RM2K3WE15–A vintage photograph of Bobby's Bank (aka Bobbies Bank) before redevelopment at Whitby, Yorkshire, UK. The original bank used by policemen was replaced by steps as seen in this picture. When redevelopment took place, shops were placed on the site and another bank (the present one) with some steps replaced it. The modern building to the left is Whitby public library. Station Square is just out of shot to the right.
RM2K3WDY9–A 1986 photograph of the sexton of Larpool Lane Cemetery, Whitby, Yorkshire, mowing grass around the gravestones
RM2K3WDBH–A raw old photograph of Talbot Hotel Yard, Whitby , North Yorkshire, UK, looking towards Baxtergate. It was accessed via a set of steps (right of photo) through a short tunnel under the hotel seen at the rear. Mrs F E 'Cissie' Waters was the cottage's (Talbot Cottage) last resident. The substantial hotel was later developed into retail premises and Talbot Yard and its only cottage were dismantled.
RM2K3WDED–An old photo of a restored gargoyle on the roof of St Mary's Parish Church, Whitby, North Yorkshire, UK, Which stands high on the East Cliff and is accessed by 199 stone steps
RM2K3WDH9–A vintage 1980's photograph taken at Whitby Archives and Heritage Centre, Grape Lane, Whitby, North Yorkshire. The Mayor Dalton Peake and his wife share a joke during their visit with (left) Stephen Suggett (military advisor) and (right) Colin Waters founder and Director of the Archives.
RM2K3WCWE–1960's Klishograph (printing plate making machine) with operator Colin Waters at work in the Evening Gazette newspaper building, Borough Road, Middlesbrough, Teesside, UK. The machine, primarily invented for newspaper production, etched printing plates automatically. It was developed in 1953 by Rudolf Hell in Kiel
RM2K3WD84–1971. The then new Department of Health administration offices soon after their opening in Gap Road , Alice Springs, Australia.jpg -
RM2K3WD36–A 1971 photograph taken in Waikerie Australia of the entrance to the privately owned natural koala and wildlife park on the property of J.K (Kevin) Twigden, a local apricot farmer. The wildlife park was located on the banks of the Murray river (behind the entrance,
RM2K33RBT–A vintage picture of an anchor and descriptive plaque on Tate Hill Pier, Whitby, North Yorkshire. The Parish church of St Mary can be seen in the background. The inscription reads ' This ancient timber stock anchor was brought up in the nets of the Ocean Venture of Whitby from an area off Maw Wyke on Nov 19th, 1981 and presented to the town by her skipper Mr J. Hebden and crew.
RM2K33R4W–A sketch of El Faro (Costa del Sol, Spain) and its lighthouse as it was in 1993. There has been a lighthouse at or near this point from ancient time when the Phoenicians , Romans , Byzantines , Visigoths and Muslims visited or settled in the area. ---- Un boceto de El Faro (Costa del Sol, España) y su faro tal y como era en 1993. Ha habido un faro en o cerca de este punto desde la antigüedad cuando los fenicios, romanos, bizantinos, visigodos y musulmanes visitaron o se establecieron en la zona.
RM2K33R82–A vintage view (1970s) over the rooftops of Lisbon, Portugal, looking towards the walls of the citadel and São Jorge Castle. The Citadel of Cascais is a group of 15th to 17th century defences for Portugal's Capital city , Lisbon., its coastline and the River Tagus. The tower of Santo António de Cascais, the Fortress of Our Lady of Light (Nossa Senhora da Luz de Cascais), and the former Royal Palace are all encompassed within the citadel..
RM2K33PTP–C 1951 - A group of British soldiers fighting in the war in Korea with the British Commonwealth Forces Korea (BCFK) . members of the grouping included British Commonwealth army, naval and air units and other Australian, Canadian, Indian, and New Zealand units. The The Korean War was fought between North Korea and South Korea between 1950 &1953. Korean names for the war include 6·25 전쟁 , 한국 전쟁,六二五戰爭 , 韓國戰爭, 조국해방전쟁, a祖國解放戰爭. The man centred in the picture is George Todd who became chauffer to the Marquis of Normanby (Lythe, North Yorkshire) and members of royalty.
