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Paris, France protest by Yellow Vest movement, Champs Elysees area, flag with years of revolt 1789, 1968, 2018 - Jess Hurd - 08-12-2018
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08-12-2018 Paris, France protest by Yellow Vest movement, Champs Elysees area, flag with years of revolt 1789, 1968, 2018 © Jess Hurd
Paris, France protest by Yellow Vest movement, Champs Elysees area, flag with years of revolt 1789, 1968, 2018 - Jess Hurd - 08-12-2018
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08-12-2018 Paris, France protest by Yellow Vest movement, Champs Elysees area, flag with years of revolt 1789, 1968, 2018 © Jess Hurd
Memphis, Tennessee, USA: I Am A Man Plaza commemorating the 1968 sanitation strike and the assasination of Martin Luther King Jr. It is next to the Clayborn Temple where civil rights leaders were base... - Jim West - 25-04-2018
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25-04-2018 Memphis, Tennessee, USA: I Am A Man Plaza commemorating the 1968 sanitation strike and the assasination of Martin Luther King Jr. It is next to the Clayborn Temple where civil rights leaders were base... © Jim West
Memphis, Tennessee, USA: I Am A Man Plaza commemorating the 1968 sanitation strike and the assasination of Martin Luther King Jr. It is next to the Clayborn Temple where civil rights leaders were base... - Jim West - 25-04-2018
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25-04-2018 Memphis, Tennessee, USA: I Am A Man Plaza commemorating the 1968 sanitation strike and the assasination of Martin Luther King Jr. It is next to the Clayborn Temple where civil rights leaders were base... © Jim West
Memphis, Tennessee, USA: I Am A Man Plaza commemorating the 1968 sanitation strike and the assasination of Martin Luther King Jr. It is next to the Clayborn Temple where civil rights leaders were base... - Jim West - 25-04-2018
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25-04-2018 Memphis, Tennessee, USA: I Am A Man Plaza commemorating the 1968 sanitation strike and the assasination of Martin Luther King Jr. It is next to the Clayborn Temple where civil rights leaders were base... © Jim West
Memphis, Tennessee USA The National Civil Rights Museum at the Lorraine Motel where Martin Luther King was assassinated in 1968. The text of Dr. King's 1963 Letter from Birmingham Jail is displayed in... - Jim West - 25-04-2018
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25-04-2018 Memphis, Tennessee USA The National Civil Rights Museum at the Lorraine Motel where Martin Luther King was assassinated in 1968. The text of Dr. King's 1963 Letter from Birmingham Jail is displayed in... © Jim West
Memphis, Tennessee USA The National Civil Rights Museum at the Lorraine Motel where Martin Luther King was assassinated in 1968. A burned out Greyhound bus tells the story of the Freedom Riders who we... - Jim West - 25-04-2018
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25-04-2018 Memphis, Tennessee USA The National Civil Rights Museum at the Lorraine Motel where Martin Luther King was assassinated in 1968. A burned out Greyhound bus tells the story of the Freedom Riders who we... © Jim West
Memphis, Tennessee USA The National Civil Rights Museum at the Lorraine Motel where Martin Luther King was assassinated in 1968. A burned out Greyhound bus tells the story of the Freedom Riders who we... - Jim West - 25-04-2018
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25-04-2018 Memphis, Tennessee USA The National Civil Rights Museum at the Lorraine Motel where Martin Luther King was assassinated in 1968. A burned out Greyhound bus tells the story of the Freedom Riders who we... © Jim West
Memphis, Tennessee USA The National Civil Rights Museum at the Lorraine Motel where Martin Luther King was assassinated in 1968 during the sanitation workers strike. A vintage city garbage truck and f... - Jim West - 25-04-2018
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25-04-2018 Memphis, Tennessee USA The National Civil Rights Museum at the Lorraine Motel where Martin Luther King was assassinated in 1968 during the sanitation workers strike. A vintage city garbage truck and f... © Jim West
Memphis, Tennessee USA The National Civil Rights Museum at the Lorraine Motel, where Martin Luther King was assassinated in 1968. A vintage city bus with a sculpture of Rosa Parks tells the story of t... - Jim West - 25-04-2018
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25-04-2018 Memphis, Tennessee USA The National Civil Rights Museum at the Lorraine Motel, where Martin Luther King was assassinated in 1968. A vintage city bus with a sculpture of Rosa Parks tells the story of t... © Jim West
Memphis, Tennessee USA The National Civil Rights Museum at the Lorraine Motel where Martin Luther King was assassinated in 1968. A vintage city bus with figures of African-American women walking to wo... - Jim West - 25-04-2018
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25-04-2018 Memphis, Tennessee USA The National Civil Rights Museum at the Lorraine Motel where Martin Luther King was assassinated in 1968. A vintage city bus with figures of African-American women walking to wo... © Jim West
