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Old 24-01-2018, 01:03 AM
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I don't need a thread as I have studied the History....Though maybe as it was in the 60's I may need a few refreshers for certain times......

''The raids''....lol what I referred to was more than a raid.....

Don't forget though that the UK is not entirely inhabited by the ''English''.....That may help some people.....

It is the truth as far as we know it that matters......None of those useless historical guesses or whodunnits..
Just thought it would be an interesting thread.
No-one can fully know "the truth" with history - historians use a variety or sources and there's always new evidence coming to light......
that's what makes it so exciting, wouldn't you agree?

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Old 24-01-2018, 01:35 AM
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Just thought it would be an interesting thread.
No-one can fully know "the truth" with history - historians use a variety or sources and there's always new evidence coming to light......
that's what makes it so exciting, wouldn't you agree?
I did say ''truth as we know it''...
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Old 24-01-2018, 01:42 AM
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I did say ''truth as we know it''...
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Old 24-01-2018, 07:30 PM
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St Patrick's day parade in Toronto is not really much to speak of.It never occurs on St Pat's Day unless it falls on Sat or Sun,otherwise it would screw up business,and traffic.
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St Patrick's day parade in Toronto is not really much to speak of.It never occurs on St Pat's Day unless it falls on Sat or Sun,otherwise it would screw up business,and traffic.
Ed, do you think that the ''American Loyalists'' are the very same as the Irish Loyalist in Toronto...
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Ed, do you think that the ''American Loyalists'' are the very same as the Irish Loyalist in Toronto...
Who are these 'American Loyalists'... and by the same token - in the context of Toronto, who are the 'Irish Loyalists' ??
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