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Background imageGoggles Collection: 1937 12hr Sports Car Race

1937 12hr Sports Car Race
DONINGTON PARK, UNITED KINGDOM - JULY 24: Hector Dobbs and "B. Bira", 1st position during the 12hr Sports Car Race at Donington Park on July 24, 1937 in Donington Park, United Kingdom

Background imageGoggles Collection: Churchills praise for RAF Pilots

Churchills praise for RAF Pilots
" Never was so much owed by so many to so few" - Prime Minister Winston Churchill from a speech made on 20th August 1940

Background imageGoggles Collection: SIR EDMUND HILLARY (1919-2008). New Zealand mountaineer and explorer. Sir Edmund Hillary

SIR EDMUND HILLARY (1919-2008). New Zealand mountaineer and explorer. Sir Edmund Hillary and Tenzing Norgay near the summit of Mount Everest, 28 May 1953

Background imageGoggles Collection: Recruitment poster for the Corps of Military Police

Recruitment poster for the Corps of Military Police - Second World War. circa 1940

Background imageGoggles Collection: Heinz Advertisement

Heinz Advertisement
Photographer: Ponting, Herbert (1870-1935). Expedition: British Antarctic Expedition 1910-13. Leader: Captain Robert Falcon Scott

Background imageGoggles Collection: Amelia Earhart, pioneering aviator, with plane

Amelia Earhart, pioneering aviator, with plane
Amelia Mary Earhart (1897-1937), American pioneering aviator, standing in front of her plane. Date: circa 1930s

Background imageGoggles Collection: Brooklands Race Poster

Brooklands Race Poster
A poster for the British equivalent of the Le Mans 24- hour race, the Brooklands Double-twelve hour race

Background imageGoggles Collection: DOG. Basset hound wearing goggles & helmet

DOG. Basset hound wearing goggles & helmet
JD-19897 DOG. Basset hound wearing goggles & helmet John Daniels Please note that prints are for personal display purposes only and may not be reproduced in any way

Background imageGoggles Collection: Motor Racing 1930S

Motor Racing 1930S
A poster advertising a mixed car and motorcycles racing programme at the Nurburgring in Germany

Background imageGoggles Collection: Jack Johnson on his Racing Motor Car

Jack Johnson on his Racing Motor Car
Arthur John Johnson, better known as Jack Johnson, the American heavyweight boxer, pictured in 1908. Johnson was the World Heavyweight Champion between 1908 and 1915

Background imageGoggles Collection: Juan Manuel Fangio - Racing driver in action Circa 1955

Juan Manuel Fangio - Racing driver in action Circa 1955

Background imageGoggles Collection: 1962 Belgian GP

1962 Belgian GP
SPA-FRANCORCHAMPS, BELGIUM - JUNE 17: Jim Clark, Bruce McLaren, Innes Ireland, Maurice Trintignant and Carel Godin de Beaufort during the drivers briefing

Background imageGoggles Collection: Television Chefs 'The Two Fat ladies'Jennifer Paterson

Television Chefs "The Two Fat ladies"Jennifer Paterson
Television Chefs " The Two Fat ladies" Jennifer Paterson and Clarissa Dickson-Wright pictured on motorbike with side car in Edinburgh before the launch of their book. 14th March 1997

Background imageGoggles Collection: Bank holiday at Goodwood

Bank holiday at Goodwood
A plug and spanner bank holiday at Goodwood. R. D. Poore in his 3.8 Alfa-Romeo and Leslie Johnson in the E-type 1 1/2 litre E.R.A. top the rise after St

Background imageGoggles Collection: Amy Johnson - pioneering English pilot

Amy Johnson - pioneering English pilot
Amy Johnson (later Mollison) CBE (1903-1941) - pioneering English pilot who was the first woman to fly solo from London to Australia

Background imageGoggles Collection: 1953 24 Hours of Le Mans

1953 24 Hours of Le Mans
CIRCUIT DE LA SARTHE, FRANCE - JUNE 13: Stirling Moss / Peter Walker, Jaguar Cars, Jaguar C-type during the 24 Hours of Le Mans at Circuit de la Sarthe on June 13, 1953 in Circuit de la Sarthe

Background imageGoggles Collection: Poster, Sir Alan Cobhams National Aviation Day Campaign

Poster, Sir Alan Cobhams National Aviation Day Campaign Air Display (also known as Cobhams Flying Circus), Chapel Farm, Lochgelly Road, Kirkcaldy, 13-14 July 1935. Date: 1935

Background imageGoggles Collection: World War II themed Coca-Cola advertisement poster, 1941

World War II themed Coca-Cola advertisement poster, 1941
COCA-COLA AD, 1941. World War II themed Coca-Cola advertisement poster, 1941

