6 Things You Didn’t Know About Oxford’s History

After about an hour’s drive from London City, you arrive at the great Oxford City. Its most striking thing is its beauty, deep history, and stunning architecture. It’s home to Oxford University, which has an outstanding global reputation. Its ranking is fascinating, and its student community is studious.  The city is a preferred destination for… Continue reading 6 Things You Didn’t Know About Oxford’s History

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A Timeline of Edinburgh

By Tim Lambert 1100 A town grows up near a castle at Edinburgh 1128 David I founds Holyrood Abbey 1296 The English capture Edinburgh Castle 1300 Edinburgh is well known for making wool cloth. It is exported from Leith. 1322 The Scots recapture Edinburgh Castle 1329 Edinburgh is given a charter (a document granting the… Continue reading A Timeline of Edinburgh

A Timeline of Inverness

By Tim Lambert Early 12th Century King David makes Inverness a royal burgh Late 12th Century King William the Lion grants Inverness charters confirming the townspeople’s rights 1220 Inverness is a busy port. There are also many fishermen in the town. 1223 A Dominican friary is founded in Inverness 1411 The Lord of the Isles… Continue reading A Timeline of Inverness

The importance of learning Military history in College

The military history of a country shapes the war history and the demographic information for a student. Numerous things can never be taught at the school level. Considering brain development and the development of analytical thinking, it has become possible for the students at College to relate. The relativity level is high for the students.… Continue reading The importance of learning Military history in College

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