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supapapa
What is the meaning of the many Vinegar Hills around the country?
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chanel5
With the centenary of the Battle of the Somme, and the interest in WW!, I have been thinking a lot about my Grandmother, and thought I would tell you this sad little story. No one I know is interested...
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Marshwarble
Not now specifically, the 1970s...
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mjandrews96
I used to have a london information website which was very informative about museums walks parks etc. this had a section on it called london links, I t te when I had my computer overhauled, could...
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pipdawg
I recently watched a documentary about the extremely handsome and dashing Prince William of Gloucester (born 18th December 1941). He sadly died piloting his own light aircraft in 1972 at the age of...
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ToraToraTora
There was a pub I went in that still quoted the prices in £.S.D., anyone remember it and where it was?...
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Aperio
How much did Britain's scientific achievements during the 1700-1900 period contribute to it's greatness?
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HongKongphooey
I have a handwritten note and Autograph of HM Queen Mary of Teck (GeorgeV's wife) on a photographed postcard of Queen Mary. It was given to a relative of mine who was in the Army during the WW11, so...
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Bazile
Watching a program on the telly last night I did not know, that i did not know, that the above ship , with it's deadly cargo was lying just off the coast of Sheppey . Did you ?...
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johnny37
Dont know where to post this but what a fabulous show Brexit are putting on at St Pauls at the moment.
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Gizmonster
I might be missing something here, but I always thought that the Great War was WWI and was 1914 - 1918. So when I went for a walk through a village called Barley, earlier today, I was a bit confused...
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iansterling
Why do we have 3 lions on the English Crest. ( sorry if I'm being ignorant)...
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oneinam
what was This collaboration between Pétain & thé Nazis called du ring WW2...
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EDDIE51
A quiz on famous British Icons , how many do you know ? I got 44 out of 45 which it says puts me in the top 2% of the population...
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naomi24
I've never heard of this. Has anyone else? http://www.bbc.co.uk/news/magazine-35815747...
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naomi24
Mary Beard in her documentary on the history of Rome said that the assassination of Julius Caesar is the most famous political assassination in history. I’m not so sure. Lincoln was the first that...
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yrneh
hello from henry i sent back a windows 7 recovery disc which was faulty got an email from seller he got the disc but the coa sticker was missing do not remmember seeing it so i will not get a refund...
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Booldawg
Why is voting day always a Thursday? Is there some historical reason?
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magda
What is agrimomesie--please?...
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dozyrozy
Still trying!!!! 1.Familiar name for an elastic sided boot (6) 2.My uncle's wife, who suffers from vertigo (no numbers) Many thanks...

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