After a series of 25 bombings throughout Britain, the Angry Brigade was prosecuted in one of the longest criminal trials of English history. As a result of the trial, John Barker, Jim Greenfield, Hilary Creek and Anna Mendelssohn received prison sentences of 10 years.
Andrew Jackson killed Charles Dickinson in a duel.
After Dickinson accused Jackson of cheating on a horse race bet, then insulting his wife, Jackson challenged him to a duel. In the duel, Dickinson wounded Jackson, but Jackson shot him in the chest and he bled to death.
For her execution, Joan of Arc asked two of the clergy to hold a crucifix in front of her. After her death, they burned the body two more times to turn it into ash, and threw her ashes in the Seine river to prevent anyone from collecting her ashes.
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