Memphis, Tennessee USA The National Civil Rights Museum at the Lorraine Motel where Martin Luther King was assassinated in 1968. A display on the history of slavery shows a slave and her baby being so... - Jim West - 25-04-2018
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25-04-2018 Memphis, Tennessee USA The National Civil Rights Museum at the Lorraine Motel where Martin Luther King was assassinated in 1968. A display on the history of slavery shows a slave and her baby being so... © Jim West
Memphis, Tennessee USA The National Civil Rights Museum at the Lorraine Motel where Martin Luther King was assassinated in 1968. A display about the 1955-56 Montgomery bus boycott shows photographs of... - Jim West - 25-04-2018
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25-04-2018 Memphis, Tennessee USA The National Civil Rights Museum at the Lorraine Motel where Martin Luther King was assassinated in 1968. A display about the 1955-56 Montgomery bus boycott shows photographs of... © Jim West
Memphis, Tennessee USA The National Civil Rights Museum at the Lorraine Motel, where Martin Luther King was assassinated in 1968. A display of the 1963 March on Washington - Jim West - 25-04-2018
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25-04-2018 Memphis, Tennessee USA The National Civil Rights Museum at the Lorraine Motel, where Martin Luther King was assassinated in 1968. A display of the 1963 March on Washington © Jim West
Memphis, Tennessee USA The National Civil Rights Museum at the Lorraine Motel, where Martin Luther King was assassinated in 1968. A lunch counter tells the story of the student sit-ins at segregated l... - Jim West - 25-04-2018
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25-04-2018 Memphis, Tennessee USA The National Civil Rights Museum at the Lorraine Motel, where Martin Luther King was assassinated in 1968. A lunch counter tells the story of the student sit-ins at segregated l... © Jim West
Memphis, Tennessee USA The National Civil Rights Museum at the Lorraine Motel, where Martin Luther King was assassinated in 1968. A wreath outside Room 306 marks the spot where King was shot. - Jim West - 25-04-2018
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25-04-2018 Memphis, Tennessee USA The National Civil Rights Museum at the Lorraine Motel, where Martin Luther King was assassinated in 1968. A wreath outside Room 306 marks the spot where King was shot. © Jim West
Memphis, Tennessee USA The National Civil Rights Museum at the Lorraine Motel, where Martin Luther King was assassinated in 1968. The view of Room 306 where King died from the boarding house across th... - Jim West - 25-04-2018
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25-04-2018 Memphis, Tennessee USA The National Civil Rights Museum at the Lorraine Motel, where Martin Luther King was assassinated in 1968. The view of Room 306 where King died from the boarding house across th... © Jim West
Detroit, Michigan USA Fast food workers protest at a McDonalds restaurant for a $15 per hour minimum wage. 50th anniversary of the historic 1968 Memphis sanitation workers strike - Jim West - 12-02-2018
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12-02-2018 Detroit, Michigan USA Fast food workers protest at a McDonalds restaurant for a $15 per hour minimum wage. 50th anniversary of the historic 1968 Memphis sanitation workers strike © Jim West
Detroit, Michigan USA Fast food workers protest at a McDonalds restaurant for a $15 per hour minimum wage. 50th anniversary of the historic 1968 Memphis sanitation workers strike - Jim West - 12-02-2018
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12-02-2018 Detroit, Michigan USA Fast food workers protest at a McDonalds restaurant for a $15 per hour minimum wage. 50th anniversary of the historic 1968 Memphis sanitation workers strike © Jim West
Detroit, Michigan USA Fast food workers protest at a McDonalds restaurant for a $15 per hour minimum wage. 50th anniversary of the historic 1968 Memphis sanitation workers strike - Jim West - 12-02-2018
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12-02-2018 Detroit, Michigan USA Fast food workers protest at a McDonalds restaurant for a $15 per hour minimum wage. 50th anniversary of the historic 1968 Memphis sanitation workers strike © Jim West
Keene, California, Cesar E. Chavez National Monument honouring the founder of the United Farm Workers of America. The altar is similar to one at the Forty Acres headquarters in 1968 - Jim West - 24-06-2016
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24-06-2016 Keene, California, Cesar E. Chavez National Monument honouring the founder of the United Farm Workers of America. The altar is similar to one at the Forty Acres headquarters in 1968 © Jim West
MEXICO CITY, MEXICO Students and workers march to comemorate the massacre of hundreds of students by the army in 1968 and the recent killings in Iguala. - David Bacon - 02-10-2014
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02-10-2014 MEXICO CITY, MEXICO Students and workers march to comemorate the massacre of hundreds of students by the army in 1968 and the recent killings in Iguala. © David Bacon
