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Images Dated 26th April 2021

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WW2 - The Brittany American Cemetery and Memorial is located in Saint-James, Normandy Featured 26 Apr 2021 Print

WW2 - The Brittany American Cemetery and Memorial is located in Saint-James, Normandy

WW2 - The Brittany American Cemetery and Memorial is located in Saint-James, Normandy, France, near the northeastern edge of Brittany. It contains the remains of 4,410 of World War II American soldiers, most of whom lost their lives in the Normandy and Brittany campaigns of 1944. Date: circa 1980s

© Mary Evans Picture Library/ANDREW BESLEY

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Where The Rainbow Ends by John Ramsay and Clifford Mills - The Lake at the End of Featured 26 Apr 2021 Print

Where The Rainbow Ends by John Ramsay and Clifford Mills - The Lake at the End of

Where The Rainbow Ends by John Ramsay and Clifford Mills - The Lake at the End of the Wood. First produced at the Savoy Theatre, 21 December 1911, Holborn Empire revival by Italia Conti, produced by Charles Gulliver, 1919, with music by Roger Quilter. A fantasy story following the journey of two girls, two boys and a pet lion cub in search of their parents. Travelling on a magic carpet they face various dangers on their way to rescue their parents and are guarded and helped by St George. The rainbow story is a symbol of hope with its magic carpet of faith and its noble hero St George of England in shining armour ready, as in olden times, to fight and conquer the dragon of evil. Most of the story is set in Rainbow Land complete with talking animals, mythical creatures and a white witch. Date: 1919

© The Michael Diamond Collection / Mary Evans Picture Library

The Speckled Band by Arthur Conan Doyle from his own short story Featured 26 Apr 2021 Print

The Speckled Band by Arthur Conan Doyle from his own short story

The Speckled Band by Arthur Conan Doyle from his own short story. First produced at the Adelphi Theatre, 4 June 1910, this production at the Globe Theatre, Shaftesbury Avenue, London.. This was in its day the most successful dramatisation of a Sherlock Holmes story. The lamp that reveals the mystery. (1 of 2) Date: early 20th century

© The Michael Diamond Collection / Mary Evans Picture Library