{"Results":[{"t":1501108554,"f":"1366006","c":"Baby llama makes its bow.\r\nPaul, three-day-old baby llama at the London Zoo, made its first public appearance today (Monday). Keeping a watchful eye over him was mother, Lady, who is six years old. Paul is her fifth calf.\r\n19 August 1946 \/ (c) TopFoto.co.uk","BuyPrint":true,"OnlineLicensing":true},{"t":1501108554,"f":"1366007","c":"Invasion romance.\r\nA wartime romance of the Normandy Beaches had its sequel at the Marylebon Town Hall (London) today (Monday) . When Dick Emery, ex RAF, and Irene Ansell, WAAF, were married. Dick went to France, one of Ralph Reader's Gang Shows, and landed on Normandy Beaches on D-Day +10. Irene, who is now with the WAAF Gang show, landed on D-Day +12. They became acquainted, engaged and went off to their respective units. Dick is now with the commercial review 'Gang Show' and the professional engagements of bride and groom prelclude honeymoon for the present.\r\nPhoto shows, the bride and groom leaving Marylebone Town Hall after their wedding today (Monday).\r\n19 August 1946 \/ (c) TopFoto.co.uk","BuyPrint":true,"OnlineLicensing":true},{"t":1501108553,"f":"1366011","c":"The Silent Woman.\r\nThe award of the George Cross to a British woman who refused to betray her comrades under Nazi torture was announced today, Tuesday. Sent into occupied France, Mrs Odette Marie Selina Sansom, MBE, was arrested by the Gestapo. The Germans needed information about two offices, but despite torture inflicted with a hot iron and the removal of all her toenails, Mrs Sansom kept silent. The citation of her George Cross states that 'by her bravery and determination, she not only save the lives of the two offices, but enable them to carry on their most valuable work.' After her capture, Mrs Sansom managed to speak to her commanding officer, and they agreed for mutual protection to maintain that they were married. She then contrived to draw the Gestapo suspicion from her 'husband' to herself, stating that he had only come to France at her insistence. Taking full responsibility, she agreed that she and not the officer should be shot. By this action, continues the citation, ' she caused the Gestapo to cease paying attention to her commanding officer'. Today Mrs Sansom, who lives in Kensington, with her three school girl daughters, is on holiday with them in Hampshire.\r\nPicture shows, Mrs Odette Marie Celina Sansom, GC, MBE, photographed against a peaceful Hampshire background. Today, Tuesday.\r\n20 August 1946 \/ (c) TopFoto.co.uk","BuyPrint":true,"OnlineLicensing":true},{"t":1501108553,"f":"1366010","c":"Lord Forteviot of Dupplin, the millionaire, was married to Mrs Muriel Cecilia Harriet Cavendish, a widow, at the Scottish National Church, Pont Street, Chelsea, today, choose day. Lord Forteviot, is chairman of Distillers Co, which controls nearly the whole of the manufacture of whiskey and gin in Britain. He is also a director of Buchanan Dewar and John Dewar. The three companies have a total capital. More than \u00a327,500,000. Lord Forteviot is the owner of Dupplin Castle, Perthshire, Scotland. His father, who died in 1929, left him \u00a34,405,977.\r\nPicture shows, Lord Forteviot and Mrs Cavendish, leaving the church after their wedding today, Tuesday. \r\n20 August 1946 \/ (c) TopFoto.co.uk","BuyPrint":true,"OnlineLicensing":true},{"t":1501108553,"f":"1366009","c":"A selection of radios and gramophones, which will form part of the 'Britain Can Make It' exhibition opening on 24 September, at the Victoria and Albert Museum, was on view at the Exhibition Collections, Centre, Army and Navy Stores, London, this morning (Tuesday).\r\nPhoto shows, a 'personal'radio sets, developed from the minute for a speed telegraphy instruments used during the war by underground agents, and worn as a ladies handbag.\r\nThese sets have a powerful medium wave performance, and the sling is the aerial. The set will be displayed as part of the 'War to Peace Section' of the exhibition. \r\n20 August 1946 \/ (c) TopFoto.co.uk","BuyPrint":true,"OnlineLicensing":true},{"t":1501108552,"f":"1366012","c":"Babe Paley\r\nWorld's best dressed woman.\r\n'Vogue' fashion editor, Mrs Stanley Mortimer, voted in America the world's best dressed woman, is on a visit to England British fashions. later she will go to Paris to examine fashions there.\r\nPhoto shows, photographed at her London hotel this morning (Tuesday), Mrs Mortimer wore a classic tailored suit. Outstanding feature of her ensemble was her unexaggerated white beret.\r\n20 August 1946 \/ (c) TopFoto.co.uk","BuyPrint":true,"OnlineLicensing":true},{"t":1501108552,"f":"1366013","c":"The Silent Woman.\r\nThe award of the George Cross to a British woman who refused to betray her comrades under Nazi torture was announced today, Tuesday. Sent into occupied France, Mrs Odette Marie Selina Sansom, MBE, was arrested by the Gestapo. The Germans needed information about two offices, but despite torture inflicted with a hot iron and the removal of all her toenails, Mrs Sansom kept silent. The citation of her George Cross states that 'by her bravery and determination, she not only save the lives of the two offices, but enable them to carry on their most valuable work.' After her capture, Mrs Sansom managed to speak to her commanding officer, and they agreed for mutual protection to maintain that they were married. She then contrived to draw the Gestapo suspicion from her 'husband' to herself, stating that he had only come to France at her insistence. Taking full responsibility, she agreed that she and not the officer should be shot. By this action, continues the citation, ' she caused the Gestapo to cease paying attention to her commanding officer'. Today Mrs Sansom, who lives in Kensington, with her three school girl daughters, is on holiday with them in Hampshire.\r\nPicture shows, Mrs Odette Marie Celina Sansom, GC, MBE, photographed with her three daughters in Hampshire. Today, Tuesday.\r\n20 August 1946 \/ (c) TopFoto.co.uk","BuyPrint":true,"OnlineLicensing":true},{"t":1501108551,"f":"1366014","c":"The Silent Woman.