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Britmarch16th20th2015 Gallery

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Choose from 33 pictures in our Britmarch16th20th2015 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.

Military - Royal Air Force - Lancaster Retirement - St. Mawgan Coastal Command Station, Cornwall Featured Print

Military - Royal Air Force - Lancaster Retirement - St. Mawgan Coastal Command Station, Cornwall

The Royal Air Force saying goodbye to the last of it's great fleet of Lancasters, the plane which bore the brunt of bombing operations in the last few years of WWII. Bomber pilots who had flown the Lancaster raids, and high ranking RAF officers attended as the plane flew away to the breakers yards. The four engined Lancaster D for Delta, was withdrawn from Bomber Command in 1953 and has since then been flown by crews from Coastal Command. The Lancaster Bombers flew more than 156, 000 sorties in the WWII and dropped over 600, 000 tons of high explosive bombs. Altogether 7, 366 of the planes were built. Pictures shows High ranking RAF officers including (nearest camera) Air Chief Marshall Sir Wilfred Dawson, Air Marshall Sir Brian Reynolds, A.O.C.-in-C Coastal Command: Air Vice Marshall Gus Walker and Air Vice Commodore Charles Whitworth.

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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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