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The Diary of Louis Henry Sayer Born: 25 August 1896 – Died: 12 March 1987The Diary of Louis Henry Sayer Born: 25 August 1896 – Died: 12 March 1987
Uncle ‘Lou’ who, in April 1914, decided to travel to Canada to pursue a career and I guess, probably, the life of a farmer. This was however cut short as he was conscripted into the Canadian army and found himself on the battlefields of the Somme
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Chc 2D 50’s, 60’s, ‘70s,‘80s,90’s to Present DayChc 2D 50’s, 60’s, ‘70s,‘80s,90’s to Present Day
The last 6 decades of the 20th century saw many changes to Canadian society. Canadians were faced with new challenges and new opportunities. Your task is to examine these events, topics and aspects of Canadian history
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A short History of AustraliaA short History of Australia
Star and the Southern Cross. The Union Jack in the upper left corner recognizes the history of British settlement. Below the Union Jack is a white Commonwealth or Federation star
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A short History of AustraliaA short History of Australia
Star and the Southern Cross. The Union Jack in the upper left corner recognizes the history of British settlement. Below the Union Jack is a white Commonwealth or Federation star
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Europe and the AntipodesEurope and the Antipodes
Antipodes (meaning literally “having feet opposed”). Being situated at the bottom of the world, and being everything that Europeans were not/ did not want to be, this antipodean continent offered itself readily as a receptacle
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History This historical timeline represents a snapshot of the history of Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander (atsi) people, showing the impact of European settlement. 40 000 years agoHistory This historical timeline represents a snapshot of the history of Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander (atsi) people, showing the impact of European settlement. 40 000 years ago
Known for human fossils and artefacts that record Aboriginal occupation of the area from about 40 000 years ago. Concentrations of animal bones are evidence of hunting and fishing
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Cultural shifts, changing relationships: australia and the united statesCultural shifts, changing relationships: australia and the united states
Americanisation of popular culture created the conditions in which American investment and military alliances were accepted without popular opposition”’
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[ 13 ] american/global: australian/local philip Bell and Roger Bell[ 13 ] american/global: australian/local philip Bell and Roger Bell
Second, we evaluate the claim that cultural infiltration and coercion by American ‘soft power’ has strengthened during the past decade
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Being AustralianBeing Australian
Explains changes the community and family life and evaluates the effects of these on different individuals, groups and environments
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Migration/population debates in britain and australia 1915-40Migration/population debates in britain and australia 1915-40
The older, less pessimistic Malthus (in his third stage, in terms of Michael Roberts’s structure) had seen migration as a possible alleviator of tension between human fertility and nature’s resources
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British Identity in Crisis Richard Fries, London 1 Introduction May I start with a quotationBritish Identity in Crisis Richard Fries, London 1 Introduction May I start with a quotation
We have the character of an island nation – independent, forthright, passionate in defence of our sovereignty. We can no more change this British sensibility than we can drain the English Channel.’
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Traditional British valuesTraditional British values
Under the proposals, all 11 to 16-year-olds will learn about free speech and democracy in the uk, as well as about the contribution of different communities to building a modern, successful country
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Modern World History: Notes: Origin of LiberalismModern World History: Notes: Origin of Liberalism
And third, in the Enlightenment, European scientists and philosophers began to develop new ideas and theories based on logic and study of the natural world that challenged the legitimacy of the traditional powers of Europe and offered new ways to
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Canada’s historyCanada’s history
The arrival of the European traders, soldiers, missionaries, and colonists changed the native way of life forever. Many Aboriginals died of European diseases to which they lacked immunity
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The origins and development of the anglo-irish conflictThe origins and development of the anglo-irish conflict
British regular soldiers stationed in the area. On August 18, 1969, British Army reinforcements began arriving, hoping to avoid a long-term conflict. Their hopes were in vain
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