\r\nThe award of the George Cross to a British woman who refused to betray her comrades under Nazi torture was announced today, Tuesday. Sent into occupied France, Mrs Odette Marie Selina Sansom, MBE, was arrested by the Gestapo. The Germans needed information about two offices, but despite torture inflicted with a hot iron and the removal of all her toenails, Mrs Sansom kept silent. The citation of her George Cross states that 'by her bravery and determination, she not only save the lives of the two offices, but enable them to carry on their most valuable work.' After her capture, Mrs Sansom managed to speak to her commanding officer, and they agreed for mutual protection to maintain that they were married. She then contrived to draw the Gestapo suspicion from her 'husband' to herself, stating that he had only come to France at her insistence. Taking full responsibility, she agreed that she and not the officer should be shot. By this action, continues the citation, ' she caused the Gestapo to cease paying attention to her commanding officer'. Today Mrs Sansom, who lives in Kensington, with her three school girl daughters, is on holiday with them in Hampshire.\r\nPicture shows, Mrs Odette Marie Celina Sansom, GC, MBE, photographed with her three daughters in Hampshire. Today, Tuesday.\r\n20 August 1946 \/ (c) TopFoto.co.uk","BuyPrint":true,"OnlineLicensing":true},{"t":1501108551,"f":"1366016","c":"The Pavilion at the Oval Cricket Ground.\r\nA view of the crowd packed stands at the Oval, during the third Test Match betwenn England and India.\r\nAugust 1946 \/ (c) TopFoto.co.uk","BuyPrint":true,"OnlineLicensing":true},{"t":1501108551,"f":"1366015","c":"The Minister of civil aviation.\r\nA new portrait of the Rt Hon Lord Winston, PC, JP, Minister of Civil Aviation since August 1945. 61-year-old, Lord Winster, as Reginald Thomas Herbert Fletcher, Esq, enter Parliament as a Liberal MP for the Basingstoke division of Hampshire in 1923. He joined the Labour Party 1929 and was MP for the Nuneaton division of Warwickshire.\r\n20 August 1946 \/ (c) TopFoto.co.uk","BuyPrint":true,"OnlineLicensing":true},{"t":1501108550,"f":"1366017","c":"The Oval Cricket Ground.\r\nA view of the crowd packed stands at the Oval, during the third Test Match between England and India.\r\nAugust 1946 \/ (c) TopFoto.co.uk","BuyPrint":true,"OnlineLicensing":true},{"t":1501108549,"f":"1366018","c":"The Pavilion at the Oval Cricket Ground.\r\nA view of the crowd packed stands at the Oval, during the third Test Match betwenn England and India.\r\nAugust 1946 \/ (c) TopFoto.co.uk","BuyPrint":true,"OnlineLicensing":true},{"t":1501108548,"f":"1366021","c":"The Pavilion at the Oval Cricket Ground.\r\nA view of the crowd packed stands at the Oval, during the third Test Match betwenn England and India.\r\nAugust 1946 \/ (c) TopFoto.co.uk","BuyPrint":true,"OnlineLicensing":true},{"t":1501108548,"f":"1366019","c":"The Oval Cricket Ground.\r\nA view of the crowd packed stands at the Oval, during the third Test Match between England and India.\r\nAugust 1946 \/ (c) TopFoto.co.uk","BuyPrint":true,"OnlineLicensing":true},{"t":1501108548,"f":"1366020","c":"The Pavilion at the Oval Cricket Ground.\r\nA view of the crowd packed stands at the Oval, during the third Test Match betwenn England and India.\r\nAugust 1946 \/ (c) TopFoto.co.uk","BuyPrint":true,"OnlineLicensing":true},{"t":1501108547,"f":"1366024","c":"The Oval Cricket Ground.\r\nA view of the crowd packed stands at the Oval, during the third Test Match between England and India.\r\nAugust 1946 \/ (c) TopFoto.co.uk","BuyPrint":true,"OnlineLicensing":true},{"t":1501108547,"f":"1366022","c":"The Oval Cricket Ground.\r\nA view of the crowd packed stands at the Oval, during the third Test Match between England and India.\r\nAugust 1946 \/ (c) TopFoto.co.uk","BuyPrint":true,"OnlineLicensing":true},{"t":1501108547,"f":"1366023","c":"6000 miles to marry.\r\nMiss Marion Bricker , who was flown 6,000 miles from her home in Vancouver Island (Canada) to her wedding, met her bridegroom, Flight Lt Joseph Barrett, of Irish Airlines in Toronto in 1943, after year, completed his training as pilot officer in the RAF. Miss Bricker, daughter of a Vancouver dental surgeon, served during the war as an officer in the Canadian WAAF. Their marriage took place today (Wednesday) at St Raphael's Catholic Church, Surbiton, Surrey.\r\nPhoto shows, the bride and bridegroom leaving the church after their wedding today (Wednesday)\r\n21 August 1946 \/ (c) TopFoto.co.uk","BuyPrint":true,"OnlineLicensing":true},{"t":1501108546,"f":"1366025","c":"Swedish girl guests arrive.\r\nA party girls from Sweden, arrived at St Pancras Station (London) today, Wednesday. They are on their way to spend a week at the camp of the National Association of Training Corps for Girls (Cotwalton, North Staffs) , where, with guests from Holland and Belgium, they will be entertained by Training Corps Girls from all parts of England. The overseas visitors will return to London for another week, to be spent with the families of officers and cadets in and near the capital, where they will go to the theatre and see the sights.\r\nPicture shows, photographed after their arrival in London today (Wednesday), are left to right, Eve Medin, Anita Ruderg, and Maj Lis Wilhelmsson, members of the Swedish Youth Organisation LOTTAS.\r\n21 August 1946 \/ (c) TopFoto.co.uk","BuyPrint":true,"OnlineLicensing":true},{"t":1501108546,"f":"1366027","c":"Stargazing.\r\nThree dancers of the 'Ballet Negres' gaze at Anne Crawford, the British film starlet, as she signed her autograph for them during a backstage visit at the Playhouse Theatre, London, where the newlyformed negro ballet company has commenced its first West End season.\r\n21 August 1946 \/ (c) TopFoto.co.uk","BuyPrint":true,"OnlineLicensing":true},{"t":1501108546,"f":"1366026","c":"Reuters, News Room decorated from Chrsitmas. \/ (c) TopFoto.co.uk","BuyPrint":true,"OnlineLicensing":true},{"t":1501108545,"f":"1366030","c":"Star of India, in London.\r\nIndia's number one, filmstar Jayashree, has arrived in London. She is 22 and has been in films five years. Her husband Mr V Shantaram combines film acting with direction and production, and is the owner of a film studio in Bombay. Jayashree's most recent film is 'Song of Buddha' in which she has her second big starring role. An English version of the picture has been printed here.\r\nPhoto shows, Jayashree.\r\n21 August 1946 \/ (c) TopFoto.co.uk","BuyPrint":true,"OnlineLicensing":true},{"t":1501108545,"f":"1366028","c":"Star of India, in London.