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Images Dated 16th December 2006

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Indian soldier crosses over candles lit by school children during Vijay Divas in New Featured 16 Dec 2006 Print

Indian soldier crosses over candles lit by school children during Vijay Divas in New

An Indian soldier crosses over candles lit by school children during the "Vijay Divas" or victory day celebrations at India Gate in New Delhi December 16, 2006. Vijay Divas is celebrated to mark the victory of the Indian army in the 1971 war with Pakistan and to remember those who died, an Indian army officer said. REUTERS/Ahmad Masood (INDIA) - GM1DUEFGWSAA

The great gallery, Stafford House, 1908.Artist: Bedford Lemere and Company Featured 16 Dec 2006 Print

The great gallery, Stafford House, 1908.Artist: Bedford Lemere and Company

The great gallery, Stafford House, 1908. Charles Dickens mentions the private collection of paintings at Stafford House, near St James?s Palace. A photograph from The Private Palaces of London by E Beresford Chancellor, (Kegan Paul, Trench, Trubner and Co, London, 1908)

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Montagu House, Bloomsbury, 18th century, (1908) Featured 16 Dec 2006 Print

Montagu House, Bloomsbury, 18th century, (1908)

Montagu House, Bloomsbury, 18th century, (1908). The house was purchased in 1754 as the first home of the British Museum and in 1757 the gardens were opened to the public, two years before visitors were admitted to the Museum's collections. The seventeenth-century building was gradually replaced by the present Museum buildings between 1823 and 1852

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