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the lock of greying red hair preserved at Wilton, Queen Elizabeth I is said to have given to Philip Sidney in 1572 when she was thirty-nine

the lock of greying red hair preserved at Wilton, Queen Elizabeth I is said to have given to Philip Sidney in 1572 when she was thirty-nine

This is a Lunch menu from the Titanic it's valued at $50,000 to $75,000. This was on the American version of Antiques Roadshow.

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Wilhelm Stemmermann (23 October 1888 – 18 February 1944) was a highly decorated General der Artillerie in the Wehrmach. He was killed 18 February 1944 while attempting to break out of the Battle of the Korsun–Cherkassy Pocket

Wilhelm Stemmermann October 1888 – 18 February was a highly decorated General der Artillerie in the Wehrmach. He was killed 18 February 1944 while attempting to break out of the Battle of the Korsun–Cherkassy Pocket

HIM Emperor Franz Josef of Austria. Died:  November 21, 1916, aged 86. Franz Joseph died in the Schönbrunn Palace in 1916 in the middle of the war, two years after the assassination of his heir Archduke Franz Ferdinand. He is buried in the Imperial Crypt in the Capucin Monastery of Vienna alongside his wife Empress Elisabeth, who was stabbed to death by an Italian anarchist in 1898, and his son Rudolf, who is thought to have committed suicide.

HIM Emperor Franz Josef of Austria. Died: November aged Franz Joseph died in the Schönbrunn Palace in 1916 in the middle of the war, two years after the assassination of his heir Archduke Franz Ferdinand. He is buried in the Imperial Crypt

A letter, dated April 10, 1912, from a first class passenger onboard the Titanic (written by passenger George Graham of Harriston of Canada, a sales manager for the Eaton's department store company, to a business colleague in Berlin, Germany) was sold at auction by Spink Smythe in New York City for $16,100-setting the world record for the most expensive letter from Titanic.

A letter, dated April from a first class passenger onboard the Titanic (written by passenger George Graham of Harriston of Canada,.

Vera Salvequart (November 26, 1919 – June 26, 1947) was a Sudeten German nurse at Ravensbrück concentration camp from December 1944 to 1945. Salvequart was found guilty of war crimes by the British and on June 26, 1947, she was hanged by Albert Pierrepoint in Hamelin jail

Vera Salvequart (November 1919 – June was a Sudeten German nurse at Ravensbrück concentration camp from December 1944 to Salvequart was found guilty of war crimes by the British and on June she was hanged by Albert Pierrepoint in Hamelin jail

“The Deserters Fate”, [Civil War-era carte de visite portrait of a Union soldier, killed for desertion, with a firing squad looming behind] “ Robert I. Alotta’s Civil War Justice-Union Army Executions under Lincoln cites

Marie Antoinette's shoe

vivelareine: “ This broken shoe, believed to have been worn by Marie Antoinette and gifted to one of the men who escorted the royal family from the assaulted Tuileries palace on August was.