\r\nIndia's number one, filmstar Jayashree, has arrived in London. She is 22 and has been in films five years. Her husband Mr V Shantaram combines film acting with direction and production, and is the owner of a film studio in Bombay. Jayashree's most recent film is 'Song of Buddha' in which she has her second big starring role. An English version of the picture has been printed here.\r\nPhoto shows, Jayashree gets Street direction from the commissionaire of her Park Lane Hotel in London today (Wednesday).\r\n21 August 1946 \/ (c) TopFoto.co.uk","BuyPrint":true,"OnlineLicensing":true},{"t":1501108545,"f":"1366029","c":"Star of India, in London.\r\nIndia's number one, filmstar Jayashree, has arrived in London. She is 22 and has been in films five years. Her husband Mr V Shantaram combines film acting with direction and production, and is the owner of a film studio in Bombay. Jayashree's most recent film is 'Song of Buddha' in which she has her second big starring role. An English version of the picture has been printed here.\r\nPhoto shows, Jayashree.\r\n21 August 1946 \/ (c) TopFoto.co.uk","BuyPrint":true,"OnlineLicensing":true},{"t":1501108544,"f":"1366032","c":"Areies off on record bid.\r\nThe Aries, veteran globe flying Lancaster of the RAF, took off today (Wednesday) from Blackbushe, near Camberley, Surrey, in an attempt to break the England New Zealand record of 60 3\/4 hours held by a Transport Command Lancastrian. Previous achievements of the Aries are a record flight from Britain to South Africa, the first non-stop flight from Cairo to the Cape, around the world flight in 1944. She also made the famous flying expedition over the North Polar Regions in 1945, and altogether is flown nearly a quarter of million miles. For Her present flight the Aries is equipped with the latest British navigational instruments, and also carries a selection of American and German navigational aids, which will be tested on the flight. In command of the mission is Air Commodore N H D'Eath, of New Forest, Hampshire. Captain of the Aries is Squadron leader JE Aldridge of Baldock, Herts.\r\nPicture shows, the Aries crew poses for a picture before the take off. left to right, Air Commodore N H D'Eath (Commanding), S\/Ldr J E Aldridge (captain), F\/lt D D Hurditch 2nd pilot, S\/Ldr J G Messenger, 1st Navigator, S\/Ldr J J McDonnell, 2nd nav, F\/Lt D A Toof, 3rd nav, F\/O, T H Graham, 1st wireless op, F\/Sgt, L K Dobson, 2nd W OP, F\/O R M Cooke, maintenance, F\/Sgt A E C Brookin, fitter, Sgt R M Slowe, radar and Air Ministry Representative, G\/Capt F S Stapleton, DSO, DFC. In background is Aries. .\r\n21 August 1946 \/ (c) TopFoto.co.uk","BuyPrint":true,"OnlineLicensing":true},{"t":1501108544,"f":"1366033","c":"Areies off on record bid.\r\nThe Aries, veteran globe flying Lancaster of the RAF, took off today (Wednesday) from Blackbushe, near Camberley, Surrey, in an attempt to break the England New Zealand record of 60 3\/4 hours held by a Transport Command Lancastrian. Previous achievements of the Aries are a record flight from Britain to South Africa, the first non-stop flight from Cairo to the Cape, around the world flight in 1944. She also made the famous flying expedition over the North Polar Regions in 1945, and altogether is flown nearly a quarter of million miles. For Her present flight the Aries is equipped with the latest British navigational instruments, and also carries a selection of American and German navigational aids, which will be tested on the flight. In command of the mission is Air Commodore N H D'Eath, of New Forest, Hampshire. Captain of the Aries is Squadron leader JE Aldridge of Baldock, Herts.\r\nPicture shows, Squadron leader J E Aldridge (left) first pilot of the Aries, and Second Pilot F\/lt D D Hurditch, of Merriwa, New South Wales, Australia, photographed before takeoff, this afternoon (Wednesday).\r\n21 August 1946 \/ (c) TopFoto.co.uk","BuyPrint":true,"OnlineLicensing":true},{"t":1501108544,"f":"1366034","c":"Areies off on record bid.\r\nThe Aries, veteran globe flying Lancaster of the RAF, took off today (Wednesday) from Blackbushe, near Camberley, Surrey, in an attempt to break the England New Zealand record of 60 3\/4 hours held by a Transport Command Lancastrian. Previous achievements of the Aries are a record flight from Britain to South Africa, the first non-stop flight from Cairo to the Cape, around the world flight in 1944. She also made the famous flying expedition over the North Polar Regions in 1945, and altogether is flown nearly a quarter of million miles. For Her present flight the Aries is equipped with the latest British navigational instruments, and also carries a selection of American and German navigational aids, which will be tested on the flight. In command of the mission is Air Commodore N H D'Eath, of New Forest, Hampshire. Captain of the Aries is Squadron leader JE Aldridge of Baldock, Herts.\r\nPicture shows, The Ariesbeing fueled up before her flight.\r\n21 August 1946 \/ (c) TopFoto.co.uk","BuyPrint":true,"OnlineLicensing":true},{"t":1501108544,"f":"1366031","c":"Areies off on record bid.\r\nThe Aries, veteran globe flying Lancaster of the RAF, took off today (Wednesday) from Blackbushe, near Camberley, Surrey, in an attempt to break the England New Zealand record of 60 3\/4 hours held by a Transport Command Lancastrian. Previous achievements of the Aries are a record flight from Britain to South Africa, the first non-stop flight from Cairo to the Cape, around the world flight in 1944. She also made the famous flying expedition over the North Polar Regions in 1945, and altogether is flown nearly a quarter of million miles. For Her present flight the Aries is equipped with the latest British navigational instruments, and also carries a selection of American and German navigational aids, which will be tested on the flight. In command of the mission is Air Commodore N H D'Eath, of New Forest, Hampshire. Captain of the Aries is Squadron leader JE Aldridge of Baldock, Herts.\r\nPicture shows, Air Commodore N H D'Aeth, in command of the mission is photographed in the control cabin of the Aries by Section Officer M R Tough, of Glasgow. Previous flights of the aircraft are listed on the fuselage.\r\n21 August 1946 \/ (c) TopFoto.co.uk","BuyPrint":true,"OnlineLicensing":true},{"t":1501108543,"f":"1366035","c":"Test match, unofficial.