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📒The Secret Us Plan To Overthrow The British Empire ✍ Graham M Simons
✏The Secret US Plan to Overthrow the British Empire Book Summary : After the Great War, there was much debate in the USA whether the country should isolate itself from ‘old world’ conflicts or follow an imperialist path and become the world’s only superpower. If the USA was to become a superpower, then conflict with Great Britain might result. Consequently, the US drew up War Plan Red. This was a scheme for the USA to invade Canada and the Caribbean which would draw the Royal Navy into North American waters where it would be destroyed. Without the Royal Navy, the rest of the British Empire would be vulnerable to American attacks. It became clear, however, as the decade wore on, that the Imperialists were not going to gain a clear-cut victory, so other means of achieving their aims would be needed. In 1939 the American military establishment created an intelligence-gathering machine within their Embassy in London under the Ambassadorship of Joseph Patrick Kennedy. Then in spring 1941, a small group of US Army officers traveled to Britain to plan for Anglo-American cooperation should the United States became involved in the Second World War. This was the US Army Special Observer Group, or SPOBS as it was commonly known. It is questionable whether the Military Attachés and SPOBS activities were ‘spying’, for they were operating – at least in the early days – with the full permission and knowledge of the British Government. Their intelligence-gathering activities spread out as far as the Middle East, Africa, South America, Russia and Asia – far beyond the terms of the original brief. It did not cease with the outbreak of peace – the advent of the Cold War between East and West brought forth a whole new range of subterfuge and behind-the-scenes activities by the CIA. So, were the Americans allies or spies? Certainly, the SPOBS bled Great Britain white of data and information, sending it all back to the War Department in Washington under the guise of helping. It was also a blueprint that America used in one form or another to ‘encourage’ regime change around the world through the seventy years or so after the Second World War and which continues to this day.
✏The Overthrow of the Protestants Pulpit babels Convincing Their Preachers of Lying Rayling to Make the Church of Rome Seeme Mysticall Babell Book Summary :
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📒The Overthrow Of Colonial Slavery 1776 1848 ✍ Robin Blackburn
✏The Overthrow of Colonial Slavery 1776 1848 Book Summary : `An incisive synthesis of developments in North America, the Caribbean and Latin America. Blackburn's book is bold and original.' Richard Dunn, Times Literary Supplement --
📒The Overthrow Of The Germanic Confederation By Prussia In 1866 ✍ Alexander Malet
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📒A History Of Harrow School 1324 1991 ✍ Christopher Tyerman
✏A History of Harrow School 1324 1991 Book Summary : Harrow School rose from being one of scores of local grammar schools founded in the sixteenth and seventeenth centuries to become the second most famous school in the English-speaking world. Still shorthand for social exclusivity, its development supplies insights into British educational,cultural, and political history, as well as providing evidence for the study of public schools in general, one of Britain's most idiosyncratic yet successful social inventions.Avoiding polemic or apologia, this new history of Harrow, the first for over half a century, and the first to be based on unfettered access to the school and governors' archives, investigates the school's governors, masters, pupils, finances, social position, and curriculum, within the context ofshifting political, cultural, and educational circumstances. It is a contribution to the social history of Britain as well as a critical study of a famous school. Unusually for school histories, this book, supported by a full academic apparatus of source references, frankly confronts the school'sfailings as well as its successes; its financial, educational, and sexual scandals as openly as its well-publicized eminence as the school of Byron, Churchill (and six other British prime ministers), and Nehru.
📒The Bagford Ballads ✍ Joseph Woodfall Ebsworth
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📒Annals Of English Drama 975 1700 ✍ Alfred Harbage
✏Annals of English Drama 975 1700 Book Summary : 'The Annals of English Drama, 975-1700' is an analytical record of all plays, extant or lost, from this time period. It takes into account the large amount of material that has subsequently appeared since the original Alfred Harbage publication. Containing nearly one thousand entries, clarifications, corrections and deletions.
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