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Margaret of Anjou By Jacob Abbott
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The story of Margaret of Anjou forms a part of the history of England, for the lady, though of Continental origin, was the queen of one of the English kings, and England was the scene of her most... More > remarkable adventures and exploits. She lived in very stormy times, and led a very stormy life; and her history, besides the interest which it excites from the extraordinary personal and political vicissitudes which it records, is also useful in throwing a great deal of light upon the ideas of right and wrong, and of good and evil, and upon the manners and customs, both of peace and war, which prevailed in England during the age of chivalry.< Less
Margaret of Anjou: Classic Children Book By Jacob Abbott
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Margaret of Anjou (French: Marguerite d'Anjou) (23 March 1430 – 25 August 1482) was the wife of King Henry VI of England. As such, she was Queen consort of England from 1445 to 1461 and again... More > from 1470 to 1471. She also claimed to be Queen consort of France from 1445 to 1453. Born in the Duchy of Lorraine, into the House of Valois-Anjou, Margaret was the second eldest daughter of René I of Naples and Isabella, Duchess of Lorraine. She was one of the principal figures in the series of dynastic civil wars known as the Wars of the Roses and at times personally led the Lancastrian faction. Due to her husband's frequent bouts of insanity, Margaret ruled the kingdom in his place.< Less
Reimels' Story, Eleven Generations of Farmers from Schiffdorf, Germany to N.Y.City, Queens and East Meadow, NY By Margaret Divan
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The Reimels' Story, Eleven Generations of Farmers from Schiffdorf, Germany to N.Y.City, Queens and East Meadow, NY
Reimels' Story, Eleven Generations of Farmers from Schiffdorf, Germany to N.Y.City, Queens and East Meadow, NY By Margaret Divan
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The Reimels' Story, Eleven Generations of Farmers from Schiffdorf, Germany to N.Y.City, Queens and East Meadow, NY
The Reimels' Story Eleven Generations of Farmers from Schiffdorf, Germany to N.Y.City, Queens, and East Meadow, NY By Margaret Divan
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This is a story about the Reimels from Schiffdorf, Germany to NYC, Queens County and East Meadow, NY.
The Reimels' Story Eleven Generations of Farmers from Schiffdorf, Germany to N.Y.City, Queens, and East Meadow, NY By Margaret Divan
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This is a story about the Reimels from Schiffdorf, Germany to NYC, Queens County and East Meadow, NY.
Queen Margot: Or Marguerite de Valois By Alexandre Dumas
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Marguerite de Valois, 14 May 1553 – 27 March 1615) was Queen of France and of Navarre during the late sixteenth century. A royal princess of France by birth, she was the last of the House of... More > Valois. She was the daughter of King Henry II of France and Catherine de' Medici and the sister of Kings Francis II, Charles IX and Henry III and of Queen Elizabeth of Spain. She was queen twice for she had married King Henry III of Navarre who finally became King Henry IV of France. Margaret was famous for her beauty and sense of style She was also a gifted poet and writer, notable for both her own scandalous behavior and for revealing that of others. Margaret took many lovers both during her marriage and after her annulment. When imprisoned by her brother Henry III for eighteen years, she took advantage of the time to write her memoirs, which included a succession of stories relating to the disputes of her brothers Charles IX and Henry III with her husband Henry IV. The memoirs were published posthumously in 1628.< Less
Victorious! Queen's Champion -- Prince Henry Sinclair By Gunnar Thompson
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During the 14th century, Queen Margaret Atterdag of Denmark welded together the bickering kingdoms of Scandinavia. Her alliance of Norway, Sweden, and Denmark was called “the Kalmar... More > Union.” As the Little Ice Age bore down upon the Nordic Settlement on Greenland, she called upon the Atlantic Earl, Prince Henry Sinclair, and Templar Knights to rescue 4,000 stranded farmers. These Greenland refugees were brought south to new homes with Native Tribes along the Eastern Seaboard of North America. In later years, these Nordic immigrants were identified as “White Indians” that explorers and pioneers found in Nova Scotia, Massachusetts, and New York in the 17th century. Another problem arose in 1398 – when Vitalien Pirates settled into lairs along the Newfoundland Coast. At the time, the island was called “Frisland.” In battles that were chronicled in Nicolo Zeno’s “Letters,” Henry Sinclair conquered the pirates; and he erected a medieval tower and city at Newport, Rhode Island. This is real History!< Less
Victorious! -- Queen's Champion, Prince Henry Sinclair By Gunnar Thompson
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During the Late Middle Ages – in the 14th century – Queen Margaret Atterdag of Denmark welded together the bickering kingdoms of Scandinavia. Her alliance of Norway, Sweden, and Denmark... More > was called “the Kalmar Union.” As the Little Ice Age bore down upon the Nordic Settlement on Greenland, she called upon her Champion, Prince Henry Sinclair and Templar Knights, to rescue 4,000 stranded farmers. These Greenland refugees were brought south to new homes with Native Tribes along the Eastern Seaboard of North America. In later years, these imported Nordic farmers would constitute most of the “White Indians” that explorers and pioneers found in Nova Scotia, Massachusetts, and New York in the 17th century. Another problem arose in 1398 – when Vitalien Pirates from the North Sea settled into lairs along the Newfoundland Coast. In battles that were chronicled in Nicolo Zeno’s “Narrative” of c.1400, Henry Sinclair conquered all the pirates; and he was made “king” of Frisland Island.< Less
Vera Lynn & the Queen Mum : WWII Heroes By Harry Lime
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Dame Vera Margaret Welch CH DBE OStJ, known professionally as Vera Lynn, born on 20th March 1917, East Ham, Essex, England, UK is a singer of traditional pop, songwriter and actress, whose musical... More > recordings and performances were extremely popular during the Second World War. She's widely known as "the Forces' Sweetheart" for giving outdoor concerts to the troops in Egypt, India, and Burma during the war as part of Entertainments National Service Association (ENSA). The songs most associated with Lynn are "We'll Meet Again", "The White Cliffs of Dover", "A Nightingale Sang in Berkeley Square" and "There'll Always Be an England".< Less

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