigade charge toward Viet Cong positions, holding machine guns in a wooded area of War Zone D during the Vietnam War, March 21, 1967. Date: 1967 - Rights Managed - 12279231.JPG - Credit: Mary Evans / Media Drum Images/SIPA - 1903141219

  • Victorian Asylum in Colour
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    Victorian Asylum in Colour
    02/12/2019
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    Victorian asylum patients - Henry John from Pontypridd believed he was a multi-millionaire - grandiose ideas which saw him part with reality. Date: - Rights Managed - 12279228.JPG - Credit: Mary Evans / Media Drum Images/SIPA - 1903141219

  • Victorian Asylum in Colour
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    Victorian Asylum in Colour
    02/12/2019
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    Victorian asylum patients - Acute melanchoilia sufferer Llewellyn Salmon from Pontardawe thought he was the devil. Date: - Rights Managed - 12279227.JPG - Credit: Mary Evans / Media Drum Images/SIPA - 1903141219

  • Victorian Asylum in Colour
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    Victorian Asylum in Colour
    02/12/2019
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    Victorian asylum patients - Menston Asylum. John Constantin, deaf mute, admitted aged just 10, buried Buckle Lane, 55 years in containment and care. Date: - Rights Managed - 12279220.JPG - Credit: Mary Evans / Media Drum Images/SIPA - 1903141219

  • Victorian Asylum in Colour
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    Victorian Asylum in Colour
    02/12/2019
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    Victorian asylum patients - One of these examples, has been photographed as an illustration for this Paper by Mr. George Bracey, and fairly typifies its physiognomy. The vacant expression, open mouth, dribbling saliva, and fixed attitude, which is preserved by this patient constatnly, are very characteristic. Perhaps the fault of the photograph is that the expression is not quite vacant enough for a case of acute dementia, in which there is generally some drooping of the eyelids, with a...

  • Victorian Asylum in Colour
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    Victorian Asylum in Colour
    02/12/2019
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    Victorian asylum patients - Colney Hatch asylum records. Date: - Rights Managed - 12279217.JPG - Credit: Mary Evans / Media Drum Images/SIPA - 1903141219

  • Victorian Asylum in Colour
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    Victorian Asylum in Colour
    02/12/2019
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    Victorian asylum patients. Date: - Rights Managed - 12279216.JPG - Credit: Mary Evans / Media Drum Images/SIPA - 1903141219

  • Victorian Asylum in Colour
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    Victorian Asylum in Colour
    02/12/2019
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    Victorian asylum patients. Date: - Rights Managed - 12279215.JPG - Credit: Mary Evans / Media Drum Images/SIPA - 1903141219

  • Victorian Asylum in Colour
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    Victorian Asylum in Colour
    02/12/2019
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    Victorian asylum patients - Did losing a child to Scarlet fever and suffering three miscarriages give this woman a breakdown? Date: - Rights Managed - 12279213.JPG - Credit: Mary Evans / Media Drum Images/SIPA - 1903141219

  • Victorian Asylum in Colour
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    Victorian Asylum in Colour
    02/12/2019
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    Victorian asylum patients - There's machinery moving in my mind - John Phillips of Gower, whose facial growth led him to believe he was cursed. Date: - Rights Managed - 12279212.JPG - Credit: Mary Evans / Media Drum Images/SIPA - 1903141219

  • Victorian Asylum in Colour
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    Victorian Asylum in Colour
    02/12/2019
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    Victorian asylum patients - Patient at Surrey County Lunatic Asylum. Date: circa 1850s - Rights Managed - 12279210.JPG - Credit: Mary Evans / Media Drum Images/SIPA - 1903141219

  • US Frontier in Colour
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    US Frontier in Colour
    02/12/2019
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    US Wild West - the American Frontier - The Horse Wrangler, Bonham, Texas, June, 1910. Date: 1910 - Rights Managed - 12279209.JPG - Credit: Mary Evans / Media Drum Images/SIPA - 1903141219

  • US Frontier in Colour
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    US Frontier in Colour
    02/12/2019
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    US Wild West - the American Frontier - The Cow Boy 1887. Date: 1887 - Rights Managed - 12279206.JPG - Credit: Mary Evans / Media Drum Images/SIPA - 1903141219

  • Spanish Flu Centenary
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    Spanish Flu Centenary
    02/12/2019
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    The Spanish Flu Epidemic - 1918 flu outbreak (Red Cross Litter Carriers, Washington, D.C.). Date: 1918 - Rights Managed - 12279174.JPG - Credit: Mary Evans / Media Drum Images/SIPA - 1903141219

