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Oh, Elton!

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Posted by: Twitter Historian on November 3rd 2011

Posted In: 21st Century, UK Tweets

Henry VIII Offers Marriage Advice

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Posted by: Twitter Historian on November 2nd 2011

Posted In: Comically Old, UK Tweets

Choose Your Favorite Blackbeard Tweet

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Once again, Land lovers and scallywags from all over sent in their best Tweets for this weeks Tweet in the Blank, Blackbeard.

We’ve chosen our favorites, and you get to choose who wins a free copy of the new Historical Tweets book!

The tweet with the most votes below by Tuesday (June 15) will get a free copy of Historical Tweets: The Completely Unabridged and Ridiculously Brief History of the World.

Keep your eye out for brand new opportunities to win a free book, and make sure you get out to your local bookstore and ask for Historical TweetsThe perfect Fathers Day’s gift.

Blackbeard Tweets... Choose Your Favorite:

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Posted by: Twitter Historian on June 16th 2010

Posted In: 1700s, Tweet in the Blank

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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Posted by: Twitter Historian on June 15th 2010

Posted In: 1900-1950, Tweet in the Blank

Tweet in the Blank: Blackbeard

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What would Blackbeard tweet?

Our contest continues — 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.

The reasonably official rules: we’ll select the best quotes from the comments and then allow fans to vote on the best one — most votes wins the book

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Posted by: Twitter Historian on June 9th 2010

Posted In: 1700s, Tweet in the Blank, Uncategorized


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