Events

The industrialisation of Britain during the nineteenth century led to conflict in the textile industry in the Luddite Rebellion

The turning point of World War Two was D-Day, though this notorious offensive came at a great human cost

A risky race-against-time was undertaken to rescue the children of Jews and other minorities living under Nazi jurisdiction, known as Operation Kindertransport

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Exploring British History and Historical Sites

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