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2007 Australian Grand Prix Saturday Qualifying Albert Park, Melbourne, Australia. 17th March 2007 Jenson Button, Honda RA107, portrait, helmet. World Copyright: Steve Etherington/ LAT Photographic

Background imageImages Dated 17th March 2007: Belgium, Bruges

Belgium, Bruges. The Provincial Court is the best example of how Bruges was renovated in neo-gothic style during the second half of the 19th century

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2007 Australian Grand Prix Albert Park, Melbourne, Australia. 16th - 18th March 2007 Ron Dennis, Team Principal, McLaren Mercedes. Portrait

Background imageImages Dated 17th March 2007: Margaret of Anjou, Queen Consort of Henry VI, (1792)

Margaret of Anjou, Queen Consort of Henry VI, (1792). Margaret of Anjou (1429-1482) married Henry VI of England in 1445. The mental instability of Henry meant that Margaret effectively led

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2007 Australian Grand Prix Saturday Albert Park, Melbourne, Australia. 17th March 2007 Kimi Raikkonen, Ferrari F2007, action. World Copyright: John Marsh/LAT Photographic. ref: Digital Image WI1Y2689

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2007 Australian Grand Prix - Saturday Qualifying Albert Park, Melbourne, Australia. 15th March 2007. Takuma Sato, Super Aguri SA07-Honda. Action. World Copyright: Glenn Dunbar/LAT Photographic

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2007 Australian Grand Prix - Saturday Qualifying Albert Park, Melbourne, Australia. 15th March 2007. Takuma Sato, Super Aguri SA07-Honda, signs autographs for the fans. Portrait. Atmosphere

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2007 Australian Grand Prix Albert Park, Melbourne, Australia. 16th - 18th March 2007 Fernando Alonso, McLaren MP4-22 Mercedes. Action

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2007 Australian Grand Prix Albert Park, Melbourne, Australia. 16th - 18th March 2007 Ron Dennis, Team Principal, McLaren Mercedes. Portrait

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2007 Australian Grand Prix Albert Park, Melbourne, Australia. 16th - 18th March 2007 Felipe Massa, Ferrari F2007. Action. World Copyright: Lorenzo Bellanca/ LAT Photographic ref

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2007 Australian Grand Prix Albert Park, Melbourne, Australia. 16th - 18th March 2007 Robert Kubica, BMW Sauber F1.07. Action

Background imageImages Dated 17th March 2007: Formula One World Championship

Formula One World Championship
Kimi Raikkonen (FIN) Ferrari celebrates his pole position in parc ferme. Formula One World Championship, Rd 1, Australian Grand Prix, Qualifying Day, Albert Park, Melbourne, Australia

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2007 Australian Grand Prix - Sunday Race Albert Park, Melbourne, Australia. 15th March 2007. Norbert Haug, Vice President, Mercedes Benz Motorsport, talks with Flavio Briatore, Managing Director

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2007 Australian Grand Prix - Sunday Race Albert Park, Melbourne, Australia. 15th March 2007. Norbert Haug, Vice President, Mercedes Benz Motorsport, talks with Flavio Briatore, Managing Director

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2007 Australian Grand Prix - Saturday Qualifying Albert Park, Melbourne, Australia. 15th March 2007. Giancarlo Fisichella, Renault R27, enters his pit box. Action. Pit Lane

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2007 Australian Grand Prix Saturday Albert Park, Melbourne, Australia. 17th March 2007 Robert Kubica, Sauber F1.07-BMW, portrait. World Copyright: John Marsh/LAT Photographic

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2007 Australian Grand Prix - Saturday Qualifying Albert Park, Melbourne, Australia. 15th March 2007. Robert Kubica, BMW Sauber F1.07. Action. World Copyright: Andrew Ferraro/LAT Photographic

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2007 Australian Grand Prix Sunday Albert Park, Melbourne, Australia. 18th March 2007 xxx World Copyright: John Marsh/LAT Photographic. ref: Digital Image LC8Z3394

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2007 Australian Grand Prix - Saturday Qualifying Albert Park, Melbourne, Australia. 15th March 2007. An overhead view of the full Albert park Circuit. Atmosphere

