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J. N. L. Myres built upon this suspicion and speculated that belief in Pelagianism reflected an actively provincial outlook in Britain and that Vortigern represented the Pelagian party, while Ambrosius led the Catholic one.
J. P. Harris states that most Luftwaffe leaders from Goering through the general staff believed as did their counterparts in Britain and the United States that strategic bombing was the chief mission of the air force and that given such a role, the Luftwaffe would win the next war and that:
In Britain, H. J.
Britain and the Roman Empire: the evidence for regional and long distance trade ’, in Jones, R. F. J.
The jet industry and allied trades in Roman Britain ’, in Wilson, P, and Price, J.
In his work Finn and Hengest, J. R. R. Tolkien argued that Hengist was a historical figure, and that Hengist came to Britain after the events recorded in the Finnesburg Fragment and Beowulf.
Mary J. Hickman writes that " plastic Paddy " was a term used to " deny and denigrate the second-generation Irish in Britain " in the 1980s, and was " frequently articulated by the new middle class Irish immigrants in Britain, for whom it was a means of distancing themselves from established Irish communities.
It was spread to Britain by the influence of A. J. Ayer.
Dirk Van der Cruysse: Sophie de Hanovre, Memoires et Lettres de Voyage, Fayard Paris, 1990 ; also Sophia of Hanover: From Winter Princess to Heiress of Great Britain, J. N.
In a letter to the Washington Evening Star published after the explosion, Muenter writing under an assumed name, said he hoped that the detonation would “ make enough noise to be heard above the voices that clamor for war .” J. P. Morgan ’ s company served as Great Britain ’ s principal U. S. purchasing agent for munitions and other war supplies.
* August 4 – Gen. John J. Pershing, in a nationwide radio broadcast, urges all-out aid to Britain in order to defend the Americas, while Charles Lindbergh speaks to an isolationist rally at Soldier Field in Chicago.
Steven J. Zaloga and Richard Hook write that " by the war's end the Polish Army was the fourth largest contingent of the Allied coalition after the armed forces of the Soviet Union, the United States and the Great Britain.
The most common type of wire paper clip still in use, the Gem paper clip, was never patented, but it was most likely in production in Britain already in the early 1870s by " The Gem Manufacturing Company ", according to the American expert on technological innovations, Professor Henry J. Petroski.
* Paper Circle: Origami Out of Hand, exhibition by origami artists Tomoko Fuse, Robert J. Lang, and David and Assia Brill of Great Britain
The other front matter provides an extensive preface, a dedication to the Anglican schools of Great Britain and Ireland, recommendations from educators and a full-page poetic encomium to Dilworth by J. Duick:
* G D H Cole, Aneurin Bevan, Jim Griffiths, L F Easterbrook, Ait William Beveridge, and Harold J Laski, Plan for Britain: A Collection of Essays prepared for the Fabian Society ( Not illustrated with 127 text pages ).
* Raymond Horricks: " The Importance of Being Eric Dolphy ", D J Costello Publishers Ltd., Great Britain, 1989.
British general J. F. C. Fuller, architect of the first great tank battle at Cambrai, and his contemporary, B. H. Liddell Hart, were amongst the most prominent advocates of mechanization and motorization of the army in Britain.
* J. F. C. Harrison, Robert Owen and the Owenite Movement in Britain and America: The Quest for the New Moral World, Routledge and Kegan Paul, London, 1969.
* J Parry, The Rise and Fall of Liberal Government in Victorian Britain ( Yale University Press, New edition, 1996 )
* Woodcock, T., Robinson, J., Heraldry in Historic Houses of Great Britain, p. 46-51, pb.
* d ' Aguilar, J., Dommanget, JL., and Prechac, R. ( 1986 ) A field guide to the Dragonflies of Britain, Europe and North Africa.
* Daunton, M. J. ( 1995 ) Progress and Poverty: an economic and social history of Britain, 1700-1850, Oxford University Press, ISBN 0-19-822281-5
In non-European English-speaking nations, the nut of the J. regia is often called the " English walnut "; in Great Britain, the " common walnut.

