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Images Dated 19th October 2004

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The Sydney Harbour Bridge is reflected in raindrops on a window Featured 19 Oct 2004 Print

The Sydney Harbour Bridge is reflected in raindrops on a window

The Sydney Harbour Bridge is reflected in raindrops on a window October 19, 2004. Much needed rain continues to fall over areas of eastern Australia where water supply's are at all time lows however much of the country remains drought stricken. REUTERS/Tim Wimborne Pictures of the Month October 2004. NO RIGHTS CLEARANCES OR PERMISSIONS ARE REQUIRED FOR THIS IMAGE. TBW/CP FOR BEST QUALITY IMAGE: ALSO SEE GF2E5460G9F01 - RP5DRIAYCCAA

RAF Typhoons attack German tanks, France; Second World War Featured 19 Oct 2004 Print

RAF Typhoons attack German tanks, France; Second World War

Illustration showing Royal Air Force Typhoons, fighter-bombers equipped with rockets, attacking a column of German armour, near Mortain, 1944. German tanks and armoured vehicles had been massing in this area for a large scale counter-attack on American positions and low cloud had concealed their intentions from the Allied air force. However on 8th August, the clouds broke and two large German columns, consisting of several hundred vehicles, were seen and attacked by British aeroplanes

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Taylorcraft Auster IV Aeroplane; Second World War, 1944 Featured 19 Oct 2004 Print

Taylorcraft Auster IV Aeroplane; Second World War, 1944

Illustration showing a Royal Air Force Taylorcraft Auster IV airplane, with an artillery spotter on board, pictured in action over Italy, 1944. The Auster IV was an excellent airplane for the role of artillery-spotting as it was very slow flying, allowing the spotter to have a good look at where the enemy were and where the artillery shells were landing

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