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Background imageImages Dated 18th October 2004: Fairey Swordfish Torpedo-Bomber; Second World War, 1941

Fairey Swordfish Torpedo-Bomber; Second World War, 1941
Painting showing a Fleet Air Arm Fairey Swordfish torpedo-bomber-reconnaissance airplane flying over a British destroyer (bottom centre) and the aircraft carrier HMS Illustrious (back right), 1941

Background imageImages Dated 18th October 2004: Ford Capri 1600 XL, 1974, Orange

Ford Capri 1600 XL, 1974, Orange
Ford Capri 1600 XL 1974 Orange

Background imageImages Dated 18th October 2004: Douglas Dakota picking up a glider, Normandy; Second World W

Douglas Dakota picking up a glider, Normandy; Second World W
Illustration showing a Douglas Dakota, C-47 Skytrain, swooping down with a hook trailing to pick up a Waco glider, Normandy, France, 1944

Background imageImages Dated 18th October 2004: Jacaranda Blossom Native of South America. Cultivated for ornament (especially as street tree)

Jacaranda Blossom Native of South America. Cultivated for ornament (especially as street tree), shade & timber
ASW-4211 JACARANDA Tree - in blossom Jacarada mimosifolia Fm: Bignoniaceae. Native of South America, Cultivated for ornament (especially as street tree), shade & timber Alan J. S

Background imageImages Dated 18th October 2004: Le Mans 24 Hour Race: The start of the race is carried out in the traditional manner with

Le Mans 24 Hour Race: The start of the race is carried out in the traditional manner with the drivers running to their
The start of the race is carried out in the traditional manner with the drivers running to their cars. Le Mans 24 Hours Race, Le Sarthe, France, 19 June 1966

Background imageImages Dated 18th October 2004: Royal Engineers unloading ships at Surrey Docks, London, 194

Royal Engineers unloading ships at Surrey Docks, London, 194
Drawing showing Royal Engineers and men of the Pioneer Corps, under Government orders, busily unloading ships in Surrey Docks, London, August 1945

Background imageImages Dated 18th October 2004: Le Mans 24 Hour Race: The Scuderia Filipinetti Ford GT40 of Peter Sutcliffe

Le Mans 24 Hour Race: The Scuderia Filipinetti Ford GT40 of Peter Sutcliffe
The Scuderia Filipinetti Ford GT40 of Peter Sutcliffe (GBR) and Dieter Spoerry (SUI) is removed from the circuit after crashing out of the race. Le Mans 24 Hours Race, Le Sarthe, France, 19 June 1966

Background imageImages Dated 18th October 2004: The Town of San Gimignano, Italy, 1944

The Town of San Gimignano, Italy, 1944
Photograph showing the eleventh-century hill-top town of San Gimignano, near Siena, Italy, prior to July 1944. Later that month the Illustrated London News reported that a German artillery

Background imageImages Dated 18th October 2004: Ford Capri 1600 XL, 1974, Orange

Ford Capri 1600 XL, 1974, Orange
Ford Capri 1600 XL 1974 Orange

Background imageImages Dated 18th October 2004: 2004 Formula Ford Festival. Brands Hatch, England. 15th - 17th October 2004. Formula Ford Action

2004 Formula Ford Festival. Brands Hatch, England. 15th - 17th October 2004. Formula Ford Action
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Background imageImages Dated 18th October 2004: open-uri20120928-30314-fxm9d8

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2004 Formula Ford Festival. Brands Hatch, England. 15th - 17th October 2004. Formula Ford Action. World Copyright:LAT Photographic/Andrew Ferraro. Ref:Digital Image only

Background imageImages Dated 18th October 2004: Combine Harvester

Combine Harvester

Background imageImages Dated 18th October 2004: Cepea Poplin 1959 1950s UK womens

Cepea Poplin 1959 1950s UK womens

Background imageImages Dated 18th October 2004: Turtle robot

Turtle robot. This robot, which has a pen beneath its shell, was developed as a learning tool. It is controlled by typing commands, using the LOGO programming language, into a computer

Background imageImages Dated 18th October 2004: Root nodule

Root nodule. Coloured scanning electron micrograph (SEM) of a root nodule on a pea plant (Pisum sativum) caused by the nitrogen-fixing soil bacteria Rhizobium leguminosarum

