Category: Improbable Victorian History

1889: The year Hitler was born, looks Bogus.

This will be a start of a series. I will investigate people born in 1889. I will endeavour to find out how the people/characters born in 1889, affected the 20th Century. And in particular, World War II. To start with 89 is a FIBONACCI NUMBER. And 1889 is the 290th Prime Number. Vaslav Nijinsky (the […]

Did Queen Victoria really exist? A 26 point guide.

Princess Victoria was born on the 24th of May, 1819. Princess Victoria’s father, died on the 23rd of January, 1820. Princess Victoria’s father, Edward, died 8 months, or 245 days (including the last day) later. 245 days is the same as Victoria’s birthday, on the 24th of May.  The 24th of May is the 144th […]

Napoleon: “A Solar-God”

There is nothing more deceptive than an obvious fact.MR SHERLOCK HOLMES in The Boscombe Valley Mystery by Sir Arthur Conan Doyle. Napoleon Bonaparte did not exist. The wars, associated with Napoleon Bonaparte, likely, did not happen. Rather than being a man, Napoleon Bonaparte is, likely, part of a 19th century Sun-God mythology. His name, examined […]

Did a dandy like Benjamin Disraeli, really become Prime Minister; twice?

(WORK IN PROCESS) “I believe that nothing in newspapers is ever true,” said Madame Phoebus. “And that is why they are so popular,” added Euphrosyne; “the taste of the age being so decidedly for fiction.”― Benjamin Disraeli, Lothair “The world is governed by very different personages from what is imagined by those who are not behind the […]

The Journals Of Lewis Harcourt spin Queen Victoria tale.

(WORK IN PROCESS) Mr Harcourt’s diaries came to light in 2003, as extracts were published in historical magazine The British Diarist. Harcourt’s diaries contain the following: “On February 17, 1885, he wrote: “Lady Ponsonby [the wife of the Queen’s private secretary] told the HS [the home secretary: the author’s father] a few days ago that […]