Soviet army begins offensive at Oranienbaum/Wolchow
Offensive Behaviour at Football and Threatening Communications (Scotland) Act 2012
The Offensive Behaviour at Football and Threatening Communications (Scotland) Act 2012 was an Act of the Scottish Parliament which created new criminal offences concerning sectarian behaviour at football games. The Act was repealed on 20 April 2018.
Tet Offensive attack on Joint General Staff Compound
The attack on the Joint General Staff Compound (JGS), the headquarters of the Republic of Vietnam Military Forces, occurred during the early hours of 31 January 1968. The JGS was located east of Tan Son Nhut Air Base. The attack by Vietcong (VC) forces was one of several major attacks on Saigon in the first days of the Tet Offensive. The attack was repulsed with the VC suffering heavy losses; no material damage was done to the compound.
An Excellent Medley Which You May Admire At (Without Offense)
An Excellent Medley Which You May Admire At (Without Offense) is an English broadside ballad from the 17th century, written by Martin Parker and sung to the tune of The Spanish Pavan or Tarleton's Medley. The ballad does not tell a narrative, but rather collects lines of "contrary sense" and puts them together for humorous effect. Copies of the broadside can be found in the British Library and the National Library of Scotland.