  • Spanish Civil War Activists
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    Spanish Civil War Activists
    02/12/2019
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    Spanish Civil War Activists - Republican soldiers crossing the Spanish-French border in the Pyrenees, March 1938. Date: 1938 - Rights Managed - 12279173.JPG - Credit: Mary Evans / Media Drum Images/SIPA - 1903141219

  • Spanish Civil War Activists
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    Spanish Civil War Activists
    02/12/2019
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    Spanish Civil War Activists - Commander of the Republican women's squad on the Western Front of Madrid, January 1937. Date: 1937 - Rights Managed - 12279172.JPG - Credit: Mary Evans / Media Drum Images/SIPA - 1903141219

  • Spanish Civil War Activists
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    Spanish Civil War Activists
    02/12/2019
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    Spanish Civil War Activists - Rebel soldiers aiming in trenches near Navacerrada during the first winter of the war, Sierra de Guadarrama, December 1936. Date: 1936 - Rights Managed - 12279171.JPG - Credit: Mary Evans / Media Drum Images/SIPA - 1903141219

  • Spanish Civil War Activists
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    Spanish Civil War Activists
    02/12/2019
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    Spanish Civil War Activists - Spanish militia volunteer standing on 155-millimetre howitzer 1917 Schneider, Barcelona, mid-August 1936. Date: 1936 - Rights Managed - 12279170.JPG - Credit: Mary Evans / Media Drum Images/SIPA - 1903141219

  • Spanish Civil War Activists
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    Spanish Civil War Activists
    02/12/2019
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    Spanish Civil War Activists - Jose Hugues, a 73-year-old Republican volunteer fighting on the Aragonese front, September 1936. Date: 1936 - Rights Managed - 12279169.JPG - Credit: Mary Evans / Media Drum Images/SIPA - 1903141219

  • Spanish Civil War Activists
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    Spanish Civil War Activists
    02/12/2019
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    Spanish Civil War Activists - Francoist artillery positions during the early stages of the war, West of Madrid, November 1936. Date: 1936 - Rights Managed - 12279168.JPG - Credit: Mary Evans / Media Drum Images/SIPA - 1903141219

  • San Fran Quake Anniversary
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    San Fran Quake Anniversary
    02/12/2019
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    The San Francisco Earthquake - Residents overlokoing downtown San Francisco as fires break out across the city / THE DESTRUCTION caused by the fatal Great San Francisco Earthquake that struck in 1906 has been laid bare in a series of stunning colourised images on the anniversary of one of the most devastating natural disasters in history. The photos show the dilapidated foundations of buildings, and bewildered survivors surrounded by the rubble of what was once their home city. Royston...

  • Russian Revolution in Colour
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    Russian Revolution in Colour
    02/12/2019
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    Russian Revolution - February revolution in Russia 1917. Date: 1917 - Rights Managed - 12279159.JPG - Credit: Mary Evans / Media Drum Images/SIPA - 1903141219

  • Royals in Colour
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    Royals in Colour
    02/12/2019
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    The British Royal Family - Queen Victoria. Date: - Rights Managed - 12279142.JPG - Credit: Mary Evans / Media Drum Images/SIPA - 1903141219

  • Rasputin In Colour
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    Rasputin In Colour
    02/12/2019
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    The notorious 'Mad Monk' Grigori Rasputin, whose sinister influence led to the downfall of the Romanovs in Russia. have been released. The Tsarina was so concerned over the health of her haemophiliac son that she would do almost anything the mystic healer demanded. Date: - Rights Managed - 12279136.JPG - Credit: Mary Evans / Media Drum Images/SIPA - 1903141219

  • Rasputin In Colour
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    Rasputin In Colour
    02/12/2019
    MARY EVANS/SIPA
    The notorious 'Mad Monk' Grigori Rasputin, whose sinister influence led to the downfall of the Romanovs in Russia. have been released. The Tsarina was so concerned over the health of her haemophiliac son that she would do almost anything the mystic healer demanded. Date: - Rights Managed - 12279135.JPG - Credit: Mary Evans / Media Drum Images/SIPA - 1903141219

