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1/5 The contest between Republican Thomas Dewey and Democrat President Truman in 1948.
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5/5 Casanova accepts an invitation to a masked ball at the Winter Palace in St Petersburg.
4/5 Casanova arrives in London, where he falls for the city's most infamous courtesan.
3/5 Casanova inveigles himself into the lavish court of Louis XV, where he causes a stir.
2/5 Casanova's scandalous affair with a married woman forces him to leave Rome.
1/5 Giacomo Casanova's parents send him away from Venice for his health.
5/5 After Margaret's fatal accident, what of Frances?
4/5 Lloyd George's relationship with Frances intensifies.
3/5 Lloyd George makes a speech at the Welsh Baptist Chapel as an impressed Frances looks on.
2/5 Lloyd George marries Maggie Owen as his political career takes off.
1/5 Lloyd George's youth consisted of hard work, chapel, and the need to charm.
5/5 As the plague recedes, it becomes clear that life in rural England will never be the same.
4/5 The bells of Walsham ring unceasingly for each new soul that falls foul of the plague.
3/5 John Chapman is among the first to be struck down by the pestilence.
2/5 The people of Walsham embark on a pilgrimage to the holy shrine of Walsingham.
1/5 Rumours of a terrible pestilence abound in the Suffolk village of Walsham.
5/5 Americans became obsessed with beauty products in the 20th century.
4/5 Public baths arrived during the Victorian age.
3/5 In the 18th century it became fashionable not to wash.
2/5 The major religions had vastly differing views on cleanliness.
1/5 Our obsession with bathing started with the Romans and the Greeks.