MEXICO CITY, MEXICO Students and workers march to comemorate the massacre of hundreds of students by the army in 1968 and the recent killings in Iguala. - David Bacon - 02-10-2014
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02-10-2014 MEXICO CITY, MEXICO Students and workers march to comemorate the massacre of hundreds of students by the army in 1968 and the recent killings in Iguala. © David Bacon
MEXICO CITY, MEXICO Students and workers march to comemorate the massacre of hundreds of students by the army in 1968 and the recent killings in Iguala. - David Bacon - 02-10-2014
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02-10-2014 MEXICO CITY, MEXICO Students and workers march to comemorate the massacre of hundreds of students by the army in 1968 and the recent killings in Iguala. © David Bacon
MEXICO CITY, MEXICO Students and workers march to comemorate the massacre of hundreds of students by the army in 1968 and the recent killings in Iguala. - David Bacon - 02-10-2014
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02-10-2014 MEXICO CITY, MEXICO Students and workers march to comemorate the massacre of hundreds of students by the army in 1968 and the recent killings in Iguala. © David Bacon
MEXICO CITY, MEXICO Students and workers march to comemorate the massacre of hundreds of students by the army in 1968 and the recent killings in Iguala. - David Bacon - 02-10-2014
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02-10-2014 MEXICO CITY, MEXICO Students and workers march to comemorate the massacre of hundreds of students by the army in 1968 and the recent killings in Iguala. © David Bacon
MEXICO CITY, MEXICO Students and workers march to comemorate the massacre of hundreds of students by the army in 1968 and the recent killings in Iguala. - David Bacon - 02-10-2014
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02-10-2014 MEXICO CITY, MEXICO Students and workers march to comemorate the massacre of hundreds of students by the army in 1968 and the recent killings in Iguala. © David Bacon
MEXICO CITY, MEXICO Students and workers march to comemorate the massacre of hundreds of students by the army in 1968 and the recent killings in Iguala. - David Bacon - 02-10-2014
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02-10-2014 MEXICO CITY, MEXICO Students and workers march to comemorate the massacre of hundreds of students by the army in 1968 and the recent killings in Iguala. © David Bacon
MEXICO CITY, MEXICO Farmers from Atenco, outside Mexico City holding up corn and machetes to protest at their eviction from their land to make way for a new airport development. Students and workers m... - David Bacon - 02-10-2014
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02-10-2014 MEXICO CITY, MEXICO Farmers from Atenco, outside Mexico City holding up corn and machetes to protest at their eviction from their land to make way for a new airport development. Students and workers m... © David Bacon
MEXICO CITY, MEXICO Farmers from Atenco, outside Mexico City holding up corn and machetes to protest at their eviction from their land to make way for a new airport development. Students and workers m... - David Bacon - 02-10-2014
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02-10-2014 MEXICO CITY, MEXICO Farmers from Atenco, outside Mexico City holding up corn and machetes to protest at their eviction from their land to make way for a new airport development. Students and workers m... © David Bacon
Graffiti La Beaute est dans la rue a reference to The Situationist International and France in May 1968, Beauty is in the street. Graffiti supporting Gezi Park protests, which escalated across the cou... - Jess Hurd - 10-06-2013
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10-06-2013 Graffiti La Beaute est dans la rue a reference to The Situationist International and France in May 1968, Beauty is in the street. Graffiti supporting Gezi Park protests, which escalated across the cou... © Jess Hurd
MEXICO CITY On their way to the march, students take over the metro stations, and the subway. Students from the National Autonomous University of Mexico (UNAM) join other students and workers in a mar... - David Bacon - 02-10-2012
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02-10-2012 MEXICO CITY On their way to the march, students take over the metro stations, and the subway. Students from the National Autonomous University of Mexico (UNAM) join other students and workers in a mar... © David Bacon
MEXICO CITY On their way to the march, students take over the metro stations, and the subway. Students from the National Autonomous University of Mexico (UNAM) join other students and workers in a mar... - David Bacon - 02-10-2012
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02-10-2012 MEXICO CITY On their way to the march, students take over the metro stations, and the subway. Students from the National Autonomous University of Mexico (UNAM) join other students and workers in a mar... © David Bacon
