In 933 Edwin was drowned in a shipwreck in the North Sea. His cousin, Adelolf, Count of Boulogne , took his body for burial at the Abbey of Saint Bertin in Saint-Omer . According to the abbey's annalist, Folcuin, who wrongly believed that Edwin had been king, he had fled England "driven by some disturbance in his kingdom". Folcuin stated that Æthelstan sent alms to the abbey for his dead brother and received monks from the abbey graciously when they came to England, although Folcuin did not realise that Æthelstan died before the monks made the journey in 944. The twelfth-century chronicler Symeon of Durham said that Æthelstan ordered Edwin to be drowned, but this is generally dismissed by historians. [e] Edwin might have fled England after an unsuccessful rebellion against his brother's rule, and his death probably helped put an end to Winchester's opposition. 
Ronnie, i wanna ask you something, but this is out of the topic. I’m Indonesian and i’m a new English teacher in my school. The first time i saw my students, they were very nice to greet me, Good morning ing, how are you, im fine thank you and you, nice to see the next day, i saw all the students say the same thing like they’ve said to me. Was is weird? i mean, is it appropriate? Don’t we have to say ,”good morning” only? Please,,if it is a mistake, i have to tell my students about this. I hope you reply my question. Thanks
All this does not mean that Italian fascism was tolerant. Gramsci was put in prison until his death; the opposition leaders Giacomo Matteotti and the brothers Rosselli were assassinated; the free press was abolished, the labor unions were dismantled, and political dissenters were confined on remote islands. Legislative power became a mere fiction and the executive power (which controlled the judiciary as well as the mass media) directly issued new laws, among them laws calling for preservation of the race (the formal Italian gesture of support for what became the Holocaust).