100 Years of London presents a visual record of London at its best and worst, from the armistice at the end of World War I through to the modern day. The story is told through 300 photographs from the Press Association's vast archives. Hand-picked by their own archivists, many of these pictures remained archived and unseen for years after they were first published in the newspapers and magazines of their day. Collected here in a new edition, they present an evocative and visual journey through the modern history that has made London the city it is today.
Mirrorpix is one of the world's largest photographic archives, representing over a century of photography from The Daily Mirror and her sister titles. Ammonite Press publishes illustrated reference, guide and gift books that bring the worlds of photography, history and pop culture into sharper focus. .