MEXICO CITY, Students from the National Autonomous University of Mexico (UNAM) join other students and workers in a march from the Plaza of Three Cultures (Tlatelolco) to Mexico Citys main plaza, the... - David Bacon - 02-10-2012
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02-10-2012 MEXICO CITY, Students from the National Autonomous University of Mexico (UNAM) join other students and workers in a march from the Plaza of Three Cultures (Tlatelolco) to Mexico Citys main plaza, the... © David Bacon
MEXICO CITY, Students from the National Autonomous University of Mexico (UNAM) join other students and workers in a march from the Plaza of Three Cultures (Tlatelolco) to Mexico Citys main plaza, the... - David Bacon - 02-10-2012
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02-10-2012 MEXICO CITY, Students from the National Autonomous University of Mexico (UNAM) join other students and workers in a march from the Plaza of Three Cultures (Tlatelolco) to Mexico Citys main plaza, the... © David Bacon
Anarchist graffiti. Protest called after the fatal shooting by the police on December 6th of Alexandros Grigorolopoulos a 15 year old boy, Athens, Greece - Jess Hurd - 20-12-2008
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20-12-2008 Anarchist graffiti. Protest called after the fatal shooting by the police on December 6th of Alexandros Grigorolopoulos a 15 year old boy, Athens, Greece © Jess Hurd
ENVER on the side of Mount Shpirag, Berat, Albania, 1990, painted in 1968 in tribute to the Communist leader Enver Hoxha - Melanie Friend - 18-04-1990
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18-04-1990 ENVER on the side of Mount Shpirag, Berat, Albania, 1990, painted in 1968 in tribute to the Communist leader Enver Hoxha © Melanie Friend
Stanley Green known as the Protein Man with his famous placard on Oxford Street London 1982. For 25 years, from 1968 until 1993, Green walked Oxford Street with a placard recommending Protein Wisdom,... - Stefano Cagnoni - 06-07-1982
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06-07-1982 Stanley Green known as the Protein Man with his famous placard on Oxford Street London 1982. For 25 years, from 1968 until 1993, Green walked Oxford Street with a placard recommending Protein Wisdom,... © Stefano Cagnoni
Playwright Howard Brenton 1981 at a meeting to set up a defence fund for the 1968 Theatres Act which abolished censorship in the theatre and against prosecution for gross indecency by Mary Whitehouse... - Martin Mayer - 24-11-1981
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24-11-1981 Playwright Howard Brenton 1981 at a meeting to set up a defence fund for the 1968 Theatres Act which abolished censorship in the theatre and against prosecution for gross indecency by Mary Whitehouse... © Martin Mayer
Playwright Howard Brenton 1981 at a meeting to set up a defence fund for the 1968 Theatres Act which abolished censorship in the theatre and against prosecution for gross indecency by Mary Whitehouse... - Martin Mayer - 24-11-1981
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24-11-1981 Playwright Howard Brenton 1981 at a meeting to set up a defence fund for the 1968 Theatres Act which abolished censorship in the theatre and against prosecution for gross indecency by Mary Whitehouse... © Martin Mayer
Playwright Howard Brenton 1981 at a meeting to set up a defence fund for the 1968 Theatres Act which abolished censorship in the theatre and against prosecution for gross indecency by Mary Whitehouse... - Martin Mayer - 24-11-1981
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24-11-1981 Playwright Howard Brenton 1981 at a meeting to set up a defence fund for the 1968 Theatres Act which abolished censorship in the theatre and against prosecution for gross indecency by Mary Whitehouse... © Martin Mayer
Playwright Howard Brenton 1981 with Andrew Leigh, The Old Vic (C), Laurence Harbottle, President of the Theatrical Management Association at a meeting to set up a defence fund for the 1968 Theatres Ac... - Martin Mayer - 24-11-1981
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24-11-1981 Playwright Howard Brenton 1981 with Andrew Leigh, The Old Vic (C), Laurence Harbottle, President of the Theatrical Management Association at a meeting to set up a defence fund for the 1968 Theatres Ac... © Martin Mayer
Natalya Gorbanevskaya Russian dissident and poet, Protest against psychiatric abuses in Soviet Union, London 1976. She was sent to "psychiatric hospital" after protesting in Red Square at the invasion... - Martin Mayer - 04-07-1976
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04-07-1976 Natalya Gorbanevskaya Russian dissident and poet, Protest against psychiatric abuses in Soviet Union, London 1976. She was sent to "psychiatric hospital" after protesting in Red Square at the invasion... © Martin Mayer
The closed East End Maternity Hospital, Tower Hamlets, one of the poorest boroughs in the UK, 1976. The Hospital was closed in 1968. - Angela Phillips - 12-02-1976
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12-02-1976 The closed East End Maternity Hospital, Tower Hamlets, one of the poorest boroughs in the UK, 1976. The Hospital was closed in 1968. © Angela Phillips
