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Images Dated 18th September 2017

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Under Which flag? General Strike 1926 Featured 18 Sep 2017 Print

Under Which flag? General Strike 1926

John Bull and the Trade Union of Congress, holding their ground over who was going to crack first over the General Strike that took place in 1926 and lasted 10 days, from 3 May 1926 to 13 May 1926. Some 1.7 million workers went out, especially in transport and heavy industry.
May 1926

© Mary Evans Picture Library

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Aftermath of World War One! 1919 Featured 18 Sep 2017 Print

Aftermath of World War One! 1919

Heroes of the Dardanelles and around Gallipoli, theses battleships resigned to their fate, holiday-making multitudes at seaside resorts are feasting their curious eyes on the ships that watched for the enemy under Lord Beatty in the bleak base in the northern seas. Illustration showing the first phase of the policy by Lord Fisher to scrap obsolete warships
1919

© Mary Evans Picture Library

Quicksilver mining in Guadalcazar, Mexico, 1891 Featured 18 Sep 2017 Print

Quicksilver mining in Guadalcazar, Mexico, 1891

Quicksilver-mining in Mexico: the Guadalcazar quicksilver mines, 1891. 1. Road to the mines through the canon of the Porphyry Mountain; 2. and 3. Ceremony of the English company receiving possession; 4. preparing to start for outlying mines; 5. Indians breaking ore; 6. Indian tending crude Mexican furnace. Date: 1891

© Illustrated London News Ltd/Mary Evans