Death of Napoleon
Napoleon Bonaparte, defeated Emperor of France, died in exile on the island of St Helena at the age of 51 years.
Timeline for Napoleon Bonaparte
6th May 1960 – Princess Margaret, sister of Queen Elizabeth II, married Antony Armstrong-Jones at Westminster Abbey.
7th May 1915 – The passenger liner Lusitania was sunk by a German torpedo because it was believed to be carrying weapons to Britain. The act caused an international outcry and Germany promised not to target passenger liners.
8th May 1926 – Birth of Naturalist David Attenborough
9th May 1865 – The American Civil War ended with victory for the northern Unionist states
10th May 1940 – Winston Churchill replaced Neville Chamberlain as Prime Minister of the United Kingdom.
11th May 1502 – Christopher Columbus embarked on his fourth voyage to the Americas.
Queen Elizabeth II (The Crown)
Prince Charles (The Crown)
Queen Victoria (Victoria)
Ragnar Lothbrok (Vikings)
Ivar the Boneless (Vikings)
King Alfred the Great (Last Kingdom)
Uhtred the Bold (Last Kingdom)
King Henry V (The King)
Elton John (Crocodile Rock)
Freddie Mercury (Bohemian Rhapsody)
Cosimo de Medici (Medici)
Lorenzo the Magnificent (Medici)
Raedwald King of East Anglia (The Dig)
Published Oct 22, 2020 @ 12:40 pm – Updated –