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The eighteen century England

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The eighteenth century England - Politically, this century was stable. Monarch and Parliament got on quite well together. One reason for this was that the monarch's favorite politicians, through the royal power of patronage (the ability to give people jobs), were able to control the election and vot...

The Germanic invasions

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The Germanic invasions (410-1066) - One reason why Roman Britannia disappeared so quickly probably that its influence was largely confined to the towns. In the countryside where most people lived, farming methods had remained unchanged and Celtic speech continued to be

The Glorious Revolution in England

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The Glorious Revolution in England - The Glorious Revolution (`glorious' because it was bloodless) followed, in which Prince William of Orange, ruler of the Netherlands, and his Stuart wife Mary, accepted Parliament's invitation to become king and queen. In this way it was established that the mona...

The industrial revolution

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The industrial revolution - It was cultural change that was most marked in this century. Britain gradually expanded its empire in the Americas, along the west African coast and in India. The increased trade which resulted from the links with these ...

The Medieval period in Great Britain

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The Medieval period in Great Britain (1066-1485) - 1066 - it's the most famous date in English history. On the 14th of October 1066 an invading army form Normandy (a part of northern France on English Channel) defeated the English at the battle of...

The nineteenth century, British empire

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The nineteenth century - Britain in this century was most powerful, wealthy and self-confident. After the industrial revolution it was producing more than any country in the world. - Not long before this century began, Britain had lost its most important American colonies in a war of independence. W...

The nineteenth century-dates from the period

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The nineteenth century - important dates from the period - There were great changes in social structure. Most people lived in towns and cities. They no longer depended on country landowners for their living but rather on the owners of industries. These factory owners held the real power in the count...

The Normans in Great Britain

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The Normans in Great Britain - The strong system of government which the Normans introduced meant that the Anglo-Norman Kingdom was easily the most powerful force in the British Isles. Not surprisingly therefore, the authority of the English monarch gradually extended to other parts of these islands...

The rise of Protestantism in England

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The rise of Protestantism in England - 1547-53 Protestantism becomes official religion in England Protestant - a member of a part of the Christian church that separated from the Roman Catholic Church in the 16th c. There are many divisions within the church but in general Protestants believe in the...

The Roman period in Great Britain

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The Roman period in Great Britain (43-410) After two expeditions by Julius Cesar in 55 and 54 BC, contact between Britain and the Roman empire world grew, culminating in the Roman invasion of AD 43 (a well planned invasion by 40,000 to 50,000 Roman...