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Images Dated 31st July 2015

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Advertisement in The Illustrated London News publicising the forthcoming story of ' Featured 31 Jul 2015 Print

Advertisement in The Illustrated London News publicising the forthcoming story of '

Advertisement in The Illustrated London News publicising the forthcoming story of 'Captain Scott's Adventurous Journeys in the Antarctic Region' as narrated by Lieutenant (Ernest) Shackleton. Scott, Shackleton and their team reached the furthest point south and the ILN acquired the exclusive rights to the story. A decade later, it would publish the sad story of Scott's ill-fated attempt to reach the South Pole in which he and four members of his team perished. Date: 1903

© Illustrated London News Ltd/Mary Evans Illustrated London News Ltd/Mary Evans

Uniformed men of the Auxiliary Fire Service marching to church Featured 31 Jul 2015 Print

Uniformed men of the Auxiliary Fire Service marching to church

Uniformed men of the Auxiliary Fire Service marching to church. After an inspection by the chief officer of the London Fire Brigade, men and women of the Auxiliary Fire Service marched from Clapham Common (London) to the parish church to attend their first church parade. The Service had been organised to assist the London Fire Brigade in wartime, particularly in dealing with the effects of air raids. Date: 9th October 1938

© Mary Evans/Robert Hunt Collection

Two unnamed men risked their lives in a daring exploit to stand on the tarmac of an Featured 31 Jul 2015 Print

Two unnamed men risked their lives in a daring exploit to stand on the tarmac of an

Two unnamed men risked their lives in a daring exploit to stand on the tarmac of an English aerodrome to salute the Belgian air force flag, a symbol of free men. The flag was given by the King of the Belgians to the Belgian Air Force, but when the Allied lines broke in 1940, German orders were to burn the flag. Disobeying orders, Air Force officers stuffed the flag into a shell case and buried it in the woods, where it was later retrieved by an observer in the Belgian Air Force

© Mary Evans/Robert Hunt Collection