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The dead body of a young boy was found on a heath—but was it a case of ritual child murder? Dreadful diseases! Revealing the terrible time when one third of Norwich's residents caught the Black Death! Victorian horrors! The dead body of a young The East End of London has one of the bloodiest histories in Britain.
Communists, Fascists, strikers, Suffragettes, and Skeleton Armies have all fought running battles through East-Enders were blamed for Grave of the deadly nun! Death to students! The weird origins of the University. A plague on both your parishes!
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Black death in Cambridge's streets. Off with his head: the bizarre true story of Oliver Cromwell's Traveling Skull.
The fifth man: the truth about the Cambridge five, Soviet spies This is the history of York as you have never encountered it before. There are no tea rooms or hanging baskets in this York, but the severed heads on the walls have a certain decorative effect and Travel back to a time when Erik Aberdeen has been inhabited for 8, years, since the first Hunter-Gatherers settled on the banks of the River Dee.
Invaders including Celts, Romans, and Vikings met violent, Aberdeen has been inhabited for 8, years, since the first Hunter-Gatherers settled on the banks From its earliest Containing: The Decapitated Lord: medieval slaughter at the castle!
Nat Turner's slave rebellion
Crushed by a stone from Heaven! Kings, rebellions, and rioters! Civil War comes to the city! Boiled in beer! Baked in his oven! Coventry has Southampton has one of the darkest and most dreadful histories on record.
The city has been Without her the UK might not have won the Battle of Britain. Not even Le Carre could have dreamt this tale up!
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Those words, from Claudia Jones, the journalist and activist who founded the Notting Hill carnival, should inspire people the world over. She would be amazed by what a phenomenon the carnival is today. Dina St Johnston Who knew that one of the early tech titans was a woman?
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Her husband walked out on her when their baby was just three weeks old. But she managed to set herself up as a professional typist, land a foreign princess as a client, and from there found the first secretarial bureau to be floated on the London Stock Exchange.
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She was urged to instal her husband in her place as chairman because having a woman running the show was seen as far too whacky! She said no — and quite right too.
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But far too few know that a female Astrophysicist, Jocelyn Bell Burnell, discovered pulsars — rotating stars which have reached the end of their lives, paving the way for all the subsequent work on black holes. She deserves a far bigger place in the scientific firmament. Hear that lady roar.
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