\r\nThe leading Dutch touring cricket team, The Flamingos, opened a five-day cricket tour in this country with a match today (Wednesday) against Colchester Garrison, at Colchester, Essex. Other matches to be played by the team, which is not toured in England since prewar days, are at Lord's on Friday, and at Sutton, Surrey, on Saturday.\r\nPhoto shows, the Flamingos are led onto the field by their captain M H V Manen at Colchester today (Wednesday).\r\n21 August 1946 \/ (c) TopFoto.co.uk","BuyPrint":true,"OnlineLicensing":true},{"t":1501108542,"f":"1366036","c":"Test match, unofficial.\r\nThe leading Dutch touring cricket team, The Flamingos, opened a five-day cricket tour in this country with a match today (Wednesday) against Colchester Garrison, at Colchester, Essex. Other matches to be played by the team, which is not toured in England since prewar days, are at Lord's on Friday, and at Sutton, Surrey, on Saturday.\r\nPhoto shows, the Dutch captain M H V Manen (right) and Maj Driscoll, captain of the Colchester side, tossup to begin the game at Colchester today (Wednesday).\r\n21 August 1946 \/ (c) TopFoto.co.uk","BuyPrint":true,"OnlineLicensing":true},{"t":1501108542,"f":"1366038","c":"Notre-Dame in Paris. \/ (c) TopFoto.co.uk","BuyPrint":true,"OnlineLicensing":true},{"t":1501108542,"f":"1366037","c":"Arc de Triomphe de l'Etoile in the centre of the Place Charles de Gaulle. \/ (c) TopFoto.co.uk","BuyPrint":true,"OnlineLicensing":true},{"t":1501108541,"f":"1366039","c":"The southern facade of Notre-Dame in Paris. \/ (c) TopFoto.co.uk","BuyPrint":true,"OnlineLicensing":true},{"t":1501108540,"f":"1366042","c":"H\u00f4tel de Ville, Paris. \/ (c) TopFoto.co.uk","BuyPrint":true,"OnlineLicensing":true},{"t":1501108540,"f":"1366041","c":"Pont de la Concorde and Chamber of Deputies.Paris. \/ (c) TopFoto.co.uk","BuyPrint":true,"OnlineLicensing":true},{"t":1501108540,"f":"1366040","c":"Place de la Concorde \/ (c) TopFoto.co.uk","BuyPrint":true,"OnlineLicensing":true},{"t":1501108539,"f":"1366043","c":"Sacre Clur, Paris. \/ (c) TopFoto.co.uk","BuyPrint":true,"OnlineLicensing":true},{"t":1501108538,"f":"1366045","c":"The courthouse in Paris \/ (c) TopFoto.co.uk","BuyPrint":true,"OnlineLicensing":true},{"t":1501108538,"f":"1366044","c":"Sacre Clur, Paris. \/ (c) TopFoto.co.uk","BuyPrint":true,"OnlineLicensing":true},{"t":1501108537,"f":"1366047","c":"Wing commander Evelyn John St loe Strachey. who was adopted as labour candidate for Dundee in 1943 and returned as the member for Dundee in July, 1945. In August the same year his appointment as Parliamentary Under Secretary for Air was announced. he is the author of several books which include 'The Menace of Fascism', 'The Nature of Capitalist Crisis', 'A Faith to Fight For', and 'Post D'\r\n23 December 1945 \/ (c) TopFoto.co.uk","BuyPrint":true,"OnlineLicensing":true},{"t":1501108537,"f":"1366046","c":"The West facade of Notre-Dame in Paris. \/ (c) TopFoto.co.uk","BuyPrint":true,"OnlineLicensing":true},{"t":1501108536,"f":"1366049","c":"Mayor of Le Havre visit Southampton.\r\nThe destroyer Obedient (Wednesday) . Monsieur Pierre Voisin Mayor of Le Havre, and a number of prominent Le Havre townspeople. They are on a civic visit to the city at the invitation of the Mayor, Councillor R J Stranger, MC, who recently visited Le Havre. For services to France, particularly during World War II. The order of Chevalier of the Legion of Honour has been conferred on Councillor R J Stranger. The French party was met on arrival by the Mayors of Southampton and Bournemouth, and by Admiral Sir Geoffrey Layton, Commander-In-Chief, Portsmouth. They return to France on Saturday.\r\nPhoto shows, left to right Adml Sir Geoffrey Layton, Monsieur Pierre Voisin, Mayor of Le Harve, and Councillor RJ Stranger, MC, Mayor of Southampton, photographed on te arrival of the French party at Southampton (Wednesday).\r\n22 August 1946 \/ (c) TopFoto.co.uk","BuyPrint":true,"OnlineLicensing":true},{"t":1501108536,"f":"1366051","c":"Model engineer exhibition.\r\nThe 21st model engineer exhibition was opened today, Thursday, at the new Horticultural Hall, London.\r\nPhoto shows, driver Bob Mayes of London, 'explains how the wheels go round' of a working model of an old Great Eastern Railway Engine to interested young schoolboys at the new Horticultural Hall, this morning.\r\n22 August 1946 \/ (c) TopFoto.co.uk","BuyPrint":true,"OnlineLicensing":true},{"t":1501108536,"f":"1366050","c":"Mayor of Le Havre visit Southampton.\r\nThe destroyer Obedient (Wednesday) . Monsieur Pierre Voisin Mayor of Le Havre, and a number of prominent Le Havre townspeople. They are on a civic visit to the city at the invitation of the Mayor, Councillor R J Stranger, MC, who recently visited Le Havre. For services to France, particularly during World War II. The order of Chevalier of the Legion of Honour has been conferred on Councillor R J Stranger. The French party was met on arrival by the Mayors of Southampton and Bournemouth, and by Admiral Sir Geoffrey Layton, Commander-In-Chief, Portsmouth. They return to France on Saturday.\r\nPhoto shows, the destroyer HMS obedient docking in Southampton.\r\n22 August 1946 \/ (c) TopFoto.co.uk","BuyPrint":true,"OnlineLicensing":true},{"t":1501108536,"f":"1366048","c":"Royal Netherlands Ambassador in London Edgar Michiels van Verduynen. 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They are laying 10 miles of carpets and putting finishing touches to the restaurants, lounges and bars, libraries, cinemas, writing rooms, swimming pools and gymnasiums, but help to provide her amenities. When she sails on her maiden voyage as passenger ship on 16 October, people on board will be able to call any country in the world whose telephone service is connected to an international telephone exchange, and the 'QE' will be equipped with three radar units.\r\nPhoto shows, 'Captain' of the 'West Wind' by Maurice Lambert, ARA, one of th remarkable groups of sculpture in the First-Class Main Hall, photographed today, Thursday.\r\n22 August 1946 \/ (c) TopFoto.co.uk","BuyPrint":true,"OnlineLicensing":true},{"t":1501108534,"f":"1366055","c":"Preparing the finest liner in the world.\r\nToday the 'Queen Elizabeth'is virtually a new ship. \r\n22 at Southampton thousand workmen on transferring her from troopship to luxury floating city. They are laying 10 miles of carpets and putting finishing touches to the restaurants, lounges and bars, libraries, cinemas, writing rooms, swimming pools and gymnasiums, but help to provide her amenities. When she sails on her maiden voyage as passenger ship on 16 October, people on board will be able to call any country in the world whose telephone service is connected to an international telephone exchange, and the 'QE' will be equipped with three radar units.