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Disraeli’s Handling of the Balkan Crisis represented the triumph of style over substance

In some parts of the Balkan crisis Disraeli’s handling of the crisis was a triumph for style over substance. One example of style being a success is when Disraeli moved 700 0 troops from India to Malta. He did this to show Russia that he was willing to use force to top them taking Constantinople….

The Schlieffen Plan

1. a) In Source A, what does Crown Prince Wilhelm mean by the following statement: “This view of life is un-German and does not suit us.” (3) In Source A, by the statement “This view of life is un-German and does not suit us”, Crown Prince Wilhelm speaks of the German lifestyle and how the…

How far do these three sources suggest that Wolsey monopolized political power 1510-1529

Wolsey was not born into a noble family and at the age of only fifteen he entered Oxford University and his ambition was to be Pope which was the most powerful position due to religious beliefs, this can easily be demonstrated as his determination and hunger for power in political matters. Wolsey was always a…

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What were the differences in dress between rich and poor people during Tudor times

The Tudor period commenced with the ascension of Henry VII to the throne in 1485 and ceased with the death of his granddaughter Elizabeth I in 1603, who left no children. During these times the population of Britain nearly doubled, leading to food shortages, unemployment and price rises. For many families life changed dramatically, for…

How The Schlieffen Plan Was Meant To Work

This was a plan devised by Colonel Von Schlieffen in 1905. The plan was devised to help Germany to avoid a war on two fronts against Russia and France. Graf Von Schlieffen thought that Russia would be extremely slow to mobilise and that would give Germany time (approximately one and a half to two weeks)…

Past times

Terrible times are always going to be ahead of us. For most people protesters are seen to be doing something just to show how much they believe in a certain thing. When the word Protest is used, individuals consider this to be dangerous and stupid. On the contrary what is one to do when nuclear…

Why Did James II lose his throne in 1688

James II lost his throne in 1688. He did try to fight for it in 1689, but was defeated at the Battle of Boyne due to lack of support and outnumberment. Why did James II lose his throne – why did nobody support him? The aim of this essay is to find out the reasons…

Why did Chamberlain sign the Munich Agreement on September 30th 1938

In 1938 most British politicians and the public still believed in a policy of appeasement to avoid war with Germany. There was still also a strong pacifist feeling and many people did not want a repeat of the First World War, as they had lost many close relatives. The Oxford Union debate in 1935; showed…

Generals win battles, resources win wars

From my study of Land warfare from 1792 through to 1919, it can be judged, with fair certainty that the hypothesis, ‘Generals win battles, resources win wars’, is correct. However it needs deeper study to precisely define ‘how far’ this hypothesis is accurate; do Generals by the end of ‘the Great War’ have any influence…

Religious rather than political issues were the cause of the first revolt of the Netherlands

The First Revolt of the Netherlands came in 1565, when the ruler Phillip II returned to Spain and left his sister Margaret regent in his absence. The rebellion became a popular one when a group of lesser nobles took a petition to the regent demanding concessions on the heresy laws which they deemed too harsh….

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