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Great Britain one Empire on the union of the Dominions of Great Britain by inter-communication with the Pacific and the East, via British North America, with suggestions for the profitable colonization of that wealthy territory by Millington Henry Synge

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Published by Parker in London .
Written in English


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Pagination124 p.
Number of Pages124
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Open LibraryOL24360422M

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What Roy MacLaren’s book is all about is to look at the official relations between Canada, the senior dominium in the British Empire, and Britain, as mediated through these figures. These were the High Commissioners – that is to say, in non-Empire or Commonwealth terms, the . Die Proofs of Waterlow & Sons, Part 1 by Colin Fraser and Robson Lowe Covers Great Britain and the Empire to , pages, well illustrated and annotated, card, $ The Royal Image, Stamp Portraits of British Monarchs by L. E. Young , 84 pages, card, Cockrill booklet No. 51, $ Book Description In almost one quarter of the earth's surface was British. When the empire and its allies went to war in against the Central Powers, history's first global conflict was inevitable. It is the social and cultural reactions to that war and within those distant, often overlooked, societies which is the focus of this volume. Although Britain's overseas empire may not have been "acquired in a fit of absence of mind," as one of its most prominent historians once alleged, neither was it the brainchild of politicians and bureaucrats in London. Why, then, has so much imperial history been written from this metropolitan perspective? Timothy Parsons strongly contends that the scope and duration of this, the largest of 2/5(2).

  I thought I was going to have more meat in this book. Each empire has about 17 pages to itself, including 2 pages of pictures, maps and chronology. I was hoping for more. But, it is a very interesting book because it opened new horizons. There are a lot of future readings, so many empires were just s: 7. The biographer, Anthony Seldon talks us through the best books on British prime ministers and the journalist Daniel Finkelstein looks at British Conservatism. Professor David Cannadine, editor of the Oxford Dictionary of National Biography, chooses the best books on the British Empire, explaining how it got started and why it fell apart. British Empire throughout the world exhibited in one view. Contributor Names Bartholomew, John, - Great Britain--Territories and possessions--Maps J. Dictionary of books relating to America from Contributor: Jefferson Exhibit Collection.   As with other great imperial constructs, the British empire involved vast movements of peoples: armies were switched from one part of the world to another; settlers changed continents and.

  BBC Culture contributor Jane Ciabattari polled 82 book critics from outside the UK, to pick Britain’s best novels ever – this is what some had to say about the top choices. Empire and how the representation of imperial service in masculine terms impacted upon the behaviour of Irish people who served the cause. An-other, fundamental question concerns the motivation behind England’s (later Britain’s) involvement with Ireland, and the issue of proWt and loss to Britain from that engagement down through the centuries. Great Britain is an island in the North Atlantic Ocean off the northwest coast of continental an area of , km 2 (80, sq mi), it is the largest of the British Isles, the largest European island, and the ninth-largest island in the world. The island is dominated by a maritime climate with narrow temperature differences between seasons.   The British Empire once infamously covered a quarter of the globe. One way to write about the history of the world is through the history of empires built up by conquest. Historians in the 20th and 21st centuries often write about them as aberrations, doomed to fall, yet they've actually formed the most common and cohesive political structure for centuries, far more common.