  • Rasputin In Colour
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    Rasputin In Colour
    02/12/2019
    MARY EVANS/SIPA
    The notorious 'Mad Monk' Grigori Rasputin, whose sinister influence led to the downfall of the Romanovs in Russia. have been released. The Tsarina was so concerned over the health of her haemophiliac son that she would do almost anything the mystic healer demanded. Date: - Rights Managed - 12279134.JPG - Credit: Mary Evans / Media Drum Images/SIPA - 1903141219

  • Rasputin In Colour
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    Rasputin In Colour
    02/12/2019
    MARY EVANS/SIPA
    The notorious 'Mad Monk' Grigori Rasputin, whose sinister influence led to the downfall of the Romanovs in Russia. have been released. The Tsarina was so concerned over the health of her haemophiliac son that she would do almost anything the mystic healer demanded. Date: - Rights Managed - 12279133.JPG - Credit: Mary Evans / Media Drum Images/SIPA - 1903141219

  • Photographing the World
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    Photographing the World
    02/12/2019
    MARY EVANS/SIPA
    Goldi shaman priest and assistant. Date: - Rights Managed - 12279127.JPG - Credit: Mary Evans / Media Drum Images/SIPA - 1903141219

  • Photographing the World
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    Photographing the World
    02/12/2019
    MARY EVANS/SIPA
    Five Japanese men on railroad locomotive. Date: - Rights Managed - 12279120.JPG - Credit: Mary Evans / Media Drum Images/SIPA - 1903141218

  • Photographing the World
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    Photographing the World
    02/12/2019
    MARY EVANS/SIPA
    A railway station in India, 1895. Date: 1895 - Rights Managed - 12279119.JPG - Credit: Mary Evans / Media Drum Images/SIPA - 1903141218

  • Photographing the World
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    Photographing the World
    02/12/2019
    MARY EVANS/SIPA
    Peking [i.e. Hong Kong] - street scene. Date: - Rights Managed - 12279118.JPG - Credit: Mary Evans / Media Drum Images/SIPA - 1903141218

  • Photographing the World
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    Photographing the World
    02/12/2019
    MARY EVANS/SIPA
    Peking - inside view of gateway leading toward the Emperor's Palace. Date: - Rights Managed - 12279116.JPG - Credit: Mary Evans / Media Drum Images/SIPA - 1903141218

  • Photographing the World
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    Photographing the World
    02/12/2019
    MARY EVANS/SIPA
    Sunset on river; houseboat flying large U.S. flag off the American coast, 1895. Date: 1895 - Rights Managed - 12279115.JPG - Credit: Mary Evans / Media Drum Images/SIPA - 1903141218

  • Photographing the World
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    Photographing the World
    02/12/2019
    MARY EVANS/SIPA
    Pyramids and Sphinx, 1895. Date: 1895 - Rights Managed - 12279114.JPG - Credit: Mary Evans / Media Drum Images/SIPA - 1903141218

  • Photographing the World
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    Photographing the World
    02/12/2019
    MARY EVANS/SIPA
    Goldi men with dog sled on Amur River, Russia, 1895. Date: 1895 - Rights Managed - 12279113.JPG - Credit: Mary Evans / Media Drum Images/SIPA - 1903141218

  • Photographing the World
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    Photographing the World
    02/12/2019
    MARY EVANS/SIPA
    Three Korean gentlemen posed on deck of ship, 1895. Date: 1895 - Rights Managed - 12279112.JPG - Credit: Mary Evans / Media Drum Images/SIPA - 1903141218

  • Photographing the World
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    Photographing the World
    02/12/2019
    MARY EVANS/SIPA
    Man in straw hat standing on Buddhist idol at ruins of Borobudur, 1895. Date: 1895 - Rights Managed - 12279111.JPG - Credit: Mary Evans / Media Drum Images/SIPA - 1903141218

  • Photographing the World
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    Photographing the World
    02/12/2019
    MARY EVANS/SIPA
    A Chinese houseboat, 1895. Date: 1895 - Rights Managed - 12279110.JPG - Credit: Mary Evans / Media Drum Images/SIPA - 1903141218

  • Photographing the World
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    Photographing the World
    02/12/2019
    MARY EVANS/SIPA
    Asian River scene with small paddle boats and riverside stily dwellings - possibly Thailand. Date: 1895 - Rights Managed - 12279109.JPG - Credit: Mary Evans / Media Drum Images/SIPA - 1903141218

  • Photographing the World
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    Photographing the World
    02/12/2019
    MARY EVANS/SIPA
    Scene with Temples and Stupas - Thailand. Date: 1895 - Rights Managed - 12279108.JPG - Credit: Mary Evans / Media Drum Images/SIPA - 1903141218

