The german unification, 1815-1870The german unification, 1815-1870
Confederation under the presidency of Austria. There was a widespread movement for closer unity in 1848, a movement resisted by Austria
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Events (Bishop Auckland, 1868), War, Canto III: Raby, Keverstone, Staindrop, &c.; The Railway Jubilee; Ode to Ingelborough, and Other Select Poems and Songs
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6. Slave-trade suppression and the culture of anti-slavery in nineteenth-century Britain6. Slave-trade suppression and the culture of anti-slavery in nineteenth-century Britain
Slave-trade suppression and the culture of anti-slavery in nineteenth-century Britain
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The Rise of Youth Counter Culture after World War II and the Popularization of Historical Knowledge: Then and Now Theresa Richardson, Ph. D. Paper Presented at the Historical Society 2012 Annual MeetingThe Rise of Youth Counter Culture after World War II and the Popularization of Historical Knowledge: Then and Now Theresa Richardson, Ph. D. Paper Presented at the Historical Society 2012 Annual Meeting
Ion after World War II is examined in relationship to the changing nature of childhood and youth as a social construct. The profanations of youth culture challenged the domain assumptions of modernity and in so doing ushered in a post-modern worldview and a
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Paul Wheeler University of Chichester College Lane Chichester West Sussex po19 6pe tel: 01243 816357Paul Wheeler University of Chichester College Lane Chichester West Sussex po19 6pe tel: 01243 816357
The popular impression of British soccer’s relationship with the rest of the world until the late 1950’s was one of selfish, arrogant, isolation
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History Lab: Was the Industrial Revolution ultimately good or bad for society? Background: The Industrial Revolution SourceHistory Lab: Was the Industrial Revolution ultimately good or bad for society? Background: The Industrial Revolution Source
Instead, it was a revolution of ideas and industry. The invention of machines instantly changed the way people made goods. It also changed the way people lived and thought. This time of rapid change is known as the Industrial Revolution
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Civilising Markets: Traditions of Consumer Politics in Twentieth-Century Britain, Japan, and the United StatesCivilising Markets: Traditions of Consumer Politics in Twentieth-Century Britain, Japan, and the United States
In Markets in Historical Contexts, eds Mark Bevir and Frank Trentmann
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