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Hitler is that you?

As a history obsessed student I usually tend to see many features in objects/people/ that are similar to a historical figure which many people don’t notice or give any particular attention to. Today as I was walking back home from … Continue reading

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How to Make Medieval Pottage – Cooking Recipe

  Pottage was the simplest and most common form of food intake for the peasants living in the 12th century England. It was so common that in Tudor times, it was still the main part of an ordinary person’s diet. … Continue reading

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19/20th Century Maltese History Timeline

1789-1800 French occupation 1802 – Treaty of Amiens (Malta was to return to the Knights) 1813 – Britain goes to war with France Royal Commission of 1812 1814 – Malta becomes a British colony according to the treaty of Vienna … Continue reading

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The Assassination of the Archduke by Greg King and Sue Woolmans

Today, instead of writing about a particular period of time, I will be writing about a recent book that I bought, ”The Assassination of the Archduke” by Greg King and Sue Woolmans. I bought this book because I am particular … Continue reading

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The Hungarian unrest of 1956

As the second world war was drawing to an end the Soviet Red Army pushed forward against German resistance. In October 1944 the Red Army crossed into Hungary. The Hungarians welcomed them as liberators and the fighting went on for … Continue reading

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France in 1830 – Restoration of the Bourbons

The French Revolution of 1830, also known as the July Revolution, was a revolt by the middle class against Bourbon King Charles X which forced him to abdicate his throne and replaced him with the Orleans King Louis-Philippe. After Napoleon … Continue reading

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Shoes – 1775-95 in Western fashion

The picture above shows a woman’s silk brocade shoes with straps for shoe buckles (1770) Women during the 18th century liked and were obsessed with shoes as much as we are nowadays. Most of the time women’s shoes were made … Continue reading

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