Read more about rebellion in #Roman Britain in our new issue, out now! https://t.co/RrGfxb8p2b https://t.co/BsGYs3Xokk
7 of #London’s literary landmarks, from Oscar Wilde’s eatery of choice in Soho to Shakespeare’s Globe theatre… https://t.co/YelYeiSEYV https://t.co/0AZcvF1Juk
This is a fantastic history magazine, just old school brilliant content from a range of world history! @HistoryToday https://t.co/wJerrI4g1X
How an 'informal,' veiled culture affects policing: Mukherjee - Toronto Star Toronto StarHow an 'informal,' veiled culture affects policing: MukherjeeToronto StarThere is considerable interest in how police culture affects police officers' treatment of people. Former Supreme Court Justice Frank Iacobucci addressed ...
👇This is important to remember in light of intelligence leak furore over #manchesterattack https://t.co/bCwo4inAiN
“Her tale is both profoundly familiar and endlessly startling: the peasant girl sent by God to save France” https://t.co/0yK3uwvurK https://t.co/PRwlB1vs8i
The ‘special relationship’ is, and has always been, a British fantasy. https://t.co/3mPLnSv4my https://t.co/QO5KcFAZdE
PHOTOS: Today in history - May 25 - The Denver Post - The Denver Post The Denver PostPHOTOS: Today in history - May 25 - The Denver PostThe Denver PostA selection of photos from around the world of events that happened on May 25.and more »
The longest 'urgent' prescription in history - Pulse (blog) Pulse (blog)The longest 'urgent' prescription in historyPulse (blog)What's your turnaround for a routine script? Forty eight hours, right? And for an urgent prescription? You know, when a brittle asthmatic's inhaler ...
Majority of Britons think minorities threaten UK culture, report says - The Guardian The GuardianMajority of Britons think minorities threaten UK culture, report saysThe GuardianMore than half of Britons believe their culture is threatened by ethnic minorities living in the UK, a report ...
Our latest issue of BBC #WorldHistories is out now! Featuring Kyoto, the Rolling Stones & history's lost cities https://t.co/3KPNmkc8Wc https://t.co/jEBTnDG0UE
General Robert E. Lee's first invasion into the North ended with the Battle of Antietam. Explore on HISTORY Vault. https://t.co/RFlhh1wjun https://t.co/R8ksYaxEAr
Did you know that on #ThisDayInHistory in 1883, the Brooklyn Bridge opened? Enable the skill on your Amazon Alexa. https://t.co/RVRmeoCFO4 https://t.co/jNec4pOYiw
Workplace Culture Is About People, Right? – Workforce Magazine - Workforce Management Workforce ManagementWorkplace Culture Is About People, Right? – Workforce MagazineWorkforce ManagementBecause of the people I worked with I wanted to come to work every day. To me, that is workplace ...
The popular 15th century Italian sword, Cinquedea, is named for its width. #ForgedinFire https://t.co/Sv1XboCQ6W
Before Lepanto: Spain's disastrous defeat at the hands of the Ottomans at Djerba in 1560. https://t.co/oIDkFuqDtl
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1983: US troops invade Grenada American forces seize control of the Caribbean island of Grenada less than a week after a left-wing coup in which the prime minister, Maurice Bishop, was killed.

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