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Ye Cracke is a pub in Rice Street off Hope Street in Liverpool, England. The name is in Old English: the "Y" is a thorn and the "e" on the end of "Cracke" is silent, thus the name is pronounced "The Crack". Despite the name, Ye Cracke is a 19th-century pub. The "War Office" is a small room in the pub, which is the oldest part of the pub. It has historical connections with The Beatles because it was frequented by John Lennon and his girlfriend Cynthia when they were at art school, as well as the Dissenters, to whom a plaque hangs in the bar.

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  • Ye Cracke es un pub de la Rice Street de , Liverpool, Inglaterra. La "Y" es un thorn (Þ), el nombre es prounounciado "The Crack". A pesar del nombre faux, inglés antiguo, Ye Cracke es en realidad una casa pública del siglo XIX. La War Room es una pequeña habitación de madera en el bar, que es la parte más antigua de la taberna. Una interesante colección de una veintena de planos de edificios locales se muestran en la pared, y todos estos datan de la década de 1960. Tiene conexiones históricas con The Beatles (ya que era frecuentado por John Lennon y su novia Cynthia cuando estaban en la escuela de arte) y The Quarrymen (a la que una placa se cuelga en la barra). Los doctores y han concebido las técnicas descritas en su libro de 1946 A Milestone in Anaesthesia, mientras estaban en el pub. (es)
  • Ye Cracke is a pub in Rice Street off Hope Street in Liverpool, England. The name is in Old English: the "Y" is a thorn and the "e" on the end of "Cracke" is silent, thus the name is pronounced "The Crack". Despite the name, Ye Cracke is a 19th-century pub. The "War Office" is a small room in the pub, which is the oldest part of the pub. It has historical connections with The Beatles because it was frequented by John Lennon and his girlfriend Cynthia when they were at art school, as well as the Dissenters, to whom a plaque hangs in the bar. Thomas Cecil Gray and John Halton conceived the techniques described in their 1946 book A Milestone in Anaesthesia while in the pub. (en)
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  • Ye Cracke in April 2010 (en)
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  • Ye Cracke es un pub de la Rice Street de , Liverpool, Inglaterra. La "Y" es un thorn (Þ), el nombre es prounounciado "The Crack". A pesar del nombre faux, inglés antiguo, Ye Cracke es en realidad una casa pública del siglo XIX. La War Room es una pequeña habitación de madera en el bar, que es la parte más antigua de la taberna. Los doctores y han concebido las técnicas descritas en su libro de 1946 A Milestone in Anaesthesia, mientras estaban en el pub. (es)
  • Ye Cracke is a pub in Rice Street off Hope Street in Liverpool, England. The name is in Old English: the "Y" is a thorn and the "e" on the end of "Cracke" is silent, thus the name is pronounced "The Crack". Despite the name, Ye Cracke is a 19th-century pub. The "War Office" is a small room in the pub, which is the oldest part of the pub. It has historical connections with The Beatles because it was frequented by John Lennon and his girlfriend Cynthia when they were at art school, as well as the Dissenters, to whom a plaque hangs in the bar. (en)
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