November 3, 1914: She bombarded Turkish fortifications
defending the Dardanelles on 3 November 1914 before
returning to the United Kingdom in February 1915 where
she was assigned to the 2nd Battlecruiser Squadron. - HMS Indefatigable (1909), Wikipedia.
September 22, 1915: The three former
battleships departed the United Kingdom on this duty on 22
September 1915, arriving at Mudros on 7 October 1915. - HMS Magnificent (1894), Wikipedia.
October 18, 1922: The British Broadcasting Company Ltd was a British
commercial company formed on 18 October 1922 by British and
American electrical companies doing business in the United Kingdom
and licensed by the British General Post Office. - British Broadcasting Company, Wikipedia.
November 26, 1927: The first professional association of public health officers in
Sri Lanka was the Society of Medical officers of health which was
established during the British colonial era on 26 November
1927. - College of community physicians, Wikipedia.
September 15, 1944: It consisted of a series of
attacks between 4 September to 15 September 1944, on the German
defences in and around the village of Gemmano. - Battle of Gemmano, Wikipedia.
November 12, 1945: She returned to the United Kingdom on 12 November 1945 and
transported troops until June 1946, when she was placed in reserve
until 1949. - HMS Cumberland (57), Wikipedia.
October 15, 1948: To promote increased safety and cooperation between the separate US and British airlift efforts, the Allies created a unified command – the Combined Airlift Task Force under Maj. - Berlin Tempelhof Airport, Wikipedia.
October, 2006: Satellite Broadcaster Sky announced that they had acquired the rights to show seasons three and four of Lost, for reportedly £700,000 per episode (nearly $1,500,000). - United Kingdom, Lostpedia_wikia.
September 11, 2007: Following popular opposition to
attempts to force people in Britain to use metric measurements European CommissionerGünter
Verheugen stated on 11 September 2007 that not only were there
no plans to oblige the United Kingdom to abandon the imperial
measure, but also that European legislation would be enacted to
guarantee the future use of the imperial unit. - Weights and Measures Act, Wikipedia.