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Images Dated 15th November 2013

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wtcc mac497 Featured 15 Nov 2013 Print

wtcc mac497

2013 World Touring Car Championship.
Round 12 - Circuit de Guia, Macau, China.
Friday 15 November 2013.
L to R Ing. Kurt Treml (GER) Team Manager of Liqui Moly Team, Joao Manuel Costa Antunes, The coordinator of Macau Grand Prix Committee, Jean Todt (FRA) Fia President, Franz Engstler (DEU) BMW E90 320 TC, Liqui Moly Team.
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wtcc mac493 Featured 15 Nov 2013 Print

wtcc mac493

2013 World Touring Car Championship.
Round 12 - Circuit de Guia, Macau, China.
Friday 15 November 2013.
Franz Engstler (DEU) BMW E90 320 TC, Liqui Moly Team is donating his overall for the Museum of Macau GP at the presence of Jean Todt (FRA) Fia President and Joao Manuel Costa Antunes, The Coordinator of Macau Grand Prix Committee, and all the manager od the Macau Gran Prix Committee and r Philip Newsome, autohr of the book "The Macau Gp at 60 - A Diamond Celebration".
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Five members of the West Indies Auxiliary Territorial Servic Featured 15 Nov 2013 Print

Five members of the West Indies Auxiliary Territorial Servic

Photograph of five members of the West Indies Auxiliary Territorial Service sitting on a military vehicle, 1943-1947 (c).In the early stages of the Second World War black Caribbean women wishing to support the war effort were given little support or encouragement by the British government. Voluntary groups in the West Indies were given no financial support from the War Office in London and those wishing to travel to Britain were discouraged either by the racial prejudice of recruiting officers or by policies such as that which stipulated that those wishing to serve in Britain had to pay there own passage across the Atlantic. However, in face of the exigencies of war which necessitated the total mobilisation of the Empire and Commonwealth citizens it became clear that this discriminatory policy could not stand. By 1943 West Indian Women were allowed to join the uniformed services and by the end of the war many hundreds had seen service with these organisations and thousands more contributed through work in essential industries and agriculture.One of 69 photographs relating to the West Indies Auxiliary Territorial Service, 1943-1947. Date: 1943

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