National Geographic : 1941 Jan
The National Geographic Magazine 1 CastleGreat Hall -2West Gate -3High Street -4TheGuildhalL -5River Itchern 6 WinchesterCathedral (oftheHoly Trinity) -7Winchester (St.Marys College -8St.Giles Hill :-.7<\ -- ?-*.- THE IEAST PROSPECT OrTE CITY OF WInrCHE ssr Lolndot "ratyI hReading* Windsor /'esea 'RnPutney Gravesend Communication b and the Admiralt etween H.M.shiy,before theda electricity, was by means ofac of visual signal stations with teles Salisbury. Telegraph ChilcombeHill HAMPSHIR Southampton* ._.xJ .,s IsleofWight River Thames Margate "psCabbage Hill*Croydon Chatham Ramsgate ysofO>Ntlev (Naval Base) *"ndw hsof8haai Heath BeKENTerbury copes Hasobe Before England hadanavy, the-Shistoric Cinque Ports (underlined) Folkestone Dover "Black Down were dchared with theduty ofHyi.thei*_ "providing hipsandmenagainst Beacon Hillpossible invasion .Rye Romney Calais ,susSEX-"Napoleon prepared tosouth, SEWncTheisea 'invad ase)Lewes Hasting invade England in1801, *Chichester .*"Thelastsuccessful invasion saying," Letsbemasters-Brig. -es"ofEngland wasmade -oftheChannel forsixNeere byWamthehours andwearemasters EastConqueror in1066 oftheworld" *e.:204:::::-::Statute :Mils Prepared byC.E.R. WinchesterLies inHampshire, not Far from the Harassed Channel Coast England's first capital, famous foritsbigCathedral and Norman castle, hasnotchanged much since the old engraving above was made in1812. Winchester still fitsthedescriptions byThomas Hardy inTess of the D'Urbervilles.Here was founded in1382 England's first public school, Winchester College. Now the town swarms with refugee children from London. The print isreproduced from England inPicture, Song and Story (D.Appleton-Century Co.) through thecourtesy ofitsauthor, Dr.J.W.Cunliffe.