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In addition to Aerofilms' own imagery, the firm expanded its holdings with the purchase of two smaller collections - AeroPictorial (1934-1960) and Airviews (1947-1991). Britain from Above is a project aimed at conserving 95,000 of the oldest and most valuable photographs in the Aerofilms collection , namely those dating from 1919 to 1953 Jul 9, 2019 - This Pin was discovered by isla keys. Discover (and save!) your own Pins on Pinteres This thread is for people to post old photos of Birmingham. City centre, inner city, suburbs, black and white, colour, lost streetscapes, existing streetscapes, parks, motorway construction, sporting events, festivals etc. The only limitation is that it must be Birmingham. N.B. Depending on.. Mar 12, 2015 - Part of the Aerofilms collection found on the Britain from Above site. Mar 12, 2015 - Part of the Aerofilms collection found on the Britain from Above site. Wollaton Park and village, Wollaton, 1934. Part of the Aerofilms collection found on the Britain from Above site. Saved by michael cox. 18. Old Pictures Old Photos. The Lawrence Dudley Stamp Land Use Survey of 1934. This was the first comprehensive land use survey of the whole of Britain ever undertaken. The complete series of Britain From Above will be.

Aerofilms. The Britain from Above website features images from the Aerofilms collection, a unique aerial photographic archive of international importance. The collection includes 1.26 million negatives and more than 2000 photograph albums. Dating from 1919 to 2006, the total collection presents an unparalleled picture of the changing face of Britain in the 20th century Mar 12, 2015 - Part of the Aerofilms collection found on the Britain from Above site. Pinterest. Today. Explore. When the auto-complete results are available, use the up and down arrows to review and Enter to select. Touch device users can explore by touch or with swipe gestures. (1934). Wollaton Park and village, Wollaton, 1934. Part of.

  1. The Britain from Above project is a four year project aimed at conserving 95,000 of the oldest and most valuable photographs in the Aerofilms collection, those dating from 1919 to 1953. Once conserved, they are scanned into digital format and made available on The Britain from Above website for the public to see
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  7. The DB-7 (Great Britain) is defended by: . 1 x 7.5 mm MAC 1934 machine gun, dorsal turret (500 rpg) 1 x 7.5 mm MAC 1934 machine gun, ventral turret (500 rpg) Usage in battles. The DB-7 is a very fast aircraft for its rank, it can outrun most aircraft it faces in level flight

Britain's geology, the impact of the weather and the riches beneath our feet. Britain from Above: the Industrial Landscape follows on BBC2. Saturday on BBC2 Simulcast in HD on the BBC HD channel RT DIRECT: hardback book, Britain from Above, only £19.99 (normally E25). Call [number removed] (national rate) and quote ref RTD May 15, 2019 - Explore Sue Sullivan's board Upminster. , followed by 329 people on Pinterest. See more ideas about london places, essex, havering

Jan 21, 2021 - Explore kasse's board St helens on Pinterest. See more ideas about st helens, saint helens, administrative district Northampton St. John's Street station from above in 1934. The photographs in the Britain from Above collection are great if you are hunting for long-vanished railway stations. Have a look at the bottom of this 1934 short of Northampton town centre and you will see a railway station. The station was a large elegant building of a light sandy.

