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Images Dated 29th April 2009

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Sgt Babbage lighting a cigarette, Bognor, 26 Aug 1940 Featured 29 Apr 2009 Print

Sgt Babbage lighting a cigarette, Bognor, 26 Aug 1940

On the beach at Bognor Regis close to the pier, the rescued pilot is accompanied by policemen and soldiers. Sgt Cyril Babbage belonged to 602 City of Glasgow Squadron, based at Westhampnett. He was shot down in his Spitfire off Bognor during the Battle of Britain. The pier can be seen in the background; the central section is missing, removed to prevent the Germans from using it as a landing stage.
L'Alouette Collection
West Sussex Record Office Ref No: L'Alouette/A/1/3/21

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Loch Dhughaill towards the distant Cuillin Hills, Sleat Peninsula, near the town of Tarskavaig, Isle of Skye, Highland, Scotland, United Kingdom, Europe Featured 29 Apr 2009 Print

Loch Dhughaill towards the distant Cuillin Hills, Sleat Peninsula, near the town of Tarskavaig, Isle of Skye, Highland, Scotland, United Kingdom, Europe

A panoramic color photograph of Loch Dhughaill looking towards the distant Cuillin Hills along a lonesome road on the Isle of Skye in Scotland near the town of Tarskavaig. Taken on a cool overcast day in the Scottish Highlands, Sleat Peninsula, near Tarskavaig on the Isle of Skye, Scotland, United Kingdom. Tarskavaig (Tarsgabhaig in Scottish Gaelic) is a crofting village on the West coast of Sleat on the Isle of Skye in Scotland. It sits in a glen which meets Tarskavaig Bay and lies opposite the Isles of Eigg, Rum and Canna. It is often said that Tarskavaig has the best view of the Cuillin Mountain Range in Skye

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Iles De La Cite Featured 29 Apr 2009 Print

Iles De La Cite

A view southwards across the River Seine in Paris, circa 1880. The Ile Saint-Louis is on the left and the Ile de la Cite on the right, with the cathedral of Notre Dame amidst its buildings. The bridge in the left foreground is the Pont Louis-Philippe, with the Pont Saint-Louis joining the two islands. Next to the Ile Saint-Louis is the Bain du terrain Grande Ecole de Natation or swimming school. (Photo by Hulton Archive/Getty Images)

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