The link below is to an article concerning the an archaeologist and King Stephen of England’s grave.
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Apache Warrior Geronimo Surrenders
On this day in 1886, the Apache Wars draw to a conclusion with the surrender of Geronimo in the United States. According to Geronimo, the terms of his surrender were not met, which if true, was yet another example of the lack of honour of generations of Americans when dealing with native Indians. In his latter years, Geronimo regretted his surrender and was never allowed to return to his homeland.
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Geronimo’s Story of His Life, by Geronimo & S. M. Barrett
Victoria Cross: Introduced to Honour Acts of Valour in Crimean War
On this day in 1856, Queen Victoria established the military medal known as the Victoria Cross. It was the highest military decoration issued for valour in the face of the enemy within the British Empire and now the Commonwealth. It was first introduced to honour members of the armed forces who fought in the Crimean War.
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