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Images Dated 28th October 2004

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A Chinese cyclist pedals inside the Forbidden City in Beijing Featured 28 Oct 2004 Print

A Chinese cyclist pedals inside the Forbidden City in Beijing

A Chinese cyclist pedals inside the Forbidden City in Beijing October 28, 2004. Beijing's 600-year-old Forbidden City is undergoing a massive renovation project that is keeping 1,400 workers and engineers busy repainting, retiling, and rebuilding most of the crumbling imperial relics. Costing more than 100 million yuan per year ($12 million dollars/year), the project kicked off in 2001 with the help from World Cultural Heritage Foundation - a U.S protection organisation for cultural relics. REUTERS/Claro Cortes IV. NO RIGHTS CLEARANCES OR PERMISSIONS ARE REQUIRED FOR THIS IMAGE. CC/CP - RP5DRHYUWLAA

British soldiers on Quinine parade Featured 28 Oct 2004 Print

British soldiers on Quinine parade

A photograph of British soldiers stationed at the Greek port of Salonika receiving their daily ration of quinine. During the war disease was a particular problem for the Allied troops at the fortified base

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The Glorious Stand of the Royal West Kents in Trones Wood Featured 28 Oct 2004 Print

The Glorious Stand of the Royal West Kents in Trones Wood

An illustration of a small group of the Royal West Kent regiment repelling German attacks in Trones Wood, France. The soldiers are reported to have been separated from their main force during a night attack on German lines in July 1916. They found themselves surrounded but resisted continuous attacks throughout the night until relief arrived early the next morning. The Illustrated London News at the time quoted a message from British Headquarters in France, which described the episode as reminiscent of Rorke's Drift

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