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The Amazing Lost Legacy of the British Black Panthers

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from Telegraph.co.uk

The Strangest Family: The Private Lives of George III, Queen Charlotte and the Hanoverians by Janice Hadlow, review: 'discursive and leisurely'

George III 1760-1820 Known as "Farmer George" he was a much loved King, who was devoted to his Queen (Charlotte) He suffered from some strange tendencies though and was once said to have had a conversation with a tree believing it to be the King of Prussia! Prehaps this is also why he is remembered as "Mad King George"

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from the Guardian

Life with the Black Panthers

Kathleen Cleaver and husband Black Panther 'Minister of Information' Eldridge Cleaver. The couple fled the US in 1968, aftter he violated a parole order, returning in 1974. Today Kathleen is a law lecturer in Atlanta. Eldridge died in 1998.

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from The Debrief

The Forgotten Story Of The Women Behind The British Black Panthers

'Let me tell you first of all, I have zero interest in Beyoncé' - Heather Agyepong speaks to Beverley Bryan, a former Black Panther, about the female Black Panthers of Brixton.

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from the Guardian

One World Trade Center visualised

One World Trade Center @Jose Gutierrez Gutierrez B. Liz, @Ida Ristner Isaksson Gomes- McDougal

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