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Images Dated 20th September 2011

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HMS Valiant, British battleship, WW1 Featured 20 Sep 2011 Image

HMS Valiant, British battleship, WW1

HMS Valiant, a Queen Elizabeth class British battleship, launched 1914, served during the First World War including the Battle of Jutland, also served in the Second World War, decommissioned 1945, then used for training until 1948, when she was sold for scrap. Date: 20th century

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1st, Battle, Battle Ship, British, Class, Elizabeth, Great, Hms, Queen, Sea, Ship, Ships, Training, Valiant, War, War Time, World, Ww, Ww 1

Park Hospital, Davyhulme, Manchester Featured 20 Sep 2011 Image

Park Hospital, Davyhulme, Manchester

Aerial view of the Park Hospital at Davyhulme, Manchester, originally opened in 1929 as the workhouse hospital for the Barton Upon Irwell Poor Law Union. Aneurin Bevan inaugurated the National Health Service here in 1948. It later became Trafford General Hospital. Date: circa 1933

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Pauper, Workhouse, Workhouses

Prof. Peter Higgs Featured 20 Sep 2011 Image

Prof. Peter Higgs

British theoretical physicist Professor Peter Higgs (b. 1929). In 1964, Higgs predicted the existence of a new type of fundamental particle, commonly called the Higgs boson. This particle is required by many of the current Grand Unified Theories (or GUTs) which hope to explain three of the fundamental forces (electromagnetism, the weak & the strong nuclear forces) in a single unified theory. The Higgs boson is yet to be detected experimentally. Higgs is professor of theoretical physics at Edinburgh University. This photograph was taken at his office in Edinburgh in 1988 and is composited with a simulated Higgs Event such as might be seen in the CMS detector of the Large Hadron Collider at CERN, the European Particle Physics Laboratory