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Images Dated 15th February 2006

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open-uri20120929-16077-rp5rdb Featured 15 Feb 2006 Print

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1961 French Grand Prix.
Reims, France. 30 June-2 July 1961.
Wolfgang von Trips (#20) leads Phil Hill (#16), Richie Ginther (#18, all Ferrari 156) at the start. Eventual winner and debutant Giancarlo Baghetti (private Ferrari 156) can be seen centre towards the back of the grid.
World Copyright: LAT Photographic
Ref: Autosport b&w print

Richard I, Coeur de Lion landing at Sandwich, 14 March 1194, (c1880). Artist: William Heysham Overend Featured 15 Feb 2006 Print

Richard I, Coeur de Lion landing at Sandwich, 14 March 1194, (c1880). Artist: William Heysham Overend

Richard I, Coeur de Lion landing at Sandwich in Kent, 14 March 1194, (c1880). Richard the Lionheart (1157-1199), was the eldest son of Henry II and Eleanor of Aquitaine, and second Angevin (Plantagenet) king of England, (1189-1199). On his way home from the Third Crusade (1189-1192) he was shipwrecked and began to make his way across Europe in disguise. He was recognised and held to ransom by Emperor Henry VI. England paid the ransom and Richard was released

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Richard I, Coeur de Lion landing at Jaffa (Joppa), September 1191, (c1880). Artist: William Heysham Overend Featured 15 Feb 2006 Print

Richard I, Coeur de Lion landing at Jaffa (Joppa), September 1191, (c1880). Artist: William Heysham Overend

Richard I, Coeur de Lion landing at Jaffa (Joppa), September 1191, (c1880). Richard the Lionheart (1157-1199) was the eldest son of Henry II and Eleanor of Aquitaine, and second Angevin (Plantagenet) king of England, (1189-1199). During the Third Crusade (1189-1192) Richard led the crusaders against the great Muslim leader, Saladin. Richard is reported to have jumped into the water crying Cursed for ever be he who follows me not! Richard held Jaffa until July 1192 when it fell to Saladin. Richard recaptured it on 31 July, and in September Richard and Saladin signed the Treaty of Jaffa guaranteeing a three-year truce

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