Viktor Fainberg London 1975, Soviet dissident, Campaign Against Psychiatric Abuse in the USSR,. Press conference in London soon after his release from the USSR. He was arrested after demonstrating aga... - Peter Arkell - 03-07-1975
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03-07-1975 Viktor Fainberg London 1975, Soviet dissident, Campaign Against Psychiatric Abuse in the USSR,. Press conference in London soon after his release from the USSR. He was arrested after demonstrating aga... © Peter Arkell
Viktor Fainberg and Marina Vaykhanskaya, London 1975, Soviet dissident, Campaign Against Psychiatric Abuse in the USSR,. Press conference in London soon after his release from the USSR. He was arreste... - Peter Arkell - 03-07-1975
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03-07-1975 Viktor Fainberg and Marina Vaykhanskaya, London 1975, Soviet dissident, Campaign Against Psychiatric Abuse in the USSR,. Press conference in London soon after his release from the USSR. He was arreste... © Peter Arkell
Cecil King meeting Mary Whitehouse, Foyles Literary Luncheon, London, 1971 as guest of honour. Newspaper magnate Cecil King was involved in a 1968 plot to bring down the Wilson Government. - Martin Mayer - 07-10-1971
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07-10-1971 Cecil King meeting Mary Whitehouse, Foyles Literary Luncheon, London, 1971 as guest of honour. Newspaper magnate Cecil King was involved in a 1968 plot to bring down the Wilson Government. © Martin Mayer
The Projector written by William Rufus Chetwood, adapted by Joan Littlewood, it analysed the inquiry into Ronan Point disaster, the high rise block where a gas explosion killed four people in 1968, wh... - Chris Davies - 27-11-1970
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27-11-1970 The Projector written by William Rufus Chetwood, adapted by Joan Littlewood, it analysed the inquiry into Ronan Point disaster, the high rise block where a gas explosion killed four people in 1968, wh... © Chris Davies
Composer, Carl Davies on the set of The Projector written by William Rufus Chetwood and adapted by Joan Littlewood, for which he wrote the musical score. Theatre Royal Stratford East, 1970. The play a... - Chris Davies - 27-11-1970
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27-11-1970 Composer, Carl Davies on the set of The Projector written by William Rufus Chetwood and adapted by Joan Littlewood, for which he wrote the musical score. Theatre Royal Stratford East, 1970. The play a... © Chris Davies
The Projector written by William Rufus Chetwood, adapted by Joan Littlewood, it analysed the inquiry into Ronan Point disaster, the high rise block where a gas explosion killed four people in 1968, wh... - Chris Davies - 27-11-1970
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27-11-1970 The Projector written by William Rufus Chetwood, adapted by Joan Littlewood, it analysed the inquiry into Ronan Point disaster, the high rise block where a gas explosion killed four people in 1968, wh... © Chris Davies
The Projector written by William Rufus Chetwood, adapted by Joan Littlewood, it analysed the inquiry into Ronan Point disaster, the high rise block where a gas explosion killed four people in 1968, wh... - Chris Davies - 27-11-1970
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27-11-1970 The Projector written by William Rufus Chetwood, adapted by Joan Littlewood, it analysed the inquiry into Ronan Point disaster, the high rise block where a gas explosion killed four people in 1968, wh... © Chris Davies
The Projector written by William Rufus Chetwood, adapted by Joan Littlewood, it analysed the inquiry into Ronan Point disaster, the high rise block where a gas explosion killed four people in 1968, wh... - Chris Davies - 27-11-1970
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27-11-1970 The Projector written by William Rufus Chetwood, adapted by Joan Littlewood, it analysed the inquiry into Ronan Point disaster, the high rise block where a gas explosion killed four people in 1968, wh... © Chris Davies
The Projector written by William Rufus Chetwood, adapted by Joan Littlewood, it analysed the inquiry into Ronan Point disaster, the high rise block where a gas explosion killed four people in 1968, wh... - Chris Davies - 27-11-1970
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27-11-1970 The Projector written by William Rufus Chetwood, adapted by Joan Littlewood, it analysed the inquiry into Ronan Point disaster, the high rise block where a gas explosion killed four people in 1968, wh... © Chris Davies
Biafran children who lost their parents during the Nigerian Civil War, orphanage, Sao Tome, 1968 - Romano Cagnoni - 27-11-1968
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27-11-1968 Biafran children who lost their parents during the Nigerian Civil War, orphanage, Sao Tome, 1968 © Romano Cagnoni
Professor Richard Titmuss, 1968, pioneering British Social Researcher who effectively founded acaedemic discipline now commonly known as Social Policy. Founding Chair of Social Administration now Soci... - Romano Cagnoni - 13-11-1968