RM2K36NC0–The original, now very wind-weathered 1933 original stone plaque on the end of the old Whitby Youth Hostel, The hostel was made possible through the efforts of the International Voluntary Service . It features a shield and words and the word PAX (Peace)
RM2K36NRF–A rare 1986 photograph taken of staff at work in the OLD national Cycling Museum in Lincoln. It closed in 1998 and exhibits were transferred to the new National Cycling Museum at the Automobile Palace building, Temple Street, Llandrindod Wells, Powys, Wales. The new museum was officially opened on 21st March 1997 by Mr Tom Norton
RM2K36PAN–Ancient sundial on the wall of the Parish Church of St Mary in Whitby, North Yorkshire : The inscription reads 'OUR DAYS PASS LIKE A SHADOW)
RM2K36P83–A vintage photograph of three Naafi girls working at the The Navy, Army and Air Force Institutes (NAAFI) canteen at Catterick, UK. The lady on the left was Miss Rosamund Waters from Whitby Yorkshire area, other unknown. The modern NAAFI organisation was formed in 1921 By April 1944 it has 7,000 canteens and employed 96,000 as well as controlling ENSA the forces entertainment group.
RM2K33PN1–1986 Britain at work photographic project (to record old trades and tradesmen at work ) Photo show (left to right) John Rhodes, photographer - Rex Greenwood , Dracula impersonator and town crier - Colin Waters, photographer. The photograph was taken in the grounds of Raven Hall Hotel, Ravenscar near Whitby.
RM2K33PJ0–PARTY ANIMAL. A vintage photograph showing a pet goat wearing a Happy Birthday party hat.
RM2K33NXK–An old atmospheric image of Vikings landing on British shores (by an historic recreation group). ------- Et gammelt atmosfærisk billede af vikinger, der lander på britiske kyster (af en historisk rekreationsgruppe). ------- Et gammelt atmosfærisk bilde av vikinger som lander på britiske kyster (av en historisk rekreasjonsgruppe).
RM2K33P1E–An old informal photograph of footballer Jack Charlton an an undisclosed venue. born John Charlton in 1935, he died on the 10th July 2020) and became world famous as a prominent English footballer and manager
RM2K33PEW–An old photo (circa 1975) of Low Farm, Dunsley, Newholm cum Dunsley, North Yorkshire. A Golden Labrador dog wanders through the snow in the historic hamlet om a winters day.
RM2K36P1K–The Dog on tucker box statue near Gundagai, (sculptor Frank Rusconi) as it was in 1971. The Dog on the Tucker Box has been described as `Australia`s best-known pioneer memorial and stands 9 (or 5 according to some sources) miles from Gundagai, Australia. Over 3000 people attended the official unveiling ceremony by Prime Minister Joseph Lyons in 1932.
RM2K36NWX–A rare 1986 photograph taken of staff at work in the OLD national Cycling Museum in Lincoln. It closed in 1998 and exhibits were transferred to the new National Cycling Museum at the Automobile Palace building, Temple Street, Llandrindod Wells, Powys, Wales. The new museum was officially opened on 21st March 1997 by Mr Tom Norton
RM2K33P8E–An old snapshot of the rarely photographed Sneaton Castle , Castle Park, Whitby, Yorkshire UK, taken before the building of the new housing estate. The Castle, a much extended former mansion was once owned by James Wilson who had sold his sugar plantation and 200 slaves to move to Whitby
RM2K2YD91–A 1940's colour portrait of Dr George Trevelyan, Master of Trinity College Cambridge, UK.jpg - George Macaulay Trevelyan (1876 – 1962) also served as Chancellor of Durham University and Regius Professor of History at the University of Cambridge
RM2K2HPPM–1971. An Australian General Motor's Holden with its roof rack fully loaded. The firm began as J. A. Holden & Co., a saddlery business in Adelaide in 1852 started by James Alexander Holden who had emigrated to South Australia from Walsall, England.
