An Open Letter From The Historical Diaries – Big Updates & News For The Blog!

Hello Readers, I am writing a post today to go over and discuss some changes happening to The Historical Diaries. I know there has been a long break this past year and not a lot of blog post have appeared on the site. Now is a good idea to talk about the blog’s future. Continue reading

Locked In The Tower Of London | Elizabeth I Of England & The Wyatt Rebellion

Elizabeth vehemently denies the implication she had anything to do with the Wyatt Rebellion that took place in order to overthrow her older half-sister Queen Mary I of England. In a heart-wrenching letter, Elizabeth pleads her innocence on all the charges.

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Tudor History | Queen Mary I Of England’s Letters of Reconciliation To King Henry VIII

Queen Mary of England was the daughter of King Henry VIII and his first wife Catherine of Aragon. She was born at Greenwich on February 18th, 1516. Mary’s life was troubled early on with the public divorce and multiple marriage disasters of her father King Henry.

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The Story of Edith Cavell | Shocking Letter Describing Last Moments Of A WWI Hero

Edith Cavell was a British nurse who had the courage to save the lives of soldiers on both sides of WWI without discrimination. The consequences she faced for this were fatal and cost the young women her life. She was executed on October 12th, 1915 for war crimes.

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