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Thanks for RTs & Mentions! @UntoldLives, @UkNatArchives, @KingsLibraries, @pm_vollmer, @SamBairstow, @archives4london, @DavidUnderdown9
#onthisday in Parliament 8 May 1863: House of Commons discussed a petition for the rights of the #Polish nation http://t.co/LueOGaCrUg
Great papers @archives4london conf on #WW1 air raids, impact on @StPaulsLondon & @KingsCollegeLon war work inc trench cookery lessons!
War memorial in Weston Room @kingslibraries to staff of Public Record Office, now @UKNatArchives #WW1 http://t.co/SklwpFC6Ev
Fascinating papers @archives4london conf inc #WW1 impact on cricket, music hall and @Fortnums food suppliers to officers at front even POWs
At @archives4london conference @Kingslibraries with v impressive #WW1 exhibition by @KCLArchives http://t.co/OmHZOxReRN
300 years ago...Parliament passed an Act concerning the #attainder for #treason of #ViscountBolingbroke http://t.co/8QFRRVDFdi
#onthisday in Parliament 7 May 1821: House of Commons discussed the activities of the #RussianArmy http://t.co/0FlTx7dCZY
Did you know...The #1919SexDisqualificationAct allowed women to train as solicitors #uklaw More at LivingHeritage http://t.co/MfqZL7fh8i
#onthisday in Parliament 6 May 1949: House of Commons discussed the British Film Institute Bill #BFI http://t.co/pqTdflCQl1
200 years ago...Parliament passed an Act regarding the distribution of #coffee for sale http://t.co/PaMgD25SkN
#onthisday in Parliament 5 May 1953: House of Commons discussed import arrangements for #bananas http://t.co/uOqievY6KW
@tjthemute @samellens quite a small proportion although we have some good photographic collections
Did you know... The #1911ParliamentAct was only used three times until 1949? More at LivingHeritage http://t.co/4nBqKmsqnr
#onthisday in Parliament 2 May 1962: House of Commons discussed nuclear tests #coldwar http://t.co/VvJTnJze9q