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16 October 1555 - The Burnings of Hugh Latimer and Nicholas Ridley at Oxford - The Anne Boleyn Files
16 October 1555 - The Burnings of Hugh Latimer and Nicholas Ridley at Oxford - The Anne Boleyn Files
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Today is the anniversary of the burnings of two of the Oxford Martyrs, Hugh Latimer, Bishop of Worcester, and Nicholas Ridley, Bishop of London. The third Oxford Martyr was Thomas Cranmer, Archbishop of... [ ]
Would Mexico have attacked America in WW1 if the Zimmerman Telegraph had been delivered instead of intercepted? • r/history
Would Mexico have attacked America in WW1 if the Zimmerman Telegraph had been delivered instead of intercepted? • r/history
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This question honestly intrigues me, and in the case of them attacking, would they have any chance of taking back the lands they had lost during... [ ]
How much of the combat in the Civil War consisted of Union and Confederate troops standing in formation firing at each other without benefit of cover? • r/history
How much of the combat in the Civil War consisted of Union and Confederate troops standing in formation firing at each other without benefit of cover? • r/history
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That method of fighting was common in Europe for much of the 1700s and part of the 1800s. It was the norm in the Peninsular War between the... [ ]
The Influenza epidemic of 1918 killed up to 5% of the world's population—how did societies and cultures cope with such widespread loss of life? • r/history
The Influenza epidemic of 1918 killed up to 5% of the world's population—how did societies and cultures cope with such widespread loss of life? • r/history
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The Influenza epidemic of 1918 killed up to 5% of the world's population—how did societies and cultures cope with such widespread loss of life? • r/history (click to see stats)

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I have only recently researched this period, and while I realise it came shortly after the First World War, and societies and cultures would have... [ ]
I Found a 143 year old letter written by Sarah Porter (Founder of Miss Porter's school in Farmington CT, EST 1844 and still in operation) to her nephew, Dr. Robert Porter Keep who was studying in Italy. He was previously the US Consul to Greece from 1869
I Found a 143 year old letter written by Sarah Porter (Founder of Miss Porter's school in Farmington CT, EST 1844 and still in operation) to her nephew, Dr. Robert Porter Keep who was studying in Italy. He was previously the US Consul to Greece from 1869
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I Found a 143 year old letter written by Sarah Porter (Founder of Miss Porter's school in Farmington CT, EST 1844 and still in operation) to her nephew, Dr. Robert Porter Keep who was studying in Italy. He was previously the US Consul to Greece from 1869 (click to see stats)

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Notable students of Miss Porter's School: Gloria Vanderbilt, Jackie Kennedy Onassis, "Little Edie" Beale, among others. While looking through an... [ ]