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Images Dated 17th March 2007

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HMS Tireless is shown surfacing in the North Pole ice cap region Featured 17 Mar 2007 Print

HMS Tireless is shown surfacing in the North Pole ice cap region

HMS Tireless is shown after surfacing in the North Pole ice cap region. The crew are waving to a supply plane as it prepares to land at the US Navy's Applied Physics Laboratory Ice Station (APLIS).
HMS Tireless, is a Trafalgar Class Nuclear-Powered Attack Submarine (SSN) Fleet Submarine

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Attack Submarine, Hms Tireless, Ice, North Pole, Peregrine Trophy 2008, Polar Ice Cap, Royal Navy Photographic Competition, Submarine, Trafalgar Class

Proclamation of George I as King of Great Britain and Ireland, 1714.Artist: W Thomas Featured 17 Mar 2007 Print

Proclamation of George I as King of Great Britain and Ireland, 1714.Artist: W Thomas

Proclamation of George I as King of Great Britain and Ireland, 1714. George, Elector of Hanover and Duke of Brunswick-Luneburg (1660-1727), became heir to the British throne in 1714 under the terms of the Act of Settlement of 1701, which stipulated that the monarch had to be a Protestant. The first Hanoverian King of Great Britain and Ireland, George I ruled from 1714 until his death

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Flight of Matilda from Oxford, 1142 (1789) Featured 17 Mar 2007 Print

Flight of Matilda from Oxford, 1142 (1789)

Flight of Matilda from Oxford, 1142 (1789). Stephen (1096-1154), the last Norman King of England, reigned from 1135 to 1154. He supported the claim to the throne of Matilda (1102-1167), the daughter of Henry I, before usurping her when Henry died in 1135 and claiming the throne for himself. England descended into a period of civil war. Stephen was captured after he was defeated by Matilda's army at the Battle of Lincoln in 1141 but was freed in an exchange for the captive Robert, Earl of Gloucester, Matilda's most able lieutenant. Matilda's time on the throne was brief, as a rebellion forced her to flee London. Stephen regained the throne and Matilda was besieged in Oxford, but escaped to Wallingford, camouflaged against the snow by wearing a white cloak. The conflict dragged on until 1148 when Matilda returned to France after the Earl of Gloucester died. Eventually, in 1154, her son was crowned king as Henry II after Stephen died

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