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Who said the mediaeval military weren't publicly minded?  
   

Who said the mediaeval military weren't publicly minded?

If the volatile gunpowder stored in this shed blew, the massively thick, heavily buttressed stone walls would direct the explosion upwards, so it wouldn't wipe out the houses nearby. Much.
Bordering on Insanity

October 18th 2007
Staying in the historic city of Berwick Upon Tweed was a tactical decision, because it’s within easy reach of Holy Island, (and because I found some really good books in the hostel lounge.) It struck me as a curious place, so I took a brisk walk around before leaving for Scotland. The quintessential border town, Berwick (pronounced Berrick) was claimed by both Scotland and England, and chang ... read more
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British Flag Great Britain, the dominant industrial and maritime power of the 19th century, played a leading role in developing parliamentary democracy and in advancing literature and science. At its zenith, the British Empire stretched over one-fourth of the ear... ... read more
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