Timeline of The Space Race - Wiki Article
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Cholera belt

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Cholera belt

Description: A design for a 'Cholera belt', whose purpose was to prevent the wearer catching Cholera.
Date: 1882
Our catalogue reference: BT 45/30 (65
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The robber is a tradesman who, from economics or other motivation, chooses a trade with greater rewards and dangers th
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