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The growth of the British Empire was an ostentatious symbol of this influence. Therefore, Britain’s aim was to safeguard its global position and that meant that there had to be peace. Britain’s commercial power depended on maintaining its
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World War I and the Russian RevolutionWorld War I and the Russian Revolution
Canadian John McCrae served as a military doctor on the Western Front in World War I. In 1915, McCrae wrote the following poem in the voice of those he had watched die
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Were the British soldiers of The Western Front ‘Lions Led by Donkeys’?Were the British soldiers of The Western Front ‘Lions Led by Donkeys’?
The traditional answer to this question is simply yes! The scale of human devastation during World War One has often been blamed on incompetent leadership
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Does General Haig deserve the title \Does General Haig deserve the title 'Butcher of the Somme'?
He, too, has been criticised for the way he managed the war and has been nicknamed, the ‘butcher of the Somme’ after the disastrous battle of the Somme in 1916 when tens of thousands of troops died. Is this criticism fair?
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Were the British soldiers of The Western Front ‘Lions Led by Donkeys’ (John Laffin)?Were the British soldiers of The Western Front ‘Lions Led by Donkeys’ (John Laffin)?
The traditional answer to this question is simply yes! The scale of human devastation during World War One has often been blamed on incompetent leadership
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Unit 11 Terms Balkan CrisesUnit 11 Terms Balkan Crises
Albania. The Ottomans, Greece, Serbia, and Romania defeated Bulgaria. Serbia got half of Macedonia but still wanted Albania as a port to the Adriatic. The Austrians prevented Serbia’s wish though. This also upset the Russians
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Assess the importance of the alliance between Scotland and France in shaping Tudor foreign policy in the period 1485-1603 IntroductionAssess the importance of the alliance between Scotland and France in shaping Tudor foreign policy in the period 1485-1603 Introduction
Assess the importance of the alliance between Scotland and France in shaping Tudor foreign policy in the period 1485-1603
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A citizen of America to the Citizens of EuropeA citizen of America to the Citizens of Europe
Congress of the United States of America “to send commissioners to Europe to confer with the ministers of all the neutral powers for the purpose of negotiating preliminaries of peace, I address this letter to you on that subject
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Henry VIII: Foreign Policy to 1547Henry VIII: Foreign Policy to 1547
Is it an irony that so much change occurred in the 1530’s during the reign of a monarch who was essentially a medieval king in his approach to foreign affairs?
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The Crimean war The war started in October 1853 and ended in February 1856The Crimean war The war started in October 1853 and ended in February 1856
The Crimean war was the conflict between Russia on one side and France, Great Britain, the Ottoman Empire and the Kingdom of Sardinia on the other
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