Military - HMS Belfast - Chatham Dockyard
Britain's biggest Cruiser, the 11, 000 ton HMS Belfast, returned to Chatham Dockyard from her second tour of duty in the Korean war zone. During her Korean service she steamed more than 80, 000 miles and fired over 8000 6" shells at the enemy.
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Prince William 18 Pop member
Prince William is in Pop, Eton's small group of 21 elected prefects with a responsibility for a school of 1, 280 boys. * As a member of Pop, he is allowed to wear a waistcoat of his choice and sponge bag trousers. He has to supervise discipline and can impose small fines. Pop originated in 1811 as a debating society which met in Mrs Hatton's Lollipop Shop (which was on a site adjacent to Gailey's house, on which School Hall now stands). Photograph: Ian Jones. Copyright: St James's Palace.
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Russian cellist Rostropovitch & Prince and Princess of Wales
The Prince and Princess of Wales with exiled Russian cellist Mstislav Rostropovitch in the state apartments of Kensington Palace. Mr Rostrpovich gave a concert with the English Chambr Orchestra at the palace for the royal couple and their guests. *Princess Margaret was amongst the guests attending. The Prince of Wales is patron of the English Chamber Orchestra. The maestro's wedding present to the royal couple- a concert - was delivered to the couple in 1982.