C Saville, Chief Salesman at Berkeley Square, London Showrooms. Continue reading “C Saville – Berkeley Square”
After its first flight on the 25th November, 1940, the de Havilland Continue reading “Mosquito Makers”Mosquito was immediately adopted as a high-flying, ultra-long range, photographic reconnaissance machine, and with rather more reluctance as an unarmed bomber, by Royal Air Force Bomber Command.
A fantastic photo dating back to 1938/39, showing the Standard Triumph works Rugby team. Continue reading “Rugby Team”
Mr R. B. Cole has been appointed a director of Standard Motor Co. Ltd. Continue reading “R. B. Cole – Director”
AN EX-CHINDIT, Lance-Corporal Joseph Young, of the South Staffordshire Regiment, whose home address is 11, Whalers Croft, Radford, Coventry, was invested with the D.C.M. by the King at Buckingham Palace, yesterday. Continue reading “Joseph Young – Finishing Dept”
With thanks again to John Macartney for this fantastic photo from the Standard Works Staff Ball in 1933.
Continue reading “Staff Ball”