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Background imageImages Dated 3rd February 2006: Steam locomotive with coal truck, 11 December 1905

Steam locomotive with coal truck, 11 December 1905. Great Northern Railway (GNR) K1 Class 0-8-0 steam locomotive no 429 with a train of 20-ton coal wagons passing Doncaster, South Yorkshire

Background imageImages Dated 3rd February 2006: Space Shuttle launch

Space Shuttle launch, computer enhanced image. This is mission STS-99, flown by the Space Shuttle Endeavour. It launched on 11 February 2000

Background imageImages Dated 3rd February 2006: Illustration from De la Terre a la Lune by Jules Verne, 1865

Illustration from De la Terre a la Lune by Jules Verne, 1865. The astronauts, having landed, set to work surveying the Moon. From De la Terre a la Lune (From the Earth to the Moon) by Jules Verne

Background imageImages Dated 3rd February 2006: Blue-footed booby

Blue-footed booby (Sula nebouxii). This seabird inhabits coastal regions of western South America. It feeds exclusively on fish, which it catches by plunge diving

Background imageImages Dated 3rd February 2006: Apollo 17 astronaut

Apollo 17 astronaut. US astronaut and geologist Dr Harrison Schmitt exploring the Taurus-Littrow region of the Moon, as part of NASAs Apollo 17 mission

Background imageImages Dated 3rd February 2006: Astronaut footprints on the Moon

Astronaut footprints on the Moon. Computer artwork recreating a photograph of boot imprints left by astronauts on the Moon

Background imageImages Dated 3rd February 2006: Star map, 1805

Star map, 1805
Star map, 19th century. This star map shows the stars of the northern hemisphere. It was published by the German astronomer Johann Elert Bode (1747- 1826), in 1805

Background imageImages Dated 3rd February 2006: Yuri Gagarin, Soviet cosmonaut

Yuri Gagarin, Soviet cosmonaut
Yuri Gagarin. Artwork of the Soviet cosmonaut Yuri Gagarin (1934-1968) in his spacesuit. Gagarin was the first person in space. He was launched in Vostok 1 on 12 April 1961

Background imageImages Dated 3rd February 2006: 2006 FIA World Rally Champs. Round two Swedish Rally. 2nd-5th February 2006

2006 FIA World Rally Champs. Round two Swedish Rally. 2nd-5th February 2006. Patrik Sandell, Renault, action
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Background imageImages Dated 3rd February 2006: 2006 Midland F1 Toyota M16 Launch Silverstone, England. Friday 3rd February 2006 Midland F1 Toyota

2006 Midland F1 Toyota M16 Launch Silverstone, England. Friday 3rd February 2006 Midland F1 Toyota M16. Photo: Alastair Staley/ LAT Photographic ref: Digital Image Only

Background imageImages Dated 3rd February 2006: 2006 Midland F1 Toyota M16 Launch Silverstone, England. Friday 3rd February 2006 Dr Colin Kolles

2006 Midland F1 Toyota M16 Launch Silverstone, England. Friday 3rd February 2006 Dr Colin Kolles (Team Principal). Portrait. Photo: Andrew Ferraro/ LAT Photographic ref: Digital Image Only

Background imageImages Dated 3rd February 2006: Incident at the Battle of Isandlwana, Anglo-Zulu War, 22 January 1879. Artist: Charles Edwin Fripp

Incident at the Battle of Isandlwana, Anglo-Zulu War, 22 January 1879. Artist: Charles Edwin Fripp
Incident at the Battle of Isandlwana, Anglo-Zulu War, 22 January 1879. Lieutenants Melvill and Coghill (24th Regiment) dying to save the Queens colours

Background imageImages Dated 3rd February 2006: open-uri20120929-26607-1nqriaq

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2006 FIA World Rally Champs. Round two Swedish Rally. 2nd-5th February 2006. Thomas Radstrom, Subaru, action. World Copyright: McKlein/LAT

Background imageImages Dated 3rd February 2006: open-uri20120929-26133-okbue0

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2006 Midland F1 Toyota M16 Launch Silverstone, England. Friday 3rd February 2006 Tiago Monteiro (Midland F1 Toyota M16) and Christijan Albers (Midland F1 Toyota M16)

Background imageImages Dated 3rd February 2006: View of Ice Covered Shoreline

View of Ice Covered Shoreline
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Background imageImages Dated 3rd February 2006: Battle of Majuba Hill, 1st Boer War, 26-27 February 1881. Artist: Richard Caton Woodville II

Battle of Majuba Hill, 1st Boer War, 26-27 February 1881. Artist: Richard Caton Woodville II
Battle of Majuba Hill, 1st Boer War, 26-27 February 1881. British troops under Major-General George Colley took Majuba Hill. The Boers counterattacked, taking the British by surprise

