October 30, 1460 - Henry VI is again King of England after the Earl of Warwick defeats the Yorkists. He wouldn't remain king for more than a few months.
October 30, 1485 - Henry VII is officially crowned King of England.
October 30, 1938 - Orson Welles's radio broadcast of H.G. Wells's "The War of the Worlds" causing panic in the US. Many thought the broadcast was real.
October 30, 1944 - Anne Frank and her sister Margot are transported from Auschwitz to the Bergen-Belsen concentration camp.
October 31, 1795 - English romantic poet John Keats was born.
November 1, 1396 - Richard II and Isabella of France married in France.
November 1, 1604 - Shakespeare's Othello is presented for the first time at Whitehall.
November 1, 1611 - Shakespeare's The Tempest is presented for the first time at Whitehall.
November 1, 1765 - The British government enacts the Stamp Act.
November 1, 1894 - Nicholas II becomes the new (and last) Czar of Russia upon the death of his father Alexander III.
November 2, 1083 – Matilda of Flanders, wife of William the Conqueror, died in Normandy.
November 2, 1160 – Henry the Young King, son of Henry II and Eleanor of Aquitaine, and Marguerite of France, daughter of King Louis VII, were married in Normandy.
November 2, 1483 – Henry Stafford, 2nd Duke of Buckingham, is executed for treason by Richard III.
November 3, 1783 - Highwayman John Austin is the last person to be publicly hanged at Tyburn in London.
November 4, 1470 - Edward V, son of Edward IV and Elizabeth Woodville, is born in sanctuary at Westminster Abbey.
November 5, 1605 - Guy Fawkes was arrested when his plan to blow up Parliament and James I was discovered.