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Amy Johnson broadcasting from Croydon Airport, 1930, (1933). Creator: Unknown
China meets Ceylon in London - Hsiao Ch ien and J. M. Tambimuttu, 1942 Creator: Unknown
Omoba Adenrele Ademola, daughter of Alake of Abeokuta, Nigeria, calls West Africa, 1942
People watching an early television broadcast, c1930, (1933). Creator: Unknown
Performers singing a duet in one of the studios of 2LO, Savoy Hill, London, 1923, (1935)
A family listening to the results of the general election of 1923, (1935). Creator: Unknown
John Logie Baird watching the first play to be televised, 14 July 1930, (1935). Creator: Unknown
King Faisal of Iraq listening to a broadcast prepared for his birthday by the BBC, 1942
H.M. King Haakon of Norway, 1942. Creator: Unknown
Mrs. Roosevelt came to see for herself the women of Britain at war, 1942. Creator: Unknown
H.R.H. the late Duke of Kent taking part in American Independence Day, 1942. Creator: Unknown
Workmen in an English inn listening to Mr. Churchill, 1942. Creator: Unknown
They also spoke and the Empire heard them, 1942 Creator: Unknown
He reads the news in Moroccan Arabic. A member of the Fighting French Army, 1942
H.M. The King of the Hellenes, 1942. Creator: Unknown
H.M. King Peter of Yugoslavia, 1942. Creator: Unknown
H.M. Queen Wilhelmina of the Netherlands, 1942. Creator: Unknown
Inside a German internment camp. Americans listen to London. 1942. Creator: Unknown
The Navys here. Cossacks rescue of British seamen from the Altmark. 1942 Creator: Unknown
At the Microphone in the U.S.A. 1943, (1945). Creator: Unknown
Stock policy by cash transaction issued in Barcelona in 1929, the document proves
Edward VIII giving his abdication broadcast to the nation and the Empire, 11th December 1936
Mr. Churchills V.E. Day Broadcast, 1945 (1955)
Keeping in touch with home from the White House, Washington, 1943, (1945)
Happiest announcement for five years. The Prime Minister broadcasts the glad news. V.E. Day was her
His Majesty Speaks to His Empire, 1937. Artist: BBC
Queen Mary (1867-1953) and Princess Margaret (1930-2002) on the occasion of King George Vs Silver J

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