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1782 – Thomas Wilde, 1st Baron Truro, born on the 7th of July in London. He was Lord Chancellor of Great Britain, was the second son of Thomas Wilde, an attorney. 1805 – Educated at St Paul’s School and was admitted an attorney. 1817 – He subsequently entered the Inner Temple and was called to ..

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1027 – Born in Falaise, France. William I, King of England, commonly called William the Conqueror, was the illegitimate son of Robert, surnamed Le Diable, Duke of Normandy. He introduced the jury system. 1035 – Succeeded to the Dukedom on the death of his father. He became the Duke of Normandy.          – He ..

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1056 – William’s exact date of birth is unknown. 1086 – He inherited the Anglo-Norman settlement whose details are reflected in Domesday Book, a survey that could not have been undertaken anywhere else in Europe at that time and a signal of the control of the monarchy; but he did not inherit William’s charisma or ..

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1982 – Born on June 21st in St. Mary’s Hospital, Paddington, London, England. British prince and heir to the throne of Prince Charles of Wales.          – Christened on August 4th in the Music Room at Buckingham Palace by the Archbishop of Canterbury, Dr. Robert Runcie. 1990 – He went to Wetherby School, then ..

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1765 – William Henry Hanover, born on the 21st of August in Buckingham Palace, London, England. He was the son of King George III and Charlotte of Mecklenburg-Strelitz. He was so delighted to become king, on the death of his brother George IV, that he drove round London personally greeting his new subjects. 1779 – ..

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1593 – Born on April 13th in London. 1607 – Wentworth was educated at St John’s College, Cambridge and became a law student at the Inner Temple. 1611 – He married Lady Margaret Clifford, daughter of the Earl of Cumberland on October.          – Was knighted by King James I in December. 1614 – ..

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1361 – Born on February 26th in Nürnberg. A German king and, as Wenceslas IV, king of Bohemia, whose weak and tempestuous, though eventful, reign was continually plagued by wars and princely rivalries that he was unable to control, plunging his territories into a state of virtual anarchy until he was stripped of his powers ..

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1769 – He was born this year in Dublin.He is most famous for, together with Blücher, defeating Napoleon at Waterloo.   1814 – The titles of Duke of Wellington and Marquess Douro were bestowed upon Arthur Wellesley, 1st Marquess of Wellington, on May 11 of this year.   1815 – The Dukes of Wellington also ..

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907 – Wenceslaus was born near Prague, in Bohemia (Czechoslovakia). Bohemian duke and saint. 920 – He  gained the throne at the age of thirteen. 935 – On September 28th, as Wenceslaus was going to Mass, Boleslas attacked him with a sword. The brothers struggled, but three other rebels rushed up and killed the king. ..

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Transylvanian prince of Wallachia. 1431 – Born in the city of Sighiºoara in Transylvania, during the winter. 1447 –  Vlad’s father was assassinated in the marshes near Bãlteni. 1448 – Became the Prince (voivode) of Wallachia, a former polity which is now part of Romania. 1451 – Fled to Moldavia and was put under the ..

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