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Today in History with a Twist: October 15, 2013

They Didn't Want Cake!

1793 - Queen Marie-Antoinette of France is tried and convicted in a swift, pre-determined trial in the Palais de Justice, Paris, and condemned to death the following day. - Kind of fitting that the judge was playing acting just like Marie-Antoinette liked to do.

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Today in History with a Twist: October 14, 2013

1066 - The Norman forces of William the Conqueror defeated the English army and killed King Harold II of England at the Battle of Hastings, which was actually fought on Senlac Hill, seven miles from Hastings. The death of Harold II did not immediately give William the crown.