Background imageImages Dated 18th October 2004: The Torri degli Ardinghelli, San Gimignano, Italy, 1944

The Torri degli Ardinghelli, San Gimignano, Italy, 1944
Photograph showing the Torri degli Ardinghelli, or Towers of the Guelphs, at the eleventh-century hill-top town of San Gimignano, near Siena, Italy, prior to July 1944

Background imageImages Dated 18th October 2004: Formula Nissan Lights: Matteo Pellegrino Team Vergani hits Simon Abadie Epsilon Graff at the start

Formula Nissan Lights: Matteo Pellegrino Team Vergani hits Simon Abadie Epsilon Graff at the start of the race
Matteo Pellegrino (ITA) Team Vergani hits Simon Abadie (FRA) Epsilon Graff at the start of the race. Dallara Nissan Lights, Rd15 & Rd16, Valencia, Spain, 17 October 2004. DIGITAL IMAGE

Background imageImages Dated 18th October 2004: A collection of Seashells, photographed near to St Marys Island

A collection of Seashells, photographed near to St Marys Island

Background imageImages Dated 18th October 2004: The contrasting colours of seaweed against rocks on the north tyneside coast

The contrasting colours of seaweed against rocks on the north tyneside coast

Background imageImages Dated 18th October 2004: Combine Harvester

Combine Harvester

Background imageImages Dated 18th October 2004: Soldier sights in on pop up targets

Soldier sights in on pop up targets
Fort Huachuca, Arizona, October 18, 2004 - Soldier sights in on pop up targets

Background imageImages Dated 18th October 2004: Ford Capri 1600 XL, 1974, Orange

Ford Capri 1600 XL, 1974, Orange
Ford Capri 1600 XL 1974 Orange

Background imageImages Dated 18th October 2004: Ford Capri 1600 XL, 1974, Orange

Ford Capri 1600 XL, 1974, Orange
Ford Capri 1600 XL 1974 Orange

Background imageImages Dated 18th October 2004: NA, USA, WA, Seattle. Space Needle reflection

NA, USA, WA, Seattle. Space Needle reflection
USA, WA, Seattle. Space Needle reflection. (Editorial Usage Only)

Background imageImages Dated 18th October 2004: Ecuador, Galapagos Islands National Park, Wolf Island, King Angelfish (Holacanthus passer)

Ecuador, Galapagos Islands National Park, Wolf Island, King Angelfish (Holacanthus passer) and Yellowtail Surgeonfish

Background imageImages Dated 18th October 2004: Ecuador, Galapagos Islands National Park, Wolf Island, Mexican Hogfish (Bodianus

Ecuador, Galapagos Islands National Park, Wolf Island, Mexican Hogfish (Bodianus diplotaenia)

Background imageImages Dated 18th October 2004: Ecuador, Galapagos Islands National Park, Wolf Island, Mexican Hogfish (Bodianus

Ecuador, Galapagos Islands National Park, Wolf Island, Mexican Hogfish (Bodianus diplotaenia)

Background imageImages Dated 18th October 2004: Ecuador, Wolf Island, Galapagos Islands National Park, Schooling Yellowtail Surgeonfish

Ecuador, Wolf Island, Galapagos Islands National Park, Schooling Yellowtail Surgeonfish (Prionurus latclavius)

Background imageImages Dated 18th October 2004: International Space Station solar panels

International Space Station solar panels
International Space Station (ISS) solar panels over a limb of the Earth. This is the starboard array on the P6 truss. A total of eight arrays are to be installed. Each array is 33 by 12 metres

Background imageImages Dated 18th October 2004: Turtle robot

Turtle robot. This robot, which has a pen at its centre, was developed as a learning tool. It is controlled by typing commands, using the LOGO programming language, into a computer

Background imageImages Dated 18th October 2004: Mud pack

Mud pack
mud pack, woman, female, therapy, beauty treatment, skin tone, anti-ageing, toning, natural, alternative medicine, nourishing, nourishment, exfoliating, exfoliation, cleansing, cleaning, health

Background imageImages Dated 18th October 2004: Edison phonograph - 1889

Edison phonograph - 1889
Edison phonograph. Prominent Frenchmen including Jules Janssen, who made the first film recording of the transit of Venus, testing an Edison phonograph in April 1889

