Sunday, 29 January 2012

On this day January 29th:IRA marxist scum exploded a series of bombs in the West End of London.

On this day January 29th:
1596-The most famous English seaman and adventurer of the Elizabethan era, Sir Francis Drake, was buried at sea. The Spanish breathed a sigh of relief!
1814-France defeated Russia and Prussia in the Battle of Brienne.

1819-Stamford Raffles lands on the island of Singapore.
1856-Britain's highest military decoration, the Victoria Cross, was founded by Queen Victoria.
1916-World War I: Paris was first bombed by German Zeppelins.
1918-400 military students stood and fought to the death against 4,000 Bolsheviks at the Battle of Kruty, Ukraine.

1928-Field Marshal Douglas Haig, British senior officer during World War I died in London aged 66.
1943-The Nazi Party’s 10th Anniversary celebrations were disrupted by the RAF’s first low-level daylight Mosquito air attack on Berlin.
1944-In Bologna, Italy, the beautiful Anatomical Theatre of the Archiginnasio was destroyed in an allied air-raid.
1945-Vidkun Quisling met Hitler in Berlin for the last time.
1970- British historian Basil Liddell Hart died aged 74.
1976-In England, IRA marxist scum exploded a series of bombs in the West End of London.
1998-In Birmingham, Alabama, a bomb exploded at a baby killing abortion clinic, killing one and severely wounding another.


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