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 seaside piers (in Britain)
 seaside postcards (in Britain)
 Seasons, The - by Haydn
 SEATO (Southeast Treaty Organization)
 Seaton Delaval Hall
 Sebastian - king of Portugal
 Sebastopol - in the Crimean War
  - captured by Germans in 1942
 Secani - or Gypsies
 Secombe, Harry
 Second Coalition - in 1798-9
 second best bed - to Anne Hathaway
 Second Folio - of Shakespeare's plays
 Second Intermediate Period - in ancient Egypt
 Second International - founded in 1889
 Second Mrs Tanqueray
 seconds - in multiples of 60
  - first use in timekeeping
 Secotan - and Roanoke Island
 Secretary of State (in Britain)
 secret ballot - and the Ballot Act of 1872
 Secret Garden (Burnett)
 Sedan - battle in 1870
  - river crossing by Germans in 1940
 sedan chair - in 17th century
 Seddon, Professor - Peripheral Nerve Injury Centre
 Sedgemoor - battle in 1685
 Sedgwick, Adam - geologist
  - geological periods
 Segesta - Greek temple
 Segontium (Caernarfon)
 Ségou - and Mungo Park
 Segrave, Henry
 segregation - in south USA from 1870s
 Sehzade mosque - in Istanbul
 sei-i-tai-shogun - Japanese military title
 Sei Shonagon - and her Pillow Book
 Seisser, Hans von - in the Munich putsch
 Sejanus - and the emperor Tiberius
 sejm - Polish parliament
  - Poland and Lithuania
 Sekigahara - battle in 1600
  - as a turning point in history
 Selborne - Gilbert White
 Seleucia - cities founded by Seleucus
 Seleucid empire
  - and Syria
 Seleucus - Hellenistic ruler
  - founder of cities
  - and Doura-Europos
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