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The Terror - Episode 8: "Terror Camp Clear"

AMC’s The Terror
Episode 8: “Terror Camp Clear”
Directed by Tim Mileants
Written by David Kajganich

* For a recap & review of the previous episode, “Horrible from Supper” – … 972 more words


World War I British press photograph collection

The digital World War I British press photograph collection is a project of the University of British Columbia Library. In the 1930’s the British consulate in Seattle gave the University of British Columbia some 6,000 photographic prints. 145 more words

Audiovisual Material

The History of England in a Dozen Maps (La historia de Inglaterra en doce mapas)

1. Doggerland (8000 B.C. / 8000 a.C.)

“Dogger. Gale warning.
Gale warning issued 14 March 03:43 UTC¹.
Wind southeast 4 or 5, increasing 6 to gale 8.

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Discussion of being Brown among British subjects

British subjects means British citizens both in the UK and overseas, as well as citizens of ex-British colonies.

I cringed on reading an article by a Singaporean Chinese who had come to study in the UK claiming « racism doesn’t exist » in the UK, and having a discussion where a Malaysian Chinese praised the British for « liberating Malaya from the communists ». 216 more words

EHS 2018 special: Long-term effects of financial crises

by Chenzi Xu (Harvard University)

The global financial crisis of 2008 was not unique. It had a precedent in the London banking crisis of 1866. Just as in 2008, the crisis began in the core financial market and spread to the periphery, the same happened in 1866. 353 more words

19th Century

Am I Making A Silly Point?

The very English game of Cricket has had a profound influence on global events, particularly in the last couple of hundred years. Actually, coming from the county of Kent in the south east of England, I need to change that to ‘the very K… 973 more words

Archer's Archives

Government Under Fire For Attorney-General's Misconduct

The Australian Government has come under fire from international figures with the Attorney-General NatLearmount attracting Empire attention because of his misconduct with Isle of Man officials. 267 more words