• Acquisition of Singapore by British
    The Acquisition of Singapore by the British. The description of the Island of "Pu Luo Chung" is the original and earliest written trace or record of Singapore which was a Chinese account of the 3rd century, probably a paraphrase of the Malay Pulau Ujong, "island at the end" . The Sejarah Me...
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  • The British Rule in Palestine
    History, 26.11.10 // Nina Schwartz The British rule in Palestine The relation between the Arab and the Jews in Palestine became more and more crucial after the First World War and deteriorated further during the British rule in Palestine and beyond that. Some consider that their degrading was...
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  • British
    The Cambridge Companion to Modern British Culture British culture today is the product of a shifting combination of tradition and experimentation, national identity and regional and ethnic diversity. These distinctive tensions are expressed in a range of cultural arenas, such as art, sport, journ...
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  • British Worldwide Expansion
    BRITISH WORLDWIDE EXPANSION BRITISH WORLDWIDE EXPANSION WALES: • 1536: Act of Union (Henry VIII) • 18th C  South East Wales vs. Old Wales in C& N • Voting rights in Parliament (Tories expelled) SCOTLAND: • 18th Century: Parliaments Unified (Act of Union) • Industrial areas vs. Highla...
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  • Do You Agree That the Pm Enjoys Absolute Power Within the British System of Government?
    -Do you agree that the PM enjoys absolute power within the British system of government?- The claim that in Britain the political system is in transition towards a prime ministerial government is a very controversial subject of discussion in modern times. The aim of this essay is to prove that t...
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  • Mercantilist Relationship Between the American Colonies and the British Government
    Mercantilist Relationship between the American Colonies and the British Government Randi Roselle BE/HS 310-03 Professor W.M. Gorman February 13, 2012 Mercantilism is an economic policy and theory where the government has complete control of trade, both foreign and inside boundaries. This poli...
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  • British Civilisation
    Research paper Bangladesh A project on British History ant Civilization CONTENT INTRODUCTION 3 1. INTRODUCTION TO THE ORIGIN AND STRUCTURE OF THE COMMONWEALTH 4 1.1. A HISTORY 4 1.2. THE MODERN COMMONWEALTH 6 2. BANGLADESH 8 2.1. SOME HISTORICAL FACTS 8 2.2. GEOG...
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  • A Soldiers Family in the British Army During the War of 1812
    A Soldier's Family in the British Army during the War of 1812 by Robert Henderson Piecing together the experiences of the common soldier's family is a very difficult task. Unfortunately there appears to be no written letters or journals from wives of privates or non-commissioned officers from the...
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  • Journey of British Colonies, Towards Independence
    The journey of the thirteen former British Colonies transitioning toward a union of independent states in 1776 began because of many economic and independence related grievances. Although many historians do believe that the transition had begun with the first European settlement among the land in th...
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  • ‘Opposition Parties Don’t Win General Elections, Government Lose Them’ How Valid Is This View in Relation to the 1906 British General Election?
    ‘Opposition parties don’t win General elections, Government lose them’ How valid is this view in relation to the 1906 British General Election? The Liberals lapped on the conservatives weaknesses, and used that to their strengths. The leadership of Campbell-Bannerman proved as a success...
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  • Judicial Administration of British India Uptill 1790
    INTRODUCTION:- History comprises of the growth, evolution and development of the legal system in the country and sets forth the historical process whereby a legal system has come to be what it is over time. The legal system of a country at a given time is not the creation of one man or of one day b...
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  • Actions Speak Louder Than Words
    Title: Actions speak louder than words: comparing automatic imitation and verbal command Authors: Helge Gillmeister, Arnaud Badets and Cecilia Heyes University College London, London, UK Corresponding author: Helge Gillmeister Department of Psychology, University College London, 26 Bedford Way...
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  • ‘in Comparison with the ‘Unwritten’ British Constitution, a Written Constitution Creates a Much More Rational Framework of Power.’
    ‘In comparison with the ‘unwritten’ British constitution, a written constitution creates a much more rational framework of power.’ A constitution is a framework of rules that govern an organisation; it therefore defines the powers, rights, duties and allocates them appropriately to partic...
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  • Indian Parliament
    PARLIAMENT IN INDIA AND SHORT NOTES ON OTHER PARLIAMENTS By, T.Vishnu,...
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    America Essay The Declaration of Independence states that all men are created equal, but this wasn't always the case. The United States of America began from the original Thirteen Colonies. Through their unity, they overcame a much stronger opponent, Great Britain. This has lead to the Thirteen Co...
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  • British Legion
    The Royal British Legion is the nation’s leading Armed Forces charity, providing care and support to all members of the British Armed Forces past and present, and their families. For 90 years it has also been the national custodian of Remembrance, safeguarding the Military Covenant between the na...
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  • Usair - British Airways Alliance
    1. INTRODUCTION This report documents work carried out in the course of a team project concerning the case study: “British Airways – USAir: Structuring a Global Strategic Alliance”. The project fulfills partial requirements of the Strategic Management course of Harvard Summer School and has...
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  • Differential Treatment of Natives in British Columbia and Oregon
    Treatment of Native Peoples in the Pacific Northwest It is an interesting experience to be enrolled in a History of the Pacific Northwest course geared, so far, at examining the racial interactions of our past while also taking a Multicultural Issues in Education course reflecting on the issues we...
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  • Reading in British and American Cultre
    1 Readings in the American and British Cultures Level 4 Spring 2003 Instructor Prof. Dr Reema Al-Jurf 2 Table of Contents Culture ............................................................................................... 3 Characteristics of Culture ......................
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  • How Far Did British Society Change Between 1939 and the Mid-1970s
    How far did British Society change between 1939 and the mid-1970s How far was Britain a multicultural society in 1939? The main immigrant group in Britain in 1939 was Jews, who lived predominantly in London and other big cities, such as Leeds. Some immigrant Jews had been living in Britain...
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