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Messerschmitt Bf-109E-1 Featured Croydon Print

Messerschmitt Bf-109E-1

Messerschmitt Bf-109 of Luftwaffe Stab 3./ Jagdgeschwader 26 Which Force-Landed in a Field in Kent, Southern England UK after Being Shot-Down by Squadron Leader Henry C Sawyer in a Spitfire 1 of 65 Squadron RAF During the Battle-Of-Britain . the Bf-109 Pilot Was Geschwader-Adjutant, Oberleutenant Werner Bartels Who Was Captured Seriously Wounded and Taken Prisoner. This Aircraft Wa Slater Put on Display in a Car Park in Croydon, South London, UK. the Bf-109 Had Been Escorting an Attack Against a Convoy of UK Ships in the Thames Estuary, Led by Major Adolf Galland Date: 1940

© aviation-images.com / Mary Evans Picture Library

Vickers Vimy Commercial FB-28 Featured Croydon Print

Vickers Vimy Commercial FB-28

Instone Air Line Vickers Vimy Commercial Fb-28 with a Cargo of Strawberries Arriving from France at 6.30Pm - These Go Direct to the Jam-Factory of Messrs Crosbie's Ltd in the Truck with Crosbie's Nap Pickles Titles Date: 1920s

© aviation-images.com / Mary Evans Picture Library

1910s, 1920s, Aeronautical, Air, Airliner, Biplane, Bomber, Civil, Commercial, Croydon, England, Fb 28, Flight, G Easi, Instone, Line, London, Military, Pistonprop, Plane, Terminal, Twin Engine, Uk, Vickers, Vimy, Ww1

Suffrage N.U.W.S.S Croydon Branch 1909 Featured Croydon Print

Suffrage N.U.W.S.S Croydon Branch 1909

Suffrage N.U.W.S.S Croydon Branch 1909. In November 1909, the Croydon Branch of the National Union of Women's Suffrage Societies organised a Suffrage Week'. On Tuesday 9th November, members marched to Pembroke Hall carrying banners and emblems designed and made by the Artists Suffrage League. These had been shown at the Congress of the International Woman Suffrage Alliance, held in London, April to May 1909. The photograph shows a hall set out for afternoon tea as on Wednesday this was served while a fundraising red and white sale was held. Hanging on the walls are many banners which can just be identified - includes George Eliot designed by Mary Lowndes Edith Pechey Phipson (Mary Lowndes) a serpent and cockerel which represented Doctors and Surgeons and the lower half of A Montgomerie Beddo (designer unknown) Date: 1909

© The March of the Women Collection / Mary Evans Picture Library