Background imageGoggles Collection: The Battle of Britain

The Battle of Britain
A circular painting depicting the brave men of the Royal Airforce on the ground and in action during the Battle of Briatin

Background imageGoggles Collection: Amelia Earhart (1897-1937) in Boston training plane, 1926 (b / w photo)

Amelia Earhart (1897-1937) in Boston training plane, 1926 (b / w photo)
SLS249192 Amelia Earhart (1897-1937) in Boston training plane, 1926 (b/w photo) by American Photographer, (20th century); Schlesinger Library, Radcliffe Institute

Background imageGoggles Collection: Amy Johnson CBE (1903-1941) - pioneering English female pilot - pictured standing in

Amy Johnson CBE (1903-1941) - pioneering English female pilot - pictured standing in front of her Gipsy Moth just before she undertook a 19-day solo flight to Australia

Background imageGoggles Collection: Britains frogmen divers by G. H. Davis

Britains frogmen divers by G. H. Davis
Introducing Britains frog-men: diving wreckers who blasted open a path to the Normandy beaches. These underwater commandos worked off the D-Day beaches

Background imageGoggles Collection: Conrad von Hotzendorf, Austro-Hungarian Army, WW1

Conrad von Hotzendorf, Austro-Hungarian Army, WW1
Count Franz Conrad von Hotzendorf (1852-1925), Chief of the General Staff of the Austro-Hungarian Army at the outbreak of the First World War. Seen here with his Chief of Staff, General Muller

Background imageGoggles Collection: Brooklands Poster

Brooklands Poster
A poster for the racing programme at Brooklands Race Tract at Weybridge, Surrey, featuring Sir Malcolm Campbell driving (at the time) the worlds fastest car, Bluebird

Background imageGoggles Collection: Police Motorcycle Team at Crystal Palace

Police Motorcycle Team at Crystal Palace
The Metropolitan Police Motorcycle Team at Crystal Palace Centre. Five of the riders are wearing white corker helmets and all are riding White Triumph motorcycles with white legshields

Background imageGoggles Collection: Car & Motorbike on Road

Car & Motorbike on Road
A motorcyclist and two ladies in an open saloon car enjoy a drive into the country in this advertisement for Gargoyle Mobiloils & Greases

Background imageGoggles Collection: Girls on Sun Bed

Girls on Sun Bed
A group of factory girls from Leeds, Yorkshire, England, topping up their tans with the aid of sunray treatment. Shame about the goggles... Date: early 1930s

Background imageGoggles Collection: A young John Surtees sitting astride his Vincent motorbike at a race track

A young John Surtees sitting astride his Vincent motorbike at a race track. 1951

Background imageGoggles Collection: Welders, or For Full Employment After the War. Poster, 1944, by Ben Shahn for the Congress of

Welders, or For Full Employment After the War. Poster, 1944, by Ben Shahn for the Congress of Industrial Organizations
WWII: EMPLOYMENT POSTER. Welders, or For Full Employment After the War. Poster, 1944, by Ben Shahn for the Congress of Industrial Organizations

Background imageGoggles Collection: DOG. Basset hound wearing goggles

DOG. Basset hound wearing goggles
JD-19898 DOG. Basset hound wearing goggles John Daniels Please note that prints are for personal display purposes only and may not be reproduced in any way

Background imageGoggles Collection: Calthorpe Racing Car

Calthorpe Racing Car
1908 Tourist Trophy Race, 24th Sept, Calthorpe 4-cylinder racing car. Known as the Four Inch Race because that was the maximum size of cylinder bore allowed for entry. Race heId on Isle of Man

Background imageGoggles Collection: Doolittle / Gee Bee Plane

Doolittle / Gee Bee Plane
Captain James Doolittle, American aviator, and his Gee Bee plane

Background imageGoggles Collection: 1928 BARC Whitsun Meeting

1928 BARC Whitsun Meeting
BROOKLANDS, UNITED KINGDOM - MAY 28: Chris S. Staniland rests against his Bugatti during the BARC Whitsun Meeting at Brooklands on May 28, 1928 in Brooklands, United Kingdom. (Photo by LAT Images)

Background imageGoggles Collection: WW2 poster, Wings for Victory, Lets Go, National Savings. Date: circa 1944

WW2 poster, Wings for Victory, Lets Go, National Savings. Date: circa 1944

Background imageGoggles Collection: British airman dropping a bomb by hand, WW1

British airman dropping a bomb by hand, WW1
A British airman dropping a bomb by hand, in midair, during the First World War. The message on the bomb reads: Hun, Bulgar, Share This Ration. Date: 1914-1918

Background imageGoggles Collection: Radiation Therapy / 1928

Radiation Therapy / 1928
A group of young boys, wearing protective goggles are subjected to radiation therapy, using ultra violet light

