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We thought, 'This is happening in the streets,' and we wanted to bring it to the stage.

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Also at this event, Timothy Leary voiced his phrase, "turn on, tune in, drop out", that persisted throughout the Summer of Love. A new concept of celebrations beneath the human underground must emerge, become conscious, and be shared, so a revolution can be formed with a renaissance of compassion, awareness, and love, and the revelation of unity for all mankind. The gathering of approximately 30, like-minded people made the Human Be-In the first event that confirmed there was a viable hippie scene. The term "Summer of Love" originated with the formation of the Council for the Summer of Love in the spring of as response to the convergence of young people on the Haight-Ashbury district.

The Council was composed of The Family Dog, The Straight Theatre, The Diggers, The San Francisco Oracle, and approximately twenty-five other people, who sought to alleviate some of the problems anticipated from the influx of people expected in the summer. The Council also supported the Free Clinic and organized housing, food, sanitation, music and arts, along with maintaining coordination with local churches and other social groups to fill in as needed, a practice that continues today. Director: Michelangelo Antonioni.

The Forsyte family live a more than pleasant upper middle class life in Victorian and later Edwardian England. Thorpe took Liberals to brink of coalition government but resigned as party leader in after being accused of conspiracy to murder. Intended to accommodate the overspill population from London — some 50 miles away — it would become Britain's largest new town, with the area's population multiplying during the s and s.

He met The Queen on 9 February. No immediate arrests are made, but Richards, fellow band member Mick Jagger and art dealer Robert Fraser were later charged with possession of drugs. It was also the first year of a one-match final in the competition, the previous six finals having been two-legged affairs.

He was taken to hospital suffering burns to his hands. It later fell into the hands of his record company managed by James Wright. Pete Townshend smashed his guitar up and put the neck into the amp.

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Jimi was annoyed at this and asked for some lighter fuel. At the time of the stunt Hendrix was a big star in Britain but still relatively unknown in the States. The guitar is in relatively good condition aside from a few chips and scratches. It is 42 years since the man widely considered to be the greatest electric guitarist in history died in London aged They leave 7 April, accusing British authorities of lack of cooperation. The British said the delegation did not contact them.

The first motorway project of the year was completed when the elevated motorway section of the A57 road was officially opened by Harold Wilson to form a by-pass around the south of Manchester city area. The M1 was also being expanded this month from both termini, meaning that there would now be an unbroken motorway link between North London and South Yorkshire. Pepper's Lonely Hearts Club Band, one of rock's most acclaimed albums.

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His bandmate Mick Jagger was sentenced to three months for the same offence. A full colour service other than news programmes began on BBC2 on 2 December. Bungert to win the Gentlemen's Singles championship. The matches are also the first to be broadcast in colour.

Australia and the United States do not approve. As of August this record remains. October — St Pancras railway station in London was made a Grade I listed building, regarded as a landmark in the appreciation of Victorian architecture. Prime minister Harold Wilson defended this decision, assuring voters that it will tackle the "root cause" of the nation's economic problems.

It would still be running more than forty years later. It was also photographed later on route by Brian Hall at Scunthorpe Station. Otford [OTF] Eynsford [EYN] Catford [CTF] Brixton [BRX] Kensal Rise [KNR] Brondesbury [BSY] Holloway South Jn Harringay [HGY] Potters Bar [PBR] Hatfield [HAT] Woolmer Green Jn Knebworth [KBW] Hitchin [HIT] Arlesey [ARL] Sandy [SDY] St Neots [SNO] Claypole Loop Retford [RET] Adwick [AWK] Carcroft Junction Skellow Junction Crowle [CWE] The main reason for being out today at all after a somewhat mid-week lethargic response to goings on track-side though there were other things to attend too which demanded attention; so escape came today.