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13-11-1968 Professor Richard Titmuss, 1968, pioneering British Social Researcher who effectively founded acaedemic discipline now commonly known as Social Policy. Founding Chair of Social Administration now Soci... © Romano Cagnoni
English Marxist playwright, John Arden, at the staging of his play, The Hero Rises Up, Roundhouse Theatre, London, 1968. - Patrick Eagar - 03-11-1968
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03-11-1968 English Marxist playwright, John Arden, at the staging of his play, The Hero Rises Up, Roundhouse Theatre, London, 1968. © Patrick Eagar
The Hero Rises Up by John Arden and Margaretta D'Arcy Roundhouse Theatre London 1968. Henry Woolf as Nelson and Bettina Jonic as Emma (R) - Patrick Eagar - 03-11-1968
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03-11-1968 The Hero Rises Up by John Arden and Margaretta D'Arcy Roundhouse Theatre London 1968. Henry Woolf as Nelson and Bettina Jonic as Emma (R) © Patrick Eagar
The Hero Rises Up by John Arden and Margaretta D'Arcy Roundhouse Theatre London 1968. Anne MItchell as Lady Nelson (L), Bettina Jonic as Emma - Patrick Eagar - 03-11-1968
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03-11-1968 The Hero Rises Up by John Arden and Margaretta D'Arcy Roundhouse Theatre London 1968. Anne MItchell as Lady Nelson (L), Bettina Jonic as Emma © Patrick Eagar
The Hero Rises Up by John Arden and Margaretta D'Arcy Roundhouse Theatre London 1968. Henry Woolf as Nelson and Bettina Jonic as Emma - Patrick Eagar - 03-11-1968
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03-11-1968 The Hero Rises Up by John Arden and Margaretta D'Arcy Roundhouse Theatre London 1968. Henry Woolf as Nelson and Bettina Jonic as Emma © Patrick Eagar
The Hero Rises Up by John Arden and Margaretta D'Arcy Roundhouse Theatre London 1968. Bettina Jonic as Emma and John Preston as Hamilton - Patrick Eagar - 03-11-1968
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03-11-1968 The Hero Rises Up by John Arden and Margaretta D'Arcy Roundhouse Theatre London 1968. Bettina Jonic as Emma and John Preston as Hamilton © Patrick Eagar
The Hero Rises Up by John Arden and Margaretta D'Arcy Roundhouse Theatre London 1968. Caracciolo dummy hanging Henry Woolf as Nelson and Bettina Jonic as Emma - Patrick Eagar - 03-11-1968
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03-11-1968 The Hero Rises Up by John Arden and Margaretta D'Arcy Roundhouse Theatre London 1968. Caracciolo dummy hanging Henry Woolf as Nelson and Bettina Jonic as Emma © Patrick Eagar
Mark Boyle on the set of The Hero Rises Up by John Arden and Margaretta D'Arcy Roundhouse Theatre London 1968 - Patrick Eagar - 03-11-1968
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03-11-1968 Mark Boyle on the set of The Hero Rises Up by John Arden and Margaretta D'Arcy Roundhouse Theatre London 1968 © Patrick Eagar
Mark Boyle on the set of The Hero Rises Up by John Arden and Margaretta D'Arcy Roundhouse Theatre London 1968 - Patrick Eagar - 03-11-1968
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03-11-1968 Mark Boyle on the set of The Hero Rises Up by John Arden and Margaretta D'Arcy Roundhouse Theatre London 1968 © Patrick Eagar
Delirium for Two by Eugene Ionesco, Yvonne Arnaud Theatre Guildford 1968. Wanda Rotha and Wolf Frees, Delire a deux, first UK performance - Romano Cagnoni - 03-11-1968
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03-11-1968 Delirium for Two by Eugene Ionesco, Yvonne Arnaud Theatre Guildford 1968. Wanda Rotha and Wolf Frees, Delire a deux, first UK performance © Romano Cagnoni
The Orsino sets sail from Hull docks for Iceland, the first experimental mothership for the trawler fleet, watched by seamen and dockers - Martin Mayer - 29-10-1968
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29-10-1968 The Orsino sets sail from Hull docks for Iceland, the first experimental mothership for the trawler fleet, watched by seamen and dockers © Martin Mayer
The Orsino sets sail from Hull docks for Iceland, the first experimental mothership for the trawler fleet, watched by seamen and dockers - Martin Mayer - 29-10-1968
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29-10-1968 The Orsino sets sail from Hull docks for Iceland, the first experimental mothership for the trawler fleet, watched by seamen and dockers © Martin Mayer
Fishermen and seamen embarking on a trawler in Hull docks prior to departure - Martin Mayer - 29-10-1968
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29-10-1968 Fishermen and seamen embarking on a trawler in Hull docks prior to departure © Martin Mayer
The Orsino sets sail from Hull docks for Iceland, the first experimental mothership for the trawler fleet, watched by seamen and dockers - Martin Mayer - 29-10-1968
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29-10-1968 The Orsino sets sail from Hull docks for Iceland, the first experimental mothership for the trawler fleet, watched by seamen and dockers © Martin Mayer
Two young mothers walk through the docks in Hull with headscarves and traditional prams - Martin Mayer - 29-10-1968
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29-10-1968 Two young mothers walk through the docks in Hull with headscarves and traditional prams © Martin Mayer