\r\nPhoto shows, Commodore Sir James Bisset, captain of the 'QE', in his cabin today (Thursday). The cabin is lined with Waterloo. Elm, obtained from piles driven under the old Waterloo Bridge in 1811.\r\n22 August 1946 \/ (c) TopFoto.co.uk","BuyPrint":true,"OnlineLicensing":true},{"t":1501108534,"f":"1366054","c":"British seamen held in Portugal without trial, protest from Consul.\r\nThe British Consul in Lisbon has made urgent protest to the Portuguese authorities on behalf of Edward Bentley, of South Shields, who was arrested in Lisbon on 6th July on a charge of attempted murder, and is not yet been brought to trial. In a letter to his wife, Mr Bentley says that he was arrested following a quarrel between a policeman and to seamen from the motor vessel Springwood, of which Bentley is boatswain. The National Union of Seamen has taken up the case, and Mrs Bentley has written to the Home Secretary, the Rt Hon Chutere Ede. Mrs Bentley was unaware of her husband's arrest until she went Antwerp to spend a holiday with him, only to find that he was in custody in Lisbon.\r\nPhoto shows, the arrested seamen, Edward Bentley, of South Shields.\r\n22 August 1946 \/ (c) TopFoto.co.uk","BuyPrint":true,"OnlineLicensing":true},{"t":1501108534,"f":"1366053","c":"You training centre for leaner staff.\r\nA new staff training centre for the London and North Eastern Railway was opened today, Thursday, by the Chairman, Sir Ronald W Matthews, at Hadley Wood, Middlesex. The centre, the most up-to-date of its kind in Britain, will provide training in telecommunications (for which course the first pupils are for girls) passenger and goods station workers and ex-servicemen are among the first to work at the centre, on a refresher course.\r\nPhoto shows, Miss H Lusbery of London, working a single needle telegraph machine at the St Ronan's clerical staff training centre, Hadley Wood, today, Thursday.\r\n22 August 1946 \/ (c) TopFoto.co.uk","BuyPrint":true,"OnlineLicensing":true},{"t":1501108533,"f":"1366058","c":"Preparing the finest liner in the world.\r\nToday the 'Queen Elizabeth'is virtually a new ship. \r\n22 at Southampton thousand workmen on transferring her from troopship to luxury floating city. They are laying 10 miles of carpets and putting finishing touches to the restaurants, lounges and bars, libraries, cinemas, writing rooms, swimming pools and gymnasiums, but help to provide her amenities. When she sails on her maiden voyage as passenger ship on 16 October, people on board will be able to call any country in the world whose telephone service is connected to an international telephone exchange, and the 'QE' will be equipped with three radar units.\r\nPhoto shows, outstanding decorated work in the ship is the marquetry panel depicting the Canterbury Pilgrims'. Designed by George Ramon and executed by J Dunn, the panel is the first big effort to revive the art of marquetry. 66 kinds of the veneer have been used in its design.\r\n22 August 1946 \/ (c) TopFoto.co.uk","BuyPrint":true,"OnlineLicensing":true},{"t":1501108533,"f":"1366057","c":"Preparing the finest liner in the world.\r\nToday the 'Queen Elizabeth'is virtually a new ship. \r\n22 at Southampton thousand workmen on transferring her from troopship to luxury floating city. They are laying 10 miles of carpets and putting finishing touches to the restaurants, lounges and bars, libraries, cinemas, writing rooms, swimming pools and gymnasiums, but help to provide her amenities. When she sails on her maiden voyage as passenger ship on 16 October, people on board will be able to call any country in the world whose telephone service is connected to an international telephone exchange, and the 'QE' will be equipped with three radar units.\r\nPhoto shows, workmen busy in the first-class main hall today (Thursday). The statue of Neptune's daughter is the work of Maurice Lambert, ARA.\r\n22 August 1946 \/ (c) TopFoto.co.uk","BuyPrint":true,"OnlineLicensing":true},{"t":1501108532,"f":"1366060","c":"Sir John Boyd Orr.\r\nSir John Boyd Orr, DSO, MC, FRS, MP , for Scottish Universities, Director-General of the United Nations Food and Agricultural Organisation, recently stated that there has never been enough food in the world. In a report on the world food situation, which is to submit to the organisation's conference. This is to be held at Copenhagen on 2 September. Sir John's report includes a plan for a Permanent World Food Board to replace the present temporary Food Council. The board would, among other things, stabilise prices in the international market, store surplus and release them in times of need, encourage production and solve the problem of hunger and malnutrition in underdeveloped countries. Sir John, who is flying to Copenhagen tomorrow (Tuesday) was elected member of Parliament for Scottish Universities in 1945. For many years he has been one of the world's greatest nutrition experts and one of his posts is Professor of Agriculture at the University of Aberdeen.\r\nPicture shows, Sir John Boyd Orr , photographed at his desk in London today (Monday).\r\n26 August 1946 \/ (c) TopFoto.co.uk","BuyPrint":true,"OnlineLicensing":true},{"t":1501108532,"f":"1366061","c":"Preparing the finest liner in the world.\r\nToday the 'Queen Elizabeth'is virtually a new ship. \r\n22 at Southampton thousand workmen on transferring her from troopship to luxury floating city. They are laying 10 miles of carpets and putting finishing touches to the restaurants, lounges and bars, libraries, cinemas, writing rooms, swimming pools and gymnasiums, but help to provide her amenities. When she sails on her maiden voyage as passenger ship on 16 October, people on board will be able to call any country in the world whose telephone service is connected to an international telephone exchange, and the 'QE' will be equipped with three radar units.\r\nPhoto shows, workmen John Brash, of Glasgow 'sanding' the oarque floor of the ballroom in the 'Queen Elizabeth'.\r\n22 August 1946 \/ (c) TopFoto.co.uk","BuyPrint":true,"OnlineLicensing":true},{"t":1501108532,"f":"1366059","c":"Preparing the finest liner in the world.