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Images Dated 12th November 2015

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The gypsies are leaving their hundred year old settlement on Hurtwood Hill in Surrey Featured 12 Nov 2015 Print

The gypsies are leaving their hundred year old settlement on Hurtwood Hill in Surrey

The gypsies are leaving their hundred year old settlement on Hurtwood Hill in Surrey . They lived in huts, caravans and benders ( huts with branches bent over and covered with sacks ) - but now they are forsaking their picturesque homes and many of them are moving into corrugated iron bungalows at West Walton provided by the Surrey Council as alternative accomodation .
In their new homes, the gypsies will discard their Romany customs and follow the ways of civilisation .
Photo shows ; A gypsy family bringing logs to make bass brooms outside their bender at the Hurtwood Hill encampment .
11 January 1934
30s, 30's, 1930s, 1930's, thirties, nineteen thirties Travellers Romany Gypsy Gipsy gypsies Roma. social history

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Sax
Sax
Lechithin Tablets/ weight / scales / diet / dieter Featured 12 Nov 2015 Print

Lechithin Tablets/ weight / scales / diet / dieter

Lechithin Tablets/ weight / scales / diet / dieter. Usually paying little or no attention to political correctness, Sax cartoons are often saucy and irreverent, often a sly look at gender relations, marriage, men, women, drinking, restaurants, family life, health, flirting, adultery, neighbours.... Funny, bawdy, rude, skillfully executed by a gifted cartoonist his images have tremendous energy and are easy to "get" the joke. humour, funny, naughty

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Polish Gipsy King died after being shot Featured 12 Nov 2015 Print

Polish Gipsy King died after being shot

Polish Gipsy King died after being shot .
Minister in Law and Niece arrested .
Gipsies all over the world are mourning for Matejasz Kwick, who was known as The Gipsy Baron and was recognised by 30, 000 Polish gipsies as the King . Among them his word was law .
Baron Kwick died in hospital at Warsaw after having been shot in a scuffle at his shack in a Warsaw suburb .
His sister in law and her 15 year old daughter have been arrested for causing his revolver to go off, and three brothers are being questioned by the police . Kwick has refused permission for his niece to be married on the ground that she was too young .
Police fear that there may be still more bloodshed before a conflict over ther succession is settled .
Photo shows, Matejasz Kiwick, murdered Gipsy Baron .
29 March 1937 Travellers Romany Gypsy Gipsy gypsies Roma. social history

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