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The Russian Revolution and the Russian Civil WarThe Russian Revolution and the Russian Civil War
In the space of a few days in February 1917, Tsarist Russia came to an end. The Romanov family, who had ruled Russia since the seventeenth century, was overthrown and the monarchy was no more
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The Russian Revolution and Civil War The Tsar\The Russian Revolution and Civil War The Tsar's regime till 1914 Russia up to 1914
Black Sea in the west to the Bering Sea in the extreme east of the Asian continent. It also had a huge population that included, alongside Russians, large numbers of Germans, Poles, Slavs and Asians
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The Impact of Methodism on the Industrial Revolution in EnglandThe Impact of Methodism on the Industrial Revolution in England
The exact times of the Industrial Revolution (or even if it is properly called a revolution at all) is subject to debate. For purposes of this paper, the period discussed will be 1730 to 1850
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The tregenza familyThe tregenza family
Information concerning living or possibly living family members has been removed to inhibit identity theft
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80 years of social housing in vienna introduction80 years of social housing in vienna introduction
Vienna’s social housing originated from an internationally acknowledged reform programme in the 1920s and has been developing for eighty years. 60 of all Vienna households live in subsidised apartments, including 220,000 in council housing
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When did you come over? The Story of Irish Migration to Britain IntroductionWhen did you come over? The Story of Irish Migration to Britain Introduction
Emigration is a mirror in which the Irish nation can always see its true face”
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Immigration and Scottish society (1) Irish emigration to Scotland in the 19th and 20th centuries Early emigrationImmigration and Scottish society (1) Irish emigration to Scotland in the 19th and 20th centuries Early emigration
Irish roots were beginning to be laid in Scotland. Prior to the great famine of 1846–7, emigration from Ireland could best be described as a trickle. After the famine it became a flood
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An introduction to migration and empireAn introduction to migration and empire
Australia, Canada and parts of the British Empire. Many of these emigrants were young. Although the origins of this dispersal have been popularly thought to have been rural, a result of the Highland Clearances
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General Topic 3: Party Politics 1900-1940General Topic 3: Party Politics 1900-1940
The importance and consequences of the main political developments in Wales and England to 1940
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