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Images Dated 1st February 2016

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Choose from 41 pictures in our Images Dated 1st February 2016 collection for your Wall Art or Photo Gift. Popular choices include Framed Prints, Canvas Prints, Posters and Jigsaw Puzzles. All professionally made for quick delivery. We are proud to offer this selection in partnership with Mary Evans Prints Online.


Cynthia Mosley and children Featured 1 Feb 2016 Print

Cynthia Mosley and children

Lady Cynthia Mosley, nee Curzon (1899-1933), second daughter of Lord Curzon who married Sir Oswald Mosley in 1920. Known as Cimmie, she became Labour MP for Stoke-on-Trent in 1929 and later followed her husband when he became leader of the National Union of Fascists (the New Party). She died in 1933 after an operation for appendicitis. Pictured with her two elder children, Vivien and Nicholas near her home of Savehay Farm, Denham, Buckinghamshire. Date: 1931

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The Mosleys on holiday in Antibes Featured 1 Feb 2016 Print

The Mosleys on holiday in Antibes

Lady Cynthia Mosley, M.P. for Stoke-on-Trent, formerly Cynthia Curzon, first wife of Sir Oswald Mosley, taking a photograph of her son Nicholas, on holiday at Cap d'Antibes on the French Riviera where, comments The Sketch, 'they have no doubt achieved a fine sunburn.' Cynthia, known as Cimmie was the second daughter of Lord Curzon. She died in 1933 after an operation for appendicitis. Mosley subsequently married Diana Mitford (Mrs Bryan Guinness) with whom he had been having an affair. Date: 1929

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Caricature of Henry Labouchere, politician and writer Featured 1 Feb 2016 Print

Caricature of Henry Labouchere, politician and writer

Caricature of Henry Du Pre Labouchere (1831-1912), English politician, writer, publisher and theatre owner. A commentary on a libel case between Henry Labouchere, the proprietor and editor of Truth magazine, and Edward Levy-Lawson of the Daily Telegraph. "Does Mr. Pottinger, or any other sane person, believe that Mr. Labouchere would have risked his life by fighting a duel?"
1881

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