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Rebels from Essex and Kent entered London in 1381 as part of the Peasants’ Revolt, ransacking the Palace of the Savoy, which was John of

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On this day in London in 1936 an International Surrealist Exhibition was held at the New Burlington Galleries in Burlington Gardens, Westminster. During the course

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On this day in London in 1844 the YMCA was founded by draper George Williams, who was concerned that young men moving to cities for

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Come and find out more about what your Victorian servant ancestors' lives at our Zoom talk next Thursday. You have to be a member but

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On this day in London in 1940, Winston Churchill delivered his famous ‘We shall fight them on the beaches’ speech to the House of Commons,

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The June edition of our journal METROPOLITAN will be landing in members’ inboxes and on their doormats any minute now. The journal is free to

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Londoner Samuel Pepys wrote the last entry in his diary on this day in 1669. He started writing it in January 1660 and his detailed

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On this day in London in 1660 the English monarchy was restored and King Charles II entered London on his 30th birthday. The celebrations included

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On the day in London in 1868 the last public execution in the UK took place outside Newgate Prison. Michael Barratt had been convicted of

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On this day in London in 1738, John Wesley experienced conversion whilst listening to a reading from Martin Luther’s ‘Preface to the Epistle to the