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Images Dated 15th January 2016

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Advertisement for Ford Anglia cars Featured 15 Jan 2016 Image

Advertisement for Ford Anglia cars

Advertisement for Ford Anglia cars -- male and female models posing (Geraldine Hill, Susan Ingram and Ossie O'Leary).
1959

© The Colin Sherborne Collection/Mary Evans Picture Library

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Sporting & Dramatic News cover - A Better Ole Featured 15 Jan 2016 Image

Sporting & Dramatic News cover - A Better Ole

Front cover of The Illustrated Sporting & Dramatic News featuring photographs of three stars of the stage in 1917. On the left is Miss Vera Clarke, appearing in a principal part at the Victoria Palace theatre in Mischievous Mimi. In the centre is Mr Tom Woottwell, who was playing Bert in The Better Ole at the Oxford Theatre (written by and based on the Bystander cartoons of Captain Bruce Bairnsfather). On the right is Miss Cicely Debenham one of the leading ladies of the Hippodrome, appearing in Zig-Zag.
1917

© Illustrated London News Ltd/Mary Evans

Damage caused by British mines and guns on the Western Front Featured 15 Jan 2016 Image

Damage caused by British mines and guns on the Western Front

Officers examining the damage caused by an explosion of a British mine underneath the enemies position during the Battle of the Somme. Intended to be a decisive breakthrough, the Battle of the Somme instead became a futile and indiscriminate slaughter, with General Haig's tactics remaining controversial even today. The four and a half month campaign eventually gave way to a stalemate and by mid-November the offensive was over. The British forces were decimated with 420, 000 casualties, among them many of the new voluntary battalions. Date: 1916

© Illustrated London News Ltd/Mary Evans