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Papers On European History
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Britain And The Cold War, 1945-91 By Sean Greenwood
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A 5 page paper that presents an overview of the entitled book. In this volume, Greenwood asserts that Britain's role in the Cold War has most often been understated and worse, the role of Britain during these years has been misunderstood as well as misrepresented. The author uses documents from the archives of governments that have been made available to put forth his discussion and conclusions. Bibliography lists 1 source.
Filename: PGbrtcl.rtf

Britain During the Time of George Elliot
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This 5 page paper looks at the United Kingdom's history during 1819 – 1880. Issues included in the paper are the social structure of classes and wealth, the political attitudes, colonial power and military might. The bibliography cites 3 sources.
Filename: TE181980.wps

Britain's Economic Decline 1870 - 1970
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A 9 page paper discussing the reasons. Following the great prosperity of the Industrial Revolution, Britain essentially rested on its laurels and did little else aside from watching those laurels wilt. War traditionally is followed by periods of great economic growth, but Britain was ill-prepared for that growth following World War I and allowed itself to be subject to the high-tax policies of John Maynard Keynes following World War II. Keynesian policies essentially removed private sector incentive for taking any responsibility for rebuilding either the country's infrastructure or its economy. There are many reasons for the decline during the century of 1870-1970, but the primary one is that of poor management. Bibliography lists 5 sources.
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Britain's Resistance To The Euro
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7 pages in length. Nearly one thousand years of monetary consistency is a long time for any currency to exist, which is why Britain is so resistant to accepting the new and unifying aspect of the European Euro expected to take hold and challenge even the most secure of global currencies, including the American dollar. After World War II, nearly every global currency felt the detrimental impact of postwar attempts to once again bolster the world's economy, with the Bretton Woods system at the forefront of this most difficult time. Now that the Euro is destined to become the primary standard of European currency, Britain continues to stand firm upon its conviction that it will not surrender the pound sterling for another monetary system it deems as a very real concern to British strength; however, speculation contends that Britain's political and economic influence throughout Europe will remain peripheral if it remains outside the Euro. Bibliography lists 9 sources.
Filename: TLCEuroB.rtf

Britain’s Premiere Role in Industrialization
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This is a 7 page paper discussing the processes which lead to the reason why Britain was the first country in the world to industrialize. In the early 1700s, Britain’s mining, iron and textile industries were largely labour based and much of the country was still agricultural in its lifestyle. During the next century and a half however, Britain became the leading country in the industrial revolution, tripled its population and became the world’s leading producer of manufactured goods. Several elements played key factors in Britain leading the industrial revolution. Firstly, on a national scale, Britain had one of the best developed road and canal systems which enabled them to transport goods efficiently and manufacturers and businessmen were well supported in any upgrading methods they developed. These goods were also easily exported on a global scale by Britain’s expansive naval fleet of ships. Being an island nation provided Britain with certain advantages: firstly, they were separated from the wars on the continent which allowed them to progress industrially without interruption; and, their shipping fleet was maintained for overseas trade and security. Demands in the textile industry lead to machines which increased production in the weaving and spinning sectors. Increased production in the textile industry required further energy sources from water and steam which resulted in steam engine inventions which also proved exceedingly useful in the mining and iron processes. Britain was able to produce a vast amount of manufactured goods which were easily transported and unaffected by the Napoleonic Wars which slowed down industrial progress throughout Europe. The effects of the industrial boom are seen in the population growth at the time which more than tripled to over 21 million largely concentrated in the industrialized cities. Bibliography lists 4 sources.
Filename: TJBritI1.rtf

BRITAIN: A NATION OF WAR
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This 4 page paper discusses the warfare of Great Britain and the impact of the various wars. Brief overview of each major war and the results. Bibliography lists 3 sources.
Filename: MBbritwar.rtf

BRITISH CATTLE PRODUCTS AND THE EUROPEAN UNION
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This 8-page paper focuses on various questions concening the late 20th century problem of "mad cow" disease in Britain, the resultant ban on British beef throughout the EU, and the resulting British policy on non-cooperation. Also under discussion was the outbreak of foot-and-mouth disease during 2001. Bibliography lists 9 sources.
Filename: MTmadcow.rtf

British Cinema
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A five page paper which looks at the extent of the influence which the Christian church had on the early development of cinema in Britain. Bibliography lists 4 sources.
Filename: JLbritfilm.rtf


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