Fishermen on a trawler in Hull dock prepare nets prior to setting off for Icelandic fishing grounds - Martin Mayer - 29-10-1968
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29-10-1968 Fishermen on a trawler in Hull dock prepare nets prior to setting off for Icelandic fishing grounds © Martin Mayer
Fishermen on a trawler in Hull dock prepare nets prior to setting off for Icelandic fishing grounds - Martin Mayer - 29-10-1968
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29-10-1968 Fishermen on a trawler in Hull dock prepare nets prior to setting off for Icelandic fishing grounds © Martin Mayer
Unloading frozen fish from a trawler in Hull docks - Martin Mayer - 29-10-1968
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29-10-1968 Unloading frozen fish from a trawler in Hull docks © Martin Mayer
Hull fish dock. Crew preparing one of the large trawlers, Port of Grimsby 1968 - Martin Mayer - 29-10-1968
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29-10-1968 Hull fish dock. Crew preparing one of the large trawlers, Port of Grimsby 1968 © Martin Mayer
Loading frozen fish, Hull fish dock, Port of Grimsby 1968 - Martin Mayer - 29-10-1968
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29-10-1968 Loading frozen fish, Hull fish dock, Port of Grimsby 1968 © Martin Mayer
Tariq Ali, protest against the Vietnam War, ending at US Embassy, Grosvenor Square, London - NLA - 27-10-1968
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27-10-1968 Tariq Ali, protest against the Vietnam War, ending at US Embassy, Grosvenor Square, London © NLA
Tariq Ali, protest against the Vietnam War, ending at US Embassy, Grosvenor Square, London - NLA - 27-10-1968
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27-10-1968 Tariq Ali, protest against the Vietnam War, ending at US Embassy, Grosvenor Square, London © NLA
Protest against the Vietnam War 1968 from US Embassy to rally in Trafalgar Square, London - Romano Cagnoni - 27-10-1968
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27-10-1968 Protest against the Vietnam War 1968 from US Embassy to rally in Trafalgar Square, London © Romano Cagnoni
Tariq Ali at the front of a demonstration at the US Embassy & a rally in Trafalgar Square against the Vietnam War, London, 1968. - Romano Cagnoni - 27-10-1968
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27-10-1968 Tariq Ali at the front of a demonstration at the US Embassy & a rally in Trafalgar Square against the Vietnam War, London, 1968. © Romano Cagnoni
Labour Peer, Lord Fenner Brockway, founder and chairman of the Movement for Colonial Freedom, en route to Parliament on the northern line of the London underground tube network. .... - Romano Cagnoni - 25-10-1968
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25-10-1968 Labour Peer, Lord Fenner Brockway, founder and chairman of the Movement for Colonial Freedom, en route to Parliament on the northern line of the London underground tube network. .... © Romano Cagnoni
Forty Years On written by Alan Bennett, staged at the Apollo Theatre in London, 1968. With, L to R: ALan Bennett, John Gielgud, Paul Eddington and Dorothy Reynolds - Romano Cagnoni - 24-10-1968
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24-10-1968 Forty Years On written by Alan Bennett, staged at the Apollo Theatre in London, 1968. With, L to R: ALan Bennett, John Gielgud, Paul Eddington and Dorothy Reynolds © Romano Cagnoni
Forty Years On written by Alan Bennett, staged at the Apollo Theatre in London, 1968. With, Nora Nicholson and John Gielgud, and Alan Bennett in the background. - Romano Cagnoni - 24-10-1968
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24-10-1968 Forty Years On written by Alan Bennett, staged at the Apollo Theatre in London, 1968. With, Nora Nicholson and John Gielgud, and Alan Bennett in the background. © Romano Cagnoni
Forty Years On written by Alan Bennett, staged at the Apollo Theatre in London, 1968. With, left to right: John Gielgud, Paul Eddington and Dorothy Reynolds and the boys of Albion House. - Romano Cagnoni - 24-10-1968
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24-10-1968 Forty Years On written by Alan Bennett, staged at the Apollo Theatre in London, 1968. With, left to right: John Gielgud, Paul Eddington and Dorothy Reynolds and the boys of Albion House. © Romano Cagnoni
Forty Years On written by Alan Bennett, staged at the Apollo Theatre in London, 1968. With, left to right: Alan Bennett, Paul Eddington and John Gielgud. - Romano Cagnoni - 24-10-1968
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24-10-1968 Forty Years On written by Alan Bennett, staged at the Apollo Theatre in London, 1968. With, left to right: Alan Bennett, Paul Eddington and John Gielgud. © Romano Cagnoni
Harold Wilson speaking to lobby of BMC (later BL) car workers concerned abour sackings, Labour Party Conference 1968 - NLA - 06-10-1968
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06-10-1968 Harold Wilson speaking to lobby of BMC (later BL) car workers concerned abour sackings, Labour Party Conference 1968 © NLA