RM2K2HPWR–1986 - A British fisherman making fishing nets by hand using a net shuttle
RM2K2HR2B–An atmospheric old photograph of a Burrell traction engine at Whitby, Yorkshire UK. Charles Burrell & Sons were builders of steam traction engines, steam lorries, agricultural machinery and steam tram engines from their base in Thetford, Norfolk and their St Nicholas works on Minstergate and St Nicholas Street.
RM2K2HPEE–WARFARE rock band in 1990. A photo taken at the launch of their HAMMER HORROR album. Evo (Paul Evans , centre right) hands over a signed copy of the new album to the former Whitby Archives Heritage Centre , director Colin Waters, in Grape Lane, in the presence of the other band members and Rex (Dracula) Greenwood.
RM2K2HR0M–A 19th century engraving showing a typical American frontiersman brought in to help fight in the Indian Wars against new settlers.
RM2K2YD69–The fire beacon at the village of Sneaton, near Whitby, North Yorkshire, UK. It is lit as part of the national fire beacon network during national events and celebrations. Beacons on high places have been deployed for centuries throughout Britain since earliest times to sound alarms, (i.e. invasions of Vikings), to mark celebrations (royal jubilees), and to mark other events including to transmit messages. The Romans are said to have had over 50 beacons along the length of Hadrian’s Wall.
RM2K2HKCF–An atmospheric old photograph of a Burrell traction engine at Whitby, Yorkshire UK. Charles Burrell & Sons were builders of steam traction engines, steam lorries, agricultural machinery and steam tram engines from their base in Thetford, Norfolk and their St Nicholas works on Minstergate and St Nicholas Street.
RM2K2HNF7–An old snapshot of Sneaton Castle fields, Castle Park, Whitby, Yorkshire UK, showing the fields as they were before the building of the new housing estate. Sneaton Castle can be seen in the background in the photograph taken from just above the end of Mayfield road. The Castle, a much extended former mansion was once owned by James Wilson who had sold his sugar plantation and 200 slaves to move to Whitby
RM2K2YC5F–A 1940s portrait of Dr Charles Earle Raven (left), Master of Christ's College Cambridge, UK
RM2K2YC1F–A 1940s colour photo of American servicemen at the Grade II listed Bull Hotel, Cambridge, UK. The four storey hotel was built in 1828, and occupies the site of a 1th century inn known as the Black Bull . In 1941 the hotel became a centre for American serviceman who instituted the Bull College , a branch of the Training Within Civilian Agencies programme of the US Army
RM2K2HPHM–A 1940s Post WWII photograph . A New Zealand soldier chats up a local student sitting on her bicycle in the university town of Cambridge , England
RM2K2HN18–Ohio , USA - An 19th century engraving showing the murder of Mary Saunders , a young new settler , attacked by Indian tribesmen after visiting another settlers cabin (Smith family) where she had travelled unaccompanied to visit her young female friend.
RM2K2YD22–A vintage personal signed card from Katharine, Duchess of Kent, GCVO (born Katharine Lucy Mary Worsley; 22 February 1933) sent to Mrs Rosamund Todd, at Mulgrave Castle with flowers on the occasion of the death of her husband George Todd. He was chauffer to the Marquis of Normanby. During his lifetime, Mr Todd considered Katherine Worsley his 'favourite Royal' due to her constant and consistent down to earth attitude and her kindness to him during his official duties. The card reads 'Mrs Todd, These flowers come with my very best wishes Katherine'.
RM2K2HPND–1970's image - ESTABLISHED IN 1963, the Pioneer Settlement Museum at Swan Hill, Australia, was the first outdoor museum to be established in Australia. Since that tie it has developed and grown to include the ultra-modern Heartbeat of the Murray laser light show .