Background imageImages Dated 3rd February 2006: Matthew Parker, English prelate, 19th century

Matthew Parker, English prelate, 19th century. Parker (1504-1575) was the second Anglican Archbishop of Canterbury from 1559

Background imageImages Dated 3rd February 2006: Piet Cronje, Boer leader and soldier, surrendering to Lord Roberts, Paardeberg, 1900

Piet Cronje, Boer leader and soldier, surrendering to Lord Roberts, Paardeberg, 1900
Piet Cronje, Boer leader and soldier, surrendering to Lord Roberts, Paardeberg, South Africa, 1900. Cronje (1835-1911) fought against the British in the 1st Boer War

Background imageImages Dated 3rd February 2006: Sectional view of a typical Boer entrenchment, Boer War, c1900

Sectional view of a typical Boer entrenchment, Boer War, c1900. The 2nd Boer War 1899-1902

Background imageImages Dated 3rd February 2006: Piet Cronje, Boer leader and soldier, c1900

Piet Cronje, Boer leader and soldier, c1900. Cronje (1835-1911) fought against the British in the 1st Boer War and defeated the Jameson raiders at Krugersdorp, on 29 December 1895

Background imageImages Dated 3rd February 2006: Zulu boys working at De Beers diamond mines, Kimberley, South Africa, c1885

Zulu boys working at De Beers diamond mines, Kimberley, South Africa, c1885. In 1887 and 1888 Cecil Rhodes amalgamated the diamond mines around Kimberley, which included De Beers

Background imageImages Dated 3rd February 2006: Basuto miners in De Beers diamond mines, Kimberley, South Africa, c1885

Basuto miners in De Beers diamond mines, Kimberley, South Africa, c1885. In 1887 and 1888 Cecil Rhodes amalgamated the diamond mines around Kimberley, which included De Beers, into Consolidated Mines

Background imageImages Dated 3rd February 2006: Diamond mine, Kimberley, South Africa, 1896

Diamond mine, Kimberley, South Africa, 1896. In 1887 and 1888 Cecil Rhodes amalgamated the diamond mines around Kimberley, which included De Beers, into Consolidated Mines. From The World of Wonders

Background imageImages Dated 3rd February 2006: Washing plant at De Beers diamond mines, Kimberley, South Africa, c1900

Washing plant at De Beers diamond mines, Kimberley, South Africa, c1900. In 1887 and 1888 Cecil Rhodes amalgamated the diamond mines around Kimberley, which included De Beers, into Consolidated Mines

Background imageImages Dated 3rd February 2006: Casualty of the 2nd Boer War, 1899-1902

Casualty of the 2nd Boer War, 1899-1902. A wounded British officer in a railway carriage with his wife and daughter on the last lap of his journey home from South Africa

Background imageImages Dated 3rd February 2006: Annexation of the Orange Free State, 2nd Boer War, 28 May 1900

Annexation of the Orange Free State, 2nd Boer War, 28 May 1900. Lord Roberts, British commander-in-chief, announced the annexation of the Orange Free State on 24 May 1900

Background imageImages Dated 3rd February 2006: All That Was Left of Them, 2nd Boer War, 1899. Artist: Richard Caton Woodville II

All That Was Left of Them, 2nd Boer War, 1899. Artist: Richard Caton Woodville II
All That Was Left of Them, 2nd Boer War, 1899. The Black Watch after the Battle of Magersfontein, 11 December 1899. In the week from 10 to 17 December 1899 the British under General Methuen suffered

Background imageImages Dated 3rd February 2006: British artillery going to the attack on Spion Kop, 2nd Boer War, 24 January 1900

British artillery going to the attack on Spion Kop, 2nd Boer War, 24 January 1900. Artist: Richard Caton Woodville II
British artillery going to the attack on Spion Kop, 2nd Boer War, 24 January 1900. The British army of 20, 000 under General Sir Redvers Buller was defeated by 8000 Boers under General Louis Botha

Background imageImages Dated 3rd February 2006: Joseph Chamberlain, British politician, c1880

Joseph Chamberlain, British politician, c1880. Chamberlain, British Liberal statesman at about the time he was appointed President of the Board of Trade and became a member of the Cabinet

Background imageImages Dated 3rd February 2006: Joseph Chamberlain, British politician, c1900

Joseph Chamberlain, British politician, c1900. Chamberlain (1836-1914), British Liberal statesman at the time he was Secretary of State for the Colonies (1895-1903) wearing his customary monocle

Background imageImages Dated 3rd February 2006: Jack Hindon and his train wreckers, 2nd Boer War, c1900

Jack Hindon and his train wreckers, 2nd Boer War, c1900. Oliver John Jack Hindon (1874-1919), the most famous of the Boer train wreckers, with his gang