My attention was recently drawn to an amazing, and freely viewable, archive of aerial images on the Britain from Above site. This features images from the Aerofilms collection of 1.26 million negatives dating from 1919 to 2006 which also includes the AeroPictorial (1934-1960) and Airviews (1947-1991) collections Britain From Above - Rare and Fragile Aerial Photos from Aerofilms Collection Conserved. Aberystwyth North Beach on a hot Sunday in July 1947, NPRN: 33035, AFL03_R8767. Aerofilms Ltd, a company set up in 1919, took over 1.2 million aerial photographs of Britain, covering key events and places that make up twentieth-century British history. The Clifton Suspension Bridge, Bristol, from the south-east, 1921 . Britain from Above was a four year project (2010 to 2014) aimed at conserving 95,000 of the oldest and most valuable photographs in the Aerofilms collection*, those dating from 1919 to 1953.Once conserved, the images were scanned into digital format and made available on the Britain from Above website for the public to see Britain's geology, the impact of the weather and the riches beneath our feet. Britain from Above: the Industrial Landscape follows on BBC2. Saturday on BBC2 Simulcast in HD on the BBC HD channel RT DIRECT: hardback book, Britain from Above, only £19.99 (normally E25). Call [number removed] (national rate) and quote ref RTD Aerofilms: A History of Britain From Above By James Crawford, Katy Whitaker and Allan Williams ISBN: 9781848022485 Retail price £25.00. #Aerofilms100. 1. Aerofilms Ltd was established by First World War veteran Francis Lewis Wills and daredevil aviator Claude Grahame-White

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Photo with permission from the Britain from Above collection Looking towards the north-east at Bury Knowsley Street station from the air in 1934. The passenger facilities are clearly shown. Photo with permission from the Britain from Above collectio Liverpool FC Liverpool transfer news, rumours, gossip and speculation including latest on Jurgen Klopp, Jadon Sancho, Saul Niguez, Patson Daka, Florian Neuhaus, Kylian Mbappe, Adama Traore and mor

Aerial photograph taken in June 1933, from Britain from Above. 1897-8 adds, two new wards 1926 Nurses Home, G. H. Widdows (nice) 1928-9 Admissions hospital also by Widdows 1932 Medical Superintendent's house 1933 two villas and two sanatoria for mental deficiency patients proposed 1935 tenders for two parole villas and two convalescent villa The Land. How intensive farming methods introduced during the Second World War have gradually changed the shape of the British landscape. First shown on BBC2. 8.00 Man-Made Britain. Andrew Marr goes on a voyage to discover how some of our most natural-looking landscapes have been shaped by human hands. First shown on BBC1 Waterlow and Layton Printing (1913) The magnificent looking set of high-denomination definitive British stamps shown above were first issued during 1913. These new designs feature the left-facing profile of King George V and an allegorical representation of Britannia Rules the Waves. The allegory depicts Britannia, with a shield and trident, riding through stormy seas in her chariot, led by.

The brand new series of King George V definitive stamps shown above was issued between 1934 and 1936.. These were the first British stamps to be printed in photogravure.. The two-toned shading on these stamps give the designs an incredible three dimensional look, quite a technical achievement for the early 20th Century. The Scott catalog attributes are as follows Australia-United Kingdom relations, also referred to as Anglo-Australian relations, are the relations between the commonwealth realms of Australia and the United Kingdom, marked by historical, cultural, institutional and language ties, extensive people-to-people links, aligned security interests, sporting tournaments (notably The Ashes), and significant trade and investment co-operation In 1934 - the year of Hore-Belisha's potentially fatal encounter - close to two-and-half-million motor vehicles were tearing along Britain's roads, just over half of them private cars

In March 1934 Stalin re-criminalised homosexuality across the whole of the Soviet Union. Henceforth anyone involved in homosexual acts could be sent to prison for three to five years. In the early years of the Russian Revolution, however, homosexuality had been legalised - but this is something you will find little mention of in the literature produced by the official Communist Parties after. You can edit these details. Press the green Edit button.; Type any changes to the title, synopsis or contributor information using the Style Guide for reference. We are trying to reflect the information printed in the magazine. Click the green Submit button. Your changes will only be visible to all users once they have been verified Rhyl History Club present Britain from Above: Wales at Rhyl Library, Museum and Arts Centre 10 August-30 September Britain from Above: Wales is the Royal Commission's travelling exhibition of the oldest and most intriguing of the Aerofilms historical photographs. The Aerofilms Collection is a unique archive of one million aerial photographs dating from 1919 t New series 1/3. The City. Britain is seen from a whole new perspective in this companion show to the BBC1 series at 9pm, which begins with the transformation of London. This film tracks the changes wrought by five years of bombing in the Second World War and shows how a smog-ridden industrial city has been transformed into an upwardly mobile.