On the short convoy is nicely turned out BR livery 'ScotRail' class 47, , initially named 'Lady Diana Spencer', but that has changed several times over its almost 35 year life; see below. Finally at the rear, in original BR two-tone chrome green livery, class 47, The set, colourful in itself, is today passing through rather dull and drab conditions to the north of Masbrough Station at Thornhill and although running to time here, the set was due to wait for around 30 minutes at Barrow Hill for some reason but lost 15 minutes on that timing. SOme information regarding all three locomotives is given below-.

Une mise en valeur exceptionnelle et une initiative exemplaire.. Dundee,Scotland is the fouthe-largest city in Scotland and the most settement in the United Kingdom.

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It lies within the eastern central Lowlands on the north bank of the Firth of Tay,which feeds into the North Sea. Under the name of Dundee City,it forms one of the 32 council areas used for local government in Scotland. The town developed into a burgh in the Midieval times,and expanded rapidly in the 19th century largely due to the jute industry. This along with its other major industries gave Dundee its epithet as the city of "jute,jam,and journalism". The population of the City of Dundee was estimated to be , Dundee's recorded population reached a peak of , at the time census,but ha since declined.

While earlier evidence for human occupation is abundant,the source of Dundee's success and growth as a seaport town arguably came as a result of King William I of Scotland or known as King William the Lion of Scotland's charter,granting Dundee to his younger brother,Divid of Scotland later David of Scotland Earl of Huntingdon in the late 12th century. The situation of the town it promotion by David of Scotland Earl of Huntingdon as a trading center,led to a period of prosperity and growth.

The earldom was passed down to David of Scoland's descendants amongst whom was John Balliol,the town becoming a Royal Burgh on the coronation of John as the King of Scotland in The original Royal Burghal chaters were lost during the occupation and subsequently renewed by Kingrobert the Bruce in The burgh suffered considerably during the conflict known as the Rough Wooing of ,and was occupied by the English forces of Sir Andrew Dudley from In unable to defend the town against an advancing Scottish force,Sir Andrew Dudley ordered that the town be burnt to the ground.

The town was finally destroyed by Parliamentarian forces,led by George Monck 1st Duke of Albemarle in The town played a pivotal role in the establishment of the Jacobitism cause when John Graham of Claverhouse 1st Viscount Dundee raised the House of Stuart standard on the Dundee Law in The enconomy of the midieval Dundee centered on the export of raw wool,with the production of finished textiles being a rection to recession in the 15th century. The introduction of two government acts in the mid eighteenth century had a profound effect on Dundee's industrail success.

The textile industry was revolutionised by the introduction of large four-storey mills,stimulated in part by the Bounty Act which provided a government-funded subsidy on Osnaburg linen produced for export. Expansion of the whaling industry was triggered by the second Bounty Act,introduced in to increase Great Britain's maritime and naval skillbase.

Dundee ans Scotland more generally,saw rapid population increase at the end of the 18th century and begining of the 19th century,with the city's population increasing from 12, in to 30, in The phasing out of the linen export bounty between and stimulated demand for cheaper textiles,particularly for the production of cheaper,tough fabrics. The discovery that the dry fibers of jute could be lubricated with whale oil of which Dundee had surfeit,following the opening of its gasworks to allow it to be processed in mechanised mills resulted the Dundee mills rapidly converting from linen to jute,which sold at quater of the price of flax.

Interruption of Prussian Germany flax imports during the Crimean War and of cotton during the American Civil War resulted in a period of inflated prosperity for Dundee and the jute industry dominated Dundee throughout the latter half of the 19th century. Unprecedented immigration,notably of Irish workers,led to accelerated urban expansion,and at the height of the industry's success,Dundee supported 62 jute mills,employing some 50, workers. The rise of the textile industries brought with its an expansion of supporting industries,and extensive development of the waterfront area started in to cope with increased demand on port capacity.

This ship is now on display at Discovery Point in the city. A significant whaling industry was based in Dundee largely existing to supply the jute mills with whale oil. Whaling ceased in and shipbuilding ceased in While the city's economy was dominate by the Jute industry,it also became known for smaller industries.