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2007 Australian Grand Prix Saturday Albert Park, Melbourne, Australia. 17th March 2007 David Coulthard, Red Bull RB3-Renault, action. World Copyright: John Marsh/LAT Photographic

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2007 Australian Grand Prix - Sunday Race Albert Park, Melbourne, Australia. 15th March 2007. Daniel Audetto, Managing Director, Super Aguri F1, talks with Colin Kolles, Team Principal, Spyker F1

Background imageImages Dated 17th March 2007: Bonnet Macaque (Macaca radiata) mother with infant. Karnataka, India

Bonnet Macaque (Macaca radiata) mother with infant. Karnataka, India

Background imageImages Dated 17th March 2007: HMS Tireless is shown surfacing in the North Pole ice cap region

HMS Tireless is shown surfacing in the North Pole ice cap region
HMS Tireless is shown after surfacing in the North Pole ice cap region. The crew are waving to a supply plane as it prepares to land at the US Navys Applied Physics Laboratory Ice Station (APLIS)

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2007 Australian Grand Prix Albert Park, Melbourne, Australia. 16th - 18th March 2007 Glamour in the paddock. Grid Girls. World Copyright: Lorenzo Bellanca/ LAT Photographic ref

Background imageImages Dated 17th March 2007: 2007 Busch Atlanta

2007 Busch Atlanta
16-17 March 2007, Atlanta Motor Speedway, Atlanta, GA Kyle Busch maintains a large lead over the field 2007, Lesley Ann Miller, USA LAT Photographic

Background imageImages Dated 17th March 2007: Horace Walpoles first interview with King George I. Artist: J Nicholson

Horace Walpoles first interview with King George I. Artist: J Nicholson
Horace Walpoles first interview with King George I. Horace Walpole (1717-1797) was the son of Sir Robert Walpole, who was George Is de facto Prime Minister from 1721

Background imageImages Dated 17th March 2007: King George I, attacked by a fit of apoplexy. Artist: Crane

King George I, attacked by a fit of apoplexy. Artist: Crane
King George I, attacked by a fit of apoplexy. The first Hanoverian King of Great Britain and Ireland, George I (1660-1727) ruled from 1714 until his death

Background imageImages Dated 17th March 2007: Proclamation of George I as King of Great Britain and Ireland, 1714. Artist: W Thomas

Proclamation of George I as King of Great Britain and Ireland, 1714. Artist: W Thomas
Proclamation of George I as King of Great Britain and Ireland, 1714. George, Elector of Hanover and Duke of Brunswick-Luneburg (1660-1727)

Background imageImages Dated 17th March 2007: Death of the Prince of Wales, son of King George II. Artist: C Sheeres

Death of the Prince of Wales, son of King George II. Artist: C Sheeres
Death of the prince of Wales, son of George II. Frederick, Prince of Wales (1707-1751) was the eldest son of George II and heir to the throne

Background imageImages Dated 17th March 2007: Louisa, Queen of Denmark. Artist: Aliamet

Louisa, Queen of Denmark. Artist: Aliamet
Louisa, Queen of Denmark. The youngest surviving daughter of George II and Caroline of Ansbach, Princess Louise (1724-1751)

Background imageImages Dated 17th March 2007: George II receiving news of his fathers death from Walpole, 1727. Artist: Beech

George II receiving news of his fathers death from Walpole, 1727. Artist: Beech
George II receiving news of his fathers death from Walpole, 1727. Although the title was never used to refer to him at the time

Background imageImages Dated 17th March 2007: King George II at the battle of Dettingen, 1743

King George II at the battle of Dettingen, 1743. The Battle of Dettingen took place at Dettingen in Bavaria during the War of the Austrian Succession

Background imageImages Dated 17th March 2007: Queen Margaret presenting her son to a robber for protection. Artist: Morris

Queen Margaret presenting her son to a robber for protection. Artist: Morris
Queen Margaret presenting her son to a robber for protection. Queen Margaret having been stripped of her jewels by other ruffians

Background imageImages Dated 17th March 2007: Henry VIII and Catherine Parr, (19th century). Artist: J Rogers

Henry VIII and Catherine Parr, (19th century). Artist: J Rogers
Henry VIII and Catherine Parr, (19th century). The last of Henrys six wives, Catherine (1512-1548) outlived the the king by a year and a half

