Britain (tagged articles)
Paul Hagan - When Britain and France signed what became known as the ‘Entente Cordiale' in 1904, it brought into being an era of mutual cooperation between two neighbours whose past had often made them the best of enemies. The partnership served and survived two World Wars... Keep Reading »
Melissa S. McHugh - On November 21, 1945, Robert H. Jackson, the Chief Prosecutor for the United States of America opened the prosecution’s case against German defendants in Nuremberg, Germany. The war in Europe had ended only six months earlier, many of the buildings in Nuremberg... Keep Reading »
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Miles G. Kellerman - Of the European Union’s twenty-seven member states, no country is more sceptical of political and economic integration than Great Britain. The English are profoundly independent and inherently suspicious of their continental neighbours; an attitude no doubt inspired... Keep Reading »
Craig Stewart-Hunter - "Britain can take" it refers to a film produced by the Ministry of Information in 1940, which had been originally titled “London can take it” and produced for the American public. The film portrays a rather happy go lucky picture of Britain during... Keep Reading »
Jeremy Blackburn - It cannot have escaped any layman’s notice that the United Kingdom will very soon cease to mean anything to anybody at all, if it does indeed mean anything to anybody at the moment. Nationalism and devolution have ripped the soft underbelly of the Union apart... Keep Reading »
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