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Our Hips Collection of Images

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Choose from 42 pictures in our Our Hips Collection of Images 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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DIED THIS DAY - 31/12/1948 - Sir Malcolm Campbell

DECEMBER 31st:: Sir Malcolm Campbell broke the world speed record over half a mile in 276.72 mph on this day in 1932. Sir Malcolm Campbell with his new 'Bluebird' car, 1933.

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England football team training 1950

England team manager Walter Winterbottom (left) discusses tactics with England players while training at the oatlands Park Hotel, in Surrey, ahead of their International football match against Yugoslavia at Highbury, London. * L-R: Eckersley, Winterbottom, Leslie Compton, Dickinson, Watson and Alf Ramsey, who is England Captain. 17/2/02: The first England football manager, Sir Walter Winterbottom, has died, a hospital confirmed. Sir Walter, 89, who ran the team from 1946-62, died on Saturday at Royal Surrey County Hospital in Guildford.


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Atlantic Voyage - Felicity Ann - Ann Davison - Nassau, Bahamas

In the shirt and shorts, Mrs Ann Davison - an Englishwoman from Gloucestershire - smiles up from her 23ft craft, Felicity Ann, at Nassau, Bahamas, after her loan voyage across the Atlantic from Plymouth, England. Her adventurous journey had taken a year, during which she was buffeted in many storms and was becalmed for three weeks in mid-Atlantic.