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Images Dated 30th March 2009

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The Library at St. Johns College, Oxford CC50_00824 Featured 30 Mar 2009 Print

The Library at St. Johns College, Oxford CC50_00824

LIBRARY, ST JOHN'S COLLEGE, Oxford, Oxfordshire. The interior of the old library in Canterbury Quad, built in 1596-1601, showing rows of bookcases leading up to the large window at the east end. Photographed by Henry Taunt in 1916

© Historic England

Education, Tudor

The Household Cavalry Featured 30 Mar 2009 Print

The Household Cavalry

The mounted troops of the Household Cavalry on parade during a visit by the President of Mexico to London in March 2009.
The Household Cavalry Regiment (HCR) has an operational role in armoured fighting vehicles which has seen them at the forefront of Britain's military operations including the Falklands (1982), the Gulf (1990), Bosnia, Kosovo and most recently in Iraq and Afghanistan.
The Regiments are Guards Regiments and, with the five Foot Guards Regiments, form the Household Division.
The second unit is the Household Cavalry Mounted Regiment (HCMR) equipped with horses. It is their unique privilege to meet the requirement to carry out mounted and some dismounted ceremonial duties on State and Royal occasions which include the provision of a Sovereign's Escort most commonly seen at The Queen's Birthday Parade in June each year. Other occasions include Sovereign's Escorts for Her Majesty The Queen during State Visits by visiting Heads of State, and as required by Her Majesty anywhere in the Kingdom

© Crown Copyright

Construction of the DH.98 Mosquito fighter-bomber of World War II Featured 30 Mar 2009 Print

Construction of the DH.98 Mosquito fighter-bomber of World War II

Construction of the DH.98 Mosquito fighter-bomber of World War II, known as the wooden wonder. A total of 1134 Mosquitoes were built at Downsview, just north of Toronto, from 1942 to 1945. Canadian-built Mosquitoes were flown in combat in Europe and North Africa by the RCAF, Royal Air Force, and U.S. Army Air Force.. Watercolor painting

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