RM2K2YCYE–A rare coloured snapshot of the fishing boat Helga Maria moored near the bridge at Whitby, North Yorkshire, UK. The Helga Maria inspired the film 'Captain Jack' after 'Captain Jack Lammiman defied maritime authorities and sailed with a motley untrained crew to the Arctic. He disguising his vessel, mid voyage, by painting it a different colour to the one being sought by the maritime authorities and coastguards.
RM2K2HPKA–1940s Post WWII photograph of two Cambridge students walking to a students ball.
RM2K2YCMY–Veteran Actor, the late Ian Carmichael, full name Ian Gillett Carmichael, OBE ( 1920 – 2010), examines a local WWII defence corps wardens gas mask & outfit together with Whitby Archives founder & Director, Colin Waters (left) on the occasion of the official opening of the town's heritage centre in Grape Lane.
RM2K2HPTN–1972 Looking down on the former Greenleaves Caravan Park and towards Alice Springs and Heavytree Gap (known as Ntaripe in the local Arrernte Aborigine language), Northern Territory, Australia
RM2K1PHER–Portrait of Nepalese Gurkha, Tulbahadur Pun (1923– 2011) as a young man wearing the Victoria cross awarded to him after putting his life at risk to single handedly capture an enemy light machine-gun position. This allowed supporting fire, enabling the rest of his platoon to reach their objective, At the time he was the sole survivor of his group which on the 23rd June 1944 attempting to take a railway bridge at Mogaung, Burma. At the time he was a Pun was a 21 year old, Rifleman in the 3rd Battalion, 6th Gurkha Rifles, in the Indian Army. नेपाली गोर्खा, तुलबहादुर पुनको चित्र. तुल बहादुर
RM2K1PHXT–A post war (1947) advertisement for D & C, Detroit & Cleveland Navigational Company (Detroit, Cleveland, Buffalo, Chicago, New York)
RM2K1PHT8–A post-war 1940's American public service advertisement on the uses of Cromium & stainless Steel.
RM2K1PHG6–A 1940's American ex fisherman carving lobster pegs by hand. The traditional pegs are intended to stop lobsters from crushing the fingers of those handling them by preventing the large claw joint from closing, as shown in the inset picture.
RM2K1PHKY–A 1940's portrait of Mrs Mercy Renolds (sometimes written Reynolds) 'Chief Bedmaker; at Emmanuel College Cambridge. Bedmakers were and are a regular appointment n British colleges and universities . Their job often involves general cleaning duties.
RM2K1EG6R–A framed portrait entitled 'Sua Maesta Umberto Re d'Italia (His Majesty King Umberto of Italy ) ----( 1844 – 1900) '. He was otherwise known as Umberto I & Umberto Rainerio Carlo Emanuele Giovanni Maria Ferdinando Eugenio di Savoia and was King of Italy from 9 January 1878 until his assassination on 29 July 1900. He was killed by anarchist, Gaetano Bresci, two years after the Bava Beccaris massacre in Milan which the king supported. born in Turin, which was then capital of The Kingdom of Piedmont Umberto was the son of Victor Emmanuel II and Archduchess Adelaide of Austria.
RM2K1EG5K–A 1947 post-war advertisement for Western Union Homeward bound telegrams announcing the coming home of soldiers, sailors and airmen after serving in the 2nd World War. A housewife hugs the telegram boy with delight
RM2K1EGCG–A 1947 post-war advertisement for the new range of Radio Corporation of America (RCA) mirror-backed Kinescope Victor television sets ( a 6 X 8 inch screen and a 15 X 20 inch version)
RM2K1EG9R–A 1947 post-war advertisement for the return of the 'Magic Carpet' of Grand Central Station, railway, New York, USA. (20th Century Ltd)
RM2K152N3–An old Halloween greetings card featuring a ghost and a magic mirror which was supposed to reveal the face of the person someone would marry, if looked at during the final hour of Halloween
RM2K152NH–A vintage cut-0ut image of a witch riding her broomstick through the air with a cat clinging on behind.
