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Choose from 87 pictures in our Britaincollectionfeatureyear1957 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.

Buildings and Landmarks - Windmill - Upminster Featured Print

Buildings and Landmarks - Windmill - Upminster

A windmill gets a new lease of life. Four-year-old David Norris (l) and his brother Norman, 9, will not be losing the sight of the 150-year-old windmill, which is just beyond the end of their garden in Upminster, Essex . The mill, threatened with decay through lack of use, has been acquired by the county council. It is now being renovated and the cost shared by the local and county councils.

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Science - Nobel Prize - Sir Alexander Todd Featured Print

Science - Nobel Prize - Sir Alexander Todd

Sir Alexander Todd, 50-year-old British chemist, has been awarded the 1957 Nobel Prize for Chemistry, the Royal Swedish Academy of Science announced today. The prize, worth 208, 628 Swedish Crowns, about 14, 400, is for his work on nucleotides and nucleotide co-enzymes, which concerns the breaking down and analysing of the molecules composing nuclei cells and the production of synthetic molecules and cells. Sir Alexander's work has included research into the production of synthetic vitamin B.12, the liver preparation which has saved many people from pernicious anaemia. Sir Alexander was born in Glasgow and educated there. He is now professor of Organic Chemistry at Cambridge University.

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Music - Shirley Bassey - 1957 Featured Print

Music - Shirley Bassey - 1957

Twenty-year-old singer, Shirley Bassey, then known as 'the Tigress of Tiger Bay', a week before she flew off to the United States to fulfill engagements in Las Vegas. She was discovered singing in working men's clubs in Cardiff, where she was born. In November 1957, Shirley was held prisoner in her room at the Cumberland Hotel, London, by a man with a revolver. Miss Bassey was in the room for nearly two hours and was finally bundled on to the landing after police had pleaded with the man to release her. She was later said to be uninjured, but suffering from severe shock. The siege by armed police, during which shots were fired from the room, lasted four hours. Later, a man was taken to hospital.

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