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Aerofilms Ltd was the UK's first commercial aerial photography company, founded in 1919 by Francis Wills and Claude Graham White.Wills had served as an Observer with the Royal Naval Air Service during World War I, and was the driving force behind the expansion of the company from an office and a bathroom (for developing films) in Hendon to a business with major contracts in Africa and Asia as. The United Kingdom of Great Britain and Ireland was a sovereign state that existed between 1801 and 1922. It was established by the Acts of Union 1800, which merged the kingdoms of Great Britain and Ireland into a unified state. The establishment of the Irish Free State in 1922 led to the remainder later being renamed the United Kingdom of Great Britain and Northern Ireland in 1927, which.

Wales (Welsh: Cymru ()) is a country that is part of the United Kingdom. It is bordered by England to the east, the Irish Sea to the north and west, and the Bristol Channel to the south. It had a population in 2011 of 3,063,456 and has a total area of 20,779 km 2 (8,023 sq mi). Wales has over 1,680 miles (2,700 km) of coastline and is largely mountainous with its higher peaks in the north and. Newcastle upon Tyne (UK: / ˈ nj uː k ɑː s əl / NEW-kah-səl, locally / nj uː ˈ k æ s əl / new-KASS-əl), often simply Newcastle, is the most populous city and metropolitan borough in North East England.It forms the core of the Tyneside conurbation, the eighth most populous urban area in the United Kingdom. The city is situated on the River Tyne's northern bank, approximately 8.5 mi.

The Kingdom of Great Britain, officially called Great Britain, was a sovereign state in Western Europe from 1 May 1707 to 1 January 1801. The state came into being following the Treaty of Union in 1706, ratified by the Acts of Union 1707, which united the kingdoms of England (which included Wales) and Scotland to form a single kingdom encompassing the whole island of Great Britain and its. Richard Mervyn, Producer: Britain from the Air: Flying Through History. Richard Mervyn is a cinematographer and producer, known for Britain from the Air: Flying Through History (1999), Aerial America (2010) and The Tomorrow People (1973)

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  1. ster Bank didn't know was that since his teenage years, Roberts had been living a double life as an agent of MI5, Britain's domestic security service. He had spied on communist groups in the 1920s, and in 1934 had become MI5's first man inside the British Union of Fascists (BUF), the political party led by the charismatic and.
  2. Hitler purges members of his own Nazi party in Night of the Long Knives. In Germany, Nazi leader Adolf Hitler orders a bloody purge of his own political party, assassinating hundreds of Nazis whom.
  3. 1931: For England and Wales the original sources are tables 16 'Occupations of Males and Females aged 14 years and over', for large towns, and table 17 'Occupations (Condensed List) of Males and Females aged 14 years', for small towns and Rural Districts, in Census, 1931: Classification of Occupations (London: HMSO, 1934)

Through World War II - 1925-1945. No longer the novelty 'horseless carriages' of old, cars flooded onto the streets of Europe and the United States in the 1920s and 30s. BP-labelled gasoline pumps appeared around Britain, often flying little Union Jacks as a patriotic flourish. There were 69 pumps in 1921, over 6,000 by 1925. Toggle. All of the photographs on this page have been taken from the Britain from Above website, and are copyrighted to English Heritage.. The collection of over 95,000 photographs from around the country was based on a series of more than 1.25 million photographs taken by Aerofilms Ltd, a pioneering air survey company set up in 1919 by First World War veterans Francis Lewis Wills and Claude Grahame. Chiang Yee came to Britain with no directly transferable profession and soon turned to painting and illustrating as a means of survival. One of his first commissions, in 1934 was to provide illustrations for Hsiung's play,Lady Precious Stream, when it was published in book form, shortly after its stage success