RM2K1519C–1940's advertisement for the Union Pacific Railroad
RM2K152A0–A 1947 U.S. advertisement for Texaco products, Fire Chief Gasoline, Sky Chief Gasoline, Havoline, motor oils & Marfak lubrication and the Texaco Star Theatre with James Melton.
RM2K15302–LOBSTERS REARING - (left) First shell (1 day old) lobsters - (right) 5th shell infant lobsters (1940's illustration)
RM2K1524N–1940's Indian women in full Purdahs- Purdah meaning curtain or veil (from Hindi-Urdu پردہ, पर्दा ) The religious and social practice ensures female seclusion or the covering of bodies in some Muslim and Hindu communities. A woman who practices purdah is usually referred to as pardanashin or purdahnishan. --- 1940 के दशक में पूर्ण पर्दा में भारतीय महिलाएं- पर्दा का अर्थ है पर्दा या घूंघट ----1940 کی ہندوستانی خواتین مکمل پردہ میں- پردہ کا مطلب پردہ یا پردہ
RM2K152G5–Andrew Jackson ( 1767 – 1845), the seventh president of the United States from 1829 to 1837 was an American lawyer, planter, army general, politician and statesman who was colloquially referred to 'Old Hickory'. He served as the 1st Federal Military Commissioner of Florida, Justice of the Tennessee Supreme Court.because of his toughness, and Jackson became known as 'Old Hickory' , a term first used by soldiers under his command.
RM2K1516G–1900 HOLLAND AMERICA LINE (also known as Nederlandsche-Amerikaansche Stoomvaart Maatschappij , Dutch-American Steamship Company), & Holland-Amerika Lijn) ---- A letterhead illustration believed to be SS Noordam, (Scrapped 1927), The Noordam is notable in that she alerted RMS Titanic to ice early into its ill-fated maiden voyage.jpg - 2K
RM2K128YF–A 1947 American post-war advertisement for Bell Telephone Company / Bell Telephone System, saying that connections are getting better and will soon be back to pre-war standards including long distance calls.
RM2K128TX–3 1947 post war (WWII) American advertisements for military academies , Florida (Colonel Walter Medels, St Petersburg); Greenbrier (Colonel D T Moore, Lewisburg) and Kemper (Colonel A M Hitch, Boonsville)
RM2K128NT–1947 coloured USA advertisement for Canadian Pacific Railways
RM2K128KJ–1947 coloured USA advertisement for Banff Springs Hotel, ( Fairmont Banff Springs, Banff, Canada, built in 1888, in the form of a Scottish Baronial mansion and reopened when the war ended in 1945.
RM2K0MNXR–OLD WHITBY (North Yorkshire) and its history --- An old print, supposedly showing the return of Cook's 'Endeavour' to Whitby harbour in the 1700s. The view looks across the river Esk towards the parish church and Abbey, with its 199 steps. The Endeavour can be seen beyond the old piers as they were at that time.
RM2K0MRAY–An old engraving showing A view of the north side of Tangier, Morocco on the road from the English settlement of Whitby, & garrison, lived in by British workers building a defensive mole. In the distance are Yorke castle & Peterborow tower (named after York & Peterborough in the UK). The mole cost £340,000 and reached 1,436 ft (438 m) long before its destruction. Funding proved a problem and soldiers in the garrison had to wait over two years to be paid, leading to a mutiny which was quickly brought to an end by Governor Fairborne who personally shot one of the mutineers dead on the spot.
RM2K0MPD2–OLD WHITBY (North Yorkshire) and its history --- Lieutenant-General Peregrine Lascelles (1685–1772). A Reproduction of the epitaph to General Peregrine Lascelles in Whitby Parish Church. He was born at Staithside, Whitby, North Yorkshire, in one of the buildings that were built on stilts over the river Esk (now demolished on St Anne's Staithe. Locally he was remember as 'An Honest Man'. His surname is sometimes spelled Lascells. He was court-martialled after the Battle of Preston-pans when his forces lost the battle in 15 minutes.
