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King Henry I of England in mourning above the sinking of the White

King Henry I of England in mourning above the sinking of the White

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King Henry I of England in mourning above the sinking of the White Ship. (

Henry I of England

Henry I in mourning following the death of his son.

Picture of White Ship

The White Ship, William Adelin and the England that never was • The Crown Chronicles

Portrait of King Henry I

Illustrated portrait of William Adelin, son of King Henry I of England.

"The Wrecking of the White Ship" painting by Joseph Martin Kronheim, ...

How a Shipwreck Plunged England into Anarchy

Drawing of Henry

The wrecking of the White Ship

Illustration from "An Island Story: A Child's History of England" 1906 showing a

Henry I of England feeling a bit smug. And considerably richer than thou.

13th century picture

Henry the Young King

Wrecking of the Blanche-Nef, White Ship

Portrait of the king Stephen of England, as imagined by George Vertue (1684-

As Queen Victoria ended the 19th century, she was not her usual self. She

Henry V is the shortest-reigning of all eight of England's King Henrys. He ruled for 9.5 years from March 20, 1413 until his sudden death in France at age ...

On 25 November 1120 the White Ship sank off the coast of Normandy not long after it set out for England. The ship, which was fast and well-built, ...

On 25 November 1120 the White Ship sank off the coast of Normandy not long after it set out for England. The ship, which was fast and well-built, ...

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... while out hunting in the New Forest in 1100; some have claimed that he was assassinated to secure his younger brother Henry's claim to the throne.

Bundesarchiv DVM 10 Bild-23-61-17, Untergang der "Lusitania"

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Henry VIII. Portrait by Hans Holbein the Younger, 1540. The painting has the

The Ship of Dreams: The Sinking of the Titanic and the End of the Edwardian Era Hardcover – December 3, 2019

Henry David Thoreau

Henry III was given a polar bear by King Haakon IV of Norway in 1252. He kept it in the Tower of London, and had it taken down to the River Thames each ...

Match! Sort of - the old lifeboat rails at Barfleur

Cunard liner RMS Lusitania, after secret Whitehall misgivings about the official account of one of

Stephen leading his soldiers – British Library MS Arundel 48 f. 168v

The bloody death of Mary Queen of Scots

Restoring stability to England

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Watercolour of Mathilde calling for her brother, by Princess Louise for her mother Queen Victoria

Photograph of coin

Abbildung(en) Henry I "beauclerc" (King of England) of England King of the English

Madeline Astor in mourning dress

Sinking feeling about Titanic replica and a 'challenging' Booker read

In 1520, Henry VIII challenged the king of France, Francis I, to a wrestling match. Henry lost [PDF].

c1540, a portrait of King Henry VIII. An engraving by T A Dean from a

Norfolk, England

Charles Hutchison and his wife, who is unidentified. Hutchison was described as a

english france

William Shakespeare, Henry VI, Part 3

Edward the Confessor, King of England

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Who Was Aethelflaed - The Lady of the Mercians?

7th May 1915: The sinking of the Cunard ocean liner 'Lusitania' by a

Ernest Shackleton's ship the Endurance, from his transcontinental expedition. In 1915, the ship became encased in ice and sank into the Weddell Sea, ...

Her great-grandfather was King Henry VII of England, so she was also in line to the English throne after King Henry VIII's own children, Mary, Elizabeth, ...

Charles II. king of Great Britain ...

Another depiction of the geography/players of the Norman Conquest

6. RICHARD I

With his dying breath, Henry prophesies Richard's future villainy and the chaos that will engulf the country (even more dramatic).

circa 1862: Queen Victoria (1819 - 1901) during her period of mourning after

Battle of Brémule where King Henry and William trounced the King of France

Henry seized England's crown on the death of his brother, William Rufus on 2 August 1100. He had been present on the hunting expedition in the New Forest ...

The forgotten victims: How the Titanic tragedy handed a devastating legacy to the people of Southampton

Henry VIII's warship, the Mary Rose after a £5.4m museum revamp (Olivia

As the Dee gradually silted up, ports such as Parkgate became more important. They could be reached, given favourable winds, on one tide from the open sea ...

FitzRoy, R. 1839. Narrative of the surveying voyages of His Majesty's Ships Adventure and Beagle between the years 1826 and 1836, describing their ...

Matilda of Boulogne, Queen of England

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Anne Boleyn's Remains – The Exhumation of Anne Boleyn

Felicia Atkinson The Flower and the vessel shelter press sp110 bartolome sanson

Wallace, A. R. 1905. My life: A record of events and opinions. London: Chapman and Hall. Volume 1.

Anti-Slavery Tracts. First Series, Nos. 1-20 (1855-56) - Online Library of Liberty

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Picture of Matilda

British monarch Queen Victoria seated at her writing desk, c1897. In January 1901, as illness left the queen unable to carry out her constitutional duties, ...

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Queens of Infamy: Josephine Bonaparte, from Malmaison to More-Than-Monarch

Chart of Dee from 1800 (not north up) showing Salisbury Bank:

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Vivid account of how the Titanic sank by survivor Jack Thayer, 17, resurfaces in time for centenary - Telegraph

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Which of Henry VIII's wives was his best match?

William the Conqueror's Norman army went on to defeat Harold II's English army at the Battle of Hastings. From the documentary Conquest 1066 on HistoryHit.

The Oldenborg line died out with the childless Frederik 7. in 1863. The throne was then taken over by Christian 9. of Glücksborg.

After Edward's death in 1553, 16-year-old Lady Jane Grey—the great-granddaughter of Henry VII—ascended the throne. She had been named Edward's successor in ...

Wallace, A. R. 1905. My life: A record of events and opinions. London: Chapman and Hall. Volume 1.

Why we wept for Notre Dame

Jane Seymour, Queen of England facts

Contemporary depiction of Stephen's brother Henry of Blois, with his bishop's staff and ring – British Library MS Nero DVII, f. 87

Henry took a second wife, Adeliza, in the hope of having another son, but their marriage was childless. In response to this, Henry declared his daughter, ...

Photograph of chronicle

Henry rejoiced that his dynasty was now secure and crossed to Normandy to see his new grandson, namesake and heir. The old king was said to have doted on ...