\r\nToday the 'Queen Elizabeth'is virtually a new ship. \r\n22 at Southampton thousand workmen on transferring her from troopship to luxury floating city. They are laying 10 miles of carpets and putting finishing touches to the restaurants, lounges and bars, libraries, cinemas, writing rooms, swimming pools and gymnasiums, but help to provide her amenities. 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Mr Graham held his place from 1940 to 1944 , and even after his retirement kept a constant interest in the welfare of the Latin American forces until his death on Easter Monday, 1946.\r\nPhoto shows, the silver salver presented to Mrs Graham in memory of her late husband services in London to volunteers from Latin America during the 1939-1945 war.\r\n23 August 1946 \/ (c) TopFoto.co.uk","BuyPrint":true,"OnlineLicensing":true},{"t":1501108529,"f":"1366067","c":"SS Empir Fowey \/ (c) TopFoto.co.uk","BuyPrint":true,"OnlineLicensing":true},{"t":1501108529,"f":"1366068","c":"World's fastest water woman.\r\nThe fastest woman swimmer in the world, Fritze Nathansen, of Jutland, is now in London to compete in an International Swimming Gala. 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On the report of those three high-ranking American naval officers, will largely depend the future disposition of the US Naval forces in Europe..\r\nPhoto shows, Adml Mark A Mitscher (left) and (right) Adml Henry K Hewitt, at their London press conference today, Friday. \r\n23 August 1946 \/ (c) TopFoto.co.uk","BuyPrint":true,"OnlineLicensing":true},{"t":1501108527,"f":"1366074","c":"And the pilot walked to the phone.\r\nWarrant Officer F V Ryans, Pilot of a Gloster Meteor jet plane which crashed into two hayricks at Bolton Percy, Yorkshire, last night, walked uninjured from the wreckage and telephoned to an RAF station for a conveyance.\r\nPhoto shows, a view of the tail section of the Gloster Meteor, with part of a hayrick seen burning in the background.\r\n24 August 1946 \/ (c) TopFoto.co.uk","BuyPrint":true,"OnlineLicensing":true},{"t":1501108527,"f":"1366073","c":"London protest at US note.\r\nA demonstration of protest against America's recent ultimatum to Yugoslavia was held in London outside the American Embassy in Grosvenor Square, tonight, Friday, 23rd of August.\r\nPhoto shows, Mr Bramley on left, who led the deputation, seen with other members on the steps of the American Embassy tonight.\r\n23 August 1946 \/ (c) TopFoto.co.uk","BuyPrint":true,"OnlineLicensing":true},{"t":1501108527,"f":"1366072","c":"The best dressed woman Paris bound.\r\nMrs Stanley Mortimer, fashion editor of 'Vogue', voted in America 'the best dressed woman in the world' left London today, Friday, for Paris, in a British European Airways plane.\r\nPhoto shows, Mrs Stanley Mortimer and Northolt airfield today. She was wearing a black tailored suit in Angora, the fuschia blouse and an outsize powder blue sombrero hat, tied with black silk cords, which were continued over the crown. 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The 8352 miles will take just over three days, with stops at Marseilles, Augusta, Rangoon and Bangkok. For the moment, the 'Dragon'services once weekly, but it is intended to increase it to a twice-weekly run, and to extend flights to Shanghai and Tokyo.\r\nPhoto shows, first of the 'Dragon' service, the BOAC flying boats 'Hazlemere' taxis out to take off from Poole Harbour for Hong Kong at dawn today, Saturday.\r\n24 August 1946 \/ (c) TopFoto.co.uk","BuyPrint":true,"OnlineLicensing":true},{"t":1501108525,"f":"1366076","c":"And the pilot walked to the phone.\r\nWarrant Officer F V Ryans, Pilot of a Gloster Meteor jet plane which crashed into two hayricks at Bolton Percy, Yorkshire, last night, walked uninjured from the wreckage and telephoned to an RAF station for a conveyance.\r\nPhoto shows, the skeleton of the port wing of the Gloster Meteor covered in phone from firefighters after it had crashed at Bolton Percy.\r\n24 August 1946 \/ (c) TopFoto.co.uk","BuyPrint":true,"OnlineLicensing":true},{"t":1501108525,"f":"1366077","c":"A Wolverhampton couple married in London.\r\nMr E P Elston, of 311, Stafford Road, Wolverhampton, Staffs, was married in London today (Saturday) to Miss D Stirzaker, of three Queen Street, Wolverhampton, at Caxton Hall registry office.\r\nPicture shows, the bride and groom after their wedding today, Saturday.\r\n24 August 1946 \/ (c) TopFoto.co.uk","BuyPrint":true,"OnlineLicensing":true},{"t":1501108524,"f":"1366079","c":"International girls swimming match.\r\nAt the Marshall Street Baths, London, today, Saturday, girls from several countries. 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Only the smallest number of people possible was in the know, and I'm certain that in the whole for years I was there. The Germans did not know what we are up to. Our equipment was all home-made.'.\r\nPicture shows, Mr Peter Mace with his wife 'on duty' at their poultry farm at Dean Bishops, Walton, Hants.\r\n24 August 1946 \/ (c) TopFoto.co.uk","BuyPrint":true,"OnlineLicensing":true},{"t":1501108523,"f":"1366084","c":"His last race.\r\nSydney Wooderson, 32-year-old solicitor clerk, ran his heart out to win the last and greatest race of his life. Great Britain at the European Athletics Championships held at Oslo, Sweden. After gaining the 5000 meter title, Wooderson collapsed and, as he describes it afterwards, 'blacked out so that I didn't hear a single cheer'. On his recovery, he said 'that was absolutely my final.... I shall retire season'. His record time of 14 minutes 8.6 seconds, has been beaten only once in the history of the athletics, and it was a second speedier then any 5000 m run on this smooth, fast, track.\r\nPhoto shows, Sydney Wooderson of Britain, lying exhausted after his victory in the 5000 m race at Oslo.\r\n24 August 1946 \/ (c) TopFoto.co.uk","BuyPrint":true,"OnlineLicensing":true},{"t":1501108523,"f":"1366080","c":"Today's wedding.\r\nThe marriage took place today (Saturday) at St James's church, Spanish Place, London, between Lieutenant Gordon Henderson, R. E of Cults, Aberdeen and Miss Colette O'Brien of Totteridge, London. The bride's father is Mr J O'Brien, formerly of County Clare.\r\nPicture shows, the bride and bridegroom seen outside St James's church today\r\n24 August 1946 \/ (c) TopFoto.co.uk","BuyPrint":true,"OnlineLicensing":true},{"t":1501108523,"f":"1366082","c":"Danish police chief here.