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Alresford: a tank passing through the town on manoeuvres, 1925

Alresford: a tank passing through the town on manoeuvres, 1925

Otto Neurath

Interesting Trivia - how long does that animal live? What is the average lifespan of a wolf? What about a woodpecker? This infographic looks at the lifespan of different species and how long they live.

The Town Mills Andover Hampshire - simple pub food - really good Wednesday quiz night ...

The Town Mills Andover Hampshire - simple pub food - really good Wednesday quiz night .

Petersfield

Living Elements a self catering country house for 6 guests in beautiful surroundings with hot tub & sauna.

Queen Mary

Naval Architecture - RMS Queen Mary in drydock at Southampton, England, prior to her maiden voyage in

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lottietea:oxford bicycles and red phone box, in snow enchantedengland: Oxford in the snow is just painfully pretty. It is agonizing. I want to endure the torment in person.

victoriansword: “ “ John Douglas led the 11th Hussars in the Charge of the Light Brigade. He survived without serious wound. He had been brought into the regiment by Lord Cardigan and as such, was one...

A Victorian Hussar in all his swaggering magnificence. Taliban fighters, slung with ammunition belts and weaponry and boasting similar facial hair, continue to favour this rather operatic style of military masculinity.

The Forge, East Meon 1930

The Forge, East Meon 1930

HMS Cleopatra on laundry day. She was a screw-corvette launched in 1878. 20 years of naval technology had passed since HMS Clio was launched (1858, photo posted earlier), makes for an interesting comparison. Used for 'harbour service' in 1903. Renamed Defiance II in 1922. Scrapped 1931.

HMS Cleopatra on laundry day. She was a screw-corvette launched in 1878. 20 years of naval technology had passed since HMS Clio was launched (1858, photo posted earlier), makes for an interesting comparison. Used for 'harbour service' in 1903. Renamed Defiance II in 1922. Scrapped 1931.

Lieutenant General Lord Methuen, commander of the British force at the Battles of Belmont and Graspan in November 1899

Field Marshal Paul Sanford Methuen Baron Methuen 1845 To 1932 British Military Commander From The Book South Africa And The Transvaal War By Louis Creswicke Published 1900 Canvas Art - Ken Welsh

Frederick Roberts, 1st Earl Roberts, Bc,VC,KG,GCB,OM,GCSI,GCIE,KStJ,VD,PC. Touted as "Our other General" next to Garnet Wolseley,"Bobs" Roberts was most famous for his success in the Second Boer War.He won the Victoria Cross captuing an enemy standard during the 1857 Indian Rebellion. It is said that during the fight over the standard, a rebellious Sepoy pressed his musket barrel against Roberts and pulled the trigger, but the weapon misfired.

Lieutenant General Sir Frederick Roberts, VC, KCB: "Bobs Bahadur" (Bobs the Lion) to the Indian Army regiments. To the British regiments just "Our Bobs"

Whitchurch: handcart (Baker and Confectioner), c1910

Whitchurch: handcart (Baker and Confectioner),

The Lymington and Milford Motor Bus around 1902

The Lymington and Milford Motor Bus around 1902

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