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Images Dated 9th August 2007

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Albania. Gjirokaster. Castle, 18th century and the clock tow Featured 9 Aug 2007 Print

Albania. Gjirokaster. Castle, 18th century and the clock tow

Albania. Gjirokaster. Castle built in 18th century ordered by the tribal leader Gjin Bue Shpata and the clock tower added in 1811 by the Ottoman governor Ali Pasha of Tepelena. The citadel houses weapons of the First and Second World War. Date: 20070809

© Thaliastock / Mary Evans

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Machine gun. Military Museum of the Citadel. Gjirokaster. Re Featured 9 Aug 2007 Print

Machine gun. Military Museum of the Citadel. Gjirokaster. Re

Machine gun. Remembrance of the communist resistance against the German invaders in World War II. Military Museum of the Citadel which houses weapons of the First and Second World War. Gjirokaster Castle. Republic of Albania. Date: 20070809

© Thaliastock / Mary Evans

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CANADA: RED RIVER, 1812. In 1812, the Hudsons Bay Company secured a grant of land Featured 9 Aug 2007 Print

CANADA: RED RIVER, 1812. In 1812, the Hudsons Bay Company secured a grant of land

CANADA: RED RIVER, 1812.
In 1812, the Hudson's Bay Company secured a grant of land on the Red River (on the outskirts of modern Winnipeg) and established a colony of settlers from Ireland and Scotland. The colony was harassed continually and nearly exterminated by the rival fur-trading association, The North-West Company. Drawing by C.W. Jefferys

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