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Images Dated 24th May 2011

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Prince of Wales with Denys Finch-Hatton Featured 24 May 2011 Print

Prince of Wales with Denys Finch-Hatton

Prince of Wales, later King Edward VIII, and Duke of Windsor, pictured with the Hon. Denys Finch-Hatton, who had accompanied the Prince on his most recent safari in East Africa. Denys Finch-Hatton, was a big game hunter and was immortalised in the autobiographical novel by Karen Blixen (Isak Dinesen), Out of Africa. He was killed shortly after this photograph was taken when the Gypsy Moth he was flying crashed in Kenya. Date: 1931

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1978 Italian Grand Prix: Ronnie Peterson, he was tragically killed in a startline accident. portrait Featured 24 May 2011 Print

1978 Italian Grand Prix: Ronnie Peterson, he was tragically killed in a startline accident. portrait

1978 Italian Grand Prix.
Monza, Italy, 8-10 September 1978.
Ronnie Peterson (Lotus 79-Ford), he was tragically killed in a startline accident. portrait.
World Copyright: LAT Photographic
Ref: 78RP002

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Italy, Umbria, Preci. A narrow street in Preci, known throughout Europe in the sixteenth century for its school for surgeons, founded by Benedictine monks, their main trade being the removal of kidney stones, eye surgery Featured 24 May 2011 Print

Italy, Umbria, Preci. A narrow street in Preci, known throughout Europe in the sixteenth century for its school for surgeons, founded by Benedictine monks, their main trade being the removal of kidney stones, eye surgery

Italy, Umbria, Preci. A narrow street in Preci, known throughout Europe in the sixteenth century for its school for surgeons, founded by Benedictine monks, their main trade being the removal of kidney stones, eye surgery and castration

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