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Most notable among thes were James Keiller's and Sons,established in Dundee was said to be built on the 'three Js'. The town was also the location of one of the worst rail disasters in British history,the Tay Bridge disaster. The first Tay Ray Bridge was opened in It collapsed less than a year later during a storm,as a passenger train passed over it,resulted in the loss of 75 lives. The most destructive five in the city's history came in ,reportedly sending "rivers of burning scotch whiskey" through the street. The jute industry fell into decline in the early 20th century,partly due to reduced demand for jute products and partly due to inability to compete with the emerging industry in Calcutta,India.

This give rise to unemployment levels far in excess of the national average,peaking the inter-war period,but major recovery was seen in the post-war period,thanks to the arrival first of American light engineering companies like Timex and NCR,and subsequent expansion into microeletronics. This was formed in ,implementing boundaries imposed in the Local Government Scotland Act Under these boundaries,the Angus Burgh and District of Monifieth,and the Perth electoral division of Longforgan which included Invergowrie were annexed to the county of the city of Dundee.

In ,Dundee City unitary authority was created following implementation of the Local Government ect. Scotland Act This placed Monifieth and Invergowrie in the unitary authorities of Angus and Perth and Kinross,largely reinstating the pre county boundaries. Some controversy has ensued as a result of these boundary changes,with Dundee city councillors arguing for the return of Monifieth and Invergowrie.

Dunee is on of 32 council areas of Scotlan,and is repesented by the Dundee City Council-local authority composed of 29 elected councillors. Previously the city was a county of the city and later a district of the Tayside region. Council meetings take place in the City Chambers,which opened in in City Square.

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The civic head and chair of the council is known as the Lord Provost,a position similar to that of mayor in other cities. Dundee House,the new headquarters for the city council on North Lindsay Street. This has replaced Tayside House which is to be demolished as part of the Dundee Waterfront improvements.

The council was controlled by a minority coalition of Labor Party and Liberal Memocrat Party of 12 councillors,with the support of the Conservative Party who had five. Elections of the council are on a four year cycle,the most recent. Previously,Councillors were elected from single-member wards by the first past the post system of election,although this changed election,due to the Local Governance Scotland.

Eight new multi-member wards were introduced,each electing three or four councillors by single transferable vote,to produce a form of proportional representation. For election to the British House of Commons at Palace of Westinster,the city area and portions of the Angus council area are divided in two constituencies. For elections to the Scottish Parliament at Holyrood,the city area is divided between three constituencies.

The Angus South Holyrood constituency includes north-eastern and north-western portion of the city area. Dundee is also part of the pan-Scottish European constituency which elects seven Member of the European Parliament MEP using the D'Hondt method of party-list proportional representation.

The city lies The built-up area occupies a roughly retangular shape 8. The town is bisected by a line of hills streching from Balgay Hill elevation of meters The western boundary and eastern boundary of the city are marked by two burns that are tributaries of the River Tay.

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On the western-most boundary of the city,the Lochee burn meets the Fowlis burn,forming the Invergowrie burn,which meets the River Tay at Invergowrie basin. The Dighty Water enters Dundee from the village of Strathmartine and marks the boundaries of a number of northern districs of the cityyjoining the River Tay between Barnhill and Monifieth. The Scouring burn in the west end of the city and Dens Burn in the east,botyh of which played important roles in the industrial development of the city,have now been culverted over. To the east of the city,in Craigie and Broughty Ferry,the bedrock geology is of extrusive rock,including mafic lava and tuff.

The land surrounding Dundee,particularly that in the lower lying areas of the West and East of the city bears high quality soil that is particularly suitable for areble farming. It is predominantly of a brown forest soil type with some gleying ,the lower parts being formed from raised beach sand and gravels derived from Old Red Sandstone and lavas.