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Absolutely fascinating session by @ourcriminalpast today - looking forward to working with them in the future https://t.co/nzkSGsXE33

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We continue to use many #FirstWorldWar slang words today... https://t.co/MINSZ6G81S #WW1 #slang #DidYouKnow

Childbirth, infancy and childhood: bedtime read by @JessBrandwood on one writer's recollections of health and the working-class family @Writing__Lives https://t.co/b6Ovlb2ixx

‘Welsh criminal history is under-researched, and 'Crime, Courts and Community in Mid-Victorian Wales' opens a new window onto the experiences of the people of Montgomeryshire.’ https://t.co/gPGTSNXkCo #twitterstorians #welshhistory #victorianhistory

#OtD 16 June 1953 construction workers in East Berlin downed tools against a 10% increase in work norms, sparking a ten-day uprising across the country. Workers formed strike committees, took over state media, and fought the army. https://t.co/cd1sCrdkeA

"There is a danger that where home-working becomes too strongly branded as a ‘family-friendly’ option for women, gender segregation is further entrenched."
Trace the history of home-working with Summer Showcase exhibitor @HistorianHelen: https://t.co/wI3XlgspCU

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In my @HistoryToday article on Lady Chatham, I talk about a machine used to treat her rheumatism through electrical therapy. Here's a picture of one, pioneered by surgeon Miles Partington, who treated Lady C in 1785. #history #twitterstorians #histmed

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