Background imageImages Dated 3rd February 2006: Before Ladysmith, 1899

Before Ladysmith, 1899. British horse artillery under attack from the Boers, galloping to take up a new position. During the 2nd Boer War (1899-1902)

Background imageImages Dated 3rd February 2006: Alfred Milner, 1st Viscount Milner, British statesman, early 20th century. Artist: Mortimer L Menpes

Alfred Milner, 1st Viscount Milner, British statesman, early 20th century. Artist: Mortimer L Menpes
Alfred Milner, 1st Viscount Milner, British statesman, early 20th century. Milner (1854-1925) was High Commissioner to South Africa from 1897-1905

Background imageImages Dated 3rd February 2006: Burning the Farm of a Treacherous Burgher, 2nd Boer War, c1900

Burning the Farm of a Treacherous Burgher, 2nd Boer War, c1900. A Boer farmers wife shakes her fist at the British soldiers

Background imageImages Dated 3rd February 2006: British colonial troops burning a rebel Boers farm, 2nd Boer War 1899-1902

British colonial troops burning a rebel Boers farm, 2nd Boer War 1899-1902

Background imageImages Dated 3rd February 2006: Louis Botha, Afrikaner soldier and statesman, c1900

Louis Botha, Afrikaner soldier and statesman, c1900. Botha (1862-1919), pictured here posing with his decorated Mauser rifle

Background imageImages Dated 3rd February 2006: Koos de la Rey, Afrikaner soldier and statesman, c1900

Koos de la Rey, Afrikaner soldier and statesman, c1900. Jacobus Hercules de la Rey (1847-1914), assumed charge of Boer operations in western Transvaal on 1 July 1900

Background imageImages Dated 3rd February 2006: Louis Botha receiving intelligence from a native spy, 2nd Boer War, c1900

Louis Botha receiving intelligence from a native spy, 2nd Boer War, c1900. Louis Botha (1862-1919), South African soldier and statesman, was Commander-in-chief of Boer forces from 1900 during the war

Background imageImages Dated 3rd February 2006: Battle of Blood River, 2nd Boer War, 17 September 1901. Artist: Frederick Judd Waugh

Battle of Blood River, 2nd Boer War, 17 September 1901. Artist: Frederick Judd Waugh
Battle of Blood River, 2nd Boer War, 17 September 1901. Boers charging Major Goughs force at Blood River. The British were overwhelmed by Bothas Boers who captured much-needed supplies of ammunition

Background imageImages Dated 3rd February 2006: Colt revolver, c1880

Colt revolver, c1880. The Colt revolver, invented by Samuel Colt (1814-1862). After the Mexican war of 1846-1848, Colts weapon was adopted by the US army

Background imageImages Dated 3rd February 2006: Sectional view of the Colt revolver, c1880

Sectional view of the Colt revolver, c1880. The Colt revolver, invented by Samuel Colt (1814-1862). After the Mexican war of 1846-1848, Colts weapon was adopted by the US army

Background imageImages Dated 3rd February 2006: French druggist and grocer, 16th century

French druggist and grocer, 16th century. In the foreground a boy uses a pestle and mortar to grind ingredients. In the right background a balance for weighing goods hangs over the counter

Background imageImages Dated 3rd February 2006: The Druggists Shop, 1568. Artist: Jost Amman

The Druggists Shop, 1568. Artist: Jost Amman
The Druggists Shop, 1568. The druggist is grinding down ingredients with a pestle and mortar. Illustration by Jost Amman for his The Book of Trades. (Frankfurt am Main, 1568)

Background imageImages Dated 3rd February 2006: American vessel Turtle (1776), the first submarine to be used in war, 19th century

American vessel Turtle (1776), the first submarine to be used in war, 19th century. Designed by David Bushnell (1742-1824)

Background imageImages Dated 3rd February 2006: Cyrus McCormicks reaping machine, 1862

Cyrus McCormicks reaping machine, 1862. Patented in America in 1831and shown at the Great Exhibition in the Crystal Palace, London, 1851, it was the first widely adopted mechanical reaper

Background imageImages Dated 3rd February 2006: Machine Room in a Steam Sewing Factory, 1854

Machine Room in a Steam Sewing Factory, 1854. This view is of Holloway, Crowe & Holloways clothing factory, Stroud, Gloucestershire, England

Background imageImages Dated 3rd February 2006: Wilson sewing machine, 1880

Wilson sewing machine, 1880. Belt-driven lock-stick model for industrial use showing samples of work that could be produced

Background imageImages Dated 3rd February 2006: Domestic sewing machine powered by steam, 1883

Domestic sewing machine powered by steam, 1883. Woman sewing with a machine powered by a steam motor placed on top of a domestic range. From La Nature. (Paris, 1883)



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