All deleted tweets from politicians

RT @DarthPutinKGB: OTD in 1939 the USSR sent congratulations to Nazi Germany for the conquest of Warsaw. The sort of thing an ally would do https://t.co/nhn1meJLvo

RT @dcb_dbc: The artist Tom Thomson died in Algonquin Park, Ontario, #OTD 1917. The verdict at the inquest was "death by accidental drowning." The hurried nature of the inquest, however, left many questions unanswered. ow.ly/Gkfa50Atggd 📷@LibraryArchives https://t.co/XkygI30eCg

RT @FrenchHist: #OTD 1815 The Battle of Waterloo results in the defeat of Napoleon Bonaparte by the Duke of Wellington and Gebhard Leberecht von Blücher forcing him to later abdicate the throne of France for the second and last time. https://t.co/lmLECijZeI

RT @wrkclasshistory: #OtD 20 February 1895, African-American abolitionist and advocate for women's rights who escaped slavery Frederick Douglass died in Washington DC aged 77 #blackhistory #blackhistorymonth https://t.co/UYPCKkYysn

RT @JacobitesEdu: #OTD | The Prince moved 2 miles further into the mountain on 5 September 1746 to Cluny's 'Cage' in the face of 'a very rough high rocky mountain called Litir-na-lic which is still a part of Benalder'. #FlightOfBonniePrinceCharlie Map: maps.nls.uk/geo/explore/si… https://t.co/mYLGJcUIb2

RT @labour_history: #OTD 1997. Tony Blair becomes Prime Minister. “For eighteen long years my Party has been Oppsition. It could only say. It could not do. Today we are charged with the deep responsibility of Government. Today it is enough of talking. It is time now to do” https://t.co/a8vGclprxu

RT @rgpoulussen: RT @rgpoulussen: #OTD in 1945. The Express cartoonist Giles sketching as Cromwell tank crewmen work on their vehicles. #WW2 #HISTORY https:…

RT @JohnnyMercerUK: OTD in 1988 Cpls Derek Wood and David Howes were lynched by a mob in Belfast. One of the most horrific killings of the troubles; their killers were released under GFA. It’s a painful watch, but necessary to understand why recent developments are so wrong. https://t.co/7m8hNhMes9

RT @NobelPrize: Today we celebrate the bravery and achievements of Werner Forssmann, born #OTD, who put his life at risk by performing the first human heart catheterisation - on himself. The experiment in 1929 paved the way for many types of heart studies and led to a #NobelPrize. https://t.co/xawvDVK3TX

Radosław Sikorski (po) retweeted @AJC_CE :

RT @AJC_CE: #OTD in 1943 Jewish prisoners of the death camp at #Treblinka launched a revolt attacking German and Ukrainian guards. 300 inmates escaped, but only 100 survived the massive SS manhunt. We honor the courage of those who rebelled and remember the 800K who were murdered. #Zakhor! https://t.co/2u6buB4M8q