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William Ash: The cooler king
WW2 pilot William Ash was the model for Steve McQueen's character in The Great Escape - as a PoW he spent much of the war being punished for trying to escape.
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Honing's WWI German "war trophy" trench mortar returns
A German trench mortar received by a village as a World War One trophy and later given away is returned, restored and put on display.
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Australian 'Great Escape' survivor dies, aged 101
Paul Royle, one of the last survivors of World War Two's most famous prison break, The Great Escape, had died at the age of 101.
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In pictures: Agatha Christie: Unfinished Portrait
A look at some of the previously unseen and rare photographs of author Agatha Christie which are part of a new exhibition marking the 125th anniversary of her birth.
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Poland drought: Jewish tombstones and fighter jets uncovered as rivers run dry
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Remembering Ealing Studios and the golden age of British film
Just a handful of people involved in the Ealing Studios heyday are still alive to recall one of the great periods of British film-making.
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While searching for information on churches in Pune area, Google produced the picture of the derelict church in Purandar Fort. Its unusual location caught my interest. Purandar Fort (sometimes called Purandhar) is an old Maha...
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Hunt for Anglo-Saxon abbey wall at Peterborough Cathedral
Archaeologists surveying a cathedral's precincts are hoping to uncover the earliest signs of its walled Anglo-Saxon predecessor.
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Are these England's most beautiful pubs?
Bar beauty from the inter-war years - a look at some of the latest pubs across England to be granted listed status.
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121-year-old time capsule found at bridge near Kingussie
A time capsule containing items from the 1800s including what is thought to be a bottle of whisky is uncovered by construction workers.
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Family historian, collector of antiquarian books and postcards of British India, webmaster and trustee of the Families In British India Society and most importantly of all a mother!
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LastPass Hacked, Change Your Master Password Now
lifehacker.com

Bad news first, folks. LastPass, our favorite password manager (and yours) has been hacked. It’s time to change your master password. The go

The Tears of the Rajas by Ferdinand Mount review – mastery account of a ...
www.theguardian.com

A superbly written and researched account of the imperial project in India

TNS Editor
tns.thenews.com.pk

Gogera fort, Gushkori, Lork Berkeley and Kharal’s grave are all a part of a day’s journey and glorious past

Cremated human bones in pot found in Crossrail dig suggest gruesome ritu...
www.theguardian.com

Discovery deepens mystery of scores of Roman skulls found near site close to Liverpool St station and may confirm theory they are from Boudi

Scottish cemetery tapestry on world tour
www.telegraphindia.com

A tapestry on Calcutta’s Scottish cemetery will be among the 150 panels narrating the history of Scottish emigration that will tour Scotland

Bye, bye Deccan Queen dining car!
bombayrailway.blogspot.com

http://www.mumbaimirror.com/mumbai/others/Pantry-replaces-Deccan-Queens-iconic-85-year-old-dining-car/articleshow/46648315.cms Rajendra B. A

Young, Black and Victorian: Wonderful photographs of Victorian women of ...
dangerousminds.net

Here are some photographs of Victorian women of color that date from 1860 to 1901. Unfortunately, a lot of these photographs have no names a

Wanted: Family for photograph of three World War I Diggers
www.dailyadvertiser.com.au

Photos of three WWI soldiers were bought at a garage sale by Jack Whyte. He wants their family to have them.

Current Archaeology – How to build a dolmen
www.archaeology.co.uk

Exploring Neolithic construction at Garn Turne Well known on the Continent and scattered along the coasts of Wales, Cornwall, and Ireland, d

Dozens of unmarked war graves to get memorials
www.mmtimes.com

Up to 50 unmaintained or unmarked graves of Commonwealth soldiers who died in Myanmar during World War II could receive new recognition from

New opening hours for Essex Record Office
britishgenes.blogspot.com

News of hours changes at Essex Record Office. From Monday 6th April 2015 it will close on Mondays and on alternate Saturdays. The new openin

Archaeologist’s woes for ‘oldest cemetery’
www.buryfreepress.co.uk

An archaeologist has raised concerns about a development site in Bury St Edmunds which, he says, could contain East Anglia’s oldest cemetery