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Images Dated 21st December 2004

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The sun sets above Yenisei river in the Siberian city of Krasnoyarsk Featured 21 Dec 2004 Image

The sun sets above Yenisei river in the Siberian city of Krasnoyarsk

The sun sets above Yenisei river in the Siberian city of Krasnoyarsk, December 21, 2004. The Northern Hemisphere's winter solstice, the shortest day-and longest night-of the year falls on Tuesday when the sun shines directly over the tropic of Capricorn. NO RIGHTS CLEARANCES OR PERMISSIONS ARE REQUIRED FOR THIS IMAGE. BLIFE REUTERS/Ilya Naymushin pictures of the month December 2004 IN/CVI/DL
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General Robertson speaking at Dalderby; First World War, 191 Featured 21 Dec 2004 Image

General Robertson speaking at Dalderby; First World War, 191

Photograph showing General Sir William Robertson (centre, facing left) making a speech at Dalderby, Lincolnshire, October 1916. After unveiling a cross, seen on the right of the image, Robertson made a speech calling for more men to enlist in the British Army to fight in France

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Church Service on the Western Front, 1916 Featured 21 Dec 2004 Image

Church Service on the Western Front, 1916

Illustration showing a group of British soldiers holding a church service on a Sunday, somewhere on the Western Front in France, 1916. The Chaplain (at left, without hat) leads the impromptu service as the British gunners (in the background, right) continue to fire their guns at German positions. The bell (top left) was used to give warnings of gas attacks

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