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Discussion in 'The Rumble Strip' started by Liquid, Nov 20, 2014.
The Duty Armband
Between 1830-1968, all uniformed police officers of the lowest and second-lowest ranks Constable and Sergeant in British police forces were required to wear a duty armband. The practice was introduced because at the time officers were expected to wear their uniforms at all times. Wearing the armband indicated that they were indeed "on duty".
The armband was vertical blue and white, or black and white and later red and white, stripes worn over the left forearm of an officer's tunic. Sergeants also wore one on their right forearm as an extended part of their rank insignia.
Officers of the rank Inspector and above were not required to wear the duty armband.
Aston Villa vs Liverpool (1907)
Villa Park, Birmingham
Standing room only.
Barber shop, California, 1918
Some Then & Now pictures I made of Bratislava, the city where I live. I thought I would do something interesting during my covid sanity strolls.
This is the first and oldest photograph of Bratislava, taken in 1841.
The partial destruction of the Old Town after WW2 was disgusting. Such a rich legacy of buildings, lives and culture was totally obliterated.
No prizes for guessing which dictator is holding the binoculars.
Those are some amazing pictures!
And, no, war is NEVER a good thing.
And we are headed towards another.
here's a Nome now and then
a pic from the 1974 flood in Nome
and a pic I took in 2012
then and now pt 2
yes, there are bandages inside
The best way to keep them!