On this day 17th of November 1970 the computer mouse was patented by Douglas Englebart.
William Bowen had an extensive naval career before the outbreak of the First World War on 4th of August 1914.
The registration for free tickets to Historic Environment Sites opened today, Tuesday 12 November at ticketgiveaway.co.uk.
On 10th of November 1871 American journalist Henry Morton Stanley met the Scottish explorer, missionary and campaigner against slavery Dr David Livingstone at Ujiji, near Lake Tanganyika in Central Africa
Percy Searle was from Exmouth. At age 18 Percy signed on for 12 years with the Royal Navy.
Five brothers from the Howarth family served in World War 1.
On 3rd of November 1957, the USSR (Union of Soviet Socialist Republics) launched a rocket containing the dog Laika in it.
On this day, 27th of October 1955, Rebel Without A Cause had its premiere in Los Angeles, California.
Georg Ludwig von Hannover was crowned as King George I of Great Britain and Ireland.
Some of the most iconic features of Scotland’s coasts are the many lighthouses that were so crucial in preventing shipwrecks, saving lives and goods.