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  Sandal - Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia
SS-4 Sandal is the NATO reporting name for the R-12 Dvina theatre ballistic missile.
Sandal, England is a suburb of Wakefield (having previously been the larger settlement in the 1400s), in the county of West Yorkshire, England, by the River Calder.
Sandal Castle is a castle of Norman origin which was the venue for the Battle of Wakefield in the Wars of the Roses.
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The Yorkists and Lancastrians joined battle between Sandal Castle and Wakefield Bridge.
The twilight of Sandal as a village, but also a fascinating dip into the archives.
Sandal Magna, Poverty and Prosperity in the 19th Century.
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