AT LEAST ONE THOUSAND SLAUGHTERED AS BRITISH TROOPS SACK DELHI.
[ 20 September 1857 ]
Today in 1857, after a week of fierce street fighting, British troops under General Sir Archdale Wilson finally obtained the surrender of the remaining pockets of Indian Mutineers still holding out in the city.
SOUTH AFRICA ACT 1909 CREATES THE LEGAL FOUNDATION FOR APARTHEID
[ 20 September 1909 ]
Today in 1909, the British parliament passed the South Africa Act which laid the legal foundation for apartheid South Africa. Section 35 restricted voting rights in three of the four provinces in the newly created Union of South Africa to white males.
BRITISH AUXILIARY FORCES SACK THE IRISH TOWN OF BALBRIGGAN
[ 20 September 1920 ]
On 20 September 1920, Head Constable Peter Burke, a Royal Irish Constabulary officer, was brutally gunned down outside a public house in the small Irish town of Balbriggan. He was the commander of a British ‘Black and Tan’ auxiliary police force unit which was stationed nearby.
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