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Toys and games that killed in Tudor England | History Extra

Toys and games that killed in Tudor England | History Extra | History Teaching | Scoop.it
- Seven-year-old George Lord Dacre died on 17 May 1569. The little lord’s death had large consequences.
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HowStuffWorks "The Black Death"

HowStuffWorks "The Black Death" | History Teaching | Scoop.it
“ How did the Black Death kill 25 million people? The Black Death caused devastation and hysteria. Learn how the Black Death spread and its effects.”
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'Secret' WWI diary paints 'vivid and visceral' picture - BBC News

'Secret' WWI diary paints 'vivid and visceral' picture - BBC News | History Teaching | Scoop.it
“ BBC News 'Secret' WWI diary paints 'vivid and visceral' picture BBC News That bitter assessment of WWI was written in pencil by Harry Drinkwater in a pocketbook he kept in his tunic pocket.”
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