|Woodhenge, as discovered in an aerial photograph taken by G. M. Insall in 1923. Source.|
|I don't know whether Indonesian independence wasn't photographed, or whether the photographs haven't been curated. Source.|
|No comment. Source.|
|The mistress of the capital controversy was a flapper once, and young.|
|Scapegoat is in the centre|
|Actual Americans seem to have plans, though.|
|Jesus sees you debasing the currency. Jan Sander van Hemessen, 1536.|
|Fairey Spearfish: a single engined plane with an all up weight of 21,642lbs. Seems reasonable.|
|Basically all the memes of the Atomic Age had emerged by the middle of October of 1945|
|"Fairey p24" by Aeroplanepix - Own work. Licensed under CC BY-SA 3.0 via Commons - https://commons.wikimedia.org/wiki/File:Fairey_p24.jpg#/media/File:Fairey_p24.jpg|
|Seafang. needs more prop.|
|Sgt. Williams. Source.|
|Because the game is set in a giant underground fallout shelter complex? Or because "Bennet" and "paranoia."|
|Good time to be a gear manufacturer.|
|Air Vice-Marshal Sir Philip Game, modelling for David Low|
, while the authors make the argument that old-fashioned carbon-dioxide extinguishers really are good enough.
|Just to underline:that's an overhead gasoline main, which has cracked open and caught fire. All in a day's work.|
|Lockheed Harpoon. It's odd that it would be coming off the secret list in late 1945.|
A static test model of the Hughes F-11 reconnaissance aircarrft is now available to the air force. Noorduyn’s contract for Harvard trainers has been cancelled b the Canadian government. Canadair’s contract for DC-4s might be continued, and Trans-Canada is bguying seven “new” Douglas DC-3s for short runs in Ontario and Quebec.
|Canadair Northstar. "Reliable, but loud."|
|Tourists flying down to Mexico? Oh, Blaine, you wild-eyed visionary, you.|
|Wouldn't this look nice in your living room, radaring the thing that needs radaring?|
So what will this industry do? Uncle George, can, of course, pat himself on the back over the last five years. His Western Electric buy alone. . . The question is whether our gains have already been realised, or should we go long in the hope that radar really takes off, or that reconversion will benefit existing players. This has not been the case during the war, as new radar equipment has typically called in new competitors. Being in radar has so far conferred no advantage on companies seeking to get into new areas of radar!
|I am repeatedly flabbergasted at how many everyday business niches came open in the postwar era.|
Simon Liberman, Building Lenin’s Russia Thrown out of the country by the Cheka, Liberman remains a “Russian patriot,” and hopes that the Soviet dictatorship will give way to real democracy.