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Images Dated 1st November 2004

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Professional Santa Claus performers attend a training day in London Featured 1 Nov 2004 Print

Professional Santa Claus performers attend a training day in London

Professional Santa Claus performers attend a training day at the "Ministry of Fun's Santa School" at Southwark Cathedral in London, November 1, 2004. The "Ministry of Fun", which provides Santa Claus performers for Christmas grottos, hosted the event for 35 Santas on Monday, with the aim of highlighting and turning around what they claim is a decline in demand for their services during the festive period. REUTERS/Toby Melville. NO RIGHTS CLEARANCES OR PERMISSIONS ARE REQUIRED FOR THIS IMAGE. TM/ASA/WS - RP5DRIDQVGAA

The Kings sailor son Featured 1 Nov 2004 Print

The Kings sailor son

A portrait of Prince Albert (1895-1952), second son of King George V and father of Queen Elizabeth II, taken during his service in the Royal Navy in the First World War. After the war he married Lady Elizabeth Bowes-Lyon and on the abdication of his brother King Edward VIII ascended the throne in 1936. As King George VI he ruled until his death in 1952

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Admiral Jellicoes farewell to Lord Kitchener Featured 1 Nov 2004 Print

Admiral Jellicoes farewell to Lord Kitchener

A photograph of Admiral John Rushworth Jellicoe (1859-1935) bidding farewell to Field-Marshal Horatio Herbert Kitchener (1850-1916) before his embarkation aboard the H.M.S. Hampshire, bound for Russia. Kitchener (third figure from right) was made Secretary of State for War in 1914 and was drowned when the Hampshire struck a mine off Orkney and sank on the 5th June 1916. Admiral Jellicoe is seen standing beside Kitchener, shaking hands with Hugh James O'Beirne of the Foreign Office, who also perished in the sinking. Jellicoe was appointed Command-in-Chief of the Grand Fleet in 1914 and was promoted to First Sea Lord following the battle of Jutland in 1916

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