History Revealed - - SNAPSHOTS -

They or do even with may boats, empty not have but bath­tubs these the Thames, from young­sters out­side a full make crew a builders merchants in West Lon­don as they act out the Boat Race. It’s un­cer­tain who won, but the next day, on 27 March 1971, the real gut-bust­ing con­test be­tween the crews of Ox­ford and Cam­bridge took place. It wasn’t as close as this one – on the water, both the men and women of Cam­bridge glided to vic­tory.

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