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THE BATTLE OF BRITAIN A German Perspective Introduction By the spring of 1940 Germany had become the predominant continental power in Europe. The Luftwaffe--built in just six years from virtual nonexistence--had grown to a force of almost one-half million men and more than three thousand combat aircraft DISARMAMENT DISCUSSIONS 1932-1934. Statement of February 1932. THE FIRST General Conference for the Limitation and Reduction of Armaments assembled at Geneva in February 1932. At the Washington Conference of 1922 the principle of limitation had been established by treaty for capital ships of the United States, France, Great Britain, Italy, and. The above photograph forms part of 2,000 aerial photographs taken in the 1930s by Major Allen which are now held in the Ashmolean Museum, Oxford. (1) Today in 1934 Major George Allen took an aerial view of Maiden Castle, Dorset 2,000 years after it was attacked and where many of the native British defenders wer Ellesmere Port Britain From Above pics. By. David Triggs. 13:04, 9 FEB 2016. Updated 13:08, 9 FEB 2016. Lobitos Oil Refinery, Ellesmere Port, October 19341 of 6. The Flour Mills on Lower Mersey Street and canal basin, Ellesmere Port, 19522 of 6. The Bowater Paper Mill, Ellesmere Port, May 19323 of 6

Prince of the United Kingdom of Great Britain and Northern Ireland is a royal title normally granted to sons and grandsons of reigning and past British monarchs.The title is granted by the reigning monarch, who is the fount of all honours, through the issuing of letters patent as an expression of the royal will.. Individuals holding the title of prince will usually also be granted the style of. The 1934 Reciprocal Trade Agreements Act a) raised America's tariff schedule Britain and France acquiesced to the German reoccupation of the Rhineland e) Britain and France declared that an invasion of Poland would mean war all of the above. b. 25. During World War II, the U.S. saved _____ Jews from Nazism. a) about one million b) no c. Stalin had eliminated all likely potential opposition to his leadership by late 1934 and was the unchallenged leader of both party and state. Nevertheless, he proceeded to purge the party rank and file and to terrorize the entire country with widespread arrests and executions. Joseph Stalin launched his revolution from above by. Britain and Ireland were then joined to the Continent, but rising sea levels cut the land bridge between Britain and Ireland by around 11,000 years ago. A large plain between Britain and Continental Europe, known as Doggerland, persisted much longer, probably until around 5600 BC

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  1. Media in category Sculptures in Tate Britain. The following 98 files are in this category, out of 98 total. Figure for Landscape sculpture, Tate Britain (geograph 5246099).jpg 1,162 × 1,600; 443 KB. 'Twenty Four Hours' by Anthony Caro, Tate Britain.JPG 2,696 × 1,840; 557 KB
  2. ate the world—'above all nations.'.
  3. By Noel Sylvestre (1847-1915) [Public domain], via Wikimedia Commons. Treachery and Betrayal. The Treachery of the Long Knives was a legendary event that was allegedly inflicted upon the unsuspecting British King Vortigern and his chieftains by the Saxon mercenary leader Hengist in the 5th century. It was seen as a supreme act of treachery and betrayal by the Britons and is mentioned in the.
  4. In 1934 the Oxford Union, the university debating society that was and is a training ground of Britains future leaders, voted for the proposition That this house will never again fight for King and country. This sent shock waves through the country, and produced anxious editorials about the moral fiber of the nations youth
  5. The 1930s era of Shirley Temple and The Little Rascals bred children with prim and practical fashions due to tough economic times and conservative ideals. Before WWII, children's outfits were often made or tailored in the home. The 1934 Sears catalog modeled girls in dresses with.

