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Field service postcard "The soldiers would tick the appropriate message but they could not write any personal details or they would become null and void and not be sent. A form of censorship but also as many private soldiers would have been illiterate, it was a way of sending a message home."

Field service postcard "The soldiers would tick the appropriate message but they could not write any personal details or they would become null and void and not be sent. A form of censorship but also as many private soldiers would have been illiterate, it was a way of sending a message home."

WW1 Ration book. William Knott 1918

WW1 Ration book. William Knott 1918

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World War II rationing book.My mother saved each of our last ration books. Even though I was born in Oct of 1941 I had one and what was not used I still have.

War Ration Book: "If you don't need out, don't buy it!"

"IF YOU DON'T NEED IT, DON'T BUY IT" Instructions on the back of each ration book reminded people not to lose it and asked them to “give your whole support to rationing and thereby conserve our vital goods… If you don’t need it, don’t buy it!

Flying machine

Flying Machine Takes to The Air Art Print- The Wright Brothers make their Flight 1903

An SOS telegram from the Titanic.

The last wireless message sent by Titanic’s radio operator, Jack Phillips, advising that the ship is “sinking fast” and passengers are being put into lifeboats. See more photos from the book,Titanic:.

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