“To protect those least able to protect themselves. That much, at least, has not changed. That was ever the sole purpose and duty of kingship. Since the beginning of time it has not changed.”
#MarchIntoThe70s | 18: #AnarchyInTheUK
📷: Made with Typorama
My current #audioread is written by Princess Diana‘s secretary. With her from the late 80s up until her death, Patrick Jephson had an intimate view of the unraveling of the Royal marriage and its aftermath.
At 19+ hours, this is a long one and I‘m unsure of how I feel about it yet. #anarchyintheUK #marchintothe70s
#AnarchyintheUK | Richard finds himself in subterranean London, a bizarre city all its own. This was super not for me, but I know a lot of folks love it (including my husband).
📷: Rob Cartwright
A different take for #AnarchyInTheUK. In the Brontë Siblings‘ made up world of Glass Town, no one dies, Napoleon rides a porcelain rooster, suitcases can turn into wonderful modes of transportation and so much more. That sounds a bit like anarchy to me, but maybe not the worst kind ?
#MarchIntoThe70s #Day18 #AnarchyInTheUK One Of the original English anarchists is Guy Fawkes.November 5th 1605, a group of English Catholics hid 36 barrels of gunpowder in a cellar underneath the Westminster House Of Parliament.Though Robert Catesby led the group, the devout Guy Fawkes is more remembered after his capture & torture. They were hoping to unseat King James I & bring back the Catholic Church after Henry VIII‘s Protestant Reformation.