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Topics in alphabetical order


A

AdvertsAgriculture, Airfields, Air Malta

Architecture, Armed Forces, Auberges 


B

Balconies Banking, Barrakka Lift, Battles & Sieges, Bee Keeping,
Bishops of Malta, Broadcasting Bus Routes


C

Cantilena, Capitani della Verga, Carnival, Clock TowersChristianity in Malta

CinemasCoastal Towers, Computers, Constitutional Development

Corsairing Activities , Cotton Industry, Court Presidents, Crafts, Currency


D-E 

Dairy History, Early Christian Sites Earthquakes,

Elections, Electricity


F

 Feudal Lords, Fish, Fishing, Food Fortifications

French Blockade, French Blockade Batteries, A French Blockade Diary,

The Fougasse


G – H

 Gas, Ghonnella Governors of Malta, Gozo Boat, Gozo Ferry

Grandmasters of Malta,  Grand Harbour, Harbour Ferries

Hospitals (Civil)Hospitals (Military), Hospitals (Naval),

Hospitals (Midwifery), Hospices for the Elderly


I – L

Inquisition, Lascaris War Rooms Legal System, Lighthouses, Lira


M  

Magisterial Palace, Main GuardMalta – EU, Malta 1091-1814,

Malta from 1814, Malta in 1575,

Maltese Language History, Maltese Language Origins

Maritime Ex Votos, Medical History, Militia list 1419-20

Ministerial Cabinets, M.P.s since 1921 Music (Traditional)


N – P

National Symbols, Notable Dates Oil Exploration, Parliament,

Perit, Petroleum, Carrier PigeonsPolice, Postal History

Presidents Prime Ministers, Printing Public Transport


R – S

RecipesReferenda,

St John‘s, Saluting Battery, Sea Malta, Semaphore Towers

SenateSpeakers of the HouseSlavery and the Maltese 

St John‘s, St. John’s TombstonesStreet Vendors, Sundials ,Symbols


T – Z

Time Keeping, Uprisings & Revolts, Valletta Houses, Valletta Entrances,

Vassallo, Walled Cities, War Rooms, Watch Towers

WWII Convoys,  Windmills,


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6 responses to “QUICK SEARCH

  1. joseph Scerri

    August 20, 2014 at 1:21 pm

    Very, Very interesting, Thanks.

     
  2. Michael Cook

    June 29, 2014 at 9:29 pm

    What a magnificent site. I was at RN School Malta 1952 to 1956 and returned as a soldier 1964 to 1968. I will spend many a happy hour looking for memories. Thank you.

     
  3. Tony Pace Feraud

    February 10, 2014 at 5:57 am

    What a great site. I thoroughly enjoyed watching The Chalet – Sliema segment. That is where I had my first beer when I was just a teenager.

     
  4. jim gregory

    November 28, 2013 at 3:26 pm

    I am rather keen to find a chart or list of bastions, curtains, ravelins, etc around Malta and Gozo with dedicated names.

     
  5. Anne Howell

    October 14, 2013 at 4:41 pm

    I would like to see information specifically on the Maltese language.

    Is it in another section that I may have missed?

     

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