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Images Dated 24th September 2008

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1948 FA Cup Winners Manchester United Featured 24 Sep 2008 Print

1948 FA Cup Winners Manchester United

Football - 1947 / 1948 season
Manchester United Team Group with Manager Matt Busby (Centre).
1948 FA Cup Winners, beat Blackpool 4-2 in the final.
Back (left to right): W. H. Petheridge (Director), A. Gibson (Director), George Whittaker (Director), Dr. W. MacLean (Director), Harold Hardman (Director - also Chairman 1951-1965).
Middle: Walter Crickmer (Secretary), John Anderson, Allenby Chilton, Jack Crompton, John Aston, Henry Cockburn, John Warner.
Sitting: Jimmy Delaney, Johnny Morris, Johnny Carey, Matt Busby (Manager), Jack Rowley, Stan Pearson, Charlie Mitten

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Foreign tourists ride camels near Dakhla oasis in Egypts Western Desert, some 900 Featured 24 Sep 2008 Print

Foreign tourists ride camels near Dakhla oasis in Egypts Western Desert, some 900

Foreign tourists ride camels near Dakhla oasis in Egypt's Western Desert, some 900 km southwest from Cairo, September 24, 2008. Kidnappers who snatched European tourists in Egypt's desert last week exploited a weak spot in Cairo's security network, but the kidnapping is unlikely to herald a return to Islamist militant attacks on tourists. Egypt's state news agency MENA reported that the tourists had spent the night of Sept. 16 in a hotel in the Dakhla oasis before heading out toward the Gilf al-Kebir national reserve. REUTERS/Goran Tomasevic (EGYPT) - GM1E49P04B401

RUMP PARLIAMENT SATIRE. The Rump and dreggs of the House of Commons remaining Featured 24 Sep 2008 Print

RUMP PARLIAMENT SATIRE. The Rump and dreggs of the House of Commons remaining

RUMP PARLIAMENT SATIRE.
The Rump and dreggs of the House of Commons remaining after the good members were purged out. A playing card satirising the Rump Parliament, the few members who were left after Thomas Pride's expulsion, 1648, of about 140 Presbyterian and Royalist members of Long Parliament

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