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Choose from 67 pictures in our 01049 collection for your Wall Art or Photo Gift. All professionally made for Quick Shipping. We are proud to offer this selection in partnership with Memory Lane Prints.


Aerial view showing the damage to the Mohne Dam in the Ruhr Valley Featured 01049 Image

Aerial view showing the damage to the Mohne Dam in the Ruhr Valley

Aerial view showing the damage to the Mohne Dam in the Ruhr Valley, Germany following an attack by Royal Air Force No. 617 Squadron (subsequently publicised as the "Dam Busters") on the Mohne and Eder Dams in the Ruhr Valley, Germany, using a specially developed "bouncing bomb" invented and developed by Barnes Wallis .
The raids were carried out on the night of 16th ?17th May 1943 and caused causing catastrophic flooding of the Ruhr valley and of villages in the Eder valley.
In this picture the vast lake which used to be locked up behind the massive structure has almost vanished and the bottom of the reservoir is largely exposed.
17th May 1943

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Russell Smith of Southport shows just how fit you can be at 80 Featured 01049 Image

Russell Smith of Southport shows just how fit you can be at 80

Russell Smith of Southport shows just how fit you can be at 80. Mr Smith, a retired industrial engineer claims the secret of staying young is 3.5 - 5 minutes of exercise each day. He is pictured in a bumper car with holidaymaker Eveline Uren, from Newcastle. 30th June 1962

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1960s, 1962, 20th Century, Elderly, Exercise, Fairs And Fairground Rides, Keep Fit, Man, Oap, Old, Pensioner, Seaside, Southport

Picture shows Major James Hewitt (wearing white shirt number 2) Featured 01049 Image

Picture shows Major James Hewitt (wearing white shirt number 2)

Picture shows Major James Hewitt (wearing white shirt number 2).
See other frames in this set which show : Prince Charles (Red shirt wearing number 3) was locked in a fierce battle with Princess Diana's friend Major James Hewitt today (white shirt wearing number 2), on the polo field.
At one stage, as Major Hewitt challenged the prince, the commentator exclaimed "Oh, I say ! That riding off was a bit rough"
Despite determined riding by Charles, the Gulf hero's team won 4-1 at Windsor.
The polo prizes were presented by another royal, Princess Beatrice, the two year old daughter of The Duchess of York and Prince Andrew.
Picture taken 16th July 1991

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