RM2K0MRNF–OLD WHITBY (North Yorkshire) and its history --- An old coloured print showing Arguments Yard. The name reflects an old family named Argument that owned property there and nothing to do with any conflicts that took place.
RM2K0MNHY–OLD WHITBY (North Yorkshire) and its history --- A Victorian engraving showing the old pack-mans causeway close to Cock Mill in Golden Grove, near Whitby
RM2K0MR0A–17th Century Amulet as a protection against contracting diseases together with its incantation. It features the Ouroboros serpent eating its own tail symbolising eternity or continuity. The symbol is ancient and has been found on ancient Egyptian carvings.
RM2K0MP12–OLD WHITBY (North Yorkshire) and its history --- A representation of part of an inscription found on the remains of a foundation stone when constructing Raven Hall at Ravenscar near Whitby in 1774 (some records say 1717) when building Pak House, otherwise known as Raven Halll built by Captain William Childs of London. A Captain in the King's Regiment of light Dragoons. In the 1500's the ruins and a farm on the site were owned by John Beswick. It has been translated as 'Justinianus, commander; Vindicianus, magister, built this tower and fort from alpha to omega' (begining to end).
RM2K0MPPX–An old painting of Whitby, North Yorkshire looking inland, showing the old hand operated wooden drawbridge that men could raise & lower to allow vessels out to sea or into the harbour. It was preceded by a small stone packhorse bridge which once crossed the then shallower harbour, leading to the abbey. It had an associated bridge chapel (west side). Part of the old pack horse bridge was uncovered circa 1980's when work was undertaken (under the road at the bottom of Golden Lion Bank . It was back-filled).
RM2K0MP7R–Whitby (Yorkshire UK,) Horngarth or Penny Hedge traditional ceremony circa 1905. An historic photograph showing the annual ceremony of planting the Penny Hedge or Horngarth in the river Esk at Whitby, North Yorkshire, UK. On completion of the hedge the man with the horn blows 'out on ye' (Get Out) challenging the tide to destroy the penny hedge within three tides, in line with a local legend. The custom takes place at Abraham's Bosom on the eve of Ascension Day (40th day after Easter Sunday) , in the mud on the east bank of the River Esk .
RM2K0MRHH–OLD WHITBY (North Yorkshire) and its history --- An old coloured print of the ruins of Whitby Abbey with cows drinking from the abbey fish pond. The abbey was dissolved during the Dissolution of monasteries by King Henry 8th.
RM2K0MPK0–OLD WHITBY (North Yorkshire) and its history --- The seal of Whitby Abbey with a representation of St Hilda (Hild) it's abbess
RM2K0MR5X–17th Century Amulet to prevent farm animals from contracting diseases. It had a ring to enable it to be attached to an animals collar
RM2K0DGCE–QUEEN OF SWEDEN -An unusual portrait of Sophia Wilhelmina Mariana Henrietta, Queen Dowager of Sweden (& Norway) , born at Biebrich, Nassau, 1836, died Stockholm 1913. The wife of King Oscar II, she was also known as Sophia of Nassau . They married on 6 June 1857 at the Castle in Wiesbaden-Biebrich-- Et uvanlig portrett av Sophia Wilhelmina Mariana Henrietta, dronning enkeiser av Sverige ,1836-1913 født i Biebrich, Nassau, kone til hustru til kong Oscar II--- Ett ovanligt porträtt av Sophia Wilhelmina Mariana Henrietta, drottning Dowager of Sweden (& Norge) - hustru till kung Oscar II.
