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AN ANGLO ITALIAN TRIUMPH T. Nuvolari, the Italian crack racing driver, being congratulated by his wife after a great victory in the International Tourist Trophy Race over the Ards Circuit, Belfast The winner, who was driving a British car for the first time in his life, complete
9 September 1933 - The Sphere - London, London, England
 
THE NAZIS AT NUREMBERG: M. Daladier Returns to Paris

THE NAZIS AT NUREMBERG: M. Daladier Returns to Paris

The Nazis at Nuremberg M. Daladier Returns to Paris THE SECURITY OF FRANCE: The French Premier, M. Daladier, who has been making a tour of Eastern France where he has been inspecting the frontier defence arrangements, seen (in flying suit) at Le Bourget. He is being greeted by M.
9 September 1933 - The Sphere - London, London, England
 
DROUGHT IN ENGLAND: FLOODS IN THE U.S.A.

DROUGHT IN ENGLAND: FLOODS IN THE U.S.A.

DROUGHT IN ENGLAND FLOODS IN THE U.S.A. LOW TIDE A general view of the Barnsley Reservoir, near Langsett, Yorkshire, where the recent drought has resulted in a 30-ft. drop in the water level THE DROUGHT IN CHESHIRE: When this picture was taken Macclesfield had less than a fortnig
9 September 1933 - The Sphere - London, London, England
 
PHYSICAL GRACE: In Action and Repose

PHYSICAL GRACE: In Action and Repose

PHYSICAL GRACE In Action and Repose THE JAVELIN THROWER Herr Doederlein, the young German film star, displays his skill at a Berlin sports meeting AT THE FIFTEENTH STUTTGART GAMES O Herr Frey-Kreuznach gives a demonstration on the parallel bars o PUTTING THE WEIGHT Fraulein Hilde
9 September 1933 - The Sphere - London, London, England
 
ACTIVITY IN THE SHIPPING WORLD: Signs of Trade Revival in the North

ACTIVITY IN THE SHIPPING WORLD: Signs of Trade Revival in the North

ACTIVITY IN THE SHIPPING WORLD Signs of Trade Revival in the North AN OUTLET TO THE CONTINENT Extensive additions and improvements are now being made to give further accommodation at Harwich Quay. A new wall of reinforced concrete (146 ft. wide and 1,200 ft. long) will provide th
9 September 1933 - The Sphere - London, London, England
 

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LONDON RE-DISCOVERED

LONDON RE-DISCOVERED

London Re-discovered L' !T JjPM 1 Ji OOM PAYING FOR A VIEW: In order to build an approach worthy of the new home which Sir Edwin Lutyens has designed for Mrs. Guy Liddell, her father (Lord Revelstoke) is sacrificing many thousands of pounds by demolishing old shop property near C
9 September 1933 - The Sphere - London, London, England
 
SAVING LIFE IN THE MOUNTAINS

SAVING LIFE IN THE MOUNTAINS

SA VING LIFE IN rHE MOUNTAINS How the German-Austrian Alpine Club Stations for Keeping in Touch With, and Dir Wganizes it s Transmitting and Receiving ting Search Parties Engaged on Rescue Work 'T^he recent tragic accident on the Piz Roseg, which resulted in the deaths of four Et
9 September 1933 - The Sphere - London, London, England
 
NEW TOWN-PLANNING SCHEMES: In Being and Projected

NEW TOWN-PLANNING SCHEMES: In Being and Projected

In Being and P ro jecf ed initially of some twenty-five thou sand £.275 houses, each town ac commodating a total population of 125,000 people. The system of transport Mr. Boot proposes to use for linking-up the new areas is that of the Railplane." Here speed and cheapness, as wel
9 September 1933 - The Sphere - London, London, England
 
THE WORLD'S LARGEST SLATE MINE: Down the Famous Oakeley Pit at Blaenau Festiniog with

THE WORLD'S LARGEST SLATE MINE: Down the Famous Oakeley Pit at Blaenau Festiniog with

T he World's Largest V Slate Mine Down tLe Famous Oakeley k Pit at Blaenau Festiniog with m CHARLES GRAVES The road wound higher and higher through the thin mountainy drizzle. At last the white gates of which we had been told came into view and there in front of us was a desolati
9 September 1933 - The Sphere - London, London, England
 
SLATE QUARRYING AT BLAENAU FESTINIOG

SLATE QUARRYING AT BLAENAU FESTINIOG

Slate Quarrying at Blaenau Festiniog DETACHING A BLOCK OF WORKABLE SLATE FROM AN OPEN QUARRY FACE: A hole is first drilled at right angles to the cleavage plane of the slate and is then filled with 2 lb. or 3 lb. of gunpowder. After ignition the resulting explosion splits the roc
9 September 1933 - The Sphere - London, London, England