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Manchester United to commemorate 60th anniversary of Munich air disaster Manchester United Football Club will pay its respects to all the victims of the Munich air disaster with a commemoration at Old Trafford to mark the 60th anniversary of the tragedy. A statement on the clubs website www.manutd.com disclosed on Tuesday that players staff and supporters would observe a minutes silence ahead of kick-off in their English Premier League game on Feb. 3 against Huddersfield Town. Fans will…
Ten years before meeting the lads in Iron Maiden he was known as "Nicky", a nickname given to him by his parents after his teddy bear, Nicholas. One day while playing at CBS Studios, his band mate Billy Day was intoxicated and introduced him to the head of CBS records, Dick Asher, as "Neeko". McBrain liked the name, changing it to Nicko "so that it sounded more English," and decided to keep it even after leaving the group.
Writing prompt: A dramatic story about losing a cookie.
I was tagged by my beautiful friend @prettystrong_mom ( go follow her for body goallllllsss) to share 5 facts about myself. So whilst I drink my coffee to overcome this jetlag I figured Id give this a whirl! 1 Im a bit of a gypsy: I was born in South Africa lived in England and have bounced all around the States (Florida Chicago and now California). There is a travel bug in me that cannot be suppressed and Im constantly planning my next trip! 2 Since I was 4 years old ballet had been my…
Les Français ont la réputation mondiale d'être des mangeurs de grenouilles, ce qui leur a valu leur surnom anglais de froggies, frog signifiant grenouille en anglais. Ainsi, on appelle « Vallée des grenouilles » un quartier de Londres, peuplé de beaucoup de Français. En Italie les Français sont parfois appelés les mangiarane, c'est-à-dire les "mangeurs de grenouilles".
England and France more broadly were intimately connected throughout the 12th century as additional lands in France came under the control of the English king. More than half of England’s kings at this time were born in France, and many chose to be buried there, too. Richard the Lionheart, that great hero of medieval English history, actually spent less than six months in England, preferring his French lands.