Background imageImages Dated 17th March 2007: Kings College, Cambridge, and Henry VI, 1801

Kings College, Cambridge, and Henry VI, 1801. Kings College was founded by King King Henry VI (1421-1471) of England in 1441

Background imageImages Dated 17th March 2007: Flight of Matilda from Oxford, 1142 (1789)

Flight of Matilda from Oxford, 1142 (1789). Stephen (1096-1154), the last Norman King of England, reigned from 1135 to 1154

Background imageImages Dated 17th March 2007: Meeting of Stephen and Prince Henry at Wallingford, Oxfordshire, 1153

Meeting of Stephen and Prince Henry at Wallingford, Oxfordshire, 1153. The middle of the 12th century in England was dominated by a civil war between the rival claimants to the throne, Matilda

Background imageImages Dated 17th March 2007: Flight of Matilda from Oxford, 1142

Flight of Matilda from Oxford, 1142. Stephen (1096-1154), the last Norman King of England, reigned from 1135 to 1154. He supported the claim to the throne of Matilda (1102-1167)

Background imageImages Dated 17th March 2007: Revolt of the citizens of London against Matilda, 1141

Revolt of the citizens of London against Matilda, 1141. Stephen (1096-1154), the last Norman King of England, reigned from 1135 to 1154

Background imageImages Dated 17th March 2007: The Empress Matilda and the Queen of Stephen, 12th century

The Empress Matilda and the Queen of Stephen, 12th century. Stephen (1096-1154), the last Norman King of England, reigned from 1135 to 1154

Background imageImages Dated 17th March 2007: King Stephen taken prisoner, 1141

King Stephen taken prisoner, 1141. Stephen (1096-1154), the last Norman King of England, reigned from 1135 to 1154. He supported the claim to the throne of Matilda (1102-1167)

Background imageImages Dated 17th March 2007: Margaret of Lancaster, mother of Henry VII. Artist: WT Mote

Margaret of Lancaster, mother of Henry VII. Artist: WT Mote
Margaret of Lancaster, mother of Henry VII. Lady Margaret Beaufort (1443-1509) was a descendant of John of Gaunt, founder of the House of Lancaster

Background imageImages Dated 17th March 2007: Edward IV receiving the widows contribution, 15th century (19th century). Artist: Mackenzie

Edward IV receiving the widows contribution, 15th century (19th century). Artist: Mackenzie
Edward IV receiving the widows contribution, 15th century (19th century). Edward IV (1442-1483) was King of England from 1461-1483

Background imageImages Dated 17th March 2007: Cardinal Thomas Wolsey (c1475-1530), 1832. Artist: WT Mote

Cardinal Thomas Wolsey (c1475-1530), 1832. Artist: WT Mote
Cardinal Thomas Wolsey (c1475-1530), 1832. Wolsey was an English statesman and a cardinal of the Roman Catholic Church. He was Henry VIIIs most important government minister

Background imageImages Dated 17th March 2007: Planting the Union flag on a bastion, Siege of Vicksburg, 1863

Planting the Union flag on a bastion, Siege of Vicksburg, 1863. Scene from the American Civi War. Hand-coloured later

Background imageImages Dated 17th March 2007: The early home of Abraham Lincoln, Gentryville, Indiana, 19th century

The early home of Abraham Lincoln, Gentryville, Indiana, 19th century. House where American president Abraham Lincoln (1809-1865) lived when young

Background imageImages Dated 17th March 2007: The Catapult, c1868

The Catapult, c1868. A Roman siege engine attacks the city of Carthage during the siege of 146 BC. Delenda est Carthago (Carthage must be destroyed) is carved into the wood. Hand-coloured later

Background imageImages Dated 17th March 2007: Reception of Columbus by Ferdinand and Isabella, Barcelona, 15th century, (19th century)

Reception of Columbus by Ferdinand and Isabella, Barcelona, 15th century, (19th century). Artist: Eugene Deveria
Reception of Columbus by Ferdinand and Isabella in the Casa de la Deputacion, Barcelona, 15th century, (19th century). Christopher Columbus with the King and Queen of Spain. Hand-coloured later



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