Terence Stamp

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Terence Stamp

by Johnny Dewe-Mathews
colour print on card mount, February 1974
9 3/8 in. x 6 3/4 in. (239 mm x 173 mm)
Given by Johnny Dewe-Mathews, 1974
Photographs Collection
NPG x26549

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  • Johnny Dewe-Mathews (1946-), Photographer; draughtsman; painter. Artist or producer of 27 portraits, Sitter in 1 portrait.

Events of 1974back to top

Current affairs

28 people are killed and hundreds injured in the IRA pub bombings. Two pubs in Guilford popular with army personnel were attacked with gelignite bombs, followed by a pub in Woolwich and then two in Birmingham. 17 people, known as the Guilford Four, the Maguire Seven and the Birmingham Six, were arrested for the bombing but all were eventually found to have been wrongfully imprisoned.

Art and science

John Le Carré publishes his classic spy thriller, Tinker, Tailor, Soldier, Spy. The novel was later made into a BBC miniseries starring Alec Guinness.

International

A one party communist state is established in Ethiopia after a committee of military officers known as the Derg depose Halie Selassie from power.
Greek Cypriot officers depose President Archbishop Makarios III in a coup d'etat sponsored by the Greek Government. Taking advantage of the situation, Turkey sent troops to occupy half the island, proclaiming the Turkish Federal State of Cyprus the following year.

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