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The cinema of the 1930s was dominated by bold, elegant, and beautiful musicals. A.D. Cooper gives us a history of some of the most popular musical filmmakers and stars of the turbulent decade. Looking back at the stylish musicals of the 1930s, it's easy to imagine that the films reflect the zeitgeist of the decade. In [ The Battle of Britain (German: Luftschlacht um England) is the name given to the sustained strategic effort by the German Air Force (Luftwaffe) during the summer and autumn of 1940 to gain air superiority over the Royal Air Force (RAF), especially Fighter Command. The name derives from a speech made on 18 June 1940 in the House of Commons by Prime Minister Winston Churchill. He said: The. In Britain too, as Figure 6 shows, approximately 10% of firms from the interwar period through the 1950s always or often sent out management letters. One auditor remembered: We did that in 1934 It was a letter that went out with the final accounts and the audit report

The Question of Civilian Neuroses in Britain. Recent scholarship has argued convincingly that debates in Britain that linked the incidence of civilian neuroses with air raids and declining civilian morale diminished throughout the course of the war, especially as the threat of a German invasion subsided. 36 Yet questions about the incidence of neuroses in Britain, as well the relationship. Victoria became queen at the age of 18 after the death of her uncle, William IV. She reigned for more than 60 years, longer than any other British monarch. Her reign was a period of significant. Mr R Beere's pass certificate (Photo above used with permission of M Beere). Compulsory testing was brought in on 1 June 1935 for all drivers and riders who started driving on or after 1 April 1934 We have featured this site before. Today news arrives of some 8000 new images added to what was already an amazing resource. Many of these are from the 1930s - so surprisingly early for aerial..

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Founded in 1934, we are a UK charity governed by Royal Charter and a UK public body. Above all one of the ironies of the research we cover in this volume is outward-looking 'global Britain', which plays a stronger international role. If the UK is to thrive outside the EU, this. In Britain , death by hanging The beams were 11 feet above the trapdoors and were generally set into the wall at each end, there being no uprights. This practice had ceased in most places by the early 1900's and entirely by 1934. After the execution it was the sheriff's duty to notify the Home Secretary that the execution had taken. GREAT BRITAIN'S TRADE WITH THE BRITISH EMPIRE Total Exports.—Great Britain's exports to all countries ex panded by 82% between the decades beginning in 187o and 1925. Exports to the empire expanded in the same period by 152%. This is shown in Table I below in which post-war export values have been scaled down to 1913 prices The map above shows how Imperial passengers in 1934 could get from London to Singapore at a cost of £180 (about £10,900 or $17,600 when adjusted for inflation). What a deal

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  1. istrative rationalization. In the interwar years the level of integration of labour, capital, and.
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  3. The passage above is an example of which of the following processes occurring in the eighteenth century? Great Britain's development of the industry referred to in the first paragraph during the late eighteenth and early nineteenth centuries is best explained by the fact that British factories were the first to 1934. Poster text: Raise.
  4. Women's suffrage, the right of women by law to vote in national or local elections. Women were excluded from voting in ancient Greece and republican Rome as well as in the few democracies that had emerged in Europe by the end of the 18th century. The first country to give women the right to vote was New Zealand (1893)
  5. Supermarine Spitfire, Britain's premier fighter plane from 1938 through World War II. Quadrant/Flight. The Spitfire was designed by Reginald Mitchell of Supermarine Ltd., in response to a 1934 Air Ministry specification calling for a high-performance fighter with an armament of eight wing-mounted .303-inch (7.7-mm) machine guns

