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  2. Chronology of Provisional Irish Republican Army actions (1970 ...

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    12 February 1976: James O'Neill (aged 17), Irish Republican Army Youth Section, died after being badly burnt during an arson attack on a furniture warehouse, Antrim Road, New Lodge, Belfast. [184] 13 February 1976: An IRA volunteer (Sean Bailey, aged 20) died one day after being injured in a premature bomb explosion in house, Nansen Street ...

  3. Coal mining in the United Kingdom - Wikipedia

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    The strike was unsuccessful in stopping the closures and led to an end to the closed shop in British Coal, as the breakaway Union of Democratic Mineworkers was formed by miners who objected to the NUM's handling of the strike. Numerous pit closures followed, and in August 1989 coal mining ended in the Kent coalfield. In 1986, Kellingley colliery

  4. Ellen Wilkinson - Wikipedia

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    Ellen Cicely Wilkinson (8 October 1891 – 6 February 1947) was a British Labour Party politician who served as Minister of Education from July 1945 until her death. Earlier in her career, as the Member of Parliament (MP) for Jarrow, she became a national figure when she played a prominent role in the 1936 Jarrow March of the town's unemployed to London to petition for the right to work.

  5. July 6 - Wikipedia

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    1892 – Three thousand eight hundred striking steelworkers engage in a day-long battle with Pinkerton agents during the Homestead Strike, leaving ten dead and dozens wounded. 1901–present. 1917 – World War I: Arabian troops led by T. E. Lawrence ("Lawrence of Arabia") and Auda ibu Tayi capture Aqaba from the Ottoman Empire during the Arab ...

  6. Charles Dickens - Wikipedia

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    Charles John Huffam Dickens (/ ˈ d ɪ k ɪ n z /; 7 February 1812 – 9 June 1870) was an English writer and social critic.He created some of the world's best-known fictional characters and is regarded by many as the greatest novelist of the Victorian era.

  7. Society of United Irishmen - Wikipedia

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    The obstetrician William Drennan, who in Dublin composed the United Irishmen's first test or oath, was the son of the minister of the First Church; Samuel Neilson, owner of the largest woollen warehouse in Belfast, was in the Second Church; Henry Joy McCracken, born into the town's leading fortunes in shipping and linen-manufacture, was a Third ...

  8. History of Tunisia - Wikipedia

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    France still had the issue of Italian influence (related to the huge colony of Tunisian Italians emigrated to Tunisia) and thus decided to find an excuse for a pre-emptive strike. In the spring of 1881, the French army occupied Tunisia , claiming that Tunisian troops had crossed the border to Algeria , France's primary colony in Northern Africa .

  9. Worcester, Massachusetts - Wikipedia

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    Worcester (/ ˈ w ʊ s t ər / WUUS-tər, locally [ˈwɪstə]) is a city and county seat of Worcester County, Massachusetts, United States.Named after Worcester, Worcestershire, England, as of the 2020 census the city's population was 206,518, making it the second-most populous city in New England after Boston.