Monthly Archives: July 2018

Was Jack the Ripper Royalty? Myths, Suspects and Theories of the Whitechapel Murderer

by For those of you who neglected your homework on Victorian serial killers of London at school, you may not be aware of Jack the Ripper. Well, he was something of a scoundrel who took a liking to killing prostitutes … Continue reading

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Twice King of Romania King Michael Lived a Brave, Uncompromising Life

by The legendary King Michael of Romania died recently after a long battle with cancer. His death was greeted with national mourning, and his funeral was attended by an array of royalty, including Prince Charles and Carl XVI Gustaf of … Continue reading

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Just How Posh is Wimbledon? A Brief Back and Forth of the History of Nobility and Tennis

by Wimbledon is that most English of affairs – the world’s oldest tennis tournament, played on impeccable grass lawns, with impeccable manners, decorum and the iconic strawberries and cream. The Royal Family’s history is inextricably entwined with this legendary tennis … Continue reading

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