Britain and .
The Nazis bombed Britain, so the RAF retaliated and shot them all down.
Had the situation been reversed, had, for instance, England been the enemy in 1898 because of issues of concern chiefly to New England, there is little doubt that large numbers of Southerners would have happily put on their old Confederate uniforms to fight as allies of Britain.
John Adams fashioned much of pre-Revolutionary radical ideology, wrote the constitution of his home state of Massachusetts, negotiated, with Franklin and Jay, the peace with Britain and served as our first Vice President and our second President.
The active sponsor of Jefferson's measure for religious liberty in Virginia, Madison played the most influential single role in the drafting of the Constitution and in securing its ratification in Virginia, founded the first political party in American history, and, as Jefferson's Secretary of State and his successor in the Presidency, guided the nation through the troubled years of our second war with Britain.
He played the leading role in negotiating the treaty with Great Britain that ended the Revolution, and directed America's foreign affairs throughout the Confederation period.
Captain Heard did not communicate with any strange vessels because of the possibility of war between the United States and Britain.
Another good friend of the Coolidges' was George B. Harvey, who was the Ambassador to Great Britain from 1921 to 1923.
Britain in the nineteenth century is a textbook designed `` to give the sense of continuous growth, to show how economic led to social, and social to political change, how the political events reacted on the economic and social, and how new thoughts and new ideals accompanied or directed the whole complicated process ''.
Yet Britain In The Nineteenth Century became the vade mecum of beginning students of history, went through edition after edition, and continues to be reprinted up to the very present.
The History takes too much for granted to serve as a text for other than English schoolboys, and like Britain in the nineteenth century it deteriorates badly as it goes beyond 1870.
He saw the age as one in which Britain `` settled her free constitution '' and attained her modern place in the world.
It was therefore not until the publication of J.H. Round's `` The Settlement Of The South And East Saxons '', and W.H. Stevenson's `` Dr. Guest And The English Conquest Of South Britain '', that a scientific basis for place-name studies was established.
Almost inevitably, the first result of this technological revolution was a reaction against the methods and in many cases the conclusions of the Oxford school of Stubbs, Freeman and ( particularly ) Green regarding the nature of the Anglo-Saxon conquest of Britain.
On the other hand, the consensus of opinion is that, used with caution and in conjunction with other types of evidence, the native sources still provide a valid rough outline for the English settlement of southern Britain.
They, however much they were in disagreement with the late Victorians over the method by which Britain was Germanized, agreed with them that the end result was the complete extinction of the previous Celtic population and civilization.
) of Celtic art forms and a considerable proportion of the Celtic population, reject any institutional legacy from pre-Anglo-Saxon Britain.
Those who do have occasion to deal with the invasions in a more general way, like T.W. Shore and Arthur Wade-Evans, are on the side of a gradual and often peaceful Germanic penetration into Britain.
What they meant was that there was no evidence to show that the south and east coasts of Britain received Germanic settlers conspicuously earlier than some other parts of England.
That is, there was no trace of Anglo-Saxons in Britain as early as the late third century, to which time the archaeological evidence for the erection of the Saxon Shore forts was beginning to point.
in other words its existence belongs to the period of Roman Britain.
We also know that the Saxon Shore as reflected in the Notitia was created as a part of the Theodosian reorganization of Britain ( post A.D. 369 ).
In Britain, obviously, the archaeological and place-name characteristics of the Saxon Shore region are bound to be Saxon.
Had Churchill been returned to office in 1945, it is just possible that Britain, instead of standing fearfully aloof, would have led Europe toward union.
The Communist coup in Czechoslovakia in 1948 was followed immediately by the conclusion of the Brussels Treaty, a 50-year alliance among Britain, France and the Benelux countries.
Britain until recently went along in some areas with all of the enthusiasm of the groom at a shotgun wedding.

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