The Geography of Space Exploration: Britain in the Pre-Space Age

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The Bombardment of For McHenry as painted by John Bower approx 1819. (Library of Congress)
Buildings in East London destroyed by V2 rockets, March 1945 (Imperial War Museum, Public Domain)
Leslie Carr’s 1951 painting of a Martian Base for Clarke’s book The Sands of Mars (Carr 1951, Public Domain digital reproduction)

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