RM2K0DG2C–An old British carved image of Saint Radegunda, Queen, consort of Clotaire I, King of the Franks. Her name was also spelled Radegund ,Radegundis, Rhadegund, Radegonde, and Radigund (circa c. 520 – 587) was a Thuringian princess and Frankish queen, who founded the Abbey of the Holy Cross at Poitiers. She is the patron saint of Jesus College, Cambridge (full name 'The College of the Blessed Virgin Mary, Saint John the Evangelist and the glorious Virgin Saint Radegund, near Cambridge' --- Une ancienne image sculptée de saint Radegunda, reine, épouse de Clotaire Ier, roi des Francs.
RM2K0DG38–Charlotte, Queen, consort of George III, King of Great Britain, 1744-1818. full name; Charlotte of Mecklenburg-Strelitz (Sophia Charlotte; (1744 – 1818). Electress / Queen consort of Hanover. She was , allegedly known as 'Snuffy Charlotte' due to her heavy use of snuff. --- Charlotte, Königin, Gemahlin von Georg III., König von Großbritannien, 1744-1818 vollständiger Name; Charlotte von Mecklenburg-Strelitz (Sophia Charlotte; (1744 – 1818). Kurfürstin / Königingemahlin von Hannover. Sie war angeblich wegen ihres starken Schnupftabakkonsums als 'Snuffy Charlotte' bekannt.
RM2K0DGME–A contemporary image of George Thomas hung at Carmarthen Prison at 8 o'clock on Tuesday, February 13th, 1894. He had murdered Mary Jane Jones a 15 year old who he had had a relationship with. When she ended the relationship with her 25 year old lover Thomas, pleaded for one last walk down a Carmarthen country lane . There he cut her throat with a razor before turning himself in to the police. Thomas was a farm labourer who had previously served as an infantry soldier. His victim was Mary Jane Jones. Mary was just 15 1/2 and lived with her aunt, Mrs. Rosie Dyer, at Tawclan Cottage, Carma
RM2K023X0–WWI - Wartime munitions and supplies -A scene showing French munition workers stacking shells. ---- Erster Weltkrieg - Kriegsmunition und Vorräte - Eine Szene, in der französische Munitionsarbeiter Granaten stapeln. ---- Première Guerre mondiale - Munitions et fournitures en temps de guerre - Une scène montrant des Français des travailleurs des munitions empilant des obus. ----
RM2K023N0–WWI - Wartime munitions and supplies - A scene showing French munition workers in a moulding unit making machinery parts. ---- Première Guerre mondiale - Munitions et fournitures en temps de guerre - Une scène montrant des Français des travailleurs des munitions dans une unité de moulage fabriquant des pièces de machines. ---- Erster Weltkrieg - Kriegsmunition und Nachschub - Eine Szene, die französische Munitionsarbeiter in einer Formeinheit zeigt, die Maschinenteile herstellt. ----
RM2K0242D–WWI - Wartime munitions and supplies - Inside the packing room at an Army blanket store. --- Première Guerre mondiale - Munitions et fournitures en temps de guerre - À l’intérieur de la salle d’emballage d’un magasin de couvertures de l’armée. ---- WWI - Kriegsmunition und -vorräte - Im Packraum eines Armee-Deckenladens.
RM2K023GM–WWI - A night British reconnoitre patrol unit of soldiers advancing on the Western front near Ypres. -----
RM2K0231R–WWI - Wartime munitions and supplies - Khaki uniform cloth being prepared for the war effort in a British factory --- Première Guerre mondiale - Munitions et fournitures en temps de guerre - Tissu d’uniforme kaki en cours de préparation pour l’effort de guerre dans une usine britannique --- Erster Weltkrieg - Kriegsmunition und Vorräte - Khaki-Uniformtuch wird für die Kriegsanstrengungen in einer britischen Fabrik vorbereitet ---
RM2K022R3–WWI - Wartime munitions and supplies - Inside the packing room at an Army clothing depot --- WWI - Kriegsmunition und -vorräte - Im Packraum eines Armeebekleidungsdepots --- Première Guerre mondiale - Munitions et fournitures en temps de guerre - À l’intérieur de la salle d’emballage d’un dépôt de vêtements de l’armée ---
RM2K02384–WWI - A scene in a British War Dept stores preparing packages, clothing and provisions for despatch. ------ Erster Weltkrieg - Kriegsmunition und -vorräte - Eine Szene in einem britischen Kriegsministerium, das Pakete, Kleidung und Proviant für den Versand per Motor und Pferde vorbereitet - Première Guerre mondiale - Munitions et fournitures en temps de guerre - Une scène dans un magasin britannique du ministère de la Guerre préparant des colis, des vêtements et des provisions pour l’expédition par transport motorisé et tiré par des chevaux -
RM2K014N9–Munitions workers WWI - Munition workers at a Royal Navy signal lamp factory manufacturing lamps for the Grand Fleet.
