Kenyan statesman Jomo Kenyatta (1891 - 1978) attends the first Pan-African Congress in Manchester. After a spell in prison for his alleged leadership of the Mau Mau Rebellion, Kenyatta became the first president of the Republic Kenya in 1964. Original Publication: Picture Post - 3024 - Africa Speaks in Manchester - pub. 1945
Australian physicist Sir Mark Oliphant, one of the architects of the atomic bomb, in his office at the Nuffield research Laboratories, Birmingham University. Original Publication: Picture Post - 3008 - An Atomic Plan For Britain - pub. 1945
Humanitarian and widow of President Franklin Delano Roosevelt, Eleanor Roosevelt and grandchildren Chandler Roosevelt (left), Bill Crawford, David Roosevelt (being carried) and Elliott Roosevelt (holding the late President Franklin D Roosevelt's pet dog on a lead).
Colonel James Stewart (1908 - 1997), an American film star serving in the US army leaves Southampton on board the Cunard liner Queen Elizabeth, bound for home. With him are 16,000 US servicemen returning to America after World War II.
Sir John Anderson (1882 - 1958) in discussion with military commentator Major Lewis Hastings. Anderson, born in Eskbank, Midlothian, studied in Edinburgh and Leipzig before entering politics by taking a job at the colonial office. Anderson was Home Secretary and Minister of Home Security between 1939 and 1940 and the Anderson air raid shelter was named after him. He served as Chancellor of the Exchequer from 1943, when he introduced the 'pay-as-you-earn' system of taxation, and was created 1st Viscount Waverley in 1952. Original Publication: Picture Post - 2071 - Mankind And The Atom Bomb - pub. 1945