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Images Dated 19th April 2001

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Princess Elizabeth is the toast of the white hunters of East Africa. Armed with Featured 19 Apr 2001 Print

Princess Elizabeth is the toast of the white hunters of East Africa. Armed with

Princess Elizabeth is the toast of the white hunters of East Africa. Armed with her favourite cine-camera, she went hunting "The Four Hooligans", the giant lions which were featured in the Royal Command Film "Where No Vultures Fly". Within 15 minutes of driving into the National Park on the outskirts of the town she found one of the lions lying three feet from his kill under a tree. Her hunting brake cautiously approached to within 20 yards. The Hooligan rose, sauntered a few yards towards her and then turned back. In these few minutes the Princess, hatless and with a kerchief tied round her head, obtained some of the finest close-ups ever taken by a visitor to the preserve. It was the first time Her Royal Highness had ever photographed a lion.
Photo Shows: Princess Elizabeth (front, near side to the lion) and the Duke of Edinburgh, seen at back, photographed in their hunting wagon when they drove through the National Park, in Kenya. The lion and his kill is seen under tree on right.
4th February 1952

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Modem connector Featured 19 Apr 2001 Print

Modem connector

Modem connector. The RJ-11 connector (lower right) links a computer modem to the Internet. A modem (modulator demodulator) translates digital information from a computer into an analogue form that can be passed through existing communications cables, such as those of a telephone network. It also converts analogue data into a digital form. The internet is a global network of computers

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The two scrum halves in the 2003 World Cup final Featured 19 Apr 2001 Print

The two scrum halves in the 2003 World Cup final

Rugby Union - The 2003 World Cup Final - England 20 Australia 17 (a.e.t.)
England srcum half Matt Dawson watches as his opposite number George Gregan passes away. Centre is Australian flanker George Smith.
Telstra Stadium (now Stadium Australia), Sydney, Australia

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