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SCOTTYBOY22
hi folks can any one help with this ditloid its got to do with the gfreat fire of london in 1666 311 s in t m cheers
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Westie2
24d. Liberal admitted to good Scottish society (5) g.i.d
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Tarser
I've been trying to get a basic picture of all the invasions that led to the development of English/British culture and history. I find it very complicated and would like to ask something at the end...
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malagabob
Anyone have any info on what this old building is/was in Dumfries. It's on the opposite bank of the Nith river to Dock Park. It's red brick and terracotta mouldings with multiple windows. tIA...
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ToraToraTora
http://www.bbc.co.uk/news/uk-36896924 I am amazed that these are up to now still being made....
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chessteruk
Milner's Tower at Bradda Head, Port Erin, IOM was built in 1871. Are there any photos or painting of that area from before 1871?
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webbo3
Anyone know of a decent website where you can look at old maps so you can see what was there before yore house was built, I seem to remember a site where you could go back in time on a map, (a bit...
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LondonLady
Need help with 9d, Edward Lear asked: "Who, or why or which or what is he"? 5,2, 4 A?O?D ?F ?W?T and 12a , The Romany name for Newmarket 5-6, 3 N?S?I-?E?C?O ?A?...
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retrocop
Can anyone answer how many perished in the Great Fire of London? No cheating and looking it up. I am surprised at the answer.
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Tarser
I'm sure this is easy to answer for historians, please excuse my ignorance. Edward III had five sons. His first son died before Edward and yet the crown went to his grandson, Richard II and not his...
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sandyRoe
I was watching a TV documentary the other night about the Somme and it was mentioned as one of the few objectives actually taken on the first day. What would it have looked like? I can't imagine it...
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retrocop
Does anyone recall that during his short command of HMS Bronington,a TON Class wooden minesweeper, the Prince of Wales ....err..crashed it whilst at the Con when docking it. Normally a naval commander...
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curiousC
I find it weird not to be able to know the history of a drug. I am seeking the origin of CROTAMITON (EURAX). and i cannot find it. It is in none of my medical textbooks Surely every new drug that hits...
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pinstripe
Can anyone help and remind me of the name of the record shop that used to be just up the road from Woolworths in Elm Park, Essex?
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Ric.ror
No - not the Collen Rooney or Victoria Beckhams but I thought the word Wag referred to a kind of Artful Dodger type chappy Am I thinking of the wrong thing? TIA...
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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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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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