Background imageGoggles Collection: 1966 Dutch GP

1966 Dutch GP
ZANDVOORT, NETHERLANDS - JULY 24: Jim Clark, Lotus 33 Climax during the Dutch GP at Zandvoort on July 24, 1966 in Zandvoort, Netherlands. (Photo by Rainer Schlegelmilch)

Background imageGoggles Collection: 1963 Italian GP

1963 Italian GP
AUTODROMO NAZIONALE MONZA, ITALY - SEPTEMBER 08: Lorenzo Bandini during the Italian GP at Autodromo Nazionale Monza on September 08, 1963 in Autodromo Nazionale Monza, Italy

Background imageGoggles Collection: Gertrude Ederle, American swimmer, 1926

Gertrude Ederle, American swimmer, 1926. On 6 August 1926 Ederle (1905-2003) became the first woman to swim across the English Channel, which she achieved in a time of 14 hours and 30 minutes

Background imageGoggles Collection: Two women police officers in gas masks, London, WW2

Two women police officers in gas masks, London, WW2
Two women police officers in gas masks in London during the Second World War. One of them is Florence Bragg (joined November 1936). Date: 1940s

Background imageGoggles Collection: Stirling Moss became the first Englishman to win the 1000 mile road race

Stirling Moss became the first Englishman to win the 1000 mile road race
25 year old Stirling Moss of Great Britain yesterday became the first Englishman to win the 1000 mile road race, Mille Miglia

Background imageGoggles Collection: 2007 Bahrain GP

2007 Bahrain GP
BAHRAIN INTERNATIONAL CIRCUIT, BAHRAIN - APRIL 15: Ferrari pit crew follows the race closely on screen in the garage during the Bahrain GP at Bahrain International Circuit on April 15

Background imageGoggles Collection: 1938 French GP

1938 French GP
REIMS-GUEUX, FRANCE - JULY 03: Philippe Etancelin during the French GP at Reims-Gueux on July 03, 1938 in Reims-Gueux, France. (Photo by LAT Images)

Background imageGoggles Collection: Dispatch Rider Violet Goozee. March 1944 P009053

Dispatch Rider Violet Goozee. March 1944 P009053

Background imageGoggles Collection: 1936 Eifelrennen

1936 Eifelrennen
NuRBURGRING, GERMANY - JUNE 14: Bernd Rosemeyer, Auto Union C during the Eifelrennen at Nurburgring on June 14, 1936 in Nurburgring, Germany. (Photo by LAT Images)

Background imageGoggles Collection: 1966 French Grand Prix

1966 French Grand Prix. Reims, France. 1-3 July 1966. Lorenzo Bandini (Ferrari 312). Ref-2319. World Copyright - LAT Photographic

Background imageGoggles Collection: 1017097435-LAT-19210801-black7207

1017097435-LAT-19210801-black7207

Background imageGoggles Collection: Heres a new kind of mermaid with ten peculiar hands and the same number of feet - webbed

Heres a new kind of mermaid with ten peculiar hands and the same number of feet - webbed. Actually, the subwater goddess effect is formed by five beauties who invaded a beach at Hamburg, Germany 1954



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"Goggles: The Unsung Heroes of Adventure and Courage" From the daring RAF pilots who earned Churchill's praise to the fearless mountaineers like Sir Edmund Hillary conquering Mount Everest, they have been a constant companion in their extraordinary journeys. These humble yet essential accessories shielded their eyes from harsh winds, blinding snowstorms, and relentless sun rays. In the Corps of Military Police recruitment poster, a soldier donning goggles symbolizes vigilance and readiness to protect. Similarly, Heinz celebrated these versatile eyewear by featuring them in an advertisement that showcased how they enhance every culinary experience. Amy Johnson, the pioneering English pilot known for her record-breaking flights across continents, trusted her goggles to navigate through treacherous skies. As depicted in Sir Alan Cobham's National Aviation Day Campaign poster, goggles became synonymous with aviation enthusiasts embracing freedom above clouds. Not limited to aviators alone, motor racing enthusiasts of the 1930s recognized the importance as they sped around tracks at exhilarating speeds. Even man's best friend joined in on the action - a basset hound wearing goggles and a helmet epitomized canine charm and style. The Brooklands Race Poster captured the essence of speed and danger while emphasizing racers' reliance on protective gear like helmets and goggles. Amelia Earhart herself understood this necessity all too well; she fearlessly soared through uncharted territories with her trusty pair shielding her vision from wind gusts high above ground. Even beyond Earth's atmosphere, during the 1962 Belgian GP race or Amy Johnson CBE standing proudly next to her plane as shown in photographs - it was clear that these small but mighty accessories played an indispensable role in ensuring safety amidst thrilling pursuits and can more than just practical tools; they represent courage, determination, and innovation throughout history. Whether soaring through skies or speeding along racetracks – those who wear them embody adventure itself.