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Fighting crowds at Harrods today. Shortly after 9am an estimated 400 people fought in Featured 01136 Image

Fighting crowds at Harrods today. Shortly after 9am an estimated 400 people fought in

Fighting crowds at Harrods today. Shortly after 9am an estimated 400 people fought in the television department for just 40 raffle tickets to secure one o the 26" Dynatron Remote Control Television Sets offered at £399 against the retail price of £799. One lady fell and split her head in the melee to get the tickets. The sales manager, Mr Mackey, although badly roughed up, was unhurt. 11th January 1981

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Comedians Syd Little and Eddie Large with their glamorous Aladdin, Patsy Ann Scott Featured 01136 Image

Comedians Syd Little and Eddie Large with their glamorous Aladdin, Patsy Ann Scott

Comedians Syd Little and Eddie Large with their glamorous Aladdin, Patsy Ann Scott, on a ride across the stage at Liverpool's Empire Theatre as rehearsals begin for what promises to be a record Christmas show. Pictured pulling the rickshaw is Norman Collier (Window Twankie). December 1977

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1970s, 20th Century, Christmas, Comedian, Double Act, Entertainment, Festive, Liverpool, Liverpool Empire, Merseyside, Panto, Pantomime, Seasonal, Seasons, Theatre

Armistice Celebrated. Cambridge 'let itself go" Featured 01136 Image

Armistice Celebrated. Cambridge "let itself go"

Armistice Celebrated. Cambridge "let itself go" with full vigour on November 11th 1918 on receipt of the news that the Germans had accepted and signed the drastic armistice terms of the Allies, and the rejoicings were kept up on every evening throughout the week. The effigy of the Kaiser was hoisted on the point of a bayonet and carried through the streets, to be consigned to the flames of a Market Hill bonfire one evening. A cadet, attired as a padre, attended to the "obsequies". Later processions of cadets met on the Market Hill engaged in a Big Push. Premises occupied by the "Cambridge Magazine" at the corner of St. John's Street were wrecked by a crowd. Two other shops in the same occupation were treated in similar fashion

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