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Sherlock Holmes Tweets to @Watson

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Twitter Historian on December 14th 2011 in 1900-1950, UK Tweets

The King’s Tweet #imacelebrity

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Big radio address tomorrow. If I mess up, I’ll just play it off with “I’m a celebrity, get me out of here!” or something. (From @KingsSpeech, King George VI)

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Twitter Historian on November 9th 2011 in 1900-1950, UK Tweets

Winner: Houdini’s Tweet in the Blank

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Congratulations to Patrick Kelly! His Houdini tweet won the vote last week and now he is the winner of a free copy of Historical Tweets: The Completely Unabridged and Ridiculously Brief History of the World.

Patrick’s Tweet:


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Twitter Historian on June 15th 2010 in 1900-1950, Tweet in the Blank

Winner: Walt Disney’s Tweet in the Blank

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Congratulations to RC! His Walt Disney tweet won the vote last week and now he is the winner of a free copy of Historical Tweets: The Completely Unabridged and Ridiculously Brief History of the World.

RC’s Tweet:



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Twitter Historian on June 7th 2010 in 1900-1950, Entertainment, Tweet in the Blank

Tweet in the Blank: What’s Your Favorite Magic Twick?

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This week’s tweet in blank figure is the master of illusion, Harry Houdini. What Would Houdini Tweet?

Give your best guess in the comments below — your tweet could win you a free copy of our new book Historical Tweets: The Completely Unabridged and Ridiculously Brief History of the World.

As always, the reasonably official rules are: we’ll select our favorite quotes from the comments below and then allow fans to vote on the best one — most votes wins the book.

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Twitter Historian on June 2nd 2010 in 1900-1950, Tweet in the Blank, Uncategorized


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