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Choose from 214 pictures in our 00433 collection for your Wall Art or Photo Gift. All professionally made for Quick Shipping. We are proud to offer this selection in partnership with Memory Lane Prints.


Laurie Cunningham, West Brom Player, meets factory workers based next door to The Featured 00433 Image

Laurie Cunningham, West Brom Player, meets factory workers based next door to The

Laurie Cunningham, West Brom Player, meets factory workers based next door to The Hawthorns, typewriter manufacturers Smith Corona, who presented the team with a cheque for £250.00 towards their team pool. Laurie Cunningham was also presented with a carriage clock after being voted Albion Player of the Year by fans. Pictured with ladies Dotty Wedgbury, Gill Butler, Cynthia Hardie and Ivy Hadley. 28th April 1978

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Laurie Cunningham at Heathrow Airport London, prior to flying out to Bucharest via Munich Featured 00433 Image

Laurie Cunningham at Heathrow Airport London, prior to flying out to Bucharest via Munich

Laurie Cunningham at Heathrow Airport London, prior to flying out to Bucharest via Munich after missing yesterdays flight with the England squad.
14th October 1980

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Friends joining up at the beginning of the First World War Featured 00433 Image

Friends joining up at the beginning of the First World War

Friends joining up at the beginning of the First World War. Following the outbreak of war in August 1914 the newly appointed Secretary for War Lord Kitchener issued his first call to arms. This was for 100,000 volunteers, aged between 19 and 30.
The call to arms was augmented by the decision to form units that became known as Pals Battalions. General Henry Rawlinson initially suggested that men would be more willing to join up if they could serve with people they already knew. Two thirds of the battalions raised during the first two years of the war were locally-raised Pals battalions. Several of these battalions suffered heavy casualties during the Somme offensives of 1916.
20th September 1914

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