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The Doctor Who History Tour No. 10 was, as the name suggested, the tenth story in The History Tour series by Tim Quinn and Dicky Howett. The eighth part covered the Victorian era and featured yet another Dalek invasion.
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- According to the Doctor, the fashionable crinolined frocks were the perfect disguise for a Dalek task force.
- The Doctor states the Victorian era was a time of high standards and stiff upper lips.
- During the Dalek occupation, "bagging a Dalek" became a popular sport amongst big game hunters.
- According to the Doctor, after the Dalek casing took over from Elephant's feet as umbrella stands their fate was sealed from three-legged elephants who could no longer make a living.
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- As a result of the Doctor's TARDIS obstructing the title panel, the name of this story actually reads The Doctor Who History T No. 10.
- For unknown reasons, this story was the only instalment of The History Tour that was not reprinted in It's Even Bigger on the Inside.
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