History is Fun
Thomas Cranmer's Cell Door (the Archbishop of Canterbury)- burnt at the stake in 1552.
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Churchill's funeral, London 1965
England — George Rodger
Civil War facts
Civil War Infographic by th3thr1ll3r on deviantART
The first presidential armored car was used by Franklin Roosevelt. It originally belonged to Al Capone.
The Royal Family - Anonymous composite CDV of Queen Victoria and Prince Albert and their children, put together from the famous series of photographs taken by J. J. E. Mayall in the year before the Prince Consort’s untimely death. The various princes and princesses are here identified by their initials.
Queen Victoria with Prince Albert and their nine children.
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Robert, first Duke of Normandy, and father of William the Conqueror. Robert was a direct descendant of the Viking who "founded" Normandy. Interesting that Harold, the last Anglo-Saxon king, was threatened in the north by a Viking army and in the south by William the Conqueror's invasion force. So he was actually fighting to retain the throne of England against two separate Viking groups.
Robert II, Duke of Normandy (c1000-1035)
The name Plantagenet is a anglicized version of planta genista, which is the Norman French term for the plant now called broom.