\r\nMr Henning Nielson, deputy chief of police in Copenhagen, is in Britain on a short visit to study post-war police methods and problems. With him is his wife, whom he met in the Danish underground movement. Mr Nielson will compare British court procedure and British crime detection with the customs of obtaining in his own country.\r\nPhoto shows, Mr and Mrs Neilson enjoy a cuppa tea at their London hotel today (Saturday).\r\n24 August 1946 \/ (c) TopFoto.co.uk","BuyPrint":true,"OnlineLicensing":true},{"t":1501108523,"f":"1366083","c":"His last race.\r\nSydney Wooderson, 32-year-old solicitor clerk, ran his heart out to win the last and greatest race of his life. Great Britain at the European Athletics Championships held at Oslo, Sweden. After gaining the 5000 meter title, Wooderson collapsed and, as he describes it afterwards, 'blacked out so that I didn't hear a single cheer'. On his recovery, he said 'that was absolutely my final.... I shall retire season'. His record time of 14 minutes 8.6 seconds, has been beaten only once in the history of the athletics, and it was a second speedier then any 5000 m run on this smooth, fast, track.\r\nPhoto shows, Sydney Wooderson of Britain, finishing his great 5000 m race at Oslo.\r\n24 August 1946 \/ (c) TopFoto.co.uk","BuyPrint":true,"OnlineLicensing":true},{"t":1501108522,"f":"1366086","c":"Alan Paterson at Oslo.\r\nGreat Britain's Alan Paterson was second in the high jump event at the European athletics Championship held at Oslo (Sweden). 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Mr Nielson will compare British court procedure and British crime detection with the customs of obtaining in his own country.\r\nPhoto shows, Mr Neilson at his London hotel today (Saturday).\r\n24 August 1946 \/ (c) TopFoto.co.uk","BuyPrint":true,"OnlineLicensing":true},{"t":1501108521,"f":"1366088","c":"High team.\r\nGirlie (9ft 6ins) comes abed third at meal times in the giraffe enclosure at the London Zoo. George (left) stands 16 foot high and Betty is only a foot shorter, so they have the pick of the bunch. Girlie has only recently been allowed in with the older giraffes, and this is the first picture of her settling down with them.\r\n25 August 1946 \/ (c) TopFoto.co.uk","BuyPrint":true,"OnlineLicensing":true},{"t":1501108521,"f":"1366089","c":"Dutch victory at European Games.\r\nHolland scored a victory at the European Championships In Oslo on Friday when Miss Koudys won the Women's Broad Jump event with a distance of 5.67 metres.\r\nPicture shows, the Dutch European seen in action during her victory in the Women's Broad Jump at Oslo on Friday.\r\n25 August 1946 \/ (c) TopFoto.co.uk","BuyPrint":true,"OnlineLicensing":true},{"t":1501108520,"f":"1366090","c":"'Break with Franco' demonstration.\r\nTrafalgar Square, London, was this afternoon (Sunday) , the scene of a rally organised by the London Trades Council and the TUC in protest against Franco and his fascist regime in Spain. The breaking of diplomatic and trade relations with Spain were demanded, as was official recognition of the Republican government in exiled, headed by Dr Giral.\r\nPicture shows, Mr Hannen Swaffer , addressing the crowd at the anti-Franco rally in Trafalgar Square, London, this afternoon (Sunday).\r\n25 August 1946 \/ (c) TopFoto.co.uk","BuyPrint":true,"OnlineLicensing":true},{"t":1501108519,"f":"1366092","c":"'Break with Franco' demonstration.\r\nTrafalgar Square, London, was this afternoon (Sunday) , the scene of a rally organised by the London Trades Council and the TUC in protest against Franco and his fascist regime in Spain. The breaking of diplomatic and trade relations with Spain were demanded, as was official recognition of the Republican government in exiled, headed by Dr Giral.\r\nPicture shows, Senor Garcia, representative of Dr Giral's Republican Government in exile, seen addressing the crowd at the rally in Trafalgar Square this afternoon (Sunday).\r\n25 August 1946 \/ (c) TopFoto.co.uk","BuyPrint":true,"OnlineLicensing":true},{"t":1501108519,"f":"1366093","c":"RAF ambassadors welcomed home.\r\nHigh-ranking RAF officers, diplomatists and inhabitants of the small village of Geaveley (Cambridgeshire) welcomed home. Britain's flying ambassadors today (Thursday) . When, led by Wing Commander A Craig, 14 Lancaster's of Number 35 Bomber Squadron touched down on Graveley Airfield after a six weeks goodwill tour of the United States.\r\nPhoto shows, air crew and ground staff are inspected by, left to right, W\/Cdr A J L Craig, Commanding the Squadron, air Marshal Sir Normon Bottomley. AOC in C Bomber Command, and Mr Cabot Coville, at First Secretary of the US Embassy (representing the US Ambassador). Arriving three minutes late on a schedule today, the flight spoiled a record of having been within 15 seconds of the arrival time throughout the tour.\r\n29 August 1946 \/ (c) TopFoto.co.uk","BuyPrint":true,"OnlineLicensing":true},{"t":1501108519,"f":"1366091","c":"Channel swimmer fails by a half mile.\r\njorge Berroeta, the Chilean swimmer gave up his attempt to swim the English Channel when only a half a mile of the shore. He was in the water for 15 hours and 50 minutes battling against ebb tide during the latter part of his attempt. It took him four hours to do his last 4 miles, he entered the water at Cap Grize Nez at 6:50 AM yesterday morning, the 71st anniversary of the first ever Channel Swim by Capt Webb, who crossed from England to France 21 hours and 45 minutes.\r\nPhoto shows, Jorge Berreeta, centre, with his trainer, Mr Temme, (left), the famous Channel swimmer, photographed at Dover last night after his unsuccessful attempt to swim the Channel.\r\n25 August 1946 \/ (c) TopFoto.co.uk","BuyPrint":true,"OnlineLicensing":true},{"t":1501108518,"f":"1366096","c":"Filipino contender for world flyweight title.\r\nA recent picture of the hard and fast heating Dado Marino, up and coming Filipino flyweight from Hawaii. Confidently expected by his followers ultimately to outshine his great predecessor, Pancho Villa, Dado and is manager 'Sad Sam' Ichinose are anxious for a crack at the world flyweight title, held by Glaswegian Jackie Paterson.\r\n26 August 1946 \/ (c) TopFoto.co.uk","BuyPrint":true,"OnlineLicensing":true},{"t":1501108518,"f":"1366095","c":"RAF ambassadors welcomed home.