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Choose from 38 pictures in our 1940S Britain In Pictures collection for your Wall Art or Photo Gift. Popular choices include Framed Prints, Canvas Prints, Posters and Jigsaw Puzzles. All professionally made for quick delivery.


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UK Entertainment - Radio - Bob Monkhouse - wedding - London - 1949

Radio comedian Bob Monkhouse and his bride Elizabeth Thompson, a former nurse from Belfast at their wedding reception at Caxton Hall, London. Harold Berens is taking a bite of their cake as they attempt to cut it

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'Best of British'

UK Groups & Organisations - Women's Land Army - 1948
Women's Land Army trainees set out to give a hand at turning hay in preparation for stacking. Obviously happy in their work, Periods of rain in the West Country have delayed much of the work but these girls will soon make amends for that

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UK Zoo's - London Zoo at Regents Park - Animals - Tortoise - 1948

'Slow But Sure' The time honoured saying "The Way To A Man's Heart Is Through His Stomach", applys equally where tortoises are concerned. Young Michael Setford, who is sitting on George, the 60 year old Giant Tortoise at London Zoo, found this out when he tried to get George to move along, assisted by his cousin Malcolm Smith, of Uppminster. The youngsters discovered however that 'Old George's appetite for carrots was unlimited and so long as the food was there, he wzs quite contented to remain where he was

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