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When is Easter Sunday This Year 2016 – Dates & more

When is easter sunday this year 2016 Sunday, March 27 Easter Sunday 2016 As we all know that, Easter is one of the most important festivals of Christians. So logically Easter is the central event of Christian faith. So on Sunday when the Christians a...
by Happy easter on Mar 14, 2016

Holy Thursday 2015 – Quotes, Prayers, Songs, Images, Pictures

holy thursday, holy thursday quotes, holy thursday prayers, holy thursday 2015, holy thursday songs, holy thursday images, holy thursday pictures, holy thursday sms, holy thursday messages, holy thursday status, holy thursday status for whatsapp, hol...
by All Festival on Mar 30, 2015

The Funeral and Burial of Lord Horatio Nelson – 9 January 1806

To this day, Lord Horatio Nelson remains one of Britain’s most heroic figures, military or otherwise. His leadership ability along with his firm grasp of naval strategy and tactics combined to make him a formidable force in the Royal Navy. The...
by Today In British History on Jan 9, 2015

The Funeral and Burial of Admiral Lord Nelson – 9 January 1806

To this day, Admiral Lord Nelson remains one of Britain’s most heroic figures, military or otherwise. His leadership ability along with his firm grasp of naval strategy and tactics combined to make him a formidable force in the Royal Navy. The...
by Today In British History on Jan 9, 2015

The Scilly Naval Disaster – 22 October 1707 (O.S.)

One of the worst maritime disasters in British history happened off the Isles of Scilly on this day in history, 22 October 1707. (O.S.) In the summer or 1707, Commander-in-Chief of the British Fleets, Sir Cloudesley Shovell, had led a fleet of 21 Bri...
by Today In British History on Oct 22, 2014

4th Of July Fun Facts, Importance | About USA 4th Of July 2014

Things you should know about 4th of JULY - 4th July is celebrated as the American Independence day, the day when United States Of America emerged as an independent nation The Continental Congress declared independence on 2th July 1776. American rev...
by Labour Day 2014 on Jun 20, 2014

Captain Kidd is Executed – 23 May 1701

Though he is one of the most famous pirates in history, modern scholarship has questioned whether Captain Kidd should have been considered a true pirate. Apparently the English crown considered him a pirate, because he was held at Newgate Prison and...
by Today In British History on May 23, 2014

Captain Kidd is Executed – 23 May 1701

Though he is one of the most famous pirates in history, modern scholarship has questioned whether Captain Kidd should have been considered a true pirate. Apparently the English crown considered him a pirate, because he was held at Newgate Prison and...
by Today In British History on May 23, 2014

Captain Kidd is Executed – 23 May 1701

Though he is one of the most famous pirates in history, modern scholarship has questioned whether Captain Kidd should have been considered a true pirate. Apparently the English crown considered him a pirate, because he was held at Newgate Prison and...
by Today In British History on May 23, 2014

Captain Kidd is Executed – 23 May 1701

Though he is one of the most famous pirates in history, modern scholarship has questioned whether Captain Kidd should have been considered a true pirate. Apparently the English crown considered him a pirate, because he was held at Newgate Prison and...
by Today In British History on May 23, 2014

Sir Arthur Conan Doyle is Born – 22 May 1859

Though he would die a man famous the world over, Arthur Conan Doyle’s life began humbly. He was born on this day in British history, 22 May 1859. His father was an alcoholic, and his mother struggled to support the family. Luckily for young Arthur...
by Today In British History on May 22, 2014

Sir Arthur Conan Doyle is Born – 22 May 1859

Though he would die a man famous the world over, Arthur Conan Doyle’s life began humbly. He was born on this day in British history, 22 May 1859. His father was an alcoholic, and his mother struggled to support the family. Luckily for young Arthur...
by Today In British History on May 22, 2014

Sir Arthur Conan Doyle is Born – 22 May 1859

Though he would die a man famous the world over, Arthur Conan Doyle’s life began humbly. He was born on this day in British history, 22 May 1859. His father was an alcoholic, and his mother struggled to support the family. Luckily for young Arthur...
by Today In British History on May 22, 2014

Sir Arthur Conan Doyle is Born – 22 May 1859

Though he would die a man famous the world over, Arthur Conan Doyle’s life began humbly. He was born on this day in British history, 22 May 1859. His father was an alcoholic, and his mother struggled to support the family. Luckily for young Arthur...
by Today In British History on May 22, 2014

The Execution of Guy Fawkes – 31 January 1606

Guy Fawkes was bon in mid-April 1570, but few details of his early life are well documented. An important detail that is known is that his family were recusant Catholics. Fawkes was instilled with Catholicism from a young age, and at 21 he travelled...
by Today In British History on Mar 31, 2014

The Execution of Guy Fawkes – 31 January 1606

Guy Fawkes was bon in mid-April 1570, but few details of his early life are well documented. An important detail that is known is that his family were recusant Catholics. Fawkes was instilled with Catholicism from a young age, and at 21 he travelled...
by Today In British History on Mar 31, 2014

The Crimean War Concludes – 30 March 1856

On 30 March 1856, the Congress of Paris concluded with the signing of the Treaty of Paris, an official declaration that the Crimean War had ended. Signatories of the Treaty of Paris included representatives of Russia on the one side, and the alliance...
by Today In British History on Mar 30, 2014

The Crimean War Concludes – 30 March 1856

On 30 March 1856, the Congress of Paris concluded with the signing of the Treaty of Paris, an official declaration that the Crimean War had ended. Signatories of the Treaty of Paris included representatives of Russia on the one side, and the alliance...
by Today In British History on Mar 30, 2014

The Crimean War Concludes – 30 March 1856

On 30 March 1856, the Congress of Paris concluded with the signing of the Treaty of Paris, an official declaration that the Crimean War had ended. Signatories of the Treaty of Paris included representatives of Russia on the one side, and the alliance...
by Today In British History on Mar 30, 2014

The Crimean War Concludes – 30 March 1856

On 30 March 1856, the Congress of Paris concluded with the signing of the Treaty of Paris, an official declaration that the Crimean War had ended. Signatories of the Treaty of Paris included representatives of Russia on the one side, and the alliance...
by Today In British History on Mar 30, 2014
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