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20th century England - dates

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20th century England - dates - 1914 Britain declares war on Germany. Until the 1940s, the First World War was known in Britain as `the Great War'. Although the Allies won the First World Was British people do not usually talk of the war or the victory with pride, because of the v. large number of e...

Dates from the 17th century England

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Dates from the 17th century England 1603 James VI of Scotland becomes James I of England - union of the crowns of Scotland and England under James VI of Scotland 1605 The Gunpowder Plot: a group of Catholics fail in their attempt to blow up the king in Parliament. It is a plan by English Catholics ...

England - kingdom with a Germanic culture

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England as one kingdom with a Germanic culture - In spite of the division between Wessex and the `Danelaw' the cultural differences between Anglo- Saxons and Danes were comparatively small. They led roughly the same way of life and spoke two varieties of the same Germanic tongue (which combined to f...

England during the 17th century

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England during the 17th century - The Stuart monarchs were less successful than the Tudors. They quarreled with Parliament and this resulted in Civil War. - When James I became the first English king of the Stuart dynasty, he was already king of...

Great Britain during the medieval times

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Great Britain during the medieval times - Despite English rule, northern and central Wales was never settled in great numbers by Saxons or Normans. As a result the (Celtic) Welsh language and culture remained strong. Eisteddfods, national festival of welsh song and poetry, continued throughout the ...

History of England-important dates from the 18th century

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History of England - Important dates from the 18th century -1707 The Act of Union joins the Parliament of Scotland with that of England and Wales. -1746 At the Battle of Culloden, a government army of English and lowland Scots defeats the highland army of Charles Edward, who, as a grandson of the la...

Medieval period-important dates

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Medieval period - important dates 1066 The Battle of Hastings - King Harold of England defeated and killed by William the Conqueror's army. 1086 King William's officials complete the Doomsday Book a very detailed village-by-village record of the...

Stonehenge-description

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Stonehenge For people in Britain today the chief significance of the prehistoric period is its sense of mystery. This mystery is most easily found in the astonishing monumental architecture of this period, the remains of which exist throughout the country. - The county of Wiltshire in the south-west...

The Christianization of England

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The Christianization of England - Anglo- Saxons were pagan when they came to Britain. In Britain during the sixth and seventh centuries Christianity spread from two different directions. - It came directly from Rome when a monk Saint Augustine arriv...