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Today we commemorate the 75th anniversary of D-Day, and remember the bravery and sacrifice of the men and women involved.
The Northamptonshire Yeoman...
In 1909, a protest meeting against the impending visit to Britain by Czar Nicholas was organised. Local councillors were amongst those to address the...
about 15 days ago
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Thankfully, the lovely sunny weather has not kept people away, and we’re having a very busy morning!
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#twitterstorians Does anybody know about Evert Isbrantes Ides and his journey from Moscow to China in 1692? I have a document here that appears to be a version of the story, but not the one published by him.
[thread] Today we commemorate the 75th anniversary of D-Day, and remember the bravery and sacrifice of the men and women involved. The Northamptonshire Yeomanry were involved in those momentous events, and we owe them our thanks. Here is a brief summary of their action:
In 1909, a protest meeting against the impending visit to Britain by Czar Nicholas was organised. Local councillors were amongst the speakers. This poster includes a cartoon of the Czar as a bloodthirsty tyrant, with executed bodies around him & a murdered baby on his shoulder. https://t.co/9R026wAJMe
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