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#english history

# english-history - Friday 29 November, 2019

FactCheck: No, hundreds of thousands of Irish people were not sold as slaves in the 17th century

Posts on social media have stated that Irish ‘slaves’ were treated as poorly as African slaves during this period.

# english-history - Friday 30 May, 2014

The "hunch-back'd" King Richard III did have a hunch, but a 'good tailor' would have hidden it

The king’s bones were found in English car-park and identified using by DNA.