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  1. zAddress as above. E-mail address:Tadeusz.Gwiazdowski@manchester.ac.uk 1. Britain recovered robustly for the rest of the 1930s with an average real GDP growth rate of by March before essentially flat-lining after July 1932 up to the end of 1934. Various measure
  2. Photographic Prints: Separated from the records, described above, of the commission established pursuant to the 1856 act, and showing northwest boundary markers erected under the treaty of June 15, 1846 (United States-Great Britain), 1860- 61 (NW, 7 images). See also 76.11
  3. 1934-1937, Part 1 & 2 st ed, 171+ 4 & 144+4 pages, card in two volumes, $100.00 $62.50 Above but, 1844 volume, 112 pages, leather bound per above, $115.00 Great Britain: The 1840 Prepaid Parliamentary Envelopes by Alan Huggins and Edward Klempka, a detailed illustrated listing of the various imprints, illustrations of the full covers and.
  4. Directed by John Baxter. With George Carney, Ben Field, Mark Daly, Helena Pickard. A group of theatre workers and artistes come together to organize a Variety Benefit evening for an ailing Music Hall
  5. 1920s Britain at work and play: Glorious National Geographic colour photographs capture an innocent age a century ago who died in 1934 aged just 44, had instructions to record its farms, towns.
  6. GEORGE V KING EMPEROR / Crown above center hole Coin value - $4-5 . 1/2 penny 1934 copper-nickel FIJI 1934 HALF PENNY GEORGE V KING EMPEROR / Crown above center hole Coin value - $25-30 . Edward VIII king of Great Britain (1936) 1 penny 1936 copper-nickel FIJI 1936 PENNY EDWARD VIII KING EMPEROR / Crown above center hole Coin value - $10-1
  7. Footnote 15 The crystallising image of the Irish poor in Britain as dirty, disease carrying, profligate and, above all, inferior to the British working class - views which found expression in many 'condition of England' reports from the 1830s to the 1850s - was fortified by the immigration and disease crisis of the late 1840s. Certainly.
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Institutional equity investing in Britain from 1900 to 2000 - Volume 26 Issue 1. Footnote 6 Ross Goobey was a trainee actuary between 1934 and 1936 at Legal & General and Raynes, believing that these exposures were likely to produce above-average market returns over the long term Elevation above sea level: 2,334 m ; Authority control New Guinea, and portion of New Britain, Published 1934.jpg. Arawe Landings.png. Backhander Staging Area - New Britain - New Guinea.png. Bougainville - Carte Port-Praslin.jpg. Cape Gloucester - Map01.png. Cape Gloucester. The Daily News (Perth, WA : 1882 - 1950), Fri 2 Nov 1934, Page 6 - BRITAIN'S SUBMARINE PERIL. You have corrected this article This article has been corrected by You and other Voluntroves This article has been corrected by Voluntroves $ Close Captcha. Already got a Trove account. Meet the 'Glamour Boys' Who Warned Britain about Nazism by Daniel Adamson In the 1920s and 1930s of buttoned-up Britain, homosexuality was an illicit act, and would remain that way until 1967.

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Summary Signing up for a free account with Britain From Above means you get access to incredibly detailed versions of photos of Britain from the sky taken up to 100 years ago. The website is at https://britainfromabove.org.uk/ I've shared a number of detailed snaps taken after zooming into particular parts of individual photos on the Los School Milk in Britain, 1900-1934 1It seems to be generally accepted that school meals played a small but important role in the creation of conceptual and practical space for the first green shoots of the modern welfare state, and that their provision, no matter how modest at the outset, therefore represented a major departure in the history of social policy. 2 For Bentley Gilbert: The passage. Early in 1934 Sydney Camm, chief designer of Hawker Aircraft, learned of the work being undertaken by Rolls-Royce to develop a powerful new engine, then known as the PV-12. At that time, the Hawker design team had been working on a fighter project known as the Fury Monoplane which had been designed around the 660 hp Rolls-Royce Goshawk steam. A 1934 used (circulated) English one penny coin in good condition and struck by the UK Royal Mint. The coin is made from Bronze weighs approx 9.45 grammes and is 30.80 mm in diameter, the edge is plain. These coins would be ideal for making pieces of Jewellery from or other craftmaking projects o Ron Britain 1934-2020. posted on October 26, 2020 at 6:00 am by Robert Feder. SHARE. Tweet. Ron Britain. Ron Britain, a gifted radio performer with a brilliantly creative mind and a sensitive soul.