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image: St George, in full plate armour, on horseback facing left, driving his lance into the body of a winged dragon. text: BRITAIN NEEDS YOU AT ONCE PUBLISHED BY THE PARLIAMENTARY RECRUITING COMMITTEE, LONDON. POSTER No. 108. PRINTED BY SPOTTISWOODE AND Co. L.T.D. LONDON, E.C.

image: St George, in full plate armour, on horseback facing left, driving his lance into the body of a winged dragon. text: BRITAIN NEEDS YOU AT ONCE PUBLISHED BY THE PARLIAMENTARY RECRUITING COMMITTEE, LONDON. POSTER No. 108. PRINTED BY SPOTTISWOODE AND Co. L.T.D. LONDON, E.C.

19 Facts of British History....that you probably could have lived without BUT enjoy!

19 Facts of British History

19 Facts of British History....that you probably could have lived without BUT enjoy!

10 Authentic Historical Artifacts No One Can Explain

10 Authentic Historical Artifacts No One Can Explain

10 Authentic Historical Artifacts No One Can Explain - so many factual inaccuracies it's funny.

Listening to radio was a new experience in the early 1920s. Back then it was like watching TV. People would gather together and listen what's on the radio. This picture shows how it was. Classmates/friends  would hangout by gathering in one place and listening radio.

Sept. 29, 1920: Radio Goes Commercial

Listening to radio was a new experience in the early 1920s. Back then it was like watching TV. People would gather together and listen what's on the radio. This picture shows how it was. Classmates/friends would hangout by gathering in one place and listening radio.

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