Daily Life in a Fishing Village, England, UK, 1940s
World War II, German V-2 Rocket, UK, 1940s. The V-2, with the technical name Aggregat 4, was the world’s first long-range guided ballistic missile.
John Kennedy, Book, Why England Slept, 1940
John Kennedy in London, UK, 1930s
070365 Huntingdon, England, UK, 1960s. Huntingdon is a market town in the Huntingdonshire district in Cambridgeshire, England
FF0542-0003 Great Britain Prepares For War, UK, 1939
100051-3136 Horse Steeplechase, England, UK, 1950s
FF1501 Ten-Pin Bowling, England, UK, Japan, 1960s
070328 New England, Commercial Fishing, USA, 1930s
071001-0003 London, Public Housing, England, UK, 1970s
034007-040414 London, England, UK, 1980s. LONDON, ENGLAND flag, Parliament bldgs, Big Ben, cricket, Picadilly Circus, Tower Bridge, "Bobby", left hand drive, changing of guards, Stonehenge, double bus
070312-0010 Lord Kelvin's Mirror Galvanometer, UK, 1800s
he mirror galvanometer was improved significantly by William Thomson, later to become Lord Kelvin. He coined the term mirror galvanometer and patented the device in 1858. Thomson intended the instrument to read weak signal currents on very long submarine telegraph cables. This instrument was far more sensitive than any which preceded it, enabling the detection of the slightest defect in the core of a cable during its manufacture and submersion.