Dick Crossman MP, lobby of BMC (later BL) car workers concerned abour sackings, Labour Party Conference 1968 - NLA - 06-10-1968
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06-10-1968 Dick Crossman MP, lobby of BMC (later BL) car workers concerned abour sackings, Labour Party Conference 1968 © NLA
Tony Benn smoking his pipe, Labour Party Conference 1968 - NLA - 30-09-1968
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30-09-1968 Tony Benn smoking his pipe, Labour Party Conference 1968 © NLA
Barbara Castle speaking with George Brown listening, Labour Party Conference 1968 - NLA - 30-09-1968
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30-09-1968 Barbara Castle speaking with George Brown listening, Labour Party Conference 1968 © NLA
American Director Tom OHorgan with singer and actress Marsha Hunt in the musical HAIR, Shaftesbury Theatre London 1968. The opening night was delayed until the abolition of theatre censorship in Engla... - Barbara Hall - 22-09-1968
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22-09-1968 American Director Tom OHorgan with singer and actress Marsha Hunt in the musical HAIR, Shaftesbury Theatre London 1968. The opening night was delayed until the abolition of theatre censorship in Engla... © Barbara Hall
American Director Tom OHorgan the musical HAIR, Shaftesbury Theatre London 1968. The opening night was delayed until the abolition of theatre censorship in England under the Theatres Act 1968 so that... - Barbara Hall - 22-09-1968
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22-09-1968 American Director Tom OHorgan the musical HAIR, Shaftesbury Theatre London 1968. The opening night was delayed until the abolition of theatre censorship in England under the Theatres Act 1968 so that... © Barbara Hall
Morgan Crucibles, Battersea, South London, protest against factory closure and thousands of reduncancies. - NLA - 20-09-1968
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20-09-1968 Morgan Crucibles, Battersea, South London, protest against factory closure and thousands of reduncancies. © NLA
Greek actress Melina Mercouri speaking Free Greece from Military Junta protest Trafalgar Square London 1968 - NLA - 22-08-1968
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22-08-1968 Greek actress Melina Mercouri speaking Free Greece from Military Junta protest Trafalgar Square London 1968 © NLA
Jane Arden, feminist playwright, film director and poet, London 1968 - Romano Cagnoni - 11-08-1968
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11-08-1968 Jane Arden, feminist playwright, film director and poet, London 1968 © Romano Cagnoni
David Mercer, playwright, 1968, best known for his Trilogy The Generations and his screenplay for Morgan - A Suitable Case for Treatment, at home - NLA - 10-08-1968
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10-08-1968 David Mercer, playwright, 1968, best known for his Trilogy The Generations and his screenplay for Morgan - A Suitable Case for Treatment, at home © NLA
David Mercer, playwright, 1968, best known for his Trilogy The Generations and his screenplay for Morgan - A Suitable Case for Treatment, at home - NLA - 10-08-1968
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10-08-1968 David Mercer, playwright, 1968, best known for his Trilogy The Generations and his screenplay for Morgan - A Suitable Case for Treatment, at home © NLA
Journalist and Broadcaster, James Cameron, 1960s, London. .... - Romano Cagnoni - 08-08-1968
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08-08-1968 Journalist and Broadcaster, James Cameron, 1960s, London. .... © Romano Cagnoni
Journalist and Broadcaster, James Cameron, 1960s, London. .... - Romano Cagnoni - 08-08-1968
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08-08-1968 Journalist and Broadcaster, James Cameron, 1960s, London. .... © Romano Cagnoni
Journalist and Broadcaster, James Cameron, 1960s, London. .... - Romano Cagnoni - 08-08-1968
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08-08-1968 Journalist and Broadcaster, James Cameron, 1960s, London. .... © Romano Cagnoni
Supporters of Biafra protest against the British Government supplying arms to Nigeria during the Civil War, London, 1968 - Romano Cagnoni - 07-08-1968
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07-08-1968 Supporters of Biafra protest against the British Government supplying arms to Nigeria during the Civil War, London, 1968 © Romano Cagnoni
Supporters of Biafra protest against the British Government supplying arms to Nigeria during the Civil War, London, 1968 - Romano Cagnoni - 07-08-1968
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07-08-1968 Supporters of Biafra protest against the British Government supplying arms to Nigeria during the Civil War, London, 1968 © Romano Cagnoni
Supporters of Biafra protest against the British Government supplying arms to Nigeria during the Civil War, London, 1968 - Romano Cagnoni - 07-08-1968
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07-08-1968 Supporters of Biafra protest against the British Government supplying arms to Nigeria during the Civil War, London, 1968 © Romano Cagnoni
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