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British Empire Marketing Board poster - Takoradi Harbour Featured Related Images Print

British Empire Marketing Board poster - Takoradi Harbour

Native Chiefs in Palaver, Takoradi Harbour in Ghana, West Africa. Native chiefs meeting a British official or governor of the area during a period when large parts of Africa still formed part of the British Empire. The poster, by G. Spencer Pryse boasts of British materials and British engineering and the fact that the harbour was opened by the Rt Hon. J. H. Thomas (who may be the British officer in uniform in the picture)

© Mary Evans Picture Library 2015 - https://copyrighthub.org/s0/hub1/creation/maryevans/MaryEvansPictureID/10272187

Africa, Ghana, Elmina harbour. traditional wooden fishing boats Featured Related Images Print

Africa, Ghana, Elmina harbour. traditional wooden fishing boats

Africa, Ghana, Elmina harbour. traditional wooden fishing boats. in the background the fortress

© Catherina Unger/AWL Images Ltd.

Africa, African, Awl, Boat, Boats, Culture, Elmina, Fish, Fishermen, Fishing, Flags, Fort, Fortress, Ghana, Gold Coast, Group, Harbor, Harbour, Market, Men, Military, Outdoors, Port, River, Town, Tradition, Traditional, Water, Westafrica, Westafrican, Wooden

Valerie Ryshworth-Hill in ATS uniform on a motorbike Featured Related Images Print

Valerie Ryshworth-Hill in ATS uniform on a motorbike

One of two identical photographs of Valerie Ryshworth-Hill in ATS uniform on a motorbike, 1940s (c).From a collection of photographs collected by Lt Col Anthony Ryshworth-Hill and Valerie Ryshworth-Hill (later Valerie Wilkinson).Ryshworth-Hill served in Austria, Ghana and Turkey in various staff officer and diplomatic capacities. Date: circa 1949

© The National Army Museum / Mary Evans Picture Library