RM2K015AW–WWI - German sculptors manufacturing a statue of Von Tirpitz (of German submarine fleet fame ), known to British as Old Turnips. Prussian born Alfred von Tirpitz, fully known as Alfred Peter Friedrich von Tirpitz (1849 – 1930) was a German grand admiral, Secretary of State of the German Imperial Naval Office ---- Erster Weltkrieg - Deutsche Bildhauer stellen eine Statue von Tirpitz (von deutschem U-Boot-Flottenruhm) her, die den Briten als Old Rüben bekannt ist.
RM2K0164Y–Munitions workers WWI - Inside a German torpedo factory. -------------Munitionsarbeiter Ersten Weltkrieg - In einer deutschen Torpedofabrik.
RM2K0146C–WWI - Munition workers at a a steel helmet factory making ready to pack supplies
RM2K015J8–WWI - Inside a German bomb-proof trench built of metal plates and corrugated iron sheets. -------- WWI - In einem deutschen bombensicheren Graben aus Metallplatten und Wellblechen.
RM2K016KE–WWI - A German submarine officer using his periscope ---- WWI - Ein deutscher U-Boot-Offizier mit seinem Periskop
RM2JXG723–WWI France - A British nurse attends to a wounded soldier on a stretcher, whilst a stretcher bearer watches on.
RM2JXGA38–WWI France - French munition workers manually filling shells with explosives (some wearing face masks). -------- Frankreich im Ersten Weltkrieg - Französische Munitionsarbeiter, die manuell Granaten mit Sprengstoff füllen (einige tragen Gesichtsmasken). ----- France de la Première Guerre mondiale - Français des travailleurs des munitions remplissant manuellement des obus avec des explosifs (certains portant des masques faciaux).
RM2JXGH63–WWI France - Citizens of Rheims submitting their identity papers for inspection.
RM2JXGBAH–WWI France -French munition workers manually filling shells with liquid T.N.T. called 'Tolite' or 'Trinitrotoluol' explosives ------- France de la Première Guerre mondiale - Français des travailleurs des munitions remplissant manuellement des obus avec des explosifs liquides T.N.T. appelés « Tolite » ou « Trinitrotoluol » -----Erster Weltkrieg Frankreich - Französische Munitionsarbeiter, die Granaten manuell mit flüssigem T.N.T.-Sprengstoff namens 'Tolite' oder 'Trinitrotoluol' füllen
RM2JXGDP8–WWI - Lord French and General Sir Moore O'Creagh on horseback at the review in Hyde Park London, of 10,000 men of the newly instituted National Volunteer Reserve.
RM2JXG98D–Erzurum (or Erzerum) offensive - (aka Battle of Erzurum, Battle of Erzerum, Эрзурумское сражение or Erzurum Muharebesi) . A rare portrait of Russian Captain Konieff, first man to enter the Turkish stronghold wearing the Cross of St George awarded to him by the Tsar. Erzurum Muharebesi. Türk kalesine giren ilk adam olan Rus Yüzbaşı Konieff'in nadir bir portresi ------ Эрзурумское сражение . Редкий портрет русского капитана Кониева, первого человека, вошедшего в турецкую крепость с врученным ему Георгиевским крестом
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