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Yorkshire West Riding Historical John Speed 1610 Map Featured Related Images Print

Yorkshire West Riding Historical John Speed 1610 Map

A reproduction of John Speed's historical map of the county of West Yorkshire. Originally published as part of his atlas called The Theatre of the Empire of Great Britain in 1610. John Speed ((1552-1629) was a renowned English cartographer, his maps themselves were of high quality and gained a great reputation for being among the best county maps

© Map Marketing Ltd

Royal ceremonials in the open: at Buckingham Palace, 1918 Featured Related Images Print

Royal ceremonials in the open: at Buckingham Palace, 1918

Royal ceremonials in the open: at Buckingham Palace. An open-air investiture by the king - one of a series at Buckingham Palace, the scene in the quadrangle during the ceremony (top). Two V.C.s headed the recipients of decorations: Sergeant Mountain (West Yorkshires) and Private T. Young (Durhams). Final recipient was Mrs Flowerdew, mother of late Lieutenant Gordon Flowerdew, Canadian Cavalry, who received the V.C. for him. The Royal Silver Wedding Procession of 3000 Women War-workers to Buckingham Palace in shown below. After the address by the king, the sections marched past including V.A.D.s, Women's Legion, W.A.A.C.s, Wrens, Land Girls, Foresters, National Land Service Corps girls, Munitioners and many others. Date: 1918

© Illustrated London News Ltd/Mary Evans

Some Honours Men by Lieutenant Fred May Featured Related Images Print

Some Honours Men by Lieutenant Fred May

Caricuatures of some officers who had won military honours in the First World War. Bottom left is Captain Brown who got his DSO in 1914, was a prisoner in Germany but managed to escape. In the middle is Lieutenant Frederick William Palmer V.C. of the Royal Fusiliers, who was awarded the Victoria Cross for his actions near Courcelette in France in February 1917 where he took control of his company after all the officers had fallen. He dislodged an enemy machine gun and maintained a barricaded position despite eight counter-attacks, all the while rallying other men. Bottom left is Captain B. A. Saunders, M.C., West Yorkshire Regiment, top right Captain W. A. Wolfendle M.C. of the King's Own Lancaster Regiment and then R.A.F, top middle is Major D. J. R. Richards, D.S.O, M.C or the Royal Garrison Artillery and in the top right is Lieutenant H. Furniss, MC, The Duke of Wellington's Regiment. Date: 1918

© Illustrated London News Ltd/Mary Evans