Liverpool footballers Ian St. John, Ron Yeats, and Billy Liddell perform a tribute to the Beatles on Ken Dodd’s (centre) Christmas Show.

"A British combined services police patrol in Crater, Aden during the ‘Emergency’, c. 1965-6. Lance Corporal Vivienne McCoy of 28 Independent Company, Women’s Royal Army Corps with Leading Patrolman James Field, Royal Navy and Lance Corporal Shawn Westrip, Royal Military Police."

Liverpool FC coach Bob Paisley carries injured full back Emlyn ‘Crazy Horse’ Hughes off the pitch, 1968

“In a match against Nottingham Forest, Liverpool’s Ian St. John (left) clears the ball in a flurry of snow, February 1969.”

"Peacekeeping duties in British Guiana. A patrol of 1st Lancashire Fusiliers set out in canoes from their base in the jungle, watched by a group of Amer-Indian children from the bank. The Lancashire Fusiliers spent nine months in British Guiana in 1965. The deployment was the result of repeated civil unrest and violence caused by ethnic conflict between the African and Asian populations during the early 1960s."


Neil Armstrong, the first man to walk on the moon, Buzz Aldrin and Michael Collins receive a ticker-tape parade in New York City. Mayor John Lindsay waves to the crowd from the limo. August 13, 1969.

Neil Armstrong, the first man to walk on the moon, Buzz Aldrin and Michael Collins receive a ticker-tape parade in New York City. Mayor John Lindsay waves to the crowd from the limo. August 13, 1969.

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