It is the same location but everything we see in the archive picture has now gone and yet it is still within living memory
for many people.
Within living memory
we have gained the birth control pill, from all electrical outlets and on special offer at Argos.
Only eight Distinguished Flying Medals have been awarded since the Second World War, so scarcity and the stories behind them still being within living memory
has driven prices skyward.
Then something that has not happened within living memory
for the majority of people in this country suddenly explodes on the news.
Shameful in many ways for it was a defining moment in world history and within living memory
of so many.
e story is one that is still within living memory
and focuses on camaraderie and people from all walks of life pulling together.
Perhaps part of the explanation is that it is still within living memory
- and that the counterculture legacy has been consciously perpetuated locally.
But the Battle Of Cable Street, when London's East End Jews were forced to take a stand against Oswald Mosley's blackshirts, is within living memory
It was the first time within living memory
that a natural disaster had caused such a halt, a spokeswoman for NATS said.
THE extinction capital of the world, where nearly 300 species have vanished within living memory
In the 1950s, within living memory
of the Daily News reporters and editors and many of its readers, Halloween was still in the province of the kids.
Stone age technology was actively used within living memory
of the people here.