On this day in history ...........................

    On this day in history ...........................

    By TheBoldAge. Published 2020-11-11

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    TheBoldAge looks at a few events in past times


    On this day .......Armistice Day,: The First World War that ended On This Day in 1918.In 1992 the Church of England approves the ordination of female priestsYou may remember that the Australian Governor General Sir John Kerr removed the Prime Minister Gough Whitlam. Who became the 1st elected PM removed in 200 yrs.Back in 1887 work began on construction of the Manchester Ship Canal at Eastham, which, when completed terminated at what is now known as Salford Quays.To help relieve the housing crisis in London, 10 new towns were planned , in 1946 on this day Stevenage was designed as Britain's first new town In 1992 The Church of England General Synod voted to allow women to become priests.

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