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100 years of the RAF Featured Emergency Print

100 years of the RAF

No 26 Squadron Bristol Belvedere HC.1, based at Khormaksar, Aden, delivers supplies and mail to a remote location in the mountainous Radfan area of the country.
The RAF Belvederes were involved in combat in Aden Emergency and Borneo (during the Indonesia-Malaysia confrontation).
Twenty-six Belvederes were built, entering service as the Belvedere HC Mark 1.
The Belvederes were originally designed for use with the Royal Navy but were later adapted to carry 18 fully equipped troops with a total load capacity of 6, 000 lb. The aircraft could operate through only one engine in the event of an emergency. In that case, the remaining engine would automatically run up to double power to compensate.
*Some of these images have had some dodging and burning done and have been retouched to remove detritus and dust and scratch marks only*

© Crown copyright

Prefabricated hospital med01_01_0643 Featured Emergency Print

Prefabricated hospital med01_01_0643

Mount Vernon Hospital, Rickmansworth Road, Hillingdon, Greater London. Ministry of Health new hutted hospitals. A view of the ends of the new hutted hospital being built at Mount Vernon. When completed there was to be accommodation for over 300 patients, and the unit was one of a ring of such hospitals being built around London. Photographed for the Topical Press Agency Ltd in November 1939

© Historic England Archive

Decima Moore Featured Emergency Print

Decima Moore

Lilian Decima, Lady Moore-Guggisberg, CBE (11 December 1871 18 February 1964), better known by her stage name Decima Moore, English singer and actress, known for her performances in soprano roles with the D'Oyly Carte Opera Company and in musical comedies. Moore founded the Women's Emergency Corps, which organised women volunteers, and established several leave clubs, acting as director general of the British Navy, Army and Air Force Leave Club in Paris. After the armistice, in Cologne, she organised a club for the army of occupation. In 1918 she was made a Commander of the Most Excellent Order of the British Empire for her services and was awarded the overseas medal and the M餡illon de reconnaissance Date: 1919

© Illustrated London News Ltd/Mary Evans