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December 20, 1914

The First Lord of the Admiralty, in a letter to the Mayor of Scarborough, stigmatizes the German raiders as “the baby killers of Scarborough.” … 13 more words

1914

Quotes on Zionism

The Balfour Declaration

Foreign Office
November 2nd, 1917

Dear Lord Rothschild,

I have much pleasure in conveying to you. on behalf of His Majesty’s Government, the following declaration of sympathy with Jewish Zionist aspirations which has been submitted to, and approved by, the Cabinet:

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Update on "Russia Crisis" Hamiltonian System, Is Key to Solving the Strategic Crisis

The Putin government has not yet responded to the financial nuclear war measures launched against it this week, although they clearly see them as acts of war, as LaRouche warned yesterday. 326 more words

Economy

Racist Imperialism: Eeeow-where's we get that idea?

I try to only post pretty encouraging stuff on here, so if this subject is too heavy for you, feel free to skip this. However, it is animated and has its funny moments. :)

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Human Nature

Professor L.F. Giblin's view of the Australian trade policy during the interwar years

The Giblin collection reveals Professor L.F. Giblin’s practical view of the Australian economy, challenging set approaches to empire. Recognising Australia’s interests and unique economic circumstances, Professor Giblin argued for greater responsibility in dealing with unemployment and falling trade during the Great Depression. 131 more words

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Empires and Spheres of Influence

“The War demonstrated to the world, including ourselves, that the British Empire was not an abstraction but a living force to be reckoned with.” David Lloyd George, 1921… 1,572 more words

British Empire

Suez and the end of empire

As a reminder

The Suez crisis is often portrayed as Britain’s last fling of the imperial dice. In 1956, the globe was indeed still circled by British possessions and dependencies, from the Caribbean in the west to Singapore, Malaya and Hong Kong in the east… 8 more words

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