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Boudicca / Boadicea

Boudicca / Boadicea

Queen of the Iceni.  When the Romans arrived in AD 43 her husband, Prasutagus, was ruling the Iceni, the people in East Anglia.  The Romans allowed him to continue his rule but when he died their a...

Person, Armed Forces, Nationalism, Seriously Famous

2 memorials

Cato Street Conspiracy

Cato Street Conspiracy

A plot to murder the Tory Prime Minister, Lord Liverpool, and the whole cabinet, as they had dinner at a house on Grosvenor Square. The dinner had been announced in a newspaper but this was probabl...

Event, Nationalism, Politics & Administration

1 memorial

Coburg

Coburg

Town located on the Itz River in Germany. First mentioned in a document in 1056.  From 1699 to 1826, it was one of the two capitals of the duchy of Saxe-Coburg-Saalfeld, and from 1826 to 1918 it wa...

Place, Nationalism, Germany

1 memorial

Michael Collins

Michael Collins

Irish nationalist and politician. Born Woodfield, County Cork. He moved to London with his sister, spending over nine years there. An activist in the Sinn Féin movement, he was imprisoned in 1916 f...

Person, Nationalism, Politics & Administration, Ireland

1 memorial

Czechoslovak Government in Exile

Czechoslovak Government in Exile

The informal title of the Czechoslovak National Liberation Committee. It was originally created by the former Czechoslovak president Edvard Beneš in Paris, in October 1939. Unsuccessful negotiation...

Group, Nationalism, Politics & Administration, Czechoslovakia, France

1 memorial

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