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Background imageWeapons Collection: Grenadier Guards, famous the world over, are now, as part of their mechanisation

Grenadier Guards, famous the world over, are now, as part of their mechanisation, equipped with motor cycles on which tommy guns are mounted

Background imageWeapons Collection: British Prime Minister Winston Churchill holding a Thompson submachine gun whilst smoking

British Prime Minister Winston Churchill holding a Thompson submachine gun whilst smoking a cigar, during a visit to coastal defence positions near Hartlepool in the Second World War. 31st July 1940

Background imageWeapons Collection: A scene from the Dr Who tv series, the story is called 'The Chase'

A scene from the Dr Who tv series, the story is called "The Chase"
A scene from the Dr Who tv series, the story is called " The Chase" The scene show a confrontation between the Mechanoids large spherical robots originally built by humans in order to help

Background imageWeapons Collection: The latest type of motor torpedo boat in use by the Royal Navy

The latest type of motor torpedo boat in use by the Royal Navy, discharging her weapons during exercises in the English Channel during the Second World War. July 1940

Background imageWeapons Collection: Successful removal of an unexploded bomb in Hull, North England after the Second World

Successful removal of an unexploded bomb in Hull, North England after the Second World War. Royal Engineers Bomb Disposal pose with the weapon. Circa 1941

Background imageWeapons Collection: Discovery of an unexploded parachute mine in Hull after the Second World War

Discovery of an unexploded parachute mine in Hull after the Second World War. Navy and Army bomb disposal squads moving the parachute mine from the dredger to a waiting truck. May 1949

Background imageWeapons Collection: San Francisco detectives Inspector James Bohm (left) and Lester Gance seen here putting

San Francisco detectives Inspector James Bohm (left) and Lester Gance seen here putting their loaded Smith and Wesson 38 revolvers into their trouser holsters before going out on patrol

Background imageWeapons Collection: Extras dressed as Cybermen seen here on location near Arundel during the filming of

Extras dressed as Cybermen seen here on location near Arundel during the filming of the Dr Who story called The Silver Nemesis. 28th June 1988

Background imageWeapons Collection: Mrs. Florence Suthers of the North Cheshire Bowmen March 1953 D1372

Mrs. Florence Suthers of the North Cheshire Bowmen March 1953 D1372

Background imageWeapons Collection: A Sherman tank of a South African unit of the Eighth Army enters the city of Florence

A Sherman tank of a South African unit of the Eighth Army enters the city of Florence through the Porta Romano. August 1944

Background imageWeapons Collection: British Army Gunner S. R. Gosden of 67 Catherine Street, Reading

British Army Gunner S. R. Gosden of 67 Catherine Street, Reading
British Army Gunner S.R. Gosden of 67 Catherine Street, Reading, seen here in the back row of this group of Royal Artillery men in the Middle East during the Second World War. Circa 1942

Background imageWeapons Collection: Removal of of a 250 pound unexploded World War Two bomb at Fenners Works in Marfleet

Removal of of a 250 pound unexploded World War Two bomb at Fenners Works in Marfleet, East Yorkshire by Bomb Disposal experts of the Royal Engineers. Circa 1941

Background imageWeapons Collection: Discovery of a 500 pound unexploded American bomb in King George docks

Discovery of a 500 pound unexploded American bomb in King George docks, Hill after the Second World War. Bomb disposal squad clear the danger. April 1948

Background imageWeapons Collection: Molly Sugden actress inthe film version of Are You Being Served with John Inman holding

Molly Sugden actress inthe film version of Are You Being Served with John Inman holding the legs of Glyn Houston who plays a bandit July 1977 dbase msi

Background imageWeapons Collection: Vulcan Bomber squadron. 1964

Vulcan Bomber squadron. 1964

Background imageWeapons Collection: Lord Nelsons Flag ship HMS Victory which lead in the battle of Trafalgar

Lord Nelsons Flag ship HMS Victory which lead in the battle of Trafalgar. Circa 1975

Background imageWeapons Collection: Charlton Athletic footballer Derek Hales poses with his wife Carol while holding his

