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Victorian London, 1897. Fleet Street crowded with traffic from horse-drawn carts, omnibuses, and taxies.

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image of page from the Gutenberg Bible. The Gutenberg Bible was the first major work printed using moveable type.

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Newspaper advertisement encouraging the colonization of Zimbawe by promoting the migration of British colonist to Rhodesia

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WWI, 20 Nov 1916; "H.G. Wells:'For every German bomb, the British drop 20 on the enemy's guns, stores, and communications'." -The Argus, Melbourne

WWI, 20 Nov 1916; "H.G. Wells:'For every German bomb, the British drop 20 on the enemy's guns, stores, and communications'." -The Argus, Melbourne

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You Have All The Superpowers... #lol #haha #funny

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from Mail Online

Hundreds pay tribute to the Duke of Westminster at memorial service

Prince Charles carries an order of service as he leaves the cathedral...

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FREE BOOK yeah I said FREE BOOK!! Black London: Life Before Emancipation by Gretchen Gerzina (1995) A glimpse into the lives of the thousands of Africans living in eighteenth century London. Download PDF Read online More information more FREE BOOKS from lascasbookshelf.tumblr.com ||| Publisher’s Blurb ||| Gerzina has written a fascinating account of London blacks, focusing on the late 18th and early 19th centuries. Because of a paucity of sources from blacks themselves

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The RAF's first ace was New Zealander 'Cobber' Kain. He destroyed 17 enemy aircraft during the fighting in France before his tragic death in a flying accident.

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Rationing chart for 1940-1942 showing types of food and amounts allowed Please remember that the amount actually available did not match this poster.

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circa 1928: Workers at a hat manufacturers in Luton carrying piles of men's straw hats, which were in demand due to a British heatwave. (Photo by Topical Press Agency/Getty Images)

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