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Images Dated 24th April 2006

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VENEZUELA - ANGEL FALLS, the Worlds tallest waterfall Featured 24 Apr 2006 Print

VENEZUELA - ANGEL FALLS, the Worlds tallest waterfall

AW-6505
VENEZUELA - ANGEL FALLS, the World's tallest waterfall
Canaima National Park.
Adrian Warren
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Rolls Last Flight Featured 24 Apr 2006 Print

Rolls Last Flight

Air pioneer Charles Stewart Rolls (1877 - 1910) of Rolls Royce in his French built Wright biplane which broke up in the air and crashed during Bournemouth Aviation Week, making him the first British pilot to lose his life flying an aeroplane. (Photo by Topical Press Agency/Getty Images)

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Europes 1st Flight Featured 24 Apr 2006 Print

Europes 1st Flight

The flight of 60 metres that won Alberto Santos-Dumont (1873 - 1932), the Brazilian aviator, a prize of 3000 francs, Chateau de Bagatelle, Bois de Boulogne, Paris, France. A later flight also in his 14-bis biplane on 12 Nov 1906 of 220 metres won him the Aero Club de France prize of 1500 francs and set the first ever FAI recognised world record for distance flown. (Photo by Hulton Archive/Getty Images)