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View of the starboard side of the stern of the Royal Navy E-class submarine E35 on the slipway furring construction at John Brown & Co shipyard, Clydebank showing the propellers, rudder and aft starboard hydroplane.
Winston Churchill at the Siegfried Line, 1945
Photograph of Field Marshal Sir Alan Brooke, Field Marshal Montgomery, Prime Minister Winston Churchill and General Simpson of US 9th Army amongst the 'Dragon's Teeth' tank defences of the Siegfried Line.
The Canadian Pacific Line liners Montcalm & Montclare in dock
Photograph of the Canadian Pacific Line liners Montcalm and Montclare in dock taken from above from a crane.
Last meeting of the first Scottish Parliament
Minutes of the last meeting of the old Scottish Parliament prior to the 1707 Union with England.
View of the starboard side of the Royal Navy Queen Elizabeth Class Battleship HMS Barham berthed in the fitting-out basin at John Brown & Co., Clydebank, with work progressing on the conning tower and painters painting the side armour belt.
View of the midship area of the Royal Navy Renown-Class battlecruiser HMS Repulse in the fitting-out basin at John Brown & Co. shipyard, Clydebank, showing the main mast, forecastle deck and the aft barbette.
Landing in Normandy, 6 June 1944
Photograph of British soldiers landing on the Normandy coast on D-Day. Photograph taken by British Army Film Unit and acclaimed by the American press as "the war's greatest picture".
Royal visit to Cowdenbeath, 1948
Photograph of royal party, Princess Margaret, King George VI, and Queen Elizabeth, examining a piece of machinery, possibly a coal cutter, in the workshops at Cowdenbeath Colliery. Dr William Reid, National Coal Board Scottish Area Chairman, is on the right.
RMS Queen Elizabeth
Construction of RMS Queen Elizabeth at John Brown and Company shipyard, Clydebank, showing first smoke from fore funnel.