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WILLIAM I c. 1028-1087 KNOWN AS WILLIAM THE CONQUEROR - 1st NORMAN KING - DESCENDED FROM VIKING RAIDER'S. LAUNCHED THE NORMAN CONQUEST OF ENGLAND IN 1066. MY 28th GG.

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The Oluwo of Iwo, Osun State, Nigeria. Yoruba king, 1890s. From the National Archive UK CO 10-69-80-31

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Richard III May Have Had a Brummie Accent : Discovery News ~ Despite being the patriarch of the House of York, Richard likely spoke with an accent associated with West Midlands rather than northern England, according to language expert Philip Shaw, from the University of Leicester’s School of English. "That’s an accent you might well see in London,” Shaw said. Image: A scan of Richard III’s request for the Great Seal with postscript on treachery of Duke of Buckingham, 12 Oct 1483

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from Mashable

JFK Assassination: National Archives Reveal Another Side to the Story

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Great Seal of Elizabeth I used by the Chancery, the Tudor Civil service, to show that the document attached was ordered in the Queen’s name. The pattern (or matrix) by Nicholas Hilliard. Used 1586 to 1603. The National Archives UK.

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A scan of Richard III's request for the Great Seal with postscript on treachery of Duke of Buckingham, 12 Oct 1483 from the National Archives.

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The National Archives details plans for mass JFK declassification in 2017 of assassination documents - JFKfacts

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Baron von Steuben at Valley Forge by Augustus G. Heaton in 1777 (National Archives and Records Administration)

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from NPR.org

Your Health Podcast: Sleep-Inducing Drinks And 'Mulligan Stew'

The Doughnut Corporation sought endorsement from the Nutrition Division of the War Food Administration for its 1942 Vitamin Doughnuts campaign.

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