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Gen. Władysław Sikorski decorating Polish-American pilot Francis Gabreski, Britain, 1940sConsuelo Vanderbilt and Winston Churchill at Blenheim Palace, Woodstock, England, United Kingdom, 1902
Gen. Władysław Sikorski decorating Polish-American pilot Francis Gabreski, Britain, 1940sConsuelo Vanderbilt and Winston Churchill at Blenheim Palace, Woodstock, England, United Kingdom, 1902
Nine European monarchs gathering at Windsor Castle for the funeral of King Edward VII, Berkshire, England, United Kingdom, 20 May 1910Barham at Scapa Flow, 1917, with other ships of the Grand Fleet
Nine European monarchs gathering at Windsor Castle for the funeral of King Edward VII, Berkshire, England, United Kingdom, 20 May 1910Barham at Scapa Flow, 1917, with other ships of the Grand Fleet
Crown Prince Hirohito visiting Oxford, England, United Kingdom, 14 May 1921Carden Loyd tankette, 1926
Crown Prince Hirohito visiting Oxford, England, United Kingdom, 14 May 1921Carden Loyd tankette, 1926
Carden Loyd Mark VI tankette towing a 3.7 inch QF Howitzer Mk I, circa 1929Carden Loyd Mark VI tankette towing a 3.7 inch QF Howitzer Mk I, circa 1929
Carden Loyd Mark VI tankette towing a 3.7 inch QF Howitzer Mk I, circa 1929Carden Loyd Mark VI tankette towing a 3.7 inch QF Howitzer Mk I, circa 1929
Carden Loyd tankettes at Elswick Works, Newcastle upon Tyne, England, United Kingdom, circa 1930Former Greek monarch George II and his wife Elisabeth of Romania in London, England, United Kingdom, circa 1931
Carden Loyd tankettes at Elswick Works, Newcastle upon Tyne, England, United Kingdom, circa 1930Former Greek monarch George II and his wife Elisabeth of Romania in London, England, United Kingdom, circa 1931
Rear view of a Vickers-Carden-Loyd A4E12 Light Amphibious Tank, 1930sSide view of a Vickers-Carden-Loyd A4E12 Light Amphibious Tank, 1930s
Rear view of a Vickers-Carden-Loyd A4E12 Light Amphibious Tank, 1930sSide view of a Vickers-Carden-Loyd A4E12 Light Amphibious Tank, 1930s
Vickers-Carden-Loyd A4E11 Light Amphibious Tank making landfall, 1930sVickers-Carden-Loyd A4E12 Light Amphibious Tank in water, 1930s
Vickers-Carden-Loyd A4E11 Light Amphibious Tank making landfall, 1930sVickers-Carden-Loyd A4E12 Light Amphibious Tank in water, 1930s
Vickers-Carden-Loyd A4E12 Light Amphibious Tank in water, 1930sVickers-Carden-Loyd Light Amphibious Tank, 1930s
Vickers-Carden-Loyd A4E12 Light Amphibious Tank in water, 1930sVickers-Carden-Loyd Light Amphibious Tank, 1930s
HMS Nelson entering Portsmouth harbor, Portsmouth, England, United Kingdom, early-1930s.Number 10 Downing Street, London, England, United Kingdom, 1935
HMS Nelson entering Portsmouth harbor, Portsmouth, England, United Kingdom, early-1930s.Number 10 Downing Street, London, England, United Kingdom, 1935
Vice Admiral Isoroku Yamamoto (center) arriving at Southampton, England, United Kingdom for the Third London Naval Conference, 16 Oct 1935Prince Albert the Duke of York and the Duchess of York with their two daughters, Princess Elizabeth and Princess Margaret at Y Bwthyn Bach (The Little House) at Royal Lodge, Jun 1936. 6 months later, he would be king.
Vice Admiral Isoroku Yamamoto (center) arriving at Southampton, England, United Kingdom for the Third London Naval Conference, 16 Oct 1935Prince Albert the Duke of York and the Duchess of York with their two daughters, Princess Elizabeth and Princess Margaret at Y Bwthyn Bach (The Little House) at Royal Lodge, Jun 1936. 6 months later, he would be king.

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