\r\nHigh-ranking RAF officers, diplomatists and inhabitants of the small village of Geaveley (Cambridgeshire) welcomed home. Britain's flying ambassadors today (Thursday) . When, led by Wing Commander A Craig, 14 Lancaster's of Number 35 Bomber Squadron touched down on Graveley Airfield after a six weeks goodwill tour of the United States.\r\nPhoto shows, three Plymouth. Members of the goodwill flight seemed back at their base today (Thursday) . 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Her port bow was badly holed in the collision and she has settled so that her stern is high out of the water.\r\nPhoto shows, the 'Nigerstroom' with a gaping hole in her bowels, in the King , George V Graving Dock at Southampton today (Monday) with her screws clear of the water.\r\n26 August 1946 \/ (c) TopFoto.co.uk","BuyPrint":true,"OnlineLicensing":true},{"t":1501108517,"f":"1366100","c":"W H Carr 's new Kings jockey.\r\nA recent picture of the well known North country jockey W H Carr, of Middleham, Yorks, who, it is announced, will succeed D Smith as Kings jockey, aged 30. Carr is at the height of a successful racing career. He went to India to ride in the 1937 winter season.\r\n30 August 1946 \/ (c) TopFoto.co.uk","BuyPrint":true,"OnlineLicensing":true},{"t":1501108517,"f":"1366097","c":"Hawker 'Fury' for Folkestone and Aero Trophy Race.\r\nWalker's latest fighter, the Fury will make his debut at the race for the Folkestone Aero Trophy next weekend. 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It is designed to carry to 1000 pound bombs, or 12 rocket projectiles, or a combination of bombs, rockets and auxiliary petrol tanks.\r\nPhoto shows, the Hawker Fury easily recognisable as a member of the famous fighter family, seen in a test flight over the English countryside.\r\n26 August 1946 \/ (c) TopFoto.co.uk","BuyPrint":true,"OnlineLicensing":true},{"t":1501108517,"f":"1366098","c":"The 'Nigerstroom' docks.\r\nThe Dutch motor vessel Nigerstroom , which was in collision with the French steamer Ernest L Dawson in mid-channel on Saturday, was brought into the King George V Graving Dock at Southampton today (Monday). Her port bow was badly holed in the collision and she has settled so that her stern is high out of the water.\r\nPhoto shows, the 'Nigerstroom' with a gaping hole in her bowels, in the King , George V Graving Dock at Southampton today (Monday).\r\n26 August 1946 \/ (c) TopFoto.co.uk","BuyPrint":true,"OnlineLicensing":true},{"t":1501108516,"f":"1366101","c":"Women versus crime.\r\nThe Mayfair Detective Agency, believed to be the first of its kind to operate with an all feminine staff, has commenced operations from an office in Baker Street, London. Annette and Beatrix (the surnames are withheld for obvious reasons) are ready to take on anything, and neither comes to the task without extensive prior training. Annette, a brilliant record of detection. For 22 years she has assisted the police in fighting the traffic in drugs, and in nightclub cases. Her partner Beatrix, 26, tall, dark and attractive, has just doffed the uniform of the Metropolitan police after five years service with C Division, for which she was highly commended. She is finding that her role of glamorous lady detective needs lots of clothes and lots of coupons,\r\nphoto shows, ex-policewoman Beatrix checks up on a case from her files in the Baker Street office of the Mayfair Detective Agency.\r\n27 August 1946 \/ (c) TopFoto.co.uk","BuyPrint":true,"OnlineLicensing":true},{"t":1501108515,"f":"1366102","c":"Women versus crime.\r\nThe Mayfair Detective Agency, believed to be the first of its kind to operate with an all feminine staff, has commenced operations from an office in Baker Street, London. Annette and Beatrix (the surnames are withheld for obvious reasons) are ready to take on anything, and neither comes to the task without extensive prior training. Annette, a brilliant record of detection. For 22 years she has assisted the police in fighting the traffic in drugs, and in nightclub cases. Her partner Beatrix, 26, tall, dark and attractive, has just doffed the uniform of the Metropolitan police after five years service with C Division, for which she was highly commended. She is finding that her role of glamorous lady detective needs lots of clothes and lots of coupons,\r\nphoto shows, Beatrix and Annette (seated) do a little detecting in the comfort of their Baker Street Office.\r\n27 August 1946 \/ (c) TopFoto.co.uk","BuyPrint":true,"OnlineLicensing":true},{"t":1501108515,"f":"1366104","c":"London court-martial.\r\nMajor Cecil Boon, RASC, appeared before a court martial held in Curzon Street, London, today, Tuesday, on charges of collaborating with the Japanese in Hong Kong while he was acting as liaison officer at a prisoner of war camp.\r\nPhoto shows, Major Boon (left) , photographed in London this morning, Tuesday.\r\n27 August 1946 \/ (c) TopFoto.co.uk","BuyPrint":true,"OnlineLicensing":true},{"t":1501108514,"f":"1366107","c":"London Court-Martial.\r\nMajor Cecil Boon, RASC, appeared before a court martial held in Curzon Street, London, today, Tuesday, on charges of collaborating with the Japanese in Hong Kong while he was acting as liaison officer at a prisoner of war camp.\r\nPhoto shows, Regimental Sergeant Major Jones of Walthamstow, Essex, who gave evidence today, Friday, 6 September.\r\n6 September 1946 \/ (c) TopFoto.co.uk","BuyPrint":true,"OnlineLicensing":true},{"t":1501108514,"f":"1366106","c":"London Court-Martial.\r\nMajor Cecil Boon, RASC, appeared before a court martial held in Curzon Street, London, today, Tuesday, on charges of collaborating with the Japanese in Hong Kong while he was acting as liaison officer at a prisoner of war camp.\r\nPhoto shows, Mr W Angus, a civil servant of Scarborough, Yorkshire, one of the witnesses to the charge, who will probably be called to the Court Martial at a later date.\r\n31 August 1946 \/ (c) TopFoto.co.uk","BuyPrint":true,"OnlineLicensing":true},{"t":1501108514,"f":"1366105","c":"London court-martial.\r\nMajor Cecil Boon, RASC, appeared before a court martial held in Curzon Street, London, today, Tuesday, on charges of collaborating with the Japanese in Hong Kong while he was acting as liaison officer at a prisoner of war camp.\r\nPhoto shows, Major a Grieve of Shorncliffe, Kent, one of the witnesses in the charge, who will probably be called to the Court Martial at a later date.\r\n31 August 1946 \/ (c) TopFoto.co.uk","BuyPrint":true,"OnlineLicensing":true}]}