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Queen Anne Neville died at Westminster on 16th March 1485 at the age of around 28, probably of tuberculosis. An eclipse on the day she died ...


Thiepval Memorial – The Somme, France Strange today watching the Remembrance Ceremony at the Cenotaph, London that Commonwealth Countries which did not take part in World War I or II lay wreaths but the sacrifice of Irish soldiers is not represented. In World War I it is estimated of the 700,000 British military deaths 50,000 were Irish. Unlike in Britain, there was never conscription in Ireland so every Irish soldier was a volunteer.


Prince Arthur Tudor (1486-1502) was Henry VII and Elizabeth of York's eldest son, and elder brother of Henry VIII. Destined to be king of England he was married to Catherine of Aragon in 1501.

from British Vogue

Duchess Of Cambridge: Hair Style File

Duchess Of Cambridge at a World War One Centenary service at the St Symphorien Commonwealth Cemetery in Belgium.


Cross marking the spot where the remains of Private George Nugent of the Northumberland Fusiliers were found in October 1998 on the old Somme 1916 battlefield . He had been killed on 1st July, the first day of the Battle of the Somme 1916. He had been recorded as missing in action. His body was found close to the mine crater blown on that day, known as Lochnagar Crater. He was reburied in the nearby Ovillers Military Cemetery on 1st July 2000.


"I thought you were dead." She whispered. "I needed you. I love you. I missed you." She continued making eye contact. "The hair looks nice on you."