Chinese communist leader Mao Tse-tung (1893 - 1976) outside the University of Kangdah.
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During an ENSA tour of Italy, singer and comedienne Gracie Fields (1898-1979) poses with members of the Allied Forces in Rome. Original Publication: Picture Post - 3048 - Gracie Fields Says Farewell To Rome - pub. 1945
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John Hynd (left), British minister for the civil administration of the British zone in Germany supervises the evacuation of 25,000 children from Berlin to the country. Original Publication: Picture Post - 3040 - Wanted: A Policy For...More
The Sunderland captain Lockie tosses the coin to decide which end they will play towards while Norman Greenhalgh and the referee looks on. Original Publication: Picture Post - 3030 - When Everton Play Away - pub. 1945
Everton's Catterick scores a goal against Sunderland on his debut. Original Publication: Picture Post - 3030 - When Everton Play Away - pub. 1945
John McNair, General Secretary of the ILP (Independent Labour Party) addresses the first Pan-African Congress in Manchester. Also on the stage is Amy Jacques Garvey, the second wife of Marcus Garvey. Original Publication: Picture Post...More
Japanese General Yamashita listening to evidence of war crimes committed by his troops in the last days of fighting in Manila during WW II.
Kenny Williams, the dance director at the 20th Century Fox studios, relieves a touch of cramp in one of Betty Grable's famous legs. Ms Grable (1916 - 1973) is wearing an exotic costume for a scene in her current film 'The Dolly...More
The Duke of Windsor (1894 - 1972), the former King Edward VIII, at Marlborough House with his mother, Queen Mary (1867 - 1953). It is the first time they have met in nine years.
English actor John Mills dictating a letter to his wife playwright Mary Hayley-Bell in the garden of their cottage in Denham village, England. Original Publication: Picture Post - 2059 - He Plays What She Writes - pub. 1945
George W. Bush