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The Battle of Waterloo was fought on 18 June 1815.

18/06/2019

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On 17 June 1567, Mary Queen of Scots was imprisoned at Loch Leven Castle. ...

17/06/2019

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Judith Valleley highlights three remarkable Glaswegian women who played their part in the struggle for female ...

17/06/2019

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Scottish golfer 'Old Tom Morris' was born on 16 June 1821.

16/06/2019

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Poet Thomas Campbell died in Boulogne, France on 15 June 1844.

15/06/2019

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John Logie Baird, the man who created the world's first successful publicly demonstrated television, died on 14 ...

14/06/2019

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Scientist James Clerk Maxwell was born on 13 June 1831. ...

13/06/2019

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Astronomer Sir David Gill was born on 12 June 1843.

12/06/2019

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Army@TheFringe is returning to Edinburgh for a third year with another programme of shows that explore life in and ...

11/06/2019

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Scientists believe they have discovered the site of the biggest meteorite impact ever to hit the British Isles - ...

10/06/2019

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Jacobite and Spanish troops were defeated by government forces at the Battle of Glen Shiel on 10 June 1719. ...

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A team of archaeologists working at the scene of Scotland’s ‘forgotten’ Jacobite rising have uncovered the first ...

10/06/2019

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