Recent History releases

99 YEARS CELEBRATING IRELAND’S INDEPENDENCE DAY

[PRESSWIRE] London, United Kingdom - 17 January, 2018 -- ​The 21st January this year (2018) marks the 99th Anniversary of the establishment by the Irish Republican Brotherhood, of the Sovereign Republic of Éire and its’ legitimate Sovereign Dáil Éireann Government and Sovereign Dáil Éireann Courts (4 Courts), democratically elected by the will and wish of the people in the 1918 32 County election. It is, importantly, Ireland’s Independence Day.

Publication celebrating 750 years of Parliament in Britain goes digital

[PRESSWIRE] London, July 20, 2015—The History of Parliament Trust, in partnership with publisher St James’s House, has launched its new publication The Story of Parliament: Celebrating 750 years of parliament in Britain online.

The History of Parliament Trust book launch at Westminster Abbey

[PRESSWIRE] London, United Kingdom - 16.06.15 -- The History of Parliament Trust, in partnership with publisher St James’s House, will be launching its new publication The Story of Parliament: Celebrating 750 years of parliament in Britain at Westminster Abbey next Monday, on June 22.

Publisher to celebrate the best of British Government at Westminster Abbey

[PRESSWIRE] London, United Kingdom - 03.06.15 -- North London based publisher, St James’s House, is excited to announce the launch of it’s newest publication,The Story of Parliament: Celebrating 750 years of parliament in Britain. The event will also pay homage to the 800th anniversary of the signing of the Magna Carta – a now fundamental piece of British government and history.

RARE IMAGES AND FORGOTTEN VOICES OF WATERLOO PUBLISHED

PRESSWIRE] London, United Kingdom - 18 May 2015 -- One month before the bicentenary of the Battle of Waterloo sees the official publication of the Waterloo Commemorative Anthology.

Biggest pile of pigeon “poo” discovered in historic monument

[PRESSWIRE] London, United Kingdom - 26.02.15 -- Twenty-five tonnes of pigeon poo has been removed from an ancient English monument. The massive mushy mess almost three feet deep was discovered deep inside the towers of the historic Landgate Arch in Rye, East Sussex.