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01512 Gallery

Choose from 52 pictures in our 01512 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.


Freda Holland, Night Sister, Dellwood Maternity Home, Reading Featured 01512 Image

Freda Holland, Night Sister, Dellwood Maternity Home, Reading

Freda Holland, Night Sister, Dellwood Maternity Home, Reading, recipient of the George Medal, with complete disregard for her own safety, snatched 15 newborn babies from their cots as a fire and choking smoke swept through the nursery, on Sunday 18th April 1954, Sister Holland suffered severe burns and had to undergo skin graft surgery, thirteen of the babies succumbed to their injuries and would die, Sister Freda, pictured outside her whitewashed cottage in Deganwy, Wales, after it was announced that she has been awarded the George Medal, 22nd June 1954

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Wales Team to face Hungry this evening Wednesday 20th March 1963 Featured 01512 Image

Wales Team to face Hungry this evening Wednesday 20th March 1963

Wales Team to face Hungry this evening Wednesday 20th March 1963, in the UEFA European Championship Preliminary round 2nd leg at Ninian Park in Cardiff.
Standing left to right, Mel Charles (reserve), Stuart Williams, Terry Hennessey, Mike England, Ollie Burton, Dave Hollins.
Kneeling left to right, Ivor Allchurch, Cliff Jones, Barrie Jones, Phil Woosnam, Graham Moore, Graham Williams

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The shape of things to come. *** Location unknown Featured 01512 Image

The shape of things to come. *** Location unknown

The shape of things to come.
*** Location unknown.***
Three ATS (The Auxiliary Territorial Service) ladies take a look into the future, when the war will end and they will have coupons and be able to buy civilian underwear.
The Auxiliary Territorial Service was the women's branch of the British Army during the Second World War. It was formed on 9 September 1938, initially as a women's voluntary service, and existed until 1 February 1949, when it was merged into the Women's Royal Army Corps.
Rationing in World War Two meant purchasers had to present ration books, so that the coupons could be cancelled in exchange for limited items bought.
Location unknown.
Picture taken circa 1st October 1944

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