Background imageImages Dated 18th October 2004: Vasco da Gama, Portuguese explorer

Vasco da Gama, Portuguese explorer
Vasco da Gama (1460-1524), Portuguese explorer. Illustration of Vasco da Gama with the Royal Cross around his neck and a knights helmet under his hand

Background imageImages Dated 18th October 2004: Gabriel Lippmann, French physicist

Gabriel Lippmann, French physicist
Gabriel Lippmann (1845-1921) delivering a lecture on sound propagation in solid bodies. He is demonstrating that sound can be carried along a metal bar, using a violin to amplify the vibrations

Background imageImages Dated 18th October 2004: Aerosol paint can

Aerosol paint can

Background imageImages Dated 18th October 2004: Greenhouses

Greenhouses used to grow fennel. Photographed at a farm in Norfolk, UK

Background imageImages Dated 18th October 2004: Mappa Mundi by La Cosa in 1500

Mappa Mundi by La Cosa in 1500. This map, the first to show America, was created in 1500 by the Spanish sailor Juan de La Cosa

Background imageImages Dated 18th October 2004: Strabos map from 18 AD

Strabos map from 18 AD
Strabos map by Strabo in 18 AD. Reconstruction of the map produced by the Greek philosopher Strabo. One of the first mapmakers to use systematic techniques to provide precision

Background imageImages Dated 18th October 2004: Strabos map from 18 AD

Strabos map from 18 AD
Strabos map by Strabo in 18 AD. Reconstruction of the map produced by the Greek philosopher Strabo. One of the first mapmakers to use systematic techniques to provide precision

Background imageImages Dated 18th October 2004: Tobacco plant protoplast, SEM

Tobacco plant protoplast, SEM
Protoplast. Coloured scanning electron micrograph (SEM) of a tobacco plant (Nicotiana tabacum) protoplast. A protoplast is a plant cell that has had its tough outer cell wall removed by chemical

Background imageImages Dated 18th October 2004: Root nodule

Root nodule. Coloured scanning electron micrograph (SEM) of a root nodule on a white clover plant (Trifolium repens) caused by the nitrogen-fixing soil bacteria Rhizobium trifolii

Background imageImages Dated 18th October 2004: Tobacco plant protoplast, SEM

Tobacco plant protoplast, SEM
Protoplast. Coloured scanning electron micrograph (SEM) of a tobacco plant (Nicotiana tabacum) protoplast. A protoplast is a plant cell that has had its tough outer cell wall removed by chemical

Background imageImages Dated 18th October 2004: Calcitonin hormone

Calcitonin hormone
Calcitonin. Polarized light micrograph of crystals of the hormone calcitonin. Calcitonin is produced by the thyroid gland and helps to control the level of calcium in the blood

Background imageImages Dated 18th October 2004: India, Ladakh, Thikse. Buddhist monk blows conch horn announcing prayers from rooftop

India, Ladakh, Thikse. Buddhist monk blows conch horn announcing prayers from rooftop of Buddhist monastery(gompa). (MR)

Background imageImages Dated 18th October 2004: 4000-lb Bomb being loaded into a Lancaster, Britain; Second

4000-lb Bomb being loaded into a Lancaster, Britain; Second
Photograph showing a 4000-lb Cookie bomb being loaded into an Avro Lancaster of the Royal Air Force, at an airfield somewhere in Britain, 1944

Background imageImages Dated 18th October 2004: Canadian Troops of the Eighth Army, Italy; Second World War

Canadian Troops of the Eighth Army, Italy; Second World War
Photograph showing a unit of Canadian infantry of the Allied Eighth Army changing position, in Italy, during the Second World War, 1944

Background imageImages Dated 18th October 2004: Lt. -General Mark Wayne Clark (1896-1984)

Lt. -General Mark Wayne Clark (1896-1984)
Photographic portrait of Lieutenant-General Mark Clark, then Commander of the Fifth Army in Italy, Second World War, 1944

Background imageImages Dated 18th October 2004: Bombing of Berlin, Germany; Second World War, 1944

Bombing of Berlin, Germany; Second World War, 1944
Photograph showing bombs exploding in Berlins industrial zone during an Allied air-raid on the German capital, 6th August 1944



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