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Luis I «El Breve», la desgracia del Rey borbón que reinó solo siete meses | Cotilleando - El mejor foro de cotilleos sobre la realeza y los famosos. Felipe y Letizia.

Luis I «El Breve», la desgracia del Rey borbón que reinó solo siete meses | Cotilleando - El mejor foro de cotilleos sobre la realeza y los famosos. Felipe y Letizia.

Calvin Leon Graham was the youngest U.S. serviceman, during World War II. Following the attack on Pearl Harbor, he enlisted in the Navy in May 1942, at the age of 12. He was wounded at the Naval Battle of Guadalcanal, while serving aboard the USS South Dakota. For his actions he was awarded the Bronze Star and the Purple Heart. However, his mother later revealed his age. For lying about his age he spent three months in a brig and was dishonorably discharged in May 1943.

The Boy Who Became a World War II Veteran at 13 Years Old

12 year old Calvin Graham from Philly lied about his age and enlisted in the Navy during WWII. He served on the battle-hardened USS South Dakota in the Pacific Theater and became a decorated war hero by

Eleanor of Aquitaine, wife of two kings: Louis VII of France & Henry II of England, mother of two more: Richard the Lionhearted & King John ; she went on a Crusade with Louis & ruled England temporarily in Richard's absence to the Holy Land.

Eleanor of Aquitaine, wife of two kings: Louis VII of France & Henry II of England, mother of two more: Richard the Lionhearted & King John ; she went on a Crusade with Louis & ruled England temporarily in Richard's absence to the Holy Land.

Archaeologists have uncovered Richard III's long-missing corpse, buried beneath a parking lot 20 miles from the battle that killed him. A comparison of the DNA in the bones to those of his living relatives appears to confirm it. The curve in his spine, likely from scoliosis, is a fascinating story in itself. Our centuries-old portrayal of King Richard III, the hunchback king, the mental image you probably have of him, turns out to be him.

Battle rages over bones of England's Richard III

Joan Countess of Westmorland <i>Beaufort</i> Neville

Joan Beaufort Countess of Westmorland my great grandmother Birth 1379 in Château de Beaufort, Anjou Death 13 November 1440 in Howden, Yorkshire -Burial Lincoln Cathedral, Lincolnshire

Margaret Drummond - mistress of James IV of Scotland - died of food poisoning along with her sisters Eupheme and Sybilla.

Margaret Tudor Queen of Scotland & Countess of Angus Daughter of Henry VII and Elizabeth of York Born: 28 November 1489 Married: 8 August 1503 (James IV) 6 August 1513 (Archibald Douglas) Died: 18 October 1540

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France Monarchy Family Tree - Subscription sites are not the best place to show off a full genealogy tree, look at what we can offer

7 May 1535- Sir Thomas More meets with Cromwell and four others in a room at the Tower.  He was told that Henry VIII demanded his opinion on the recently enacted Act of Supremacy.  More said that he refused to "meddle" in such affairs.  Although told that the king would be merciful if he consented to the Act, More says that his whole concern now is for his living the best possible Christian life.

7 May Sir Thomas More meets with Cromwell and four others in a room at…

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