1946: A worker at the Glen Mohr whisky distillery in Inverness inspecting one of the copper stills where alcohol is extracted from waste grain pulp. Scottish whisky is first mentioned in 15th-century records and used to be known by its Gaelic name 'uisge beatha', which means water of life. Today's popular blended whiskies were developed in distilleries during the 1860s. (Photo by Chris Ware/Keystone Features/Getty Images)
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Chris Ware / Stringer
January 01, 1946
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