  • Photographing the World
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    Photographing the World
    02/12/2019
    MARY EVANS/SIPA
    Men carrying boxes of tea beside Globe Hotel, India, 1895 Date: 1895 - Rights Managed - 12279106.JPG - Credit: Mary Evans / Media Drum Images/SIPA - 1903141218

  • Sick migrant child in Washington, America
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    Sick migrant child in Washington, America
    02/12/2019
    MARY EVANS/SIPA
    A sick migrant child in Washington, America, August 1939. Date: 1939 - Rights Managed - 12279105.JPG - Credit: Mary Evans / Media Drum Images/SIPA - 1903141218

  • Maud Wagner, America's first professional female tattoo arti
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    Maud Wagner, America's first professional female tattoo arti
    02/12/2019
    MARY EVANS/SIPA
    Maud Wagner, America's first professional female tattoo artist, poses for a portrait in 1907. Date: 1907 - Rights Managed - 12279102.JPG - Credit: Mary Evans / Media Drum Images/SIPA - 1903141218

  • Helen Keller
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    Helen Keller
    02/12/2019
    MARY EVANS/SIPA
    Picture shows Helen Keller, a famous deaf and blind woman, seated with her hand on a braille book as she smells a nearby rose, 1904 Date: 1904 - Rights Managed - 12279098.JPG - Credit: Mary Evans / Media Drum Images/SIPA - 1903141218

  • Civil War soldier Private F.E. Brownell
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    Civil War soldier Private F.E. Brownell
    02/12/2019
    MARY EVANS/SIPA
    Civil War soldier Private F.E. Brownell, awarded the first ever Medal of Honour for his actions for the Union, 1861 Date: 1861 - Rights Managed - 12279096.JPG - Credit: Mary Evans / Media Drum Images/SIPA - 1903141218

  • Sarah Vaughan
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    Sarah Vaughan
    02/12/2019
    MARY EVANS/SIPA
    Sarah Vaughan, a star of America's first ever racially integrated nightclub, 1946. Date: 1946 - Rights Managed - 12279095.JPG - Credit: Mary Evans / Media Drum Images/SIPA - 1903141218

  • Adolf Hitler declares war on America
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    Adolf Hitler declares war on America
    02/12/2019
    MARY EVANS/SIPA
    Adolf Hitler announces to a packed Reichstag that Germany is declaring war on America, December 11, 1941. Date: 1941 - Rights Managed - 12279094.JPG - Credit: Mary Evans / Media Drum Images/SIPA - 1903141218

  • Grigori Rasputin
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    Grigori Rasputin
    02/12/2019
    MARY EVANS/SIPA
    Rasputin, known as the 'Mad Monk', was a mystic healer and confident to the Tsars of Russia, the Romanov family (1910) Date: 1910 - Rights Managed - 12279091.JPG - Credit: Mary Evans / Media Drum Images/SIPA - 1903141218

  • Pearl Harbour Colourised
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    Pearl Harbour Colourised
    02/12/2019
    MARY EVANS/SIPA
    WW2 - Attack on the US Naval Base at Pearl Harbour - Damaged USS California and USS Oklahoma. Date: 1941 - Rights Managed - 12279085.JPG - Credit: Mary Evans / Media Drum Images/SIPA - 1903141218

  • Pearl Harbour Colourised
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    Pearl Harbour Colourised
    02/12/2019
    MARY EVANS/SIPA
    WW2 - Attack on the US Naval Base at Pearl Harbour - Planes burning on Ford Island, Pearl Harbour. Date: 1941 - Rights Managed - 12279083.JPG - Credit: Mary Evans / Media Drum Images/SIPA - 1903141218

  • Pearl Harbour Colourised
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    Pearl Harbour Colourised
    02/12/2019
    MARY EVANS/SIPA
    WW2 - Attack on the US Naval Base at Pearl Harbour - USS Shaw, Pearl Harbour. 7th Dec 1941. Date: 1941 - Rights Managed - 12279082.JPG - Credit: Mary Evans / Media Drum Images/SIPA - 1903141218

  • Pacific War in Colour
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    Pacific War in Colour
    02/12/2019
    MARY EVANS/SIPA
    US Troops fighting in the Pacific War, WW2 - which include the island of Guam currently being threatened with nuclear attack by North Korea. Date: - Rights Managed - 12279069.JPG - Credit: Mary Evans / Media Drum Images/SIPA - 1903141218