Charlton Athletic footballer Derek Hales poses with his wife Carol while holding his shotgun in one hand and two pheasants he has bagged while out shooting in the Kent countryside. 17th November 1977

Background imageWeapons Collection: Actress Angela Douglas from the film Carry On Cowboy 1965

Actress Angela Douglas from the film Carry On Cowboy 1965

Background imageWeapons Collection: Actor Richard Greene as Robin Hood shows Patricia Driscoll how to use a bow

Actor Richard Greene as Robin Hood shows Patricia Driscoll how to use a bow and arrow on the set of the Robin Hood TV Series May 1957

Background imageWeapons Collection: Pop star Barry Gibbs love of guns landed him in court when the lead singer of

Pop star Barry Gibbs love of guns landed him in court when the lead singer of the Bee Gees pop group was fined £ 25 after he admitted having two pistols without a firearms certificate

Background imageWeapons Collection: Pop star Barry Gibb, lead singer of the Bee Gees pop group pictured with his girlfriend

Pop star Barry Gibb, lead singer of the Bee Gees pop group pictured with his girlfriend Linda Gray after they had returned from Snow Hill police station

Background imageWeapons Collection: Mardi Gras Club owner Marc Jones (right) and colleagues get into the mood for a special

Mardi Gras Club owner Marc Jones (right) and colleagues get into the mood for a special American theme night, Club Fiction (Wednesday)

Background imageWeapons Collection: Soldiers of an anti aircraft battery in the West Midlands, seen here training

Soldiers of an anti aircraft battery in the West Midlands, seen here training. 12 December 1941

Background imageWeapons Collection: Women of the ATS operating the height finder optics at an anti aircraft battery in

Women of the ATS operating the height finder optics at an anti aircraft battery in the West Midlands. 12 December 1941

Background imageWeapons Collection: At an experimental gunnery camp in Manorbier, Wales, members of the Auxiliary Territorial

At an experimental gunnery camp in Manorbier, Wales, members of the Auxiliary Territorial Service (ATS) are doing very secret work operating Kine- Theodolite instruments which record the burst of

Background imageWeapons Collection: Operation Blackcoc was an operation to clear German troops from the Roer Triangle

Operation Blackcoc was an operation to clear German troops from the Roer Triangle, formed by the towns of Roermond and Sittard in the Netherlands

Background imageWeapons Collection: The aftermath of the Battle for Caen. The town fell to Canadian

The aftermath of the Battle for Caen. The town fell to Canadian and British troops on the 9th July after a sustained bombardment which caused substantial damage to the town

Background imageWeapons Collection: Thousands of 3. 7 inch Anti Aircraft shell cases stacked up in a munitions factory

Thousands of 3. 7 inch Anti Aircraft shell cases stacked up in a munitions factory
Thousands of 3.7 inch Anti Aircraft shell cases stacked up in a munitions factory somewhere in England during the Second World War. August 1941

Background imageWeapons Collection: Yugoslav partisans have been supplied with British Armoured cars

Yugoslav partisans have been supplied with British Armoured cars and American tanks suited to the difficult country in which they must be used

Background imageWeapons Collection: Consolidated PBY Catalina, an American flying boat, operating with RAF Coastal Command

Consolidated PBY Catalina, an American flying boat, operating with RAF Coastal Command. Pictured in flight, showing one of the " Blister" gun turrets open. Issued: 12th April 1941

Background imageWeapons Collection: British soldiers leave for France during World War 2. Circa 1940s

British soldiers leave for France during World War 2. Circa 1940s

Background imageWeapons Collection: Soldiers of the 24th Guards Brigade give covering fire to a fighting patrol advancing

Soldiers of the 24th Guards Brigade give covering fire to a fighting patrol advancing into Rosennano to clear the village of German snipers 9th July 1944

Background imageWeapons Collection: Anti aircraft machine gun on a submarine boat. These machine guns were used for

Anti aircraft machine gun on a submarine boat. These machine guns were used for close range use, as the war planes got closer and closer to their targets. Picture taken during training

Background imageWeapons Collection: Anti aircraft gun and army unit in the Hull and Yorkshire, or East Riding

Anti aircraft gun and army unit in the Hull and Yorkshire, or East Riding, area of England during World War Two. Anti-aircraft warfare or counter-air defence is defined by NATO as " all measures

Background imageWeapons Collection: R A O C men learning the recovering of capsizes tanks at a Midlands training centre

R A O C men learning the recovering of capsizes tanks at a Midlands training centre. England. The Royal Army Ordnance Corps (RAOC) was a corps of the British Army

Background imageWeapons Collection: RAF Technicians at one of the launch control suites for one of the Thor intermediate

RAF Technicians at one of the launch control suites for one of the Thor intermediate range ballistic missile at RAF Feltwell. 2nd February 1960

Background imageWeapons Collection: RAF Technician runs a tests on the Rocketdyne propulsion unit for a Thor intermediate

RAF Technician runs a tests on the Rocketdyne propulsion unit for a Thor intermediate range ballistic missile at RAF Feltwell. 2nd February 1960

Background imageWeapons Collection: Press Visit to R. A. F. Feltwell - Thor Ballistic Missile Base

Press Visit to R. A. F. Feltwell - Thor Ballistic Missile Base
Press Visit to R.A.F. Feltwell - Thor Ballistic Missile Base. The Thor is a intermediate range ballistic missile. Seen here taking its places as part of the operational front - line of the Royal Air

Background imageWeapons Collection: Soldiers of the South Vietnamese army advance on Viet Cong positions in Trang Bang just

Soldiers of the South Vietnamese army advance on Viet Cong positions in Trang Bang just days after the peace treaty between the USA and North Vietnam was signed in Paris. 31st January 1973

Background imageWeapons Collection: And Then There Were None, Agatha Christie crime novel play

And Then There Were None, Agatha Christie crime novel play, cast rehearsing on stage at the Duke of York Theatre, London, Wednesday 3rd February 1988. Our Picture Shows

Background imageWeapons Collection: Chief Instructor, Sergeant Ivor Montgomery, training police women on the firing range at

Chief Instructor, Sergeant Ivor Montgomery, training police women on the firing range at Fingringhoe, Essex. Pictured, WPC Elizabeth Jenkin, 25, takes aim on the firing range with her revolver

Background imageWeapons Collection: Assault troops of the Cheshire Regiment dash on to the Liverpool Landing Stage to take

Assault troops of the Cheshire Regiment dash on to the Liverpool Landing Stage to take over the Wallasey ferry boat Leasowe at the start of the exercise Friendly Invasion. 19th August 1961

Background imageWeapons Collection: The Sealed Knot Society re-enactment of the Battle of Edgehill at Kineton, Warwickshire

The Sealed Knot Society re-enactment of the Battle of Edgehill at Kineton, Warwickshire. 25th August 1985

Background imageWeapons Collection: The Bizerte Crisis 1961 French soldiers on the streets of Bizerte

The Bizerte Crisis 1961 French soldiers on the streets of Bizerte. July 21st 1961 The crisis arose after Tunisian forces surrounded

Background imageWeapons Collection: Liverpool goalkeeper Tommy Lawrence playing with his young son Stephen

Liverpool goalkeeper Tommy Lawrence playing with his young son Stephen (aged two and a half) and daughter Traced (aged 5) at the family home. February 1970

Background imageWeapons Collection: A Blue Steel missile at RAF Waddington The UKs nuclear deterrent seen here being

A Blue Steel missile at RAF Waddington The UKs nuclear deterrent seen here being loaded aboard a RAF Avro Vulcan. 14 February 1963

Background imageWeapons Collection: Soldiers of the 1st Battalion Lancashire Fusiliers seen here marching through the centre

Soldiers of the 1st Battalion Lancashire Fusiliers seen here marching through the centre of Bury to the regimental depot at Wellington Barracks. Circa 1950

Background imageWeapons Collection: 1916 Dublin Easter Uprising. On Easter Monday, April 24, 1916

1916 Dublin Easter Uprising. On Easter Monday, April 24, 1916, a small group of Irish nationalists